SHL Inductive Reasoning Test | Graduate Level (D-4)
£26.00 (Ex. Tax)
The SHL Inductive Reasoning Test assesses an individual’s ability to draw inferences and understand the relationship between various concepts, independent of acquired knowledge. Using the latest online technology, it measures critical reasoning skills and the ability to quickly comprehend/evaluate abstract information. It provides a quick and effective online tool with easy to interpret results which can support ongoing development discussions. Consequently, this test report can be an invaluable help for graduate level staff to ensure their progress through the company.
Benefits of the Inductive Reasoning Test:
If required, the test can be upgraded from a general population comparison group by tailoring to the most appropriate industry sector (Finance & Banking, Hotel & Leisure, Science & Technology or Public Sector).
Typically lasting only 15-20 minutes, this short, flexible online test comes from a large question bank. As a result, no two individuals will experience the same set of questions. Therefore, the security and reliability of the test results is maintained.
When combined with other tests from the range e.g. numerical or verbal reasoning, this Inductive Reasoning test gives a good insight into the individual's critical reasoning ability.
The Inductive Reasoning test is available in a wide range of languages. Contact us for further information or speak to one of our consultants on 01285 861734 to discuss the options available.
Why Quest Partnership?
Quest Partnership Ltd has been providing psychometric assessments such as the SHL Inductive Reasoning test to industry for over 20 years. We offer independent advice on a wide range of assessments. In addition, we provide full support in administering and delivering tests and personality questionnaires to individual candidates / participants.
Our consultants are experts in their field with a track record of delivering innovative assessments. We are also active members of our industry body, the British Psychological Society (BPS). Our involvement in BPS steering groups has helped to raise standards and promote best practise in the use of psychometrics.