This test assesses the capability of individuals to persevere during hardship and overcome obstacles to achieve an objective. Grit is the characteristic that helps people sustain their willpower and motivation amid challenges and persevere even if things do not go as planned. Test-takers are presented with a series of realistic, hypothetical work scenarios. They have to identify the most appropriate response they feel is most effective given the situation that reflects their level of grit.
This test can be used to assess agile project management skills. In particular, this test will mix questions linked to the knowledge of core agile project management concepts with situation-based questions linked to the implementation of such concepts.
This test can be used to assess people's degree of enthusiasm for learning new methods and technologies for performing work efficiently.
This test can be used to assess a person's social skills, which represent their ability to facilitate communication and interaction with others in a way that is both verbal and non-verbal.
This test can be used to assess a candidate's ability to accurately sense, perceive, and understand the social world around them. It includes their ability to read people’s emotions, activities and intentions based on their behavior, voice tone and gestures.
This test can be used to assess a candidate's awareness of their thoughts and emotions, as well as their strengths and weaknesses.
This test can be used to assess people's ability to manage work-related stress and to remain composed when faced with a challenging situation.
This test can be used to assess one's ability to manage their emotions and impulses. Those with a high score are excellent at acknowledging and controlling how they express their emotions, whereas those with lower scores tend to find it more difficult to regulate their own emotional responses within an acceptable range and are more prone to emotional outbursts.
This test can be used to assess people's ability to be flexible and open-minded when working with others.
This test can be used to assess people's ability to handle crisis and emergencies in a work context. This means knowing how to react appropriately during an emergency and quickly analysing the actions needed for dealing with the crisis.
This test can be used to assess psychological grit. Grit is the characteristic that helps people sustain their willpower and motivation amid challenges, and persevere even if things do not go as planned.
Empathy refers to the ability to identify, relate and sympathise with the feelings of others at an intellectual and emotional level. This test measures three aspects of Empathy - perceptivity to people's emotions (perception), aligning one's emotions to others (congruence), and feeling compassion for others (sympathy). Empathy promotes pro-social behaviour, the key to developing strong social relationships, which builds a positive workplace culture.
This test can be used to assess people's ability to deal with uncertain and unpredictable work situations.
This test can be used to assess people's degree of cultural adaptability quotient in the work environment. This can include adapting and being comfortable working with people with different values, customs and cultural practices. It is about understanding the implications of one's actions, showing respect and adjusting to maintain positive relationships with your colleagues and leveraging what makes people, groups and communities different to build a diversified, inclusive and global workforce.
This test can be used to assess the ability of candidates to demonstrate creativity in the way they address a situation and solve problems.
This test can be used to assess people's degree of cognitive flexibility in the work environment.
This test evaluates a candidate's adaptative quotient accross several dimensions: managing work stress, handling crisis, adapting culturally and interpersonally, demonstrating grit and resilience, managing uncertainty, being creative, being flexible cognitively and learning.
This test can be used to assess people's resilience in the work environment. Psychological resilience is the ability to cope mentally or emotionally from a setback and return to pre-crisis status quickly. Resilience exists when individuals are able to utilise their mental processes and behaviour to protect themselves from potential negative stressors. It is about having the ability to develop psychological and behavioural capabilities that enables them to move on after a crisis without long-term negative consequences.
This test can be used to assess people's ability to work collaboratively. This test is built around 15 questions of practical cases and situations in order to apprehend the reactions of the candidates
This test can be used to assess a candidate's ability to follow, respect and understand instructions through inductive, psychomotor, cognitive reasoning and understanding of the English language. Also, this test will cover non-compliance security skills. It is made up of different scenarios to help identify candidates capable of adapting to different environments.
This test assesses the ability to solve math problems using number operations and simple equations, manipulating decimals.
This test assesses ability to solve math problems using simple equations and operations, manipulating hundreds.
This test assesses the ability to solve mathematical problems using simple operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication), by manipulating tens.
The Microsoft Word test will help you identify individuals who demonstrate strong Microsoft Word skills by evaluating candidates in the 6 key areas: General knowledge, Editing, Formatting, Graphics, Pages, and Documents. The test assesses the candidate's skill in each of these areas and is particularly useful to assess potential editors, content marketers, copywriters or any other role that may require creating, editing and formatting Microsoft Word files.