All illustrations in this question category are now high quality vector graphics. Questions of inferior quality have been removed and a lot of new questions have been added. All questions now have detailed explanations.
Have you been invited to take an upcoming aptitude test, but you have less time to prepare than you expected? If you’re in this situation, here is a quick guide to help you prepare for your aptitude test in a limited time window.
Whether you are thinking about applying for a new job or have lost your job as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s a good idea to stay aware of the state of the U.S. job market as you consider your next career move.
The Predictive Index has been added to our test publisher’s section. We now offer test preparation materials carefully developed for the Predictive Index Cognitive Assessment (PICA).
The PICA was formerly known as the Predictive Index Learning Indicator (PILI) and The Professional Learning Indicator (PLI). It is not uncommon that the test may still be branded as PLI—the tests are the same.
Get your Predictive Index Test Prep account now and get access to 850 practice questions with explained solutions, two full-length PI Cognitive Assessment test simulations, extra study tools, and much more.
If you’ve passed the screening stage for a job you’ve recently applied for, then you may be asked to complete a personality test. While personality tests sound daunting, they aren’t in practice. In this article, we will look into the most common types of personality tests, what they hope to find, and how employers use the results to determine who to hire.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed so many aspects of life, including the way companies manage their recruitment processes. Understandably, job search etiquette has shifted dramatically as a result. Whether you are looking for your next position or are about to have an online interview, we have rounded up the top tips to help you put your best foot forward in the recruitment process.
Maybe you’ve passed the first round of
screening for an exciting new role that you’d love to have, but you’ve been asked
to take a typing test. Perhaps you have started looking around for your next
challenge, but have noticed that a typing test is either a requirement of a
specific position or is simply a standard part of your future employer’s
recruitment? Regardless of your situation, there is no need to panic. Typing
proficiently is a skill anyone can learn to master with practice. Here, we’re
going to tell you everything you need to know so you can pass that typing test,
land your next role, and use your typing skills to excel in it!
We have now released a completely new version of the Aptitude Test Trainer, our iOS and Android app.
This is a complete remake of the app with a new design and new features! 850 new test questions has been added. Several new question categories. You can now compare your scores with others and see how others answered a question.
Job hunters have been dealt a blow as the media reports businesses shutter their doors and companies freeze hiring. The number of newly unemployed is predicted to hit 5 million in April 2020. However, there is hope, but only if you take a strategic approach to your job hunting. What does the present state of the job market in the U.S look like and are there any good opportunities available?