Global Cognitive Index: Deductive Reasoning – Quantitative Ability – Verbal Ability
The Global Cognitive Index (GCI) is a computer adaptive cognitive ability test that measures three separate components of cognitive ability. Multiple-choice items are drawn from a bank of content with a broad range of difficulty such that a candidate can be accurately assessed at any level of normal cognitive ability. It includes three separate tests, each sold separately.
Key features of the GCI are:
Dynamic presentation of items:
The GCI can be administered without a proctor to save on administrative costs without threatening test security. Also, because the test is adaptive, an accurate assessment of the candidate’s ability will be reached much faster.
Four subtests of the GCI are available. Each test can be administered as a standalone test or in any combination with the other three. This offers a great deal of flexibility.
The GCI can be administered in an unproctored setting. Organizations using the GCI in an unproctored setting may want to confirm that candidates did not seek outside assistance when taking the GCI. The GCI has functionality that can confirm a candidate’s score with a fast, short, single proctored assessment.
Job Level: Entry-Level to Frontline Manager
Job Family/Title: All
Average Testing Time (minutes): 20-30 minutes
Time Allowed (minutes): 3 min. per item
Maximum Number of Questions: Varies by individual
Number of Sittings: One or Two
Designed for Unproctored Environment: Yes
Question Format: Multiple choice
Product Category: Global Cognitive Index
The Deductive Reasoning Assessment
measures the ability to draw logical conclusions based on information provided, identify strengths and weaknesses of arguments, and complete scenarios using incomplete information. It provides an indication of how an individual will perform when asked to develop solutions when presented with information and draw sound conclusions from data. This form of reasoning is commonly required to support work and decision-making in many different types of jobs at many levels.
The Quantitative Ability Assessment
measures the ability to comprehend numerical information in a variety of formats. It provides an indication of how an applicant will perform when working with numbers, money, tables, bar charts, pie charts, records, analysis reports, and other data found in the workplace. This assessment provides information regarding an applicant’s ability to solve math problems using basic arithmetic skills to complex algebra skills, comprehend graphs, tables, and charts, make inferences from numerical data, compare and contrast numerical data, and evaluate quantities to arrive at a correct judgment. Quantitative Ability Testing Time - 19 Minutes
The Verbal Ability Assessment
measures the ability to extract relevant information from written sources and make objective judgments on the basis of that information, logically complete sentences, and understand relationships between words. It provides an indication of how an individual will perform when working with reports, correspondence, instructions, and research information. Verbal proficiency is commonly required to support work judgment and decision-making in many different types of jobs at all levels. Verbal Ability Testing Time - 20 Minutes
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