Test library HRorganizer

The instruments are combined to optimal assessment programs through a job profile which is easy to create. Optimal means: a reliable assessment which covers the criteria to be measured and is as little stressful as possible for the candidate.

Questionnaires measure behaviours, interests and motivations. Tests measure specific qualities. Some of the tests contribute to the measurement of the general intellectual level.

Additional all kinds of tests can be unlocked, for example tests for language skills (available for multiple languages), concentration, reaction speed, working memory, etc. In addition it is also possible to build instruments from others in HRorganizer.com.

Assessment test

Personality tests

All online quality characteristic instruments (shapes family, views) are adaptive computerized questionnaires, that means - based on the answers given - deviation from the standard linear order. They measure individual values, motives and interests. The questionnaires are based on the adalloc measurement technology developed by Cut-e GmbH. This technology allows it to get highly differentiated profiles of personal values, motives and interests within very short test administration and time periods.

All questionnaires are available in major European languages, additional we can unlock more than forty languages.

 

Test Situational behaviour

Squares measures the probability of counterproductive behavior in a work context.

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Capacity test

For years research has shown that ability tests can be powerful predictors of long term professional success. They are valuable tools for HR decision making that require little effort.

All tests are suitable for online assessments, because the tests have clear instructions with interactive examples. The tests are forgery-proof due to item generation, which generates for each participant an individual test version. All tests are available in major European languages, additional we can unlock more than forty languages.

S-test: this test measures specific qualities.
G-test: this test helps to measure general intellectual level High (H), Middle (M) or Low (L).
K-test: this test measures specific knowledge/skills and provides an indication of this skills.
(A): deze test is adaptief.

 

Verbal reasoning test

Scales verbal measures the ability to draw logical conclusions from complex verbal information. Additionally, this test measures the ability to retrieve relevant information when confronted with different types of questions.

G-test (H). Testing time is 6 min. Incl. instructions ± 10 min.

Scales verbal (consumer compact)

 

Numerical reasoning test

Scales numerical measures the ability to draw logical conclusions from complex numerical information that is presented in tables and charts. Additionally, this test measures the ability to retrieve relevant information when confronted with different types of questions.

G-test (H). Testing time is 6 min. Incl. instructions ± 10 min.

Scales numerical (consumer compact)

 

Scales verbal admin measures the ability to find and use straightforward verbal information in articles, lists and instructions for answering specific questions.

G-test (M). Testing time is 6 min. Incl. instructions ± 10 min.Scales verbal (consumer compact) (3) (1) (1)

 

Inductive logical thinking test

Scales cls measures the ability to think logically inductive. The task is to find out rules and interrelations which assign tables to two different categories. The discovered rules need to be applied in order to assign new tables to the adequate categories.

G-test (H). Testing time is 12 min. Incl. instructions ± 17 min.

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Scales ix test

Scales ix measures the ability of inductive-logical thinking. The task is to find out the object that does not match the rule.

G-test (M). Testing time is 5 min. Incl. instructions ± 8 min.

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Numeracy skills test

Scales eql adaptive measures numeracy. Each task of the test consists of an equation with gaps and a given result. The task is to fill the gaps with numbers so that the given result is corre

S-test (A). Testing time is 5 min. Incl. instructions ± 7 min.

Scales eql

 

Short-term memory test

gridChallenge measures the ability to observe accurately and the capacity of the short term memory. The first task is to memorize in which order the targets were presented. The second task is to judge if 1. the images are symmetrical, or 2. the images are identical, but rotated or 3. the two images + or – each other make the third image.

S-test. Afnametijd is 9 min. Incl. Instructies ± 14 min.

gridChallenge

 

Information handling test

Scales clues measures the ability to record information completely, to prioritize and to base decisions upon this. The task is to act as a substitute for a project manager and to be responsible for his e-mail.

 S-test; contributes to the measurement of specific skills such as ‘follow instructions’ (M). Testing time is 15 min. Incl. instructions ± 20 min.

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Learning efficiency test

Scales lct measures the ability to memorize and the learning efficiency.

In multiple sections 12 different objects are shown. The task is to memorize the correct order and to drag the objects into the correct order again.

S-test; contributes to the measurement of specific skills as ‘learn fast’. Testing time is 5 min. Incl. instructions ± 8 min.

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Deductief logisch denken test

Scales lst adaptive measures the ability of deductive logical thinking.

The test is based on a grid containing several objects. One cell in this grid is marked by a question mark. Each object appears only once per row and per column. The task is to figure out what object should be in the cell marked with the question mark.

S-test (A); contributes to the measurement of specific skills such as ‘think systematically’. Testing time is 6 min. Incl. instructions ± 11 min.

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Multi-tasking capacity test

Scales mt measures the ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously.

S-test; contributes to the measurement of specific skills such as ‘handle pressure’. Testing time is 5 min. Incl. instructions ± 7 min.

Scales mt (drv)

 

3D spatial reasoning

Scales spr measures the ability to visualize spatial relationships.

The tasks consist of geometric shapes with labeled areas. The task is to create a pattern which, if folded, forms a shown geometric shape.

S-test. Testing time is 10 min. Incl. instructions ± 15 min.

Scales spr

 

Concentration test

Scales E3+ measures the ability to concentrate.

The task is to indicate as quickly and as accurately as possible whether an object is an E surrounded by exactly three dots.

S-test; contributes to the measurement of specific skills such as ‘follow instructions’ (L). Testing time is 2 min. Incl. instructions ± 6 min.

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Taalvaardigheid test

Scales lt measures the language ability by testing the three language parts: fluency, vocabulary and spelling. These three parts measure different aspects of the relevant language and are assessed separately.

Fluency: complete sentences with a word or part of a sentence. Vocabulary: choose the correct word that belongs to the given definition. Spelling: choose the correct one from two spelling options.

K-test (A). Testing time is 10 min. Incl. instructions ± 15 minuten. For each part there is a time limit: fluency and vocabulary each 4 min; spelling 2 min.

Scales lt-d

 

Applied numeracy test

Scales tmt measures the calculating capacity on the basis of four different subject areas: ‘translation of units’, ‘rule of the three’, ‘percentage calculation’ and ‘calculation of areas and spaces’.

K-test (M). Testing time is 16 min. Incl. instructions ± 20 min. For each part there is a time limit: ‘translation of units’ 3 min; ‘rule of three’ and ‘percentage calculation’ each 4 min; ‘calculation of areas and spaces’ 5 min.

Scales tmt