This problem solving test evaluates a candidate’s ability to define a problem and analyze data and textual information to make correct decisions. This test helps you identify candidates that can effectively evaluate and respond to complex situations.
- Ability to create and adjust schedules
- Ability to interpret data and apply logic to make decisions
- Ability to prioritize and apply order based on a given set of rules
- Ability to analyze textual and numerical information to draw conclusions
This test is relevant for
Any role that involves managing constantly shifting variables with tight deadlines. This may include administrative assistants, project managers, planners, and people working in hospitality or sales.
DescriptionEffective problem-solving requires a broad skill set that is critical for individuals, teams, and businesses to advance towards stated objectives. It involves the ability to define a problem, to break it down into manageable parts, to develop approaches to solve the (sub)problem using creativity and analytical thinking, and to execute flawlessly.
This test allows you to identify candidates who display these abilities. The test presents candidates with typical problem-solving scenarios like scheduling on the basis of a diverse set of conditions, identifying the right sequence of actions based on a number of business rules, and drawing conclusions based on textual and numerical information.
The test requires candidates to identify the right answers to the questions in a limited amount of time. This way we measure if candidates can quickly identify the key elements of the problem and to what extent they can work through the problem at speed without making mistakes.