Measures your emotional intelligence, interactively

Emotify is an emotional intelligence test measuring your ability to identify emotions in people’s faces and to understand how different events and situations influence emotions.

Helps to predict performance

Research indicates that the abilities are assessed by Emotify are useful in the workplace, to enhance your ability to interact with others, to collaborate and work in a team, and make decisions.

Two mini-assessments

You will complete two separate ability-based mini-assessments.

Timed Assessment

It will take you approximately 20 minutes to complete both mini-assessments, including instructions and practice rounds.

What is Emotify?

This assessment is likely to be different to those you may have completed in the past. Emotify uses game-based assessments to emotional intelligence (EI), combining the fun of interactivity with the rigor of a psychometric assessment.

  • In Matching Faces, you need to quickly decide whether the facial expressions match the emotion displayed on screen.

How do I complete Emotify?

You’ll need to be invited by an employer who uses Revelian assessments to complete Emotify. Once you’ve received your invitation – which will also tell you when your invitation will expire – you can log in and read information about the assessment. You can then choose which order you complete the games in, and you can attempt them separately in your own time.

Emotify askes you to complete a variety of questions, including questions about faces and situations involving emotions.

  • In Emotional Ties, you’ll need to read about different situations and then select the face that best represents the emotion a person would feel in that situation.

How can I prepare for Emotify?

Emotify is not an assessment you can pass or fail: it just tells a prospective employer whether certain emotional intelligence abilities are likely to be strengths of yours. It doesn’t depend on having special knowledge or having completed any type of study, so there is no need to study beforehand.

The best things you can do to prepare is to ensure you’re in a comfortable, distraction-free environment, and that you read the instructions and complete the tutorials as many times as you need to before you start your assessment.