Ithaca College, ensuring the best education and job opportunities to its students, has partnered with Bloomberg to offer the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) FREE of charge on campus this semester!
The BAT is a two hour, online exam that anonymously evaluates your ability to apply knowledge to solve practical problems and to market yourself to the best financial companies around the world. Taking this opportunity now will enable you to identify your professional strengths and weakness compared to your global peers.
Location - Williams 319 & 320
November 9 at 10AM (319)
November 9 at 1PM (319)
Can't take the BAT on these scheduled dates?
Take the BAT from home if you have a computer with a web cam for free!
As an added benefit, we are providing all BAT test-takers who complete the test a complimentary six month subscription to Bloomberg Briefs, Bloomberg's premium newsletter offering (valued at $2,000 to the thousands of hedge fund managers, portfolio managers and banker subscribers). In order for you to take advantage of this great benefit, be sure to take the BAT this fall. Briefs will help you, as a student, to sound smarter in interviews. With the heavy recruiting season upon us, the sooner you take advantage of this, the better!
The pack includes the daily Economics Brief and Mergers brief and the weekly Private Equity and Hedge Fund Briefs. We hope that it helps you with your job search and first round interviews.
Connect with Alumni
In addition, we will be messaging all Ithaca Alumni that are Bloomberg users notifying them of your university's recent session and the anonymous profiles now available in the database. This will put your candidacy directly in front of key decision makers at elite firms in the finance world during this crucial time in recruiting season.
• BAT Sample Questions
Please contact Brittany Valente at email@example.com or Jackie Branco at firstname.lastname@example.org
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Brittany Valente at email@example.com . We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.