Avoid hiring healthcare workers who lack the temperaments, sensitivities, empathy and self-control they need to provide the care that you require of them with the Nursing Aptitude and Personality Assessment. Before you invest time and money to train a new employee, test your applicants for:
- Communication Skills
- Attention To Detail
This test provides the answers you need to make an informed decision.
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Nursing is one of the most physically, emotionally and psychologically demanding fields – but it also has the potential to be very rewarding both on a personal and altruistic level. Nursing Aptitude and Personality Assessment assesses whether a person has the traits needed to succeed in nursing.
No. of questions: 265
Question type: Situational, Self-Assessment, Multiple Choice
Estimated completion time: 85 minutes
Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standard,; EEOC standards (gender, age, disability*) Non-disabled group outscored the disabled group on Arithmetic
Sample Size: 784
Cronbach’s Alpha: 0.9
- Professional Development
- Desire to Learn
- Ability to deal with structure
- Social Insight
- Communication Skills
- Listening Skills
- Building Rapport and Trust
- Conflict-Resolution Skills
- Hardy Personality
- Dealing with physicality of job
- Coping and Stress Management
- Organization Skills
- Attention to Detail
- Reading Comprehension
- Benchmarks: Available (general population, nurses)
- Group Comparisons: Available
- Detailed narrative interpretation
- Customized Advice
- Impression Management
Advice Factors and Scales: Overall Score plus 6 factors divided into 30 scales:
- Nursing Value System: Encompasses a group of skills/traits that are essential to a fulfilling nursing career.
- Customer Orientation: Encompasses a group of traits/skills that are required to provide the best care possible to patients.
- Psychological Strength: Ability to deal with the trials and tribulations that are common in nursing.
- Conscientiousness: Encompasses skills required to be a productive and careful worker.
- Mental Aptitude: Assesses essential competencies that are required in the day-to-day functioning of nurses.