Will he "catch on" quickly? Will she be able to "figure things out?" As an employer, you should know these things before you make a job offer to a candidate.
Our cognitive ability assessments measure such things as how well an individual reasons, solves problems, learns quickly, thinks abstractly and grasps the nature of complex problems. We have a set of standardized tests & benchmarks that evaluate a candidate's key cognitive abilities and hence give an overview about his or her trainability & job performance.
High scores in AMCAT Logical Reasoning and AMCAT Quantitative Ability have a strong correlation with a candidate's success in learning and training in technical areas.
Our cognitive assessments further comprise of the following modules:
The Logical Ability module assesses the capacity of an individual to interpret things objectively, to be able to understand trends, to make generalizations and be able to analyze assumptions behind a statement. These abilities are primary determiners of success for any candidate in any industry.
The information gathering and synthesis module measures an individual's ability to collate, comprehend and evaluate information coming from single or multiple source(s) and make objective inferences. It is an important tool to assess whether a candidate is capable of locating information, classifying data, interpreting graphs, tables etc and make logical deductions.
The quantitative skills module evaluates the numerical ability of an individual in a technical and non-technical manner.
While the non-technical assessment covers the basic understanding of numbers, application in real world problems and word problems based on scenario, the technical one adds on analytical and engineering maths ranging from permutation, combination, probability, logarithms, etc.
The non-technical quantitative ability shows strong correlation to performance in jobs involving basic use of numbers such as accounting and finance. The technical quantitative ability test correlates strongly to roles involving analytics, trainability in computer programming and IT and trainability for engineering and technical roles.
The critical reasoning module assesses an individual's ability to think through and analyze logical arguments. It adjudges how an individual responds to information coming from multiple sources and his ability to use logical constructs to offer reasoning in situations which may not be familiar to him or her. It is a very important tool to assess a candidate's performance at work.
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