Practice psychometric test platform for your students
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How does it work?
Students gain access by registering with their university email address. Our system will automatically send them a unique password with which to login. This way, candidate registration is automatic and no input from the careers staff is necessary. Only users with a valid “@institution.ac.uk” email address will be granted access. The branding will be specific to each institution.
An example student registration page - students will generate their unique login details
An example student login page.
A section of the member page where students can practice their desired tests.
Please visit our Online Cost Calculator to build a package which suits your requirements.
The cost depends on the quantity and type of tests contained within the users’ area. Each institution can choose what they’d like included in their package however we usually suggest the package below which is based on what tests employers typically use. This suggested package costs £910.00 + VAT per year:
- Numerical reasoning test 1: 20 questions 24 minute time limit
- Numerical reasoning test 2: 20 questions 24 minute time limit
- Verbal reasoning test 1: 22 questions 18 minute time limit
- Verbal reasoning test 2: 22 questions 18 minute time limit
- Inductive reasoning test 1: 15 questions 15 minute time limit
- Logical reasoning test 1: 15 questions 15 minute time limit
- Diagrammatic test 1: 15 questions 15 minute time limit
Test Content and Solutions
The practice test questions have been designed by occupational psychologists who have worked as associates for the major test publishers including SHL, Kenexa, and Talent
Worked solutions to every question will be provided in PDF format so students can download, save, and print the questions and solutions workbooks. An example of a solutions workbook is available here
At the end of each test the candidate gets to see their normed percentile score. The norm group can be either general UK population or it can be a dynamic norm group comprising the scores achieved by students belonging to the institution (i.e. the norm group grows each time a registered user completes a test and students’ scores are compared against those of their peers). In addition to their percentile score, candidates will be shown their raw score, speed, and accuracy. On the results page candidates also see which of their answers are correct or incorrect. An example of the results page is given in Figure 3 on the next page.
- Instant online access
- 12 months’ access
- Unlimited practice
- Worked solutions provided
- Tips and shortcuts explained
- Similar to real reasoning tests
- Recommended by employers
- PDF downloads included
- Online timed test simulators
- Realisic practice questions
- Compare your score to others
- Improve your reasoning scores
- 97% positive candidate feedback
- All levels of difficulty covered
- All suitable for preparing for:
- IBM Kenexa
- Saville Assessment
- Talent Q
- Talentlens Watson Glaser
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Practice as much as possible before taking both the numerical and verbal reasoning tests, even if you’ve taken them before. KPMG
We recommend that you practice beforehand. HSBC
Before you take our Watson Glaser tests, it's a good idea to practise as much as you can so you are familiar with the format and the type of thinking involved. Clifford Chance
We suggest that you begin with practice assessments to increase your familiarity with test formats and types of questions. UBS
We recommend you try out some practice questions for the 'Situational judgement questionnaire' before you apply. Civil Service
Familiarise yourself with the online assessments by completing some practice questions. Rolls-Royce
Make use of practice materials to practice your skills and ensure you understand the task. As well as the materials we send you, you can find additional practice materials on the internet. PricewaterhouseCoopers
We strongly encourage you to practice online tests in advance to prepare and familiarise yourself with what's involved and ultimately, to give yourself the greatest chance of success. National House Service
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