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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
The CFIT is an intelligence test designed and developed to assess the general intelligence of a person and their ability to learn.
Non-verbal reasoning tests the ability to recognise similarities, analogies, and patterns in unfamiliar designs.
The QIRP refers to the concepts included in the g factor, and takes into consideration the person’s reasoning ability, as well as their ability to make logical connections between words, concepts, and mathematical reasoning. In this context, the verbal and numerical skills are at the main focus of the test.
The TAM (Mechanical Aptitude Test) consists of 68 questions with multiple choices and a 30 minutes time limit, and can only be administered online.
Tests according to your needs
BGTA: a measure of general abilities including (numerical, spatial, verbal)
CFIT: a comprehensive measure of fluid and crystalline intelligence including verbal, numerical and spatial skills.
QIRP: a short 12-minute test that gives an overall assessment of the G-factor
NVA: a test of matrices without cultural bias, a measure of fluid intelligence TAM: for a specific measurement of mechanical abilities