Cognitive Aptitude

Cognify

Measures:

  • Critical thinking
  • Problem solving skills
  • Verbal knowledge
  • Ability to learn new information
score report for cognify

Test Description

Cognify is an award-winning game-based assessment that measures cognitive aptitude, one of the best predictors of job success. By combining innovative game design with proven cognitive assessment methods, Cognify emphasizes a world-class candidate experience that delivers rich insights about each applicant. The assessment features three highly engaging and interactive games that measure a candidate’s ability to solve problems, work with numbers, and correctly interpret and edit written text.

Candidates can take Cognify on any device, and the assessment takes just 15 minutes to complete.

Score Reports

Each candidate is given a percentile ranking to demonstrate how the individual scored in relation to others who have taken the test. An overall percentile is provided, along with percentiles for the three categories of problem solving, numerical reasoning, and verbal knowledge.

Engaging the Candidate

Cognify combines rigorous validation and assessment science with an emphasis on an engaging, brand-positive candidate experience. Game-based assessments, unlike traditional assessments, take more into account than just the correct answer, providing richer insight into a candidate’s strengths and abilities. The fun and immersive games engage candidates and cultivate a positive image for your employer brand.

Award-Winning Game Design

An independent judging panel of I/O psychologists awarded Cognify a Workplace Excellence Award in 2018. And in 2016, Cognify won the Serious Games Showcase and Challenge.

Cognify Awards

Validity Information

Cognify has been extensively validated, demonstrating that the test is highly predictive of job performance for a wide variety of jobs. Cognify has also been independently validated by two major studies, one conducted by a multinational tech company, and another by globally recognized psychologist Dr. Richard Landers.