Perform better at the psychometric tests employers use as part of their assessment process.
This app contains 10 numerical tests and 8 verbal reasoning tests that simulate the real tests published by SHL, Kenexa, CAPP and Cubiks, among others.
The tests assess a range of numerical and verbal reasoning skills, and will require you to analyse tables, charts and percentages, as well as assess verbal logic and comprehend passages of text.
Each test is timed and has fully explained solutions, so you can learn and progress.
Thousands of people have used our tests to practice and develop their numerical skills. Some feedback for our psychometric testing app:
“Neat and clean app that is easy to use. Helped me to practice the tests on the go and gain confidence in passing this part of recruiting at Big Four.” – Ann Hao
“A lot of questions to practice with. Really helped pinpoint the areas I needed to work on, and get used to the speed you have to work at to get through them.” – annachronism
“It’s one of the best reasoning apps.” – Raje Babu
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A lot of questions to practice with. Really helped pinpoint the areas I needed to work on, and get used to the speed you have to work at to get through them.
Good standard of questions but not worth the price tag!
Questions good - some websites i’ve used have very easy questions, whereas this app seems to be quite representative of the standard used in real job applications.
However that is where the praise ends, £14 seems very expensive for just a set of questions, there is no support or further features. I was expecting at least an explanation for how to answer questions that I had “failed” on in order to improve next time. I also expected that my results would be saved somewhere in order to track my progress and see if the practice was helpful.
None of this is offered so I would probably recommend sticking to free online tests.
Needs a better support system
This app is alright don’t get me wrong but for £12 I think there could be a lot more included. More tests, examples on how to answer questions, even just shorter lines of text that would welcome someone who hasn’t done any of this kind of work before. The tests themselves are very wordy for a beginner like myself and at the end if I get a few questions wrong I’m not advised why I was wrong just ‘False - this is inferred in the passage’ I’d just prefer a better answer as to how because this obviously wasn’t very clear. Some questions do have better answer as to why the answer is the way it is but there isn’t a lot of support in place for people who are new to these types of questions.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.