Verbal Reasoning Test
Why You Need a Verbal Reasoning Test?
If you’re hiring for a position requiring specific understanding and comprehension skills, then our specific Verbal Reasoning Test is exactly what you need to ensure your job applicants have what it takes before you hire them. It is a form of aptitude test to assess verbal logic, and how successfully someone can distinguish the correct meaning, context and/or specific data from a greater set of information which may be supplied in written, audio or other presentation forms. It’s fast, efficient and will give you confidence to make a smarter hiring decision. Or do you want to re-train your existing employees? Develop them with the relevant skills they need to improve their day-to-day work.
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Overview of Test
Designed to test an individual’s ability to utilise a wide range of verbal reasoning skills and assess ability to apply logic and reasoning to answer verbal based questions. Questions are presented in a variety of formats including: true or false statements, multiple choice questions and questions with manual entry answers. Candidates are required to answer questions on the following areas: letter sequences, deductive reasoning dilemmas, reading comprehension and analogy. This test has progressive difficulty, with questions becoming harder as a candidate progresses through the test from Fundamental through to Professional level.
The first 10 questions are at Fundamental level, questions 11 to 20 are at Core level and the final 10 questions are at Professional level.
Persons who need to utilise a wide range of verbal reasoning and comprehension skills.
Complement the Verbal Reasoning Test with the Numerical Reasoning Test, for an overall view of a candidate’s aptitude ability.
Difficulty Levels Available:
Required to deduce from the information shown, an answer from the multiple choice selections available. A candidate taking the Fundamental level of a test is expected to have subject knowledge aligned to a foundation level GCSE graduate.
Required to solve more complex problems and are given an answer box to manually enter an answer. A candidate taking the Core level of a test is expected to have subject knowledge aligned to a higher level GCSE graduate.
Required to solve problems which require advanced logic and deduction abilities and are given an answer box to manually enter an answer. A candidate taking the Professional level of a test is expected to have subject knowledge aligned to an A-Level graduate.
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Sample Verbal Reasoning Test report
Sample Verbal Reasoning Test report to get a feel for the type of analysis you can receive from a candidate taking this test.
Report clearly shows the candidate’s percentage score, as well as giving them a percentile score against others in your organisation and worldwide.
Require bespoke adjustments to these tests?
All assessments can be adjusted to meet your specific needs. Bespoke activities often include the addition of organisation specific questions relating to specific software, company policies and procedures as well as the removal of questions if required.
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