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Understanding the strengths of your current and potential employees means you can make informed decisions, save time and improve performance. It’s easy to see why ability tests are such an important part of the sifting and selection stages. Assessing ability could not be easier. Logiks uses scientifically-grounded insight to quickly identify your top talent and filter out the least suitable candidates. Questions are drawn at random from hundreds of possible tests to ensure fair, accurate and detailed assessments, with instant analysis. All this is backed by the support of Cubiks Online, our user-friendly platform for easy reporting and administration.

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Verify Verbal

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The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests comprises reasoning tests designed for administration online and to be resistant to cheating and piracy of content. SHL Verify consists of two stages: The SHL Verify Ability Test (VAT) is intended for administration online and unsupervised. These tests are drawn from an item bank that provides different but equivalent tests administered randomly to candidates. This feature has been designed to minimise the ability of candidates to access answers to tests, and to reduce the ability of candidates to collude through the exchange of answers to items. The SHL Verify Verification Test (VVT) is a short test that has been designed to offer an equivalent and supervised follow-up assessment to the VAT. This test checks the consistency of scores from the first unsupervised online test and flags inconsistent scores for follow up. The Verify Range of Ability Tests currently comprises 3 individual measures of reasoning; Verbal, Numerical and Inductive Reasoning. The 3 tests can be administered either separately or in any combination driven by the requirements for an assessment. Both the Verbal and Numerical tests are examples of deductive reasoning measures. Broadly speaking, this is the ability to work with problems that are bounded and where methods or rules to reach a solution have been previously established. Sample Report Verify

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Verify Numerical

IntelligenceSelectionSHL/CEB

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests comprises reasoning tests designed for administration online and to be resistant to cheating and piracy of content. SHL Verify consists of two stages: The SHL Verify Ability Test (VAT) is intended for administration online and unsupervised. These tests are drawn from an item bank that provides different but equivalent tests administered randomly to candidates. This feature has been designed to minimise the ability of candidates to access answers to tests, and to reduce the ability of candidates to collude through the exchange of answers to items. The SHL Verify Verification Test (VVT) is a short test that has been designed to offer an equivalent and supervised follow-up assessment to the VAT. This test checks the consistency of scores from the first unsupervised online test and flags inconsistent scores for follow up. The Verify Range of Ability Tests currently comprises 3 individual measures of reasoning; Verbal, Numerical and Inductive Reasoning. The 3 tests can be administered either separately or in any combination driven by the requirements for an assessment. Both the Verbal and Numerical tests are examples of deductive reasoning measures. Broadly speaking, this is the ability to work with problems that are bounded and where methods or rules to reach a solution have been previously established. Sample Report Verify

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Verify Inductive

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The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests comprises reasoning tests designed for administration online and to be resistant to cheating and piracy of content. SHL Verify consists of two stages: The SHL Verify Ability Test (VAT) is intended for administration online and unsupervised. These tests are drawn from an item bank that provides different but equivalent tests administered randomly to candidates. This feature has been designed to minimise the ability of candidates to access answers to tests, and to reduce the ability of candidates to collude through the exchange of answers to items. The SHL Verify Verification Test (VVT) is a short test that has been designed to offer an equivalent and supervised follow-up assessment to the VAT. This test checks the consistency of scores from the first unsupervised online test and flags inconsistent scores for follow up. The Verify Range of Ability Tests currently comprises 3 individual measures of reasoning; Verbal, Numerical and Inductive Reasoning. The 3 tests can be administered either separately or in any combination driven by the requirements for an assessment. Inductive reasoning extends the range of assessments available from the Verify range to include the ability to work with problems that are novel and that require individuals to work from first principles in order to reach a solution. Sample Report Verify

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Verify Checking & Calculation

IntelligencePreselectionSelectionSHL/CEB

SHL offers a wide range of ability testing methods, like the Checking Test. It measures an individual’s ability to quickly and accurately compare information such as numbers, letters and patterns, making it ideal for use when recruiting for clerical, data entry and purchasing roles. The Calculation Test assesses ability to perform numerical calculations swiftly and correctly, as required for day-to-day tasks in sectors such as retail, payroll and banking. SHL has also extended the global reach of its existing Verify Verbal, Numerical and Inductive Reasoning tests. They have been launched in a range of new languages including Japanese, Thai and Russian meaning that these tools are more globally applicable and available in 25 languages. The new Verify Checking and Calculation tests have been created with the same anti-cheat robustness as the existing Verify range. While the main assessment is completed remotely, each Verify test comes with an optional, free, shorter, ‘supervised’ follow-up assessment usually taken at the employer’s premises. This follow-up test allows employers to check that the person who takes the supervised Verification test is of the same ability as the person who has taken the initial unsupervised online test.

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Verify

IntelligenceSelectionSHL/CEB

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests comprises reasoning tests designed for administration online and to be resistant to cheating and piracy of content. SHL Verify consists of two stages: The SHL Verify Ability Test (VAT) is intended for administration online and unsupervised. These tests are drawn from an item bank that provides different but equivalent tests administered randomly to candidates. This feature has been designed to minimise the ability of candidates to access answers to tests, and to reduce the ability of candidates to collude through the exchange of answers to items. The SHL Verify Verification Test (VVT) is a short test that has been designed to offer an equivalent and supervised follow-up assessment to the VAT. This test checks the consistency of scores from the first unsupervised online test and flags inconsistent scores for follow up. The Verify Range of Ability Tests currently comprises 3 individual measures of reasoning; Verbal, Numerical and Inductive Reasoning. The 3 tests can be administered either separately or in any combination driven by the requirements for an assessment. Both the Verbal and Numerical tests are examples of deductive reasoning measures. Broadly speaking, this is the ability to work with problems that are bounded and where methods or rules to reach a solution have been previously established. Inductive reasoning extends the range of assessments available from the Verify range to include the ability to work with problems that are novel and that require individuals to work from first principles in order to reach a solution. Verify Technical Manual

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Master Competence Analysis (MCA)

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Master Competence Analysis (MCA) is a cognitive test focusing on establishing logical and analytical skills, or in other words, logical reasoning. It explores verbal, mathematical and spatial skills. MCA does not uncover what one has learned, but the potential to which extent someone can deal with new and complex situations. It is therefore not an ordinary IQ analysis, as it does not focus on memory or speed. The candidate is measured on how long it takes to finish a certain number of questions per category, how many were answered in total and how many of those were correct or incorrect. Some may take longer to solve spatial questions and be quicker in solving mathematical matters, yet still have a relative low or high score on logical reasoning. Total test time takes 1,5 hours and it becomes clear which areas were completed with relative ease and which areas were more complex. This result will than provide valid predictions on how and how quick a test candidate will handle new and complex situations. MCA is extremely useful for scouting talent potential. In any company, the trick is to have employees working exactly at their capacity level or just a little above. Strong deviances on both sides of the scale can lead to an exodus of talent or unfinished tasks & lack of vision. MCA can also be used for selecting only those with the appropriate cognitive level. The same applies for internal training & development programs. Is one more served with visual training facilities or does one learn more from practical courses? Will short “steam” courses be a better alternative than long term courses like for example an MBA? MCA therefore does not analyse if a candidate knows how to read, write, calculate or use of spatial vision, but combines all these factors to assess whether someone can successfully execute the tasks or participate in the development program at hand. Sample Report MCA

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Detector Ability

IntelligencePiCompanyPreselection

The Detector Ability is a new, unique preselection intelligence test. The test measures how quick and easy you solve certain tasks. Intelligence predicts the easiness and speediness in solving new problems and getting to grips with new information. It gives a clear indication on how people will deal with problems in professional circumstances. The Detector Ability preselects candidates living up to cognitive levels required for the job and are therefore eligible to proceed to the next level in any given selection procedure. The Detector Ability is composed of four sets : Spatial elements, Matrixes, Mathematical elements and Diagrammes. Each set is presided by throrough explanation and practice questions, both excluding any time limit. Once the candidate is ready, the real questionnaire wil start. This procedure is repeated with each new set untill all four have been completed. The Detector Ability is truly unique as it is considered free from cultural bias & language barriers, adaptive and available 24×7 online. The Detector Ability is therefore effective for measuring general intelligence indications quickly and efficiently, ideal for preselection procedures. For a full and complete analysis, we refere to the Connector Ability.

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Connector C Bachelor/Master

IntelligencePiCompanySelection

The Connector C has been replaced by a newer version: the Connector Ability. For more information, click here. Sample Report

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Connector Ability Lower Levels

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The Connector Ability is a new, unique ability test that measures the G-factor – the “General” intelligence factor. The Connector Ability is unique in that the test is free from culture bias; it is adaptive and available online 24×7. It can therefore be used for a quick and efficient assessment of candidates’ general intelligence level. The Connector Ability test can be used for job functions at three different levels: Masters-, Bachelors- and Community College level and are rewarded a 4TP certification from Cito. Besides these features, the Connector Ability can also be taken at home. If the test is taken at home, our Connector Ability Validator can be used. This means you can validate the results of the Connector Ability test by means of a very short subsequent test in a designated place, under supervision. Cognitive ability tests are proven to be the most effective predictors of success in the work context. The Connector Ability does this reliably, quickly and efficiently. The adaptive nature of the test means that the level of each question depends on the answer to the previous question. A specific assessment of the candidate’s level is made, making it very efficient in terms of time and every candidate is presented with a unique set of questions. This test is taken online and the results are immediately available. This means the test can be administered at different locations and times, for a most efficient selection procedure, in which different candidates from anywhere in the world can be compared. The test provides a measurement of a candidate’s level of general intelligence without a prior need to determine the candidate’s level of education, which is only important for international comparisons due to the fact that diplomas are not always comparable. Afterwards, the score can be compared with a number of internationally standardized norm-referenced groups. The test results are well organized and are represented in a graphic summary on one page in such a way that it can be interpreted immediately. Sample Report

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