Our employment test portfolio includes aptitude, personality, and basic skills tests. Within each of these categories we have a variety of assessments, and as a Criteria customer you have unlimited access to our service, allowing you to administer as many tests as you like to prospective or current employees. Our unique subscription pricing structure means you pay no per-test fees. Our TestMaker feature also allows your organization to create and deliver your own proprietary tests through HireSelect.
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A nine-test aptitude battery created by Harvard University psychologists, the MRAB measures an individual's ability to process information, including specific cognitive functions such as attention, working memory, and reasoning ability.
A sales personality test that measures traits that have been shown to be critical to success in sales and sales-related jobs, including motivation, competitiveness, extroversion, goal orientation, and assertiveness. The SalesAP provides an overall recommendation on a candidate's suitability for sales positions.
The companion test to the SalesAP, the CSAP is a customer service test that measures personality traits that are important for customer service and related positions. The CSAP provides an overall recommendation on a candidate's suitability for customer service-related positions, based on traits such as cooperativeness, personal diplomacy, patience, and more.
The Employee Personality Profile is a general personality inventory that measures twelve personality traits that provide valuable insights into a person's work style and behavior. It can be used for any position, and contains position-specific benchmarks that allow administrators to compare an individual's scores against composite profiles to determine likely job fit. The EPP takes about 15 minutes to complete, and measures the following traits: Achievement, Assertiveness, Competitiveness, Conscientiousness, Cooperativeness, Extroversion, Managerial, Motivation, Openness, Patience, Self-Confidence, and Stability.
A general personality inventory based on the most widely accepted personality model the "Big Five" which describes an individual's personality in terms of five psychological traits: Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Extroversion, Stability/Neuroticism, and Openness.
A test of basic computer literacy, that measures an individual's proficiency with using Internet browsers and common desktop applications such as email and word processing programs. It is a 10-minute test consisting of two 3-minute task-oriented simulations followed by ten multiple choice questions.
A 1-minute test that measures an individual's typing speed and accuracy. An adjusted words-per-minute (WPM) score is given, which reflects the total number of words typed correctly during the time allotted.