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.
The time management test evaluates candidates' ability to organise their time, remain productive, and feel more fulfilled. Through practical scenarios, the test assesses candidates' knowledge of typical time managing best practices as well as their ability to prioritize, plan, execute.
The project management test will help you identify highly skilled candidates to lead your initiatives by assessing abilities in all project delivery methods and all elements of the project management dicipline, as well as their understanding of how projects contribute to the overall success of the business.
The PowerPoint skills assessment test will help you identify great PowerPoint skills by evaluating candidates in four key areas: designing presentations, understanding functionality of the software, knowing how, when, and why to include motion in presentations, and skill in preparing presentations for sharing, collaborating, and/or delivery. The test assesses the candidate's skill in each of these areas through questions that focus on using software features to design professional business presentations, utilizing visual elements for business content, effective use of software functional features to facilitate the optimal use of company resources, and knowledge of key software features to add to the company's visual communication assets.
The Microsoft Excel test assesses the fundamental skills required to master the software and benefit from its features. Candidates who score well on this test have a strong understanding of Excel and are able not only to work efficiently but also to create their own apps based in Excel.
The Diversity and Inclusion - Foundations test will measure a candidate's ability to participate in and cultivate a diverse and inclusive workplace. The test assesses the candidate’s skill through practical and theoretical application of diversity and inclusion principles including Empathy and Listening, Seeking Perspectives, Continuous Learning and Bias Awareness, and Inclusion Advocacy.
This test can be used to assess business judgement and problem-solving skills. In particular, this test covers the topics of Business Strategy, Corporate Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions, Sales, Pricing, and Operational Improvement. The test is based on practical questions and case studies, that will also assess the ability of candidates to analyze, structure and leverage data to make sound decisions.