Mathematical thinking assesses the candidate's ability to understand, interpret and analyze quantitative information, solve problems using mathematical methods, and apply fundamental concepts.
The Solidworks test evaluates candidates' understanding of the tool's features and concepts for effectively creating CAD files, Assemblies, and design drawings. The test helps you identify candidates who have experience using Solidworks.
This test measures the candidates' ability to infer relationships between a collection of shapes and patterns. This is one of the popular tests for measuring raw fluid intelligence and lateral thinking ability.
The Interpreting Data section assesses the candidate’s ability to understand graphically/tabular represented data, perform rudimentary statistical calculations, solve problems and make reasoned inferences.
Spatial visualization assesses the candidates' ability to think visually, spatially, and graphically in 3 Dimensions. This test is particularly relevant to STEM roles that demand visual thinking.
This test assesses the candidates' basic understanding of the English language: grammatical units, vocabulary, and ability to understand English text from multiple perspectives in holistic ways.
Critical thinking tests assess the candidates' ability of structured thinking: to understand a premise from different perspectives, separating facts from assumptions, analyzing an argument, and reaching conclusions.
Big 5 OCEAN Traits are a suggested grouping of personality traits into 5 broad categories. This idea is being studied since the 80s and has been tested empirically. O - Openness to experience, C - Conscientiousness, E - Extraversion, A - Agreeableness, and N - Neuroticism