We offer Several work-related psychology tests that enable evaluation of a candidate’s personality, risk behaviors during stress and pressure, values, motivational factors, and logic and analytical thinking. The test results also generate an important basis for discussion, where the candidate can get help to discover their strengths and shortcomings. Many of our consultants are certified users of high-quality testing tools for both personality and competency tests from Assessio and SHL. All testing tools are approved by DNV GL and reviewed by the Foundation for Applied Psychology.
We offer the following tests:
Hogan Assessment Systems
A personality inventory that consists of three separate tests which together form a complete picture of the candidate’s personality. The first part sheds light on the personality traits expressed during normal circumstances, the so-called core personality. The second part complements the first with a deepened analysis of the candidate’s risk behaviors during increased pressure, demands, and general stress. The final part maps out the candidate’s driving forces.
A personality form that describes 32 different characteristics. The characteristics are divided into three main areas: relations, way of thinking, and emotions. The personality in OPQ is defined as a person’s typical or preferred way of acting, thinking, and feeling.
A logical analytical test that gives an indication of a person’s problem solving and deduction skills, as well as ability to distinguish logical relationships. The test challenges the ability to see hidden patterns, fill in blanks where information is missing, find relationships between different objects, and find touchpoints.
Consists of three different proficiency tests that measure verbal, numerical, and inductive ability. The numerical part measures the candidate’s ability to make the right decision or deduct correct conclusions based on numerical or statistical data. The verbal part measures the candidate’s ability to evaluate the logic in different kinds of written arguments. The inductive part measures ability to draw correct conclusions, and understand the relationship between different concepts, independent of previous knowledge.