Räumliches Denken

Verwende unseren Test Räumliches Denken , um die Besten der Besten zu finden

About the Räumliches Denken test

Dieser Test zum räumlichen Denken umfasst das Verstehen, Begründen und Erinnern von räumlichen Beziehungen zwischen Objekten oder im Raum. Diese Fähigkeiten spielen eine wichtige Rolle in den Bereichen Mathematik, Informatik, Naturwissenschaft und Technik (MINT) und zeigen das analytische Denkvermögen der Kandidat:innen in Bezug auf Objekte und den Raum.nnFähigkeiten zum räumlichen Denken haben sich in MINT-bezogenen Karrieren als wertvoll erwiesen. So müssen sich Astronom:innen beispielsweise die Strukturen eines Sonnensystems und die Bahn der darin befindlichen Körper visuell vorstellen. Ingenieur:innen müssen sich die Bewegungen der Teile einer Maschine oder eines Gebäudes, mit denen sie arbeiten sollen, visuell vorstellen. Chemiker:innen müssen in der Lage sein, abstrakte Modelle zu verstehen, welche die räumliche Dynamik von Molekülen darstellen. Es gibt auch Hinweise darauf, dass räumliches Denken bei vielen Aspekten der Zahlenverarbeitung und des mathematischen Rechnens eine Rolle spielt. Auch in der Physik ist das räumliche Vorstellungsvermögen für das Lösen kinematischer Probleme entscheidend.nnEs gibt vier gängige Arten des räumlichen Denkens: räumliche Vorstellung, mentales Falten und mentale Rotation. Diese Fähigkeiten haben einzigartige Eigenschaften und sind für verschiedene Arten von Aufgaben im Berufsleben wichtig. So ist beispielsweise die räumliche Vorstellung durch komplizierte, mehrstufige Manipulationen von räumlich dargestellten Informationen gekennzeichnet. Die mentale Rotation ist die Fähigkeit, 2D- oder 3D-Objekte im Raum schnell und genau zu beeinflussen und zu drehen. nnDiese drei Fähigkeiten werden durch einen vierten räumlichen kognitiven Faktor, das räumliche Arbeitsgedächtnis, vermittelt und unterstützt. Das räumliche Arbeitsgedächtnis ist die Fähigkeit, eine bestimmte Menge an visuell-räumlichen Erinnerungen unter Aufmerksamkeitssteuerung vorübergehend zu speichern, um eine Aufgabe zu erledigen. This cognitive ability mediates individual differences in the capacity for higher-level spatial abilities such as mental rotation.nnThe test covers these common types of spatial reasoning abilities to help you identify candidates with strong skills. This is a great test to include to check analytical skills. Diese kognitive Fähigkeit vermittelt individuelle Unterschiede im Vermögen zu höherwertigen räumlichen Fähigkeiten, wie z.nn B. der mentalen Rotation. Der Test deckt diese gängigen Arten des räumlichen Denkens ab, um Ihnen dabei zu helfen, Kandidat:innen mit starken Fähigkeiten zu identifizieren. Dies ist ein guter Test, um die Analysefähigkeiten zu überprüfen.

Der Test wurde von Fachexpert:innen entwickelt

Anirban C.

Fachlich ausgereifte Testkonzepte

Die Tests von TestGorilla wurden von Fachexpert:innen entwickelt. Wir bewerten potenzielle Fachexpert:innen ausgehend von ihren Fachkenntnissen, ihren Fähigkeiten und ihrem Ruf. Jeder Test wird vor seiner Veröffentlichung von anderen Expert:innen überprüft und dann mithilfe von hunderten Testteilnehmer:innen mit einschlägiger Erfahrung im betreffenden Bereich kalibriert. Durch unser Feedback-System und unseren einzigartigen Algorithmus können unsere Fachexpert:innen ihre Tests fortlaufend verbessern.

What our customers are saying

Mit TestGorilla kannst du schneller, leichter und ganz unvoreingenommen die Besten für dich gewinnen

Unsere Screening-Tests helfen dabei, die besten Kandidat:innen schneller, einfacher und unvoreingenommen einzustellen.

Watch how you can use the Räumliches Denken test

Create high-quality assessments, fast

Building assessments is a breeze with TestGorilla. Los geht's with these simple steps.

View a sample report

The Räumliches Denken test will be included in a PDF report along with the other tests from your assessment. You can easily download and share this report with colleagues and candidates.

What is spatial reasoning and why is it important?

Räumliches Denken is the awareness of objects, the area or space they occupy, and their relative position to each other. In summary, it is the understanding of how objects can move and interact in a three-dimensional world.

Although it may sound like a strange concept, spatial reasoning contributes to our awareness of things in our environment. As a skill developed from childhood, it contributes to how individuals interact with everything around them. This includes:

• Reading and writing: Räumliches Denken helps individuals understand sentence structure and grammar.
• Mathematics: With concepts like geometry and numerical arrangement, it’s used to solve problems and use mathematical reasoning.
• Location: This skill helps people understand where things are located in relation to other things.
• Movement: Räumliches Denken enables us to comprehend how objects and people move through and navigate environments.

As a skill, spatial reasoning is a part of everyone’s life, but more advanced use of the skill is common in jobs in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), as well as some creative roles like graphic design and photography. Let’s look at its role in the workplace.

Räumliches Denken in the workplace

In many jobs, spatial reasoning is crucial for problem-solving, analytical thinking, and information processing. People who excel at this skill can spot patterns and relationships between objects, which in turn help them perform their tasks. Some examples are:

• Architecture: An architect should understand how parts of a structure they have designed will interact when they are put together.
• Mechanik engineering: An engineer needs to visualize how machine parts will work together before the parts are made.
• Surgery: A surgeon needs to understand how medical tools will affect each other, as well as their patients’ tissue, before they operate.

If this skill is crucial to any role in your organization, how do you make sure you recruit the best candidate for the job? A spatial-reasoning test may be the solution. Let’s explain.

Recruit with a spatial-reasoning test

Evaluating candidates on their skills is an effective way to predict their job success. When you’re recruiting for a position that requires specific competencies, a skill-specific assessment like a spatial-reasoning test can help you gain insight into your applicants’ abilities.

A spatial-reasoning test can help you evaluate a candidate’s ability to interpret two- and three-dimensional spatial objects. Testing will identify job applicants who understand, infer, and remember connections between objects or spaces.

What’s more, pre-employment testing gives you comparable data on all the candidates. This means that you can compare applicants based on their skills and see who is the best fit without once looking at their CVs.

TestGorilla’stest questions give candidates realistic scenarios that mirror the work experience of the position they are applying for. This means the questions reflect practical experience.

In addition, TestGorilla’s platform automatically calculates candidates’ test scores. This helps you to quickly evaluate and compare applicants' skills and strengths. As a result, your HR team can make hiring decisions based on facts and data, rather than any prejudice.

What does a spatial-reasoning test evaluate?

TestGorilla’s spatial-reasoning test evaluates candidates in the areas of spatial ability: spatial visualization, spatial working memory, mental folding, and mental rotation. People with strong spatial thinking skills can identify links and patterns between objects and this test assesses this ability by assessing whether candidates can:

Understand how various processes or practices interact with one another
Participate in various visual simulations at once
Manipulate, comprehend, and employ visible entities

This spatial-reasoning test covers these common skills to help you identify which candidates will excel in the workplace. In addition, the test can help you evaluate applicants on their analytical skills.

The benefits of TestGorilla’s pre-employment tests

• Created by subject-matter experts: Like our spatial-reasoning test, all TestGorilla tests are created by experts in the field and are peer-reviewed to ensure their accuracy and effectiveness.

• A variety of tests: Our tests cover a wide variety of soft and hard skills, and can be used for jobs in a variety of industries.

• Data-driven insights: TestGorilla’s assessment results enable you to see how your applicants performed, as well as giving you insight into how they compare with each other.

• Personalized assessments: Our platform lets you create an assessment tailored to your role by choosing from a variety of tests. It also gives you the opportunity to add custom questions.

• Bias-free recruitment: To create diverse teams that help your business grow, TestGorilla’s pre-employment assessments help eliminate unconscious bias from the recruitment process.

• No CVs required: Assessing candidates for skill and culture fit is a more effective way of finding the right hire. With TestGorilla, you can recruit the best without sifting through dozens of CVs.

• Streamlined recruitment: By evaluating candidates with a pre-employment test and removing CVs from the recruitment process, you can simplify and speed up your hiring process.

In summary

We’ve established that pre-employment testing is a simple yet effective way to gain insight into your candidates’ skills and identify the applicant with the right skills for the job. But what makes testing with TestGorilla’s assessments valuable to your recruitment process is that you can test candidates on a variety of soft and hard skills.

TestGorilla’s pre-employment assessments can include role-specific tests like the spatial-reasoning test andtests for soft skills. This means that you can find the candidate who will be the best fit in term of not only technical skills, but also personality and culture add.

Ready to recruit the best? Use our spatial-reasoning test to streamline your recruitment process and help you find candidates who will excel in the role.

FAQs

What is the difference between an assessment and a test?
Ein Assessment ist ein Gesamtpaket von Tests und benutzerdefinierten Fragen, die du zur Bewertung deiner Bewerber:innen zusammenstellst. Jeder einzelne Test innerhalb eines Assessments ist so konzipiert, dass er etwas Bestimmtes prüft, z. B. eine berufliche Fähigkeit oder eine Sprache. Eine Bewertung kann aus bis zu 5 Tests und 20 benutzerdefinierten Fragen bestehen.Du kannst den Bewerbern:innen ermöglichen, auf verschiedene Weise auf deine benutzerdefinierten Fragen zu antworten, z. B. mit einem personalisierten Video.
Can I add my own questions to an assessment?
Yes! Custom questions are great for testing candidates in your own unique way. We support the following question types: video, multiple-choice, coding, file upload, and essay. Besides adding your own custom questions, you can also create your own tests.
How do video questions work?
A video question is a specific type of custom question you can add to your assessment. Video questions let you create a question and have your candidates use their webcam to record a video response. This is an excellent way to see how a candidate would conduct themselves in a live interview, and is especially useful for sales and hospitality roles. Some good examples of things to ask for video questions would be "Why do you want to work for our company?" or "Try to sell me an item you have on your desk right now." You can learn more about video questions here.
Can you explain how the other custom question types work?
Besides video questions, you can also add the following types of custom questions: multiple-choice, coding, file upload, and essay. Multiple-choice lets your candidates choose from a list of answers that you provide, coding lets you create a coding problem for them to solve, file upload allows your candidates to upload a file that you request (such as a resume or portfolio), and essay allows an open-ended text response to your question. You can learn more about different custom question types here.
Can I customize an assessment with my company logo and color theme?
Yes! You can add your own logo and company color theme to your assessments. This is a great way to leave a positive and lasting brand impression on your candidates.
Welche Art von Support wird angeboten?
Our team is always here to help. After you sign up, we’ll reach out to guide you through the first steps of setting up your TestGorilla account. If you have any further questions, you can contact our support team via email, chat or call. We also offer detailed guides in our extensive Help & Inspiration Center.
What is the cost for using the Räumliches Denken test?
You can find our pricing packages here. Sign up here to try TestGorilla today.
Can I combine the Räumliches Denken test with other tests?
Yes. You can add up to five tests to each assessment.
Where in my recruitment process should I use the Räumliches Denken test?
We recommend using our assessment software as a pre-screening tool at the beginning of your recruitment process. You can add a link to the assessment in your job post or directly invite candidates by email. TestGorilla replaces traditional CV screening with a much more reliable and efficient process, designed to find the most skilled candidates earlier and faster.

Verwandte Tests