Numerical information is presented in a tabular format and candidates are required to use this information to answer short multiple choice questions.
Candidates are given 20 minutes to answer 20 questions meaning they must work quickly but carefully under considerable time pressure. Candidates are allowed and are encouraged to use a calculator as well as rough paper for workings.
Verbal reasoning tests assess a candidates’s ability to read and interpret written information.
Candidates are required to read the passages carefully and base answers solely on information provided in the passage. Whilst a candidate may not agree with the information provided, answers must be based solely on information provided.
Our logical reasoning tests have been designed to assess how well a candidate is able to analyse a variety of logical information and use this information to establish missing concepts within a pattern or sequence.
Conceptual problem solving and the ability to rapidly identify patterns and trends are valuable workplace skills.
Situational Judgement tests assess how a candidate approaches various scenarios in the workplace.
Candidates are presented with a written description of a scenario and asked to select the most likely and least likely responses from a multiple choice list. They reveal a candidate’s potential across a number of key competencies.
There are 9 main roles that form the basis of team success.
One of the key researchers within the area of Team Styles was Dr Meredith Belbin. Having studied teams for a long time, one of his conclusions was that people tend to fall into “team roles” and he deduced that there were 9 main roles that form the basis of team success.