Separate Ability Tests

Assess individual aspects of cognitive ability

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Sometimes, you want to focus on particular aspects of cognitive ability, rather than asking candidates to complete the full cognitive ability test.

 

It might be that you’re hiring someone who needs to work well with numbers, or have great spatial or abstract reasoning. And while the overall cognitive ability assessment is the best measure of overall job performance, you might want to home in on just one or two abilities.


What tests are available?


Revelian offers the following three separate ability tests:

  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Numerical Reasoning
  • Abstract Reasoning

If you’re looking for a mechanical reasoning test, check out Revelian’s skills tests.


Verbal Reasoning Test


This assessment is useful if you need someone with a high level of verbal ability.

 

This 10-minute timed assessment asks candidates to complete as many questions out of 35 as they can.

 

A person who achieves a high score for the verbal reasoning assessment is likely to:

  • Quickly grasp written concepts
  • Effectively solve problems using verbal information
  • Make sound logical decisions involving words and verbal information

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Verbal Reasoning Test

Example Verbal Reasoning Test

Numerical Reasoning Test


If you’re hiring for a role that involves a lot of numerical processing, this assessment can help.

 

This 12 minute timed assessment asks candidates to complete as many numerical questions out of 25 as they can. A person who achieves a high score in this assessment is more likely to:

 

  • Quickly grasp numerical concepts
  • Effectively solve problems using numerical information
  • Make sound, logical decisions involving numbers.

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Numerical Reasoning Test

Example Numerical Reasoning Test

Abstract Reasoning Test


If you’re hiring for a role that involves working with conceptual information, this assessment can help.

 

This 10 minute timed assessment asks candidates to complete as many numerical questions out of 32 as they can. A person who achieves a high score in this assessment is more likely to:

  • Grasp concepts quickly, even those which are new, ambiguous or complicated
  • Develop creative ideas and come up with innovative solutions
  • Solve problems effectively using non-verbal communication
  • Make sound, logical decisions based on abstract information.

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