Measures General Mental Ability and the Ability to Understand Oral Directions
Learn an applicant’s basic verbal and numerical competencies.
Efficiently measure two of the most generally useful aspects of mental ability: verbal and numerical competence. The test questions relate to the environment of a plant, factory, or industrial setting.
• Verbal Skills (Synonyms, Information, Classification)
• Numerical Skills (Basic Math, Percentages, Volume, Fractions)
• 6th Grade
See the Personnel Tests For Industry – Oral Directions test as well.
Norm Groups Include:
Entry-Level production applicants at a Midwestern paper mill
Electrical maintenance applicants at an aerospace manufacturer
Materials control applicants at an aerospace manufacturer
Mechanical maintenance applicants at an aerospace manufacturer
Machining technician at an aerospace manufacturer
Inspection technician at an aerospace manufacturer
Welding technician applicants at an aerospace manufacturer
Supervision technician applicants at an aerospace manufacturer
Applicants for various technical positions at an aerospace manufacturer
Applicants at a Northeastern private industry council
Applicants for semi-skilled jobs at a county government
Applicants for maintenance positions at a Southwestern county government
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