Procter & Gamble is the world’s largest consumer goods company, with over 100,000 employees worldwide. In order to screen the best applicants, P&G uses a proprietary cognitive and personality test to ensure that the best candidate gets the right position.

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The Procter & Gamble Online Assessment is administered before you can proceed to any kind of interview. The psychometric test element of the application process is divided into three components:

- Numerical Reasoning
- Logical Reasoning
- Situational Judgement (P&G PEAK Performance Assessment)

Each of these components is equal in importance, so to secure your success in the first stage of the application process you need to prepare thoroughly in all areas. Prepterminal’s tailored P&G Online Assessment Preparation Course has been composed to thoroughly prepare you for the ins & outs of this challenging test.

The numerical component of the P&G Reasoning Test is focused on the applicant’s numerical ability. While you shouldn’t expect to be asked questions on advanced calculus, the challenge in this test is based on the time restraints. As with a vast majority of cognitive ability tests, difficulty is derived from placing the candidate under a great deal of time pressure, to assess their ability to carry out functional mathematics in a time-efficient manner.

The guides contained within this course have been formulated to direct readers to the most efficient route to successfully solving these questions, with a full strategy & breakdown on how to approach each type of numerical question individually.

Logical Reasoning, sometimes referred to as ‘Abstract Reasoning’, assesses the candidate’s ability to interpret both verbal and non-verbal information to reach conclusions based on the information presented. This often involves concepts such as analogies, determining the truth of given statements based on given premises, and finding the next item in a given sequence. This test is administered as a way of assessing a candidate’s ability to handle new information which has not necessarily been pre-learned. Fortunately, this course is full of modules which can teach you the way to think when handling this type of new information, so that you can handle any logical question type which is thrown at you with a little self-application.

The P&G Peak Performance Assessment is the flagship personality assessment administered by Procter & Gamble. This is a workplace situational judgement test, which is intended to accurately measure the applicant’s fit for the job with regards to personality and attitude in given workplace situations.

Questions in this assessment present a hypothetical situation, with four response options to indicate how you are most likely to react. For example:

**When someone makes a mistake, you are more likely to:**

- Lecture them so that they won’t do it again.
- Let it slide.
- Remember who did it so you can be wary of them.
- Point out what they did wrong so that they may learn from it.

While the ideal answer may seem obvious, it is common for the ideal answer to vary based on job role, and the people assessing your answers are actively looking for this. Prepterminal’s PEAK Performance Assessment guide explores these issues and explains exactly what you need to know going into the test.

While you may find a scattering of resources online, you will be best-equipped for this challenging exam with our structured curriculum.

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**A movable pulley is a simple machine which halves the force necessary to lift a load, while a fixed pulley can only change the direction of force. It cannot change the magnitude of force. In this regard, calculate the mechanical advantage of the system shown in the figure below.**CorrectIncorrect - Question 2 of 50
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**A football player kicks a football at a velocity of 50.0 m/s, making an angle of 37º with the horizontal. What is the time of flight of the ball? Take the value of g = 9.81 m/s2. Write everything you calculate at 3 s.f.****(sin 37º =0,6 cos37º =0.8)**

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**A 12N force is required to turn a screw of body diameter equal to 6mm and 1mm pitch. Calculate the driving force acting on the screw. Write the answer at 3 s.f.**CorrectIncorrect - Question 8 of 50
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Hi, and welcome to Prepterminal’s guide to the P&G Online Assessment.

As an introduction, we would like to first thank you for choosing us as your guide to the P&G Test, also known as the P&G Online Assessments.

We at Prepterminal know that every individual can pass the P&G test if given the luxury of time so that they can double check their answers to make sure that they are choosing the correct choice.

However, as the test goes on and as the clock ticks away, test takers are bound to panic, make hasty decisions, and accidentally choose the wrong answer just so that they can save time and be able to finish the rest of the test.

And that’s why we’re here for you.

In the following modules, we will take an in-depth look at all of the subjects contained in the P&G Assessments, including the P&G PEAK Performance Assessment, and help you tackle them with ease.

Specifically, we will walk you through the three components of the P&G Assessments, namely:

Once you’ve passed the P&G Assessments, you will then be invited by the company for a number of competency-based interviews with the first usually done by phone while the second one will have you go to one of their offices for a final interview.

From here, we highly recommend that you take this course from start to finish as laid out in the modules to fully prepare for the test.

We will start out with Module 1: “1/2/3/4 Operations” then continue on to tackle the rest and the PEAK Performance Assessment module at the end.

All of our guides will contain explanations and in-depth strategies in order for you to solve/answer these questions as quickly and efficiently as possible without compromising your test score.

This course has been structured to provide in-depth guidance on each topic, and follows up with question sets to be answered in a live testing environment. Once you have completed each respective guide, it is recommended that you move on to the relevant practice test to apply the information you have picked up.

By proceeding through the guides and applying your knowledge in the live practice tests, you are making the most effective possible use of this course.

To get started, begin with Module 1 and proceed as per the course curriculum.

Once again, thank you for choosing to study with Prepterminal and we hope that this course will help you in acing the P&G Online Assessments! Good Luck!

**Introduction**

1-2-3-4 operations questions check your ability to do basic calculations quickly. In this test, it is important to note that on numerical tests a calculator is almost always allowed; after all, these tests are intended to measure your numerical ability in a work setting, where calculators are certainly not prohibited. In order to fully prepare you for any situation, we will look at how to solve questions in this

**When using a calculator, make sure that you are completely familiar with the one that you are going to use. This is absolutely essential and cannot be stressed enough.**

Before we begin, it is important to recall the basic operations of arithmetic, which are addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

**Order of Operations**

When using a calculator, you do not have to worry about the order of mathematical operations, as the calculator automatically does these. When calculators are not permitted, you must know the correct order of mathematical operations. In Canada and the USA, the abbreviation PEMDAS help people remember this order. PEMDAS represents Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction. Parentheses are brackets.

The questions will involve 1, 2 , 3 or 4 arithmetical operations, sometimes in word form. The approach needed usually involves the reversal of PEMDAS. This will be explained as we proceed.

Let’s take a look at an example where this is not of great importance:

**One Operation Questions.**

**Question:** ? × 7 = 798

A 104

B 112

C 109

D 114

E 125

**How to answer with a calculator**

The operation in this problem is multiplication. The inverse operation of multiplication is division. All we need to do here is to apply inverse operations on both sides of the equation, in order to obtain the answer. Divide by 7:

798÷ 7 = 114

Hence, the answer is D.

**How to answer without a calculator**When answering manually, knowledge of times tables is vital.

Here is the basic times table. Make sure you know it thoroughly.

Always look at one’s digit [ in this case 8 of 798].

The only numbers, which multiply with 7 to give a number ending in 1 must end with 4, so the only possibilities are A or D. A is too small [easy to multiply], so the answer is D.

**Question:** ? × 38 = 760

A 23

B 16

C 17

D 18

E 20

**How to answer with a calculator**

All we need to do here is to apply inverse operations on both sides of the equation, in order to get the answer:

? = 760 ÷ 38 = 20

Hence, the answer is E.

**How to answer without a calculator**

Always look at ones digit [in this case 2 of 722].

The only numbers, which multiply with 8 [of 38] to give a number, which ends in 0 end with 5 or 0. No choice ends in 5, so the answer is E.

**Question:** What is ?, if ? ÷ 157=14 :

A 2190

B 2197

C 2873

D 2196

E 2198

**How to answer with a calculator**

All we need to do here is to apply inverse operations on both sides of the equation, in order to get the answer. The inverse operation of ÷ is × :

? = 14 ×157 = 2198. The answer is E.

**How to answer without a calculator**

We must still multiply 14 ×157.

Always look at ones digits [ in this case 4 × 7 = 28].

We must get a number finishing with 8. This immediately rules out A, B, C and D. The only possible choice is E.

**Question:** A straight hedge is 1644 feet long and a bike is 6 feet long. How many bikes could be parked, end-to-end, along the hedge?

Options:

**How to answer with a calculator**

This is a word problem.

The number of bikes × 6 = 1644. Using inverse operations, the number of bikes = 1644 ÷ 6 = 274. The correct answer is D.

**How to answer without a calculator**

Always look at ones digit [ in this case 4 of 1554].

The only numbers, which multiply with 6 to give a number, which ends in 4, end with 4 or 9. Only possible choices are A, B or D. It cannot be A as 119 × 6 < 120 × 6 = 720. It cannot be B as 904×6 > 900 × 6 = 5400, so the answer is D.

**Sometimes there are two operations.**

(5) ? ÷ 24 × 6 = 96

A 539

B 358

C 386

D 307

E 384

**How to answer with a calculator**

All we need to do here is to apply inverse operations to get the answer:

? = 96 ÷ 6 × 24= 424

Hence, the answer is E.

**How to answer without a calculator**

First, mentally divide 96 by 6 to get 16.

Then 104 ÷ 4 × 24= 16 × 24.

Always look at ones digits [ in this case 6 × 4 = 24].

We must get a number finishing with 4. This immediately rules out A, B,C and D. The only possible choice is E.

**Question:** What is ?, if 215 ÷ 5 − ? = 23

A 21

B 23

C 17

D 20

E 16

This is a simple problem and an interesting one.

There are a number of equally valid ways of solving it.

Here is one, which is more formal than the other that is given here.

The subtraction on the left side of = is equivalent to addition on the right side of the =.

Therefore, 215÷5 = 23 + ? and ? = 215÷5 - 23.

**How to answer with a calculator**

Just put that calculation into your calculator and get 20. The choice is D.

**How to answer without a calculator**

For this question, mentally divide 215 by 5 to get 43.

Then 43 - 23= 20.The choice is D.

**Question:** 19 people each had the same number of books. Their children had 150 books. The combination of the children’s books and those of their parents was 378 books. How many books did each parent have ?

**How to answer with a calculator**

This is a word problem. Let ? be the number of books each parent had.

? × 19 + 150 = 378. Using inverse operations, ? = the number of books = (378 – 150) ÷ 6 = 19. The answer is A.

**How to answer without a calculator**

Always look at one’s digit [in this case 0 of 150 and 8 of 378]. The first inverse operation is 378 – 150. The ones digits give 8 – 0 = 8.

The only numbers, which multiply with 9 to give a number, which ends in 8 end with 2. Only possible answer is A.

**Some problems have three operations.**

**Question:** What is?, if 100 × ? ÷125 × 7= 336

(a) 60

(b) 66

(c) 50

(d) 44

(e) 59

**How to answer with a calculator**

Just use inverse operations, as we are only dealing with × and ÷, which have no priority over each other.

?= 336 ÷ 7 × 125 ÷ 100 = 60. The choice is A.

**How to answer without a calculator**

If you only have a fixed time of a few seconds between questions you would have to be very good at mental arithmetic to do this.

There are all sorts of strategies with this sort of problem. In this case, you could divide 336 by 7 and get 48 and you might notice that both 125 and 100 can be divided by 25 so 125 ÷ 100 = 5 ÷ 4. After these, ? = 48 × 5 ÷ 4 = 60. The choice is A.

For these questions, a good amount of practice is extremely helpful as part of your preparation for this exam.

**Question:** What is?, if 100 + ? - 125 + 87= 336

A 64

B 366

C 250

D 274

E 359

**How to answer with a calculator**

Just use inverse operations, as we are only dealing with + and -, which have no priority over each other.

? = 336 - 87 + 125 - 100 = 274. The choice is D.

**How to answer without a calculator**

If you only have a fixed time of a few seconds between questions you would have to be very good at mental arithmetic to do this.

Despite this, as the calculation only involves + and - you can probably succeed.

If 100 + ? - 125 + 87= 336 then ? - 25 + 87= 336 and ? + 62= 336 hence ? = 336 - 62 = 330 + 6 - 60 - 2 = 270 + 4 = 274.

**Finally, 4 operations.**

This type of question can be quite a bit more complicated to approach, and is usually only possible to solve quickly with the aid of a calculator. If you are unable to use a calculator and are facing this kind of question, it is recommended to skip it in favor of easier questions in the test. This manner of question without the aid of a calculator is often a major **time trap**, and should be approached with caution.

**Question:** What is ?, if 936 ÷ ? ÷3 × 693 ÷ 77 = 27

A 108

B 105

C 100

D 101

E 104

**How to answer with a calculator**

936 ÷ ? ÷3 × 693 ÷ 77 = 27 is equivalent to

936 ÷ 3 × 693 ÷ 77 = 27× ?

So, ? = 936 ÷3×693÷77÷ 27 = 104. The answer is E.

**How to answer without a calculator**

? = 936 ÷3×693÷77÷ 27.

Try and simplify:

(i) 3 divides into 936

(ii) 11 divides into 693 and 77

Using these, we get ? = 312 × 63÷7÷ 27

(i) 3 divides into 312 and 27

(ii) 7 divides into 63

Using these, we get ? = 104 × 9÷ 9 = 104. The answer is E.

**Summary**

As we have explored, one/two/three/four operation questions may seem simple on the surface, but require a bit of critical thinking to solve in a time-efficient and accurate manner. As long as you remember your times tables and the appropriate application of it along with the methodology discussed in this guide, you have nothing to fear when approaching your numerical test.

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