The Numerical Reasoning Test evaluates people's quantitative skills, in particular their ability to make fast mental computations, identify numbers' sequence and problems, and reason comfortably in the sphere of math and quantitative skills. It is design to capture performance under speed, and will identify people's potential for developing complex quantitative skills
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 Margin Management test will help you identify good financial managers or controllers by assessing candidates in four key areas: cost approach, focus on gross margin, understanding of post-gross margin and general concepts related to margin management. The test assesses the candidate's skills in each of these areas through theoretical and practical questions to ensure that they understand the meaning of the key performance indicators of margin management and are able to produce insightful analysis of financial data.
This test aims to assess the level C1 in mandarin. The reference used is the HSK5 when it comes to vocabulary.
This test aims to assess the level B2 in mandarin. The reference used is the HSK4 when it comes to vocabulary.
The aim of the test is to assess mastery of the basic concepts of management accounting, as well as the understanding of the different cost calculation methods: the principles and the purpose of the tools. In addition to the technical aspects, it calls for observational skills and a critical mind in data analysis, and the ability to get to the point in order to help with decision-making.
The Logical Reasoning Test evaluates the main component of fluid intelligence, namely abstract/logical thinking. It is designed to measure how fast people identify logical patterns, deduct abstract reasoning problems, and process complex cognitive information under time pressure.
The German C1 test evaluates individuals' ability to communicate fluently, in an elaborated manner and practically without errors. \n\nCandidates who score well on this test have a continued knowledge of German: they can discuss a range of topics and situations without having to prepare in advance, are able to understand the content of demanding, longer texts well as well as grasp implicit meanings. They can structure and link facts and topics in a meaningful way.\n\nNote: C1 is the fifth level of competence of the \'Common European Framework of Reference for Languages\' and certifies that individuals can use the language competently.
The test evaluates candidates' ability to communicate independently in a professional environment and can use the language effectively and flexibly. \n\nCandidates who score well on the test are individuals who can converse fluently with native speakers on a variety of topics and express their opinions, write structured texts and reports, understand more complex issues as well as the key messages of demanding texts or specialised texts from a specific field.
A C1 level candidate makes very few grammatical errors. He is able to use various sentence structures and construct complex sentences with ease.\nThis level C1 French test therefore assesses the candidate's skills in 5 key categories: grammar, spelling, expression, vocabulary and conjugation.
A B2 level candidate shows a fairly high degree of grammatical control and the most important vocabulary has been mastered. He can express himself clearly and in detail on a variety of subjects. He is fluent in fluent French. This B2 level test therefore assesses the candidate's skills in 4 key categories: grammar, spelling, vocabulary and conjugation.'}
The Financial Accounting Foundations test is expected to, among other things, test a job candidate's knowledge of: (i) the underlying principles and concepts guiding the recording of economic events that place during (and at the end of) the accounting period; (ii) how the accounting cycle works; (iii) how financial statements are prepared and analyzed; (iv) how business combinations⸺the result of M&A deals⸺are accounted for in the books; (v) how leases are accounted for; and (vi) how to make financial reporting decisions that maintain a healthy balance between profit maximization and ethics.
This is a multiple choice test which will assess whether the test-taker has the lexical and grammatical knowledge typical of speakers at a C1 level on the CEFR European framework. The questions will focus on language used in an international working environment. It will assess candidates' knowledge of the structure of the English language including tenses, collocations and verb patterns. It will also test their range of vocabulary and idiomatic language frequently used in the workplace.
This is a multiple choice test which will assess whether the test-taker has the lexical and grammatical knowledge typical of speakers at a B2.1 level on the CEFR European framework. The questions will focus on language used in an international working environment. It will assess candidates' knowledge of the structure of the English language including tenses, collocations and verb patterns. It will also test their range of vocabulary and idiomatic language frequently used in the workplace.
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.
This test can be used to assess budgeting and forecasting skills. In particular, this test covers best practices of budgeting processes, the specificities of the various budgeting and forecasting methods, gap analyses and governance of the budget process. This test combines the assessment of theoretical knowledge and practical know-how, through realistic business situations.
This test can be used to assess bookkeeping skills. In particular, this test covers how accounting principles are applied, what steps constitute the accounting cycle/process and what activities are involved, what financial statements are fundamentally about, how to rectify accounting errors, and how to reconcile account balances. This test combines the assessment of theoretical knowledge and practical know-how, through realistic business situations.
The Attention to Details (Visual) evaluates candidates' ability to thoroughly scan through details while processing bits of information when working with images and forms. This test helps you identify candidates who are able to process lots of information while being on the lookout for potential errors.
The Attention to Details (Textual) evaluates candidates' ability to thoroughly scan through details while processing bits of information when reading paragraphs or comparing statements. This test helps you identify candidates who are able to process lots of information while being on the lookout for potential errors.