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What is measured?


Three assessments are undertaken to measure specific abilities, which when combined offer a measure of an individual’s general ability.

Verbal reasoning measures how well a participant understands and uses words, numerical reasoning measures the ability to understand and use numbers and spatial reasoning measures an individual’s ability to manipulate shapes and visualise objects in their mind.


This assessment evaluates how much an individual likes and dislikes different types of work, to help identify what really makes them tick and see potential for roles they may not have prior experience in.

This assessment is also helpful in the development of your people, identifying areas for learning and training.


This assessment looks at how the individual acts and thinks, which is clearly an important indicator of how they’ll perform at work.

This is useful for understanding how well a new employee will interact and collaborate with others and to help stop individuals being placed in roles that do not ignite their passion or challenge them enough.