Criteria Announces Formation of Scientific Advisory Board, to Include Many Leading Testing Experts

LOS ANGELES, CA — December 5, 2006 — Criteria Corp today announced the formation of its Scientific Advisory Board, which will include several of the world's leading thinkers in the fields of cognitive psychology, statistics, and psychometrics. Criteria's Scientific Advisory Board will help guide the company's test and product development efforts.

Criteria's Scientific Advisory Board will include:

Dr. Stephen Kosslyn Chair, Harvard University Psychology Department
Dr. Donald Rubin John L. Loeb Professor of Statistics, Harvard University
Dr. Paul Holland Chief Research Scientist, Educational Testing Service
Dr. Eric Loken Chief Research Scientist, Criteria Corp
Dr. Robert Mislevy Professor of Measurement, Statistics, and Evaluation, University of Maryland
Dr. Howard Wainer Professor of Statistics, Wharton

For biographical information on the members of Criteria's Scientific Advisory Board see:
http://www.criteriacorp.com/company/scientific_advisory_board.php

"Criteria is extremely fortunate to be able to rely on the guidance of these esteemed thinkers," said Criteria CEO Josh Millet. "By providing the company with the benefit of their expertise, our Scientific Advisory Board will help ensure that Criteria's R & D and test development efforts will be state-of-the-art."

About Criteria

Criteria Corporation is the leader in web-based pre-employment testing. Criteria's HireSelect® service allows companies to implement a state-of-the-art employee testing program quickly and cost-effectively, without needing to spend money on costly test consulting services. HireSelect is a subscription-based service that allows subscribers unlimited access to all tests, as well as to interactive tools such as the Job Profiler, which allows companies to perform a customized job requirements analysis. Criteria's test development efforts are guided by its Scientific Advisory Board, which includes several of the world's foremost experts in cognitive psychology, psychometrics, and statistics. To find out more visit www.criteriacorp.com.