Internet Reasoning Test

Assessing General Reasoning at Remote Locations
Use for
The assessment of general reasoning ability
Qualification
Adults of a wide range of ability & young people over 15
Use with
Adults of a wide range of ability & young people over 15

A comprehensive, detailed and accurate measure of mental ability, this test has been designed to assess reasoning power for those of general ability with only remote supervision. It consists of three sections, which can be taken individually or together, measuring Verbal(VR2/3), Numerical (NR2/3) and Abstract (AR2/3) reasoning ability.

Target audience

IRT2/3 is useful for assessing reasoning power for those of general ability at remote locations through web cam supervision.Recommended for Graduates Undergraduates to check on General Ability.

Applications

Selection, individual development & guidance

Test Measures

Verbal Reasoning (VR2)measuresbasic vocabulary, verbal fluency and the ability to reason using words. This test is appropriate for all jobs which require a general level of verbal ability.

Numerical Reasoning (NR2) measures the ability to use numbers in a logical, efficient way. This test is appropriate for all jobs which require a general level of numerical ability.

Abstract Reasoning (AR2) measures the ability to understand abstract logical problems and use new information outside the range of previous experience.This is the purest from of mental ability and is least affected by previous education and achievement. It is therefore ideally suited to assess individuals of various educational backgrounds and cultural groups.

Advantages

  • IRT2/3 is quick to complete, taking 20 minutes (plus  administration time), yet it provides a comprehensive assessment of mental ability
  • Is scored and profiled in less than 5 minutes.
  • Ideal for recruitments

Administration & Scoring

Fully online computerized administration with scoring through the GeneSys Assessment System

Reports

Decision maker,candidate reports & Group report.

Qualification

Level A for Interpretation

Timing

20 minutes + administration time