WHAT: The All Aptitude Tests Package offers an optimal preparation for the full range of different tests that employers normally use during their application process.
WHY: These tests help to give the employing organization a better evaluation of the candidate’s suitability for the job that they’re applying for.
HOW: It contains all the Numerical, Verbal, Logical and Simulation Tests you need to pass your assessment.
WHAT: The Predictive Index Learning Indicator (PI LI) is a 12-minute test comprised of 50 questions.
WHY: The purpose of the PI LI assessment is to measure your cognitive ability or your capacity to learn and adapt in the workplace.
HOW: The most important thing about the PI LI test is not the difficulty - it’s time. You have 14.4 seconds per question, so the essence to passing it is practice.
WHAT: A Raven’s Progressive Matrices Test is a test designed to measure your non-verbal, abstract and cognitive functioning.
WHY: Measures spatial, abstract and cognitive reasoning ability, as well as problem-solving skills.
HOW: A candidate is presented with a matrix of 3x3 geometric designs, with one piece missing. The candidates' job is to choose the right diagram, that completes a pattern in the matrix that you have to figure out.
The term assessment refers to the process of documenting, usually in measurable terms, knowledge, skill, attitudes, and beliefs. Career assessments are tools that are designed to measure how a variety of potential attributes, such as interests, preferences, values, motivations, aptitudes, and skills, impact a person's potential success and satisfaction with different career options and work environments. An assessment can consist of aptitude tests, behavioral tests, or assessment centers and is usually part of a pre-employment test.
There are multiple terms used in the market for the process of screening and testing people. Terms commonly used are a pre-employment test, assessment exam, pre-hiring test, job applicant test, or aptitude tests. Their meaning is more or less the same and are all concerned with testing people for a specific goal which is in most cases a potential job.
Assessments can take place at the employer’s offices, or in a private assessment center and are used to measure an applicant’s true capabilities and characteristics. By helping companies identify the candidates that will most likely perform well on the job, these tests can lead to additional business benefits. Almost all assessments need to be completed within a specific time range. Once you start your assessment you have limited time to answer all the questions. This is why it is very important to practice the specific assessment components to pass your assessment successfully within the given time range.
The most common elements include intelligence tests, personality questionnaires, interviews, practical assignments, role-plays, and simulation exercises. Intelligence tests and interviews are mostly used during assessments.