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Use the Non-Verbal Reasoning to a person’s capacity to think logically through the medium of pictorial problems. Before you invest the time and money to train a new employee, test your applicants.
This test provides the answers you need to make informed hiring and promotion decisions.
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The Non-Verbal Reasoning test measures a person’s capacity to think logically through the medium of pictorial problems.
Job Types: All levels of personnel in a variety of occupations.
Administration: Paper and pencil.
Scoring: Hand – scored with reusable score key.
Time: No limit (approximately 20 minutes).
This test can help screen and select skilled industrial personnel. It can be helpful in the selection, promotion and career counseling of higher- level personnel.
Since it is relatively culture-free and is not influenced by facility in language, it is fair to people who have not had much formal education, who are not accustomed to taking tests, or who are not familiar with paper-and-pencil activity. This test can help screen and select skilled industrial personnel. It can be helpful in the selection, promotion and career counseling of higher- level personnel.
Since low scores on a verbal reasoning test may be contaminated by non-intelligence factors (e.g., years of education, familiarity with verbal activity, etc.), a non-verbal test serves as a check on these other factors when the results for the two types of tests are compared.
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