When you’re still studying, trying to make choices about future careers can be tough. Read our advice on exploring different career options and how to decide whether a particular job might be right for you.
When you’re trying to work out how to choose a career, wading through the range of options available to you can seem daunting. Tuning into the things you are good at is a useful way to decide whether you are on the right track.
What are career tests and can they really help you make decisions about your future? Understanding the advantages and limitations of career tests can help you decide if they would help you and how to make the best use of your results.
Aptitude tests generally assess a person's fluid intelligence, their ability to reason quickly and to think abstractly.
Numerical reasoning looks at your ability to make a judgement and draw conclusions based on numbers presented in different formats.
Verbal reasoning is a part of cognitive ability and is the perception, acquisition, organisation and application of knowledge through language.
Understand a person's working behaviours, their strengths and limitations, communication style, value to the business and what motivates them.
An insight into a person's mental horsepower and how quickly they can learn and retain new skills to reliably predict their potential in a new role.
A range of training modules designed to measure skill level, so you can optimise the skills already in the business, but also of new recruits.