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.
This mechanical reasoning test evaluates candidates’ understanding of basic mechanical and physical concepts. This test helps you identify individuals with good mechanical reasoning skills who can apply mechanical principles to solve problems.
The following instructions test evaluates a candidate’s ability to understand and follow instructions in many different forms, and in a variety of contexts. This test helps you identify candidates who can process and follow instructions correctly.
The DISC test is based on the model developed by psychologist William Marston for behavioral assessment. It classifies how we express emotions into the four behavior types of DISC: dominance (D), influence (I), steadiness (S), and conscientiousness (C).
The time management test evaluates candidates’ ability to manage their time well in a professional environment. Through typical workplace scenarios, this test assesses how well candidates can prioritize, plan, execute, and reflect on tasks and projects.
This spatial reasoning test evaluates a candidate’s ability to analyze 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional objects and space. This test is relevant for STEM-related jobs (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and analytical skills testing.
This communication test evaluates candidates' skills in communicating clearly and effectively using professional etiquette. The test assesses candidates in both written and verbal communication, as well as non-verbal cues and active listening.
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.
Attention to detail (visual)
This attention to detail test evaluates’ candidates ability to pay attention to visual details and information. This test helps you identify candidates who can pay close attention to visual cues and can handle visual material carefully and thoroughly.