Use the Insurance Claims Adjuster Test to evaluate candidates for legal knowledge, information handling, detail orientation, and negotiation skills. Before you invest the time and money to train a new employee, test your applicants for skills like:
- Loss Evaluation
- Relating to Clients
- Regulation Knowledge
This test provides the answers you need to make informed decisions.
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Purpose: Insurance Claims Adjuster candidates should have the intelligence to handle large amounts of information, remember pertinent laws and regulations, have the skill to evaluate losses, and the focus to complete detailed forms. In assessing an Insurance Claims Adjuster candidate, other things to consider are their ability to negotiate, relate to clients and vendors, work on their own, and use their time well.
About the Test: This test battery has three parts:
- 125 question untimed personality inventory
- 44-item test of mental ability (equally divided among verbal, numerical, and abstract reasoning questions)
- 34 open-ended questions to which the candidate has to type in a narrative answer
This test probably takes about two hours to complete.
What the Report Gives You: A graphical display of scores of areas covered (see chart), explanation of aptitude results, list of strengths and developmental concerns, a display of the responses the candidate typed in for the open-ended questions, and suggested interview questions.
Options: Contact us to learn how we can customize the test content for your hiring process or the way information is presented in the report to meet your specifications. We can also help you validate an assessment for your workforce or establish company-specific scoring.
Validity Information: Available upon request.
Testing Process: Online personality testing provides immediate reporting. Proctoring is desirable but not required.
The Insurance Claims Adjuster Test Evaluates: