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Special Ability Tests

Syntax Checking Test (CIT4)

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Similarly to CIT3, this test also measures speed and accuracy in the checking of strings of letters and numbers, but in this case the candidate has to decide whether a line from a computer programme complies with a set of rules. A highly relevant test for any jobs that include any form of coding, programming or software checking.

Spatial Reasoning Test (SIT7)

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Measures a candidate’s ability to visualize spatial relationships. Specifically, it measures the ability to visualize and manipulate shapes in three dimensions given a twodimensional drawing. The test discriminates at a high level and measures spatial ability relevant for engineers, designers, draughts people and IT staff working with graphics.

Verbal Reasoning Test (VIT1)

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Measures the ability to evaluate the logic of written information. The test samples a range of computer relevant material such as user manuals, technical manuals, computer text books and computer press articles. The task of the candidate is to decide for a list of statements if they are true or false in the light of the information contained in the passage. The test is not knowledge based but designed to measure whether the candidate has the ability to understand and interpret written material.

Diagrammatic Reasoning Test (DIT6)

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In this test candidates have to infer a set of rules from a flow-chart and apply these rules to new situations. This test is a high level measure of symbolic reasoning ability and is especially relevant in jobs that require the capacity to work through complex problems in a systematic and analytical manner, for example, in systems analysis and programme design.

Syntax Checking Test (CIT4)

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Similarly to CIT3, this test also measures speed and accuracy in the checking of strings of letters and numbers, but in this case the candidate has to decide whether a line from a computer programme complies with a set of rules. A highly relevant test for any jobs that include any form of coding, programming or software checking.

Spatial Reasoning Test (SIT7)

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Measures a candidate’s ability to visualize spatial relationships. Specifically, it measures the ability to visualize and manipulate shapes in three dimensions given a twodimensional drawing. The test discriminates at a high level and measures spatial ability relevant for engineers, designers, draughts people and IT staff working with graphics.

Verbal Reasoning Test (VIT1)

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Measures the ability to evaluate the logic of written information. The test samples a range of computer relevant material such as user manuals, technical manuals, computer text books and computer press articles. The task of the candidate is to decide for a list of statements if they are true or false in the light of the information contained in the passage. The test is not knowledge based but designed to measure whether the candidate has the ability to understand and interpret written material.

Diagrammatic Reasoning Test (DIT6)

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In this test candidates have to infer a set of rules from a flow-chart and apply these rules to new situations. This test is a high level measure of symbolic reasoning ability and is especially relevant in jobs that require the capacity to work through complex problems in a systematic and analytical manner, for example, in systems analysis and programme design.

Mechanical Comprehension Test (MT4.2)

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Measures the understanding of basic mechanical principles and their applications to a number of devices, including pulleys, gears and levers. A core skill relevant in many technical jobs. The problems are presented to the candidates as three-dimensional drawings, hence the test measures knowledge of physics to a lesser degree than similar tests.

This test is another parallel version of the Mechanical Comprehension Test (MT4.1) of equal difficulty.

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