RightPeople's Cognitive Ability Tests
RightPeople's Cognitive Ability Tests assess a candidate's capability and potential to perform critically important tasks at work. Our most popular cognitive ability tests are listed below. Cognitive Ability tests assess factors such as verbal/language reasoning, abstract/conceptual reasoning, attention to detail/mental speed, multi-tasking/attention switching, numerical/data reasoning and, mechanical/spatial reasoning.
When used together (for example numerical, verbal and abstract reasoning), they have been found to be the strongest predictor of workplace performance across all industries and job groups. This makes cognitive ability tests the most cost and time effective way of determining if a candidate is a good fit for any job. They are Web-based, with immediate results and Psychologist feedback.
Please click on the links below to read more about some of our specialised problem-solving and EQ assessments:
- Numerical Reasoning
- Attention Switching
- Mechanical Spatial
- Workplace Emotional Intelligence
About Ability Tests
Cognitive ability tests measure problem solving ability using numbers, words and symbols. All good tests of cognitive ability should be underpinned by widely recognised theory. RightPeople tests several different ability constructs, based on a theory of intelligence now called CHC Theory (Cattell-Horn-Carroll theory of intelligence; McGrew, 2008). CHC Theory combines two similar psychological theories of intelligence: Carrol’s "three-stratum-theory" and Cattell and Horn's "Theory of Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence" (Gf/Gc theory). This is the most widely supported approach to assessing a person's intelligence.