BLUF: I've been invited, along with a job interview, to an "aptitude test" (dictionary translation). For lack of any further information: How to prepare?
I've recently applied for what seems to be a pretty interesting, challenging position: project management at the crossroads of government and business, introducing very innovative, cutting-edge technology into a very established, inflexible business ecosystem. That'll sure provide something for me to chew on over a couple years or so.
Along with the expected invitation to a job interview came the invite to an "aptitute test" (in writing, 60 minutes). No further information was given. I should do fine, after all, I've just recently completed distance-learning college with a lot of tests and exams. But now I struggle with my preparation, simply because I have no idea what to expect. I fear I might be caught off-guard.
How would you suggest I prepare myself?