Kanika Kapoor
Soft And Behavioural Skills Trainer
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hi guys! i am new in the HR field and we are currently screening applicants. I would like to include aptitude test as part of the screening program. Can you please help me with this? May you send me good questions for aptitude tests? with answers of course. :)... Thanks in advance.
From Philippines, Batangas
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From India, Madras
There isn't' such a thing as a general aptitute test. The point of an aptitude test is to find out how good somebody is at something.
Therefore, it needs to be targeted to the specific job. If you are hiring computer programmers then an aptitude test would have programming questions. If you are hiring customer service staff, then you might test their language skills.
If the questions are not related to the job skills, then having the test will not help you in screening the candidates.

From India, Mumbai
Hi Chenia,
Thomas International gives you the required training and MOT. You can do a google search. Also have a look into the following link: Online Psychometric Test and Aptitude Assessment <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )
Aptitude and attitude testing too needs an aptitude for that.
Suresh CN

+91 9901451287

From India, Bangalore
hi chinea
apart from just having aptitude test, you should also have person who will be able to judge the aptitube test... it shouldbe done thro professionals and as Chris pointed out..it shld specifically deviced for each job profile.

From India, Rajkot
I would generally only suggest any sort of aptitude test for technical jobs, where very specific knowledge is essential.
In all other positions, i recommend that you "hire for attitude, train for aptitude" - find people that are smart, energetic and proactive and then train them yourself. You will always end up with better staff this way.

From India, Mumbai
An aptitude test is just a part of integral assessments. Merely conducting an aptitude test would limit your judgement of the selection reliability and validity. Combine it with a string of assessments [Aptitude + Personality Assessment/s]. That should be enough. And yes: You do need an expert to judge the scale scores [not assessment executers, but professionally qualified psychology post grads who have clinical expertise in giving you the result based interpretation of obtained scores n such assessments: quite simply because the interaction of both tests is a complex procedure and without a psych background, info would not be ethical]. If you need assistance for the same, you may contact the undersigned.
From India, Gurgaon
Mettl has some Pre-built General Aptitude tests which covers Verbal, Quant and Logical Reasoning skills. It helps to screen the best candidate out of the lot. We provide you flexibility to customize these assessments as well. For more details checkout Pre-built Aptitude Tests - Mettl
From India, Gurgaon
Hi, You are requested to please enter "Aptitude Test" in research column on top. You will get plenty of them. Hope it helps!
From India, Delhi
i am new in the HR field and we are currently screening applicants. I would like to include aptitude test as part of the screening program. Can you please help me with this? May you send me good questions for aptitude tests? with answers of course. :)... Thanks in advance.
From India, Mumbai
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