Recruitment Quizzes & Trivia

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What better way to test your knowledge of the ins and outs of recruitment than awesome recruitment quizzes? Test yourself and share these recruitment quizzes with your friends and peers. Enhance your knowledge about recruitment and learn something completely new by answering these insightful quiz questions. You can even get insights into creating awesome quizzes of your own with these recruitment quizzes.

Each and every recruitment quiz here has well-researched and interesting quiz questions that test your grasp of the subject. You can easily learn something new about recruitment with every question you attempt.

All the women of Delta Gamma need to complete this quiz with 100% accuracy by May 16th at 11:59 PM if you are planning on recruiting during Fall 2014. You have 32 attempts each so this should be plenty to take it until you get...

Questions: 13  |  Attempts: 920   |  Last updated: May 17, 2014
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    A potential new member is defined as anyone registered as a full time student at Chapman University and has the potential for registering for recruitment.


Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 775   |  Last updated: Mar 4, 2013
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    When is the best time to highlight the benefits of a guest booking a show?

6 easier (2-4 points) questions. It's recommended that you start with this quiz first.

Questions: 6  |  Attempts: 423   |  Last updated: Apr 11, 2013
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    Given that n is an integer, is ┃n┃× n < 2n?     (1) n < 0.     (2) n = –6

This quiz is to help you familiarize yourself with the Recruitment policy and processes as discussed during the weekly calls.  Please take a few minutes to answer the following questions.  Should you have any questions...

Questions: 16  |  Attempts: 315   |  Last updated: Dec 13, 2017
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    Before opening a vacancy request, what things should you consider? (Check all that apply)

Test I. You are not allowed to use calculator, dictionary or any other kind of aid. However, you may use a pencil and some scrap paper.Test II.The test is designed to assess your spelling...

Questions: 62  |  Attempts: 205   |  Last updated: Dec 14, 2012
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    2. Find the missing number: G3H4I2L1T5 (LIGHT), A3E2H1V4Y5 (HEAVY), E2G ? H5I3T6W1 (WEIGHT)

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Recruitment Questions & Answers

Which of these cannot be the largest shape? I have different shapes. The triangle is smaller than the rectangle. The rectangle is larger than the circle. The circle is smaller than the...
To solve this problem, I gave a particular name to all the shapes which are mentioned in the question. "T" for the triangle. "R" for the rectangle. "C" for the circle. "S" for the square. "O" for
What percentage of students in the Arts faculty, are non-US students? The pie charts below show the percentage of students at each faculty at York University and the number of non-US residents...
The answer to this is E. 11% in the Arts faculty are non-US students. You simply need to refer to the pie chart in order to know the details that you are looking for. You should also look at the numbers that are given. Over the past years, more and m
What things you should consider (before opening a vacancy request)?
(A) Is this position still in the blueprint? (B) Has the job description been updated? (C) Has the role changed which may require re-banding?
How many Asian students are studying science if six percent of science students are Asians? The pie charts below show the percentage of students at each faculty at York University and the...
The answer to this is letter D. This is a question that can be answered better when you can see the charts. Charts are actually used in order to help people visualize the numbers that are being shown to them. Can you imagine if there are no charts th