Next week, Chapman University will host an information session on the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT).  The BAT test score database is searched daily by over 20,000 employers who are seeking strong candidates to fill business and finance positions.

Financial firms hire math, engineering, and computer science majors to build the complex financial models and algorithms that are integral to their operations.  Employers are looking to fill summer internships and full time entry-level positions.

The BAT is comprised of 8 sections that test both finance aptitude, as well as general aptitude & career skills. Each section’s score is displayed separately. Often, firms will sort scores based on the skill set they’re looking for.  The BAT is a free test that can be taken online or in a traditional testing environment.

Learn more about the BAT at the information session next week:
Date: Wednesday, September 18
The Janes Financial Center
**Please RSVP if you plan to attend this info session**

Looking to take the test? Register for the BAT to choose a session that works with your schedule.  The next test session will take place Sunday, September 29, 1:00PM – 3:00PM (only 30 seats available).

For more information, feel free to check out the BAT website or contact Brenner Spear, Bloomberg Campus Ambassador, at