Sig - the problem solving assessment

The SIG Problem Solving Assessment

Are you preparing for the SIG Problem Solving Assessment? We’ve got everything you need.

As one of the largest proprietary trading firms in the world, SIG trades their own capital at own risk. They are experts in trading essentially all listed financial products and asset classes, with a focus on derivatives, and handle millions of transactions on exchanges around the world every day.

In order to be able to trade all these products, SIG is constantly hiring to grow and to improve their teams. Their hiring focus is on both graduates and experienced hires. If you applied for a trading role or a quant (researcher) role, you need to complete the SIG Problem Solving Assessment.

What to Expect from the The SIG Problem Solving Assessment

This online assessment combines puzzles and probability questions. Our practice test closely mimics what you can expect from the real test:

  • Realistic Simulation
    Experience the pressure and environment of the actual β€œThe SIG Problem Solving Assessment”.
  • Relevant Question Bank
    Tackle the types of probability questions and puzzles that closely match the types of questions that you can expect during the real test.
  • Review Questions
    At the end of each test, you have the opportunity to review all the questions and check their explanations.
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Our tool isn’t just about answering questions; it’s about understanding the logic and strategies needed to solve complex probability problems efficiently. Here are some tips to make the most of your practice sessions:

  • Take Regular Practice Tests
    Regular practice helps in building speed and accuracy.
  • Focus on Time Management
    Keep an eye on the timer and pace yourself to answer effectively within the given time limit.
  • Review and Analyze
    After each session, review your answers, especially the ones you got wrong, to understand your areas of improvement. Don’t try to remember answers, try to really understand the worked out solutions. If you do, you would be able to apply your skills on new questions, or the same questions with different numbers.
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Ready to start practicing? Have a look at our Company Preparations Course!