Many organisations with more than 100 employees rely on assessment tests (such as aptitude and psychology tests) for external hiring. Ace these tests by knowing what kind of questions you might be asked and practicing before your next interview.
Harvard Business Review notes that assessment tests are used by employers to not only verify you have the skills you claim to have, but also to evaluate things like your emotional intelligence and work ethic. Here are a few example questions:
HBR recommends using practice books for the GRE to sharpen your reasoning skills, as well as online psychology and situational judgement tests to cover the other traits employers measure.
You can also ask the recruiter or anyone you know who has interviewed with the company for the types of test used by the company you're applying at.
Since many of these assessments are used for middle management and senior roles, improving your test taking skills in these areas could be an investment in your career.
HBR offers more assessment advice in the article below.
Ace the Assessment [Harvard Business Review]