Reduced errors, sustained focus
Test attention skills
Test mental fitness and concentration.
Assess ability to sustain focus and avoid distractions.
Participants complete a variety of activities across multiple rounds.
This assessment is completed in 10 minutes.
Measure your candidate’s concentration and ability to multi-task and sustain focus while avoiding distractions.
The Attention Skills Test (CAST) is a brief, interactive assessment of mental fitness, concentration and focused attention. Because of its ability to measure concentration skills, the CAST helps predict employee success in a wide variety of positions across any industry.
The Divided Attention task measures a person’s ability to “multi-task” or concentrate on two or more things simultaneously. Almost every job requires this ability to some extent.
The Selective Attention or Vigilance task measures a person’s ability to maintain concentration on a task for a sustained period of time.
The Selective Attention or Filtering task measures an individual’s ability to focus on important information and ignore irrelevant distractions. Together with the Vigilance Task, Filtering provides an indication of the test subject’s selective attention, the ability to sustain concentration and ignore distractions – a characteristic important to job performance in a wide variety of jobs.
The Perceptual Reaction Time task measures one of the most basic cognitive processes: perceptual reaction time, or the speed at which a person recognises and responds to a stimulus.
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Powerful information delivered in a practical way
The CAST report is designed for easy interpretation by hiring managers, and provides powerful information about each candidate’s mechanical reasoning ability and mechanical aptitude, including:
Test results are available as soon as the candidate has completed their assessment.
CAST is a sub-set of a test originally conceived to measure the mental fitness of NASA astronauts, and has been redesigned and adapted for use as a pre-employment assessment by our parent company, Criteria.
Originally developed by Harvard psychologists, the CAST has been extensively validated, demonstrating that the test correlates significantly with job performance for a variety of roles that require a high level of sustained attention and focus.
Get in touch to learn more about how the Attention Skills Test (CAST) can help your next hiring exercise.