Bank teller assessment tests cover an applicant's ability to communicate with appropriate language, basic math skills, level of attention to detail and personality traits. The assessment helps the bank to determine if an applicant's skills match the bank's needs.
Each bank conducts its assessments differently, and each one has different questions. Because tellers have the most contact with a bank's customer, the hiring manager ensures that people with the right set of skills get hired. This means that the hiring manager looks at all areas of the test to determine the best possible fit. A person who is excellent at math, but terrible with people will likely lose the job to a person who is mediocre at math, but works well with others.