In addition to Workable's many integrations with assessment software, Workable's native Assessments feature offers personality and cognitive tests that can be sent and reviewed through Workable.
The following types of assessment are available through this premium feature.
Verbal reasoning ability is essential in activities related to understanding instructions, reading and composing texts and interpreting written and oral information.
The verbal reasoning test measures the respondents’ ability to evaluate the logic of various kinds of arguments.
The test emphasizes more on understanding, processing and evaluating verbal information rather than language usage, in relation to the grammar and syntax.
People who score high in this test tend to have the ability to readily understand reports and documents, and reach the right conclusions.
Numerical reasoning ability is essential in activities related to money handling, interpreting and analysing numerical data, in order to make appropriate decisions.
The numerical reasoning test measures the respondents’ ability to reach to appropriate conclusions based on numerical data.
The test emphasizes more on understanding and evaluating data, in order to solve problems rather than calculations.
People who score high in this test tend to have the ability to understand numerical data and reach the right conclusions.
Abstract reasoning ability is essential in activities that require a logical or analytical way of thinking when the provided data is not a specific concept or information, such as a word or number.
The abstract reasoning test measures the respondents’ ability to identify the logical rules which regulate some series of abstract shapes.
People who score high in this test tend to have the ability to logically analyze and correlate multiple information that may be presented even in an abstract form.
Attention is essential in activities that require observation and acute working memory.
The Attention test measures the respondent's ability to store and manipulate temporary information while trying to carry-out complex cognitive tasks like basic reasoning and calculations.
People who score high in this test tend to have a higher attention span, can easily utilise their working memory and can effectively switch between different tasks.
The Personality test helps gauge how candidates react to challenges, how they work with others and by themselves, and how they solve problems. There are no "right" answers to personality questions. A trait that's beneficial for one job might not be critical in another. Or, a particular trait might be a better fit with other employees already on a team. Results delineate which personality traits a candidate exhibits more.