PsyMetrics' Workplace Aptitude Test (WAT) was designed to help companies select individuals who are quick and logical thinkers. The WAT measures your applicants' ability to solve work-related problems and to think clearly and logically in an efficient and effective manner. Individuals who score high on this test have been identified by their supervisors as employees who follow instructions and complete the task at hand with little supervision. These individuals are also able to learn new ideas/materials with ease.
While the WAT generates one overall score, the test questions focus on the following areas:
The degree to which the individual can solve basic, work-related mathematical problems.
The degree to which the individual is likely to reason logically, problem solves efficiently and learns quickly.
The degree to which the individual has the capacity to think about and manipulate objects in three dimensions. This ability has been linked to creativity and innovative potential.
The degree to which the individual understands basic business vocabulary one might encounter in the course of the workday.
The Workplace Aptitude Test Predicts:
This test is ideal for identifying individuals who can learn quickly, problem solve successfully and perform work tasks involving math, verbal comprehension and spatial reasoning (which has been linked to creativity and innovation).