Assess cognitive abilities
Cognitive ability predicts whether your candidates can actually do the job.
In simple terms, cognitive ability describes candidates; ability to learn, adapt to new situations, solve problems and understand instructions relevant to their job.
The evaluation of cognitive abilities is an essential step in the recruitment of a candidate.
Intelligence or cognitive skills account for almost 50% of job performance or success in a training program. Other factors like personality, motivation or environmental factors account for the other 50%.
The use of cognitive skills tests or g-factor tests (General Intelligence) remains one of the most fundamental elements to consider both in the recruitment context and in the context of selection in a training program.
All our tests have recent standards and present a great validity and excellent fidelity. Consult our technical manuals for more details. They are accessible for free after registering on irptesting.com