Cognitive Skills Assessment

Reasoning. Memory. Logic. Speed.
Reveals cognitive skills

Measures the cognitive strengths, weaknesses and mental ability

Helps in hiring process

Improves the quality of hiring by giving comprehensive data on individual’s mental skills

4 sections of assessment

Assesses the individual in verbal, numerical, technical and abstract reasoning

Easy and cost-effective

Designed to help towards professional development in a cost-effective manner

What are Cognitive Skills?

Cognitive Skills are the core skills your brain uses to think, read, learn, remember, reason, and pay attention. Working together, they take incoming information and move it into the bank of knowledge you use every day at school, at work, and in life. Cognitive Skills are considered to be an important characteristic of an individual to predict his/her path of success in academics and career. 

Why assess Cognitive Skills?

Measuring the primary Cognitive Skills of an individual can help an organization to identify areas of currently untapped potential that can be explored in the workplace. By measuring employees’ Cognitive Skills, their strengths and weakness can be revealed and the training they required can be provided to employees for organization’s development. The results of the Cognitive Skills test can be applied in multiple productive ways.

Areas of Application

Areas of Application

What does the Cognitive Skills test measure?

Cognitive Skills can be tested over a wide range of parameters as the cognitive abilities of every individual differ from the others. Some of the scientifically defined parameters that are used by behavioral scientists to measure Cognitive Skills include:

Language and Communication:

It is the ability to detect errors in grammar, punctuation and capitalization and how well one can communicate effectively.

Verbal Reasoning:

Verbal reasoning generally helps in understanding the relationship among words and requires comprehension and analysis of written information.

Spatial Reasoning:

It is the ability to think visually geometric forms and to comprehend the two-dimensional representation of three dimensional objects.

Analytical Reasoning:

It represents the individual’s analytical ability to make decisions, solve complex problems and analyze information.

Abstract Reasoning:

Abstract reasoning is a non-verbal ability of reasoning that measures of how well individuals can reason between geometric figures and design.

Perceptual Reasoning:

It is the ability to accurately interpret, organize and think with visual information that requires visual perceptual abilities.

Speed and Accuracy:

The ability to perceive activity that is often primarily concerned with making rapid evaluations of features of visual stimuli.

Mechanical Reasoning:

Mechanical Ability refers to an understanding of basic mechanical principles, simple machines, tools, electrical, and automotive facts.

Industries That Can Benefit

Industries That Can Benefit

Corporate

Employee Hiring & Assessment

Government

Skill Development & Assessment

Education

Natural Talent & Skill Identification

Corporate

Employee Hiring & Assessment

Government

Skill Development & Assessment

Education

Natural Talent & Skill Identification