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In most cases, a candidate is assessed using multiple categories of different IQ tests. There are many different sorts of IQ tests. Some IQ tests measure a candidate’s general intelligence, and some tests measure specific capabilities. All IQ tests can be divided into four main groups: verbal, numerical, logical, and simulation tests.
Verbal tests measure your verbal capacities in several different ways. These IQ tests can assess your vocabulary, your grammatical knowledge, your verbal comprehension, and your critical reasoning. These skills are important in functions where you need to process and analyze verbal information fast and efficiently.
Numerical tests measure your ability to reason with numbers and statistical information. Employers often use these IQ tests to check if the candidate has a good enough grasp of mathematics and numerical ability required for the job. These sorts of tests can include, number sequences, mental arithmetic tests, word problems, or numerical reasoning tests.
Logical tests use pictures and figures to assess the spatial and logical reasoning skills of a candidate. The tests are designed to measure your ability to reason with abstract information. These IQ tests are completely non-verbal to measure problem-solving skills and strategical thinking.
In simulation tests, certain situations that can occur during the specific job are simulated to assess how the candidate reacts and solves these situations. A candidate needs to choose the most effective strategy based on the information he is given. The cases presented in these tests are often related to the function the candidate is applying for.
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