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Bennett Mechanical Aptitude Test

The Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test (BMCT) is an assessment that measures an individual's aptitude to learn mechanical skills. The test focuses on spatial perception and tool knowledge rather than manual dexterity. It is especially well-suited for assessing job candidates for positions that require a grasp of the principles underlying the operation and repair of complex devices.

Cognitive Aptitude Test

The Cognitive Aptitude Test is an assessment designed to identify individuals who have the ability to solve problems, think on their feet, and can learn new concepts readily. The test assesses verbal reasoning, mathematical/logical reasoning, and overall mental aptitude.

DAT – Space Relations

This test measures the ability to visualize a three-dimensional object from a two-dimensional pattern and to visualize how the object would look if rotated in space. It assesses the ability to "think in three dimensions”.

Electrical Aptitude Test

The Electrical Aptitude Test is a short measure of electrical aptitude that is designed to assess the ability to learn and perform jobs in electrical production and maintenance. This test is suitable for selection purposes. The following knowledge areas are assessed: Mathematics, Electrical Concepts, Electrical Schematic, Process Flow, Signal Flow, and Electrical Sequences.

Mechanical Aptitude Test

The Mechanical Aptitude Test is an assessment of a job candidate’s ability to learn and perform production and maintenance job activities. Developed to assess mechanical aptitude, it is suitable for selection. The test stimuli were created to be both contemporary and free of reference to rural/urban and gender-related content. The Mechanical Aptitude Test measures the following knowledge areas: Household Objects, Work-Production and Maintenance, School-Science and Physics, and Power Tools.

Professional Employment Test

The Professional Employment Test (PET) is designed to assess the cognitive abilities that are important for the successful performance of work behaviors in professional, administrative, and managerial occupations. Questions are based upon business-related content and focus upon data interpretation, reasoning, quantitative problem solving, and reading comprehension. The PET assesses the following competencies: Verbal Comprehension, Quantitative Problem Solving, and Reasoning.
Also available: Professional Employment Test – Short Form

Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test

The Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Pretest is a short-form measure of general intelligence or cognitive ability – the most powerful predictor of success on the job. The test measures how well an individual reasons, solves problems, plans, organizes, thinks abstractly, learns quickly, and grasps the nature of complex problems. By comparing an applicant’s test score to a predetermined test score range, an employer can get a reliable estimate of his or her likelihood of successful job performance. A candidate’s cognitive ability is the best single predictor of job and training success.

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