Salecology's inductive reasoning test measures abilities that are important in solving problems. They may also be referred to as abstract reasoning tests or diagrammatic style tests. These tests measure the ability to work flexibly with unfamiliar information and find solutions.
This nonverbal mental ability test measures the ability to solve problems from graphical data. It measures observation skills, clear thinking ability, intellectual capacity and intellectual efficiency.
Specifically it measures the ability to
- formulate new concepts when faced with novel information,
- extract meaning out of confusion or ambiguity and
- think clearly about complex situations and events
The score indicates potential for success in positions that typically require clear and accurate thinking, problem identification and evaluation of tentative solutions for consistency with all available information.
The nonverbal aspect of this test minimizes the impact of language skills on performance on the assessment.
This questionnaire is made up of 24 questions and has a time limit of 25 mins to complete.
The candidate is plotted against a norm group of Professional & Managerial level population to ascertain where they sit in comparison.
- Percentile - Where they scored compared to others (high, above average, average, below average, low)
- T Score - total score
- Sten - where they sit across a standard bell curve divided into 10 segments
The information in this report should be interpreted by a qualified professional. If you need help in setting this up for a colleague or for your business, feel free to call or click on the chat window and one of our Salecologists can walk and talk you through it. We can always provide the feedback for you.
This report conforms to British Psychological Society and American Psychological Association guidelines.