EmployabilityTest's Fitment Report

Test Name : Attachment Test

Name: James Kamau

Test Date: 05-08-2019

Maximum Test Time: 20 mins

Candidates' whose aptitude, competencies and personalities fit their jobs are more productive, passionate, happier, and stay longer. This report measures the fitment between a job and a candidate. The report shows whether the candidate is a high, medium, or low fit for the job and why.

It is a structured assessment test that aims to evaluate aptitude, logical reasoning, numerical ability, basic computer proficiency, & general awareness of attache or interns. Candidates who score well on aptitude tests are more likely to successfully complete training, better equipped to adapt and evolve and learn new skills in fast-changing work environments, and tend to be better decision-makers. It should come as no surprise, then, that research shows that cognitive aptitude tests are twice as predictive as job interviews, three times as predictive as experience, and four times as predictive as education level.

Score At A Glance!

Numerical Ability

64%
36%

Logical Reasoning

63%
37%

Computer proficiency

62%
38%

Communication Skills

61%
39%

General Knowledge

60%
40%
Recommendation: 62% (A good performer!)

Numerical Ability

Numerical ability is one of the most basic skill areas, one that exists in all candidates. This test is also known as data interpretation or numerical critical reasoning tests, involve evaluating situations and drawing conclusions from the data provided to assess one or several situations. It’s considered to be one of the most basic skills needed in today’s data-driven marketplace, and without strong numerical reasoning skills, it would be difficult to succeed in many jobs today.

64%

This test demonstrates candidates ability to deal with numbers quickly and accurately. These tests contain questions that assess their knowledge of ratios, percentages, number sequences, data interpretation, financial analysis and currency conversion.Numerical Ability  test covers basic arithmetic (addition, subtraction multiplication and division), number sequences and simple mathematics (percentages, powers, fractions, etc). Numerical ability tests assess how comfortable candidates  are with numbers, basic mathematical functions and analyzing data under a considerable time pressure

Logical Reasoning

Logical Reasoning test is designed to assess a candidate's ability to think creatively to interpret patterns, number sequences or the relationships between shapes or situations. Logical reasoning is important because it helps individuals and teams more effectively diagnose problems and identify possible solutions that aren't entirely obvious at first. In addition, critical thinking can help resolve conflicts in the workplace.

63%

Logical Reasoning refers to the ability of a candidate to understand and logically work through concepts and problems expressed in questions. Logical thinkers observe and analyze phenomena, reactions, and feedback and then draw conclusions based on that input. They can justify their strategies, actions, and decisions based on the facts they gather. Logical reasoning test mostly feature non-verbal content, requiring candidates to interpret and manipulate shapes, numbers and patterns. 

Computer proficiency

This test has been designed to assess the ability of a candidate to work using a computer. It tests if a candidate is aware of the functions in a computer including basic hardware, network, security and system software. The test uses variable difficulty level in questions to accurately identify candidates who understand computer fundamentals.T

62%

Computer proficiency Test will allow the candidate to demonstrate their basic computer knowlege skill level. On the job computer literacy refers to the ability to use computer basic Softwares or programs in an effective manner for the benefit of himself/herself and organization.he computer proficiency test is designed to test the knowledge of  basics of internet usage,  surfing, MSOffice's  Word, Power Point and  Excel as well as other basic information technology. Candidates have a better chance of being successful in their place of work if they are able to navigate computers and use common or basic software programs.

Communication Skills

Candidates who communicate effectively will be better in communicating with colleagues, managers and customers are always valuable assets to an organization and it is a skill which can often set people apart from their competition when applying for jobs.Communication skill is very important to workplace because it allows companies to be productive and operate effectively. They can experience an increase in morale, productivity and commitment if they are able to communicate lateral, up and down the communication chain in an organization effectively.

61%

Good communication is an essential tool in achieving productivity and maintaining strong working relationships at all levels of an organisation. It assesses ability of a candidate to use correct grammar, spellings and punctuation while presenting written content and whether a candidate is able to summarize a passage while maintaining essential points, and using correct grammar, spellings and punctuations. Also, ability of a candidate to read, process, retain and synthesize large amount of data in a workplace.

General Knowledge

General knowledge helps individual to grow both on personal as well as professional level. It narrows our sense of perceiving the world, understands, and analyzes the situations better as one would without it. High scorers on tests of general knowledge tend to also score highly on intelligence tests. Candidates with high scores are always better informed & good performer. 

60%

Being up-to-date on general knowledge in various subjects and current affairs in different domains makes candidate a better person than those who haven't.

How to Interpret the Report?

Legend : 0 to 19% : 20 to 39% : 40 to 59% : 60 to 79% : 80 and above :
Score Range Interpretation
0 to 19%
This score tells that it would be risky to hire you and that you may take longer to learn the job than someone scoring higher.
This score also tells that you may require closer supervision and that you may never reach the goals so out for you by the company. Below Average!
20 to 39%
This score shows that you have a good grasp of subject knowledge, however, you may still require close supervision while on the job.
This score does give you the ability to still be considered for the role you have applied for only if you are able to demonstrate the desired interpersonal skills during the interview process. An Average Performer!
40 to 59%
This score demonstrates that you have a solid understanding of the necessary subject, areas and concepts and are likely to learn the job being offered at a steady pace.
Falling into this score range will have you dubbed as a ‘a good hire’ in the eyes of the hiring team. A performer!
60 to 79%
Falling into this score group shows that you have an excellent grasp on the subject, areas and concepts being tested.
It also shows that you will be able to learn your job quickly without too much need for close supervision. Scoring in this range will also have you dubbed as a ‘very good hire’ and can be a good performer!
80% & more
Falling into this score range shows that you have a very strong, in-depth grasp of the subject, areas and concepts being tested. Candidates who score in this score range will most likely learn the job quickly and will not need much if any supervision once it has been mastered.
This score range also shows that you are a fast learner and are likely to pick up on unfamiliar concepts very quickly. An Outstanding performer!

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