Measure speed and accuracy of checking at a basic level: for each item, a string of numbers (or letters) is presented and exactly the same string must be chosen from a number of alternatives. Principally for use with clerical staff whose job includes routine checking.
Designed to assess speed and accuracy in checking detailed information.
Measures the ability to recognise shapes in two dimensions. The choices are often rotated relative to the given pattern, but ever mirrored. The ability measured by the test is essential in numerous jobs including mechanical jobs and design.
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 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.
Assesses the ability to identify faults in logical systems. No specialised knowledge is required. The test requires an individual to locate which element in an arrangement of coded symbols is not working as specified. FT7.1. is recommended for both technicians and engineers.
Measures spatial perception and the ability to make accurate visual comparisons. It is particularly suitable for craft and operator level jobs involving basic design and assembly work.
Assesses the ability to follow a sequence of interdependent symbols arranged in a logical order. This ability to apply checks and follow sequences is likely to be relevant in tracking process control systems, debugging software and in systems design.
Assesses the understandig of basic mechanical principles and their application to such devices as pulleys and gears and simple structures.
Assesses the ability to identify faults in logical systems. The test requires the candidate to locate what element in an arrangement of colour coded symbols is not functioning. No specialist knowledge, but visual and reasoning ability are required. The test is appropriate in many applications including operating machinery, when quick fault finding is necessary.