An international measure of aptitude
Language-independent aptitude test
Assess critical thinking, problem solving, attention to detail, logic and analytics.
Ideal for international candidates
Does not test verbal ability, making it easily translatable and ideal for international use.
Candidates complete up to 40 questions.
This assessment is timed and takes 20 minutes to complete.
Cognitive aptitude is the most powerful predictor of future work performance across a broad range of roles and industries.
The Universal Cognitive Aptitude Test (UCAT) measures general cognitive aptitude, which includes the ability to solve problems, digest and apply information, learn new skills, and think critically. As a language-independent test, the UCAT does not test verbal ability, making it easily translatable and ideal for international use where language proficiency may vary.
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Candidates will complete a set of up to 40 questions that measure their ability to solve problems, digest and apply information, learn new skills, and think critically. The UCAT is a dynamic assessment that draws on an item bank of thousands of individually optimised test items. This means that no two candidates will ever receive the same questions, giving you confidence in their individual results.
The UCAT will give you insight into a candidate’s ability to:
The UCAT is recommended for assessing any mid- to high-level positions that typically require a tertiary qualification, particularly for international candidates.
Proven validity across a wide variety of roles.
The UCAT has been extensively validated, demonstrating that the test is highly predictive of job performance for a wide variety of jobs. The UCAT has been shown to be highly correlated to other leading measures of cognitive aptitude, such as the Cognitive Aptitude Test.
Try out up to 20 UCAT tests for free (employers only).
The UCAT score report is designed to be straight-forward and useful for managers, without the need for specialist interpretation. The UCAT reports provide powerful insights in an easily-understandable way, including:
Results are available as soon as the candidate finishes the assessment.
Get in touch to learn more about how the Universal Cognitive Aptitude Test can help you confidently measure cognitive aptitude in an enjoyable way.