Develop your next assessment plan
using one or more of these popular aptitudes assessment
resources. Determine whether candidates have the ability to learn skills specific to your company.
This test measures the ability to visualize a three-dimensional object from a two-dimensional pattern and to visualize how this object would look if rotated in space. It assesses the ability to "think in three dimensions."
This test is a non-verbal measure of reasoning ability. It involves the ability to think logically and to perceive relationships in abstract figure patterns.
This test measures the ability to understand basic mechanical principles of machinery, tools, and motion. The items represent simple principles that involve reasoning rather than specialized knowledge or training.
This test is an assessment designed to test an individual's understanding of numerical relationships and facility in handling numerical concepts. It measures the ability to understand and work with ideas related to numbers.
Verbal Aptitude Battery (VAB)
The VAB is a verbal aptitude assessment that is appropriate for employment purposes. The sections include:
Vocabulary – This section uses verbal concepts to indicate an individual’s openness to new information and concepts and reflects the capacity to effectively store, categorize, and retrieve this information appropriately.
Comprehension – This section assesses the ability to evaluate social behavior and identify behavior that is more socially desirable.
Additional Aptitudes Assessments Available
- Advanced Numerical Reasoning Appraisal
- Core Abilities Assessment
- Professional Employment Test
- Cognitive Aptitude Test
- Llobet Reasoning Test
Aptitudes Assessment Resources
To arrange on-site or in-house aptitudes assessments, contact:
Fox Valley Technical College - Assessment for Business
P: (888) 458-0449 | P: (920) 735-5718 | F: (920) 735-2533
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