Measure your candidates
on job skills, personality and fit
This culture add test assesses how a candidate’s values and behaviors align with your organization values and the behaviors that would make your ideal hire successful in a specific role, based on a customized survey you fill out.
The reading comprehension test evaluates candidates’ ability to read a portion of text and comprehend its contents. This test helps you identify candidates who can process written information and draw appropriate conclusions using analytical thinking.
This critical thinking test evaluates candidates’ skills in critical thinking through inductive and deductive reasoning problems. This test will help you identify candidates who can evaluate information and make sound judgments using analytical skills.
The intermediate math test evaluates candidates’ ability to solve math equations and problems involving fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios, and time calculations. This test will help you identify candidates who can work well with numbers.
Business ethics & compliance
The business ethics and compliance test evaluates candidates’ awareness, judgment, and knowledge of ethical issues found in a business setting. This test will help you hire employees with a strong ethical compass who can adhere to company policies.
Attention to detail (textual)
This attention to detail test evaluates candidates’ ability to pay attention to textual detail while processing information. This test helps you identify candidates who can thoroughly and carefully handle intricate processes using analytical skills.
Rooted in Oldham & Hackman’s Job Characteristics Model, the job preferences test measures the extent to which your candidates' expectations align with your job offer, based on a customized survey that you and the candidate both fill out.
This numerical reasoning test evaluates candidates’ general aptitude with numbers and their skill in interpreting them for a wide range of applications. This test will help you identify candidates with strong numerical skills.
Based on the work of Carl Jung, the 16 types test gives insight into a candidate’s source of energy, the way they process information, how they make decisions, and the kind of lifestyle they prefer.