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Claims Manager Test
Test duration:
20
min
No. of questions:
10
Level of experience:
Entry/Mid/Expert

Claims Manager Test

iMocha’s claims manager test is the ideal pre-hire test for recruiters and hiring managers to assess candidates objectively. This claims manager aptitude test is useful for hiring Claims Manager and helps to reduce hiring time by 45%.

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Claims Manager Assessment Test

Insurance claims managers lead a team of claims handlers and ensure they deal with insurance claims efficiently. The claims manager will handle the more complicated insurance claims and deal with customer complaints and appeals. The Claims Manager must have excellent communication skills and work well under pressure.

They must also ensure that the payments are correct and by company regulations. They need to perform claim audits/reviews periodically. They ensure that all customers receive quality service. They need to monitor claim performance statistics to ensure customer retention. They regularly review claims status and create action plans using advanced problem-resolution skills.

They must follow up with any issues related to the insurance claims and direct such matters to appropriate parties when necessary to have them resolved by those individuals. In the case of litigation regarding insurance claims, it is the claims manager’s responsibility to discuss the matter with legal counsel and aid them in pursuing the litigation.

KEY SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • Analytical problem-solving skills - Quantitative Aptitude, Abstract Reasoning, Numerical Reasoning
  • Leadership Skills: Ability to Plan, Organize, Delegate, and Develop Corporate Human Resources  - Abstract Reasoning, Logical Reasoning
  • Effective Communication Skills: Ability to obtain information from others and deliver information to others orally and in written form - Verbal Ability and Verbal Reasoning
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office
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Test Summary

VERBAL ABILITY

Verbal ability is essential because grammar and vocabulary are prerequisites for good spoken and written English.

VERBAL REASONING

Reading comprehension indicates an ability to comprehend and reason with the concepts on a written page.

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

Quantitative ability will indicate analytical thinking and problem-solving ability.

LOGICAL REASONING 

Logical reasoning is assessed through  

  • Statement/Conclusion 
  • Cause /Effect and 
  • Statement/Fact questions 

These questions will indicate the quality of deductive and inductive reasoning, contributing to Critical thinking ability.

ABSTRACT REASONING 

Abstract reasoning indicates the ability to think, identify logical patterns, learn new skills and solve complex problems. It is an indicator of fluid intelligence and shows an ability to strategize.

NUMERICAL REASONING 

The numerical reasoning test measures the ability to interpret, analyze and draw logical conclusions based on numerical data presented in graphs and tables describing business-related situations. 

Test Details: 46 Questions 65 minutes 

  • Verbal ability -                  08 Questions 08 minutes
  • Verbal reasoning -           08 Questions 15 minutes
  • Quantitative Aptitude -     10 Questions 10 minutes
  • Logical reasoning -          10 Questions 16 minutes
  • Abstract reasoning -         10 Questions 16 minutes
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  • Claims Manager
Test Duration
20
min
No. of Questions
10
Level of Expertise
Entry/Mid/Expert
Topics Covered
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Insurance Claim

iMocha’s claim manager test helps recruiters and hiring managers evaluate candidates’ understanding regarding the policy of insurance to settle or reimburse losses covered under the insurance policy.

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Question type
MCQ
Topics covered
Combinatorics
Difficulty
Easy

Question:

Q 1. Twelve men participated in a race, and only the first four advanced to the next round. In how many options can the first four men be found?

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