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 accounting test evaluates candidates’ knowledge of accounting concepts and their ability to post and calculate accounting figures and manage financial records. It helps you identify candidates with strong accounting and bookkeeping skills.
Microsoft Excel (general)
This Microsoft Excel test evaluates a candidate’s ability to read and interpret Excel spreadsheets, perform basic calculations, and manipulate tables. This test will help you hire candidates who can use Excel as part of the Microsoft Office suite.
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 you can work well with numbers.
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.
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.
This test evaluates candidates’ skills in identifying, recording, and managing accounts receivable. The test helps you identify accountants who have the skills required to work in accounting and maintain records for accounts receivable.
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).