Verify Interactive Deductive Reasoning assessment is designed to measure the ability to draw logical conclusions based on information provided and complete scenarios using incomplete information. It provides an indication of how an individual will perform when asked to develop solutions when presented with information and draw sound conclusions from data. This form of reasoning is commonly required to support work and decision-making in many different types of jobs at many levels.
This kind of test measures, how precise and correct the candidate is in concluding from texts. The given paragraphs are from the area of managerial work.
This kind of test measures, how precise and correct the candidate is in concluding from texts. The given paragraphs are from the area of customer service work.
This kind of test measures, how precise and correct the candidate is in concluding from texts. The given paragraphs are from the area of operational work.
The test is a companion to the Raven’s Matrices which measure nonverbal intelligence. It contains words that an intelligent person would probably “know” yet would not be necessarily aware of their meaning. The candidate has to choose the synonym of the words from a list of alternatives.
This test measures the ability to understand the meaning of words, logic within sentences and the use of grammar. Items consist of sentences with two or three words omitted. The candidate’s task is to choose the combination of words which best completes the sentence. The test also measures the understanding of complicated written text.
The Verbal Analysis test consists of a series of verbal passages, and assesses verbal analytic ability. In order to answer the questions one has to be able to understand and interpret high level written information such as complex written reports, policy documents, and complicated texts in general.
Measures the ability to evaluate the logic of various kinds of arguments by asking the candidates to interpret written texts. Both the type of tasks and the materials used are related to business-contexts and leadership roles. After reading passages, the task is to decide whether a statement made in relation to the given information is true or untrue, or whether there is insufficient information to judge.
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.
Measures the ability to follow written instructions. The topics covered are relevant to a technical environment and draw on the kind of material often associated with equipment manuals or operating instructions. No prior knowledge of technical word is assumed.
Measures vocabulary and basic verbal skills using language which reflects the requirements of technical occupations. Tasks include sentence completion, analogies, finding synonyms, and finding acronyms.
Measures the ability to understand written passages containing the type of material likely to be found in a typical technical setting, such as machine manuals and operating instructions. Relevant up to good GCSE level.
Measures vocabulary, spelling and the grammatical skills essential in the drafting and processing of basic work correspondence.
Measures the ability to interpret and understand written information.
The candidate has to read texts, the content of which is based on written material relevant for customer service jobs, and decide whether certain statements are true, false, or whether there is insufficient information in the passage to say. Measures the ability to understand straightforward written texts and to highlight the most important information in order to arrive at reasoned conclusions.
Measures the ability to understand and evaluate the logic of various written passages. More demanding than VCC1, it includes a variety of topics relevant to positions within sales and customer service.
Measures the ability to follow and apply instructions in practical and work-related situations. The content resembles those typically found in many technical, production or manufacturing environments.