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Assessment: Verify Inductive Reasoning Junior Managerial (Supervisory)

Verify Inductive Reasoning Junior Managerial (Supervisory)

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests is a suite of cognitive ability assessments appropriate for candidates at a wide range of job levels. Designed to test a candidate’s ability to draw inferences and understand the relationships between various concepts independent of acquired knowledge, the Inductive Reasoning test is particularly relevant for roles where critical components of the role include dealing with new concepts and approaches, building strategies, and resolving complex, ambiguous and novel problems. The test is relevant for assessment at Senior, Managerial & Professional, Junior Managerial and Graduate job levels.

Assessment: Verify Inductive Reasoning Managerial & Professional

Verify Inductive Reasoning Managerial & Professional

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests is a suite of cognitive ability assessments appropriate for candidates at a wide range of job levels. Designed to test a candidate’s ability to draw inferences and understand the relationships between various concepts independent of acquired knowledge, the Inductive Reasoning test is particularly relevant for roles where critical components of the role include dealing with new concepts and approaches, building strategies, and resolving complex, ambiguous and novel problems. The test is relevant for assessment at Senior, Managerial and Graduate job levels.

Assessment: Dependability and Safety Instrument (DSI)

Dependability and Safety Instrument (DSI)

The DSI is a short pre-screening tool for many key entry-level roles. It is designed to identify potential employees who will have good dependability and reliability, and who are less likely to engage in counter-productive work behaviors.

Assessment: Verify Calculation Operational

Verify Calculation Operational

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests is a suite of cognitive ability assessments appropriate for candidates at a wide range of job levels. Designed to measure a candidate’s ability to add, subtract, divide and manipulate numbers quickly and accurately, the Calculation test is particularly useful when assessing an individual’s potential in any role where calculation and estimation, as well as auditing and checking the numerical work of others, are required. The test is relevant to entry-level, administrative and clerical roles, as well as apprenticeship schemes.

Assessment: Verify Calculation Supervisory

Verify Calculation Supervisory

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests is a suite of cognitive ability assessments appropriate for candidates at a wide range of job levels. Designed to measure a candidate’s ability to add, subtract, divide and manipulate numbers quickly and accurately, the Calculation test is particularly useful when assessing an individual’s potential in any role where calculation and estimation, as well as auditing and checking the numerical work of others, are required. The test is relevant to entry-level, administrative and clerical roles, as well as apprenticeship schemes.

Assessment: Split Screen Typing Test Form 1

Split Screen Typing Test Form 1

This test measures speed and accuracy in typing text presented on the computer screen. In this assessment, the text original is displayed directly above the area in which the test taker must enter the response. The test taker will not need a printed original for the evaluation. This test calculates a score based on the total number of keystrokes, time taken, and number of errors made when typing six passages. This Split Screen Typing Test uses the following method to determine the Net Words Per Minute score: Net Words Per Minute = ((Gross Words Per Minute * Time Taken) - Total Errors) / Time Taken. This test is available in US English, UK English and Australasian English.

Assessment: Verify Checking Operational

Verify Checking Operational

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests is a suite of cognitive ability assessments appropriate for candidates at a wide range of job levels. Designed to measure a candidate’s ability to compare information quickly and accurately, the Checking test is particularly useful when assessing an individual's potential in any role where perceptual speed and high standards for maintaining quality are required. The test is relevant to entry-level, administrative and clerical roles, as well as apprenticeship schemes.

Assessment: Verify Checking Supervisory

Verify Checking Supervisory

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests is a suite of cognitive ability assessments appropriate for candidates at a wide range of job levels. Designed to measure a candidate’s ability to compare information quickly and accurately, the Checking test is particularly useful when assessing an individual's potential in any role where perceptual speed and high standards for maintaining quality are required. The test is relevant to entry-level, administrative and clerical roles, as well as apprenticeship schemes.

Assessment: Verify Technical Checking

Verify Technical Checking

The Technical Checking assessment is part of the SHL VerifyTM suite of cognitive ability assessments. Technical Checking measures perceptual speed and accuracy. This assessment requires examinees to quickly and accurately match symbols and switches based on a given set of rules. The Technical Checking assessment is mostly non-verbal and features shapes and figures. As with all assessments included in the SHL VerifyTM suite, the Technical Checking assessment allows organizations to assess this aspect of cognitive ability in an unproctored setting. This assessment is appropriate for all job levels and job titles, but is especially relevant for jobs that require the ability to quickly assess the accuracy of information against a set of rules.

Sample relevant jobs include:

• Manufacturing Line Worker
• Auditing Clerk
• Traffic Technician

Measures the ability to determine the rules governing technical processes and to apply those rules quickly and correctly. This is characterised by a systematic and methodical approach to work, fast perceptual processing, pattern recognition, and error detection and reduction.

Assessment: Basic Computer Literacy

Basic Computer Literacy

This assessment evaluates a candidate's knowledge of general computer terms. It also determines a candidate's ability to manage files, work with a Windows operating system and application software, as well as access the Internet.

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