Psychometric Profiling

What Are Psychometric Tests?

 
Psychometric tests help measure our “hidden” attributes. Things that have a major impact upon our how we behave. For example, our personality, motivations, Emotional Intelligence and aptitude.
 
Understanding more about these attributes can greatly assist development. Enabling us to, for example, use more of or adjust a certain attribute to suit a specific situation.
 
They are usually administered online and take from around 5 to 25 minutes to complete, dependent upon the test concerned.
 

Uses Of Psychometric Tests In Development

 
Psychometric tests can be used for a variety of purposes, including:
 

  • Individual development.
  • Team development.
  • Personal effectiveness.
  • Career development.
  • Succession planning.
  • Assessment Centres.

 

Where We Can Assist

 
Loxton Consulting Group provide a comprehensive range of Psychometric Tests for use in development initiatives.
 
We provide trained test interpreters for individual and for group feedback.
 
Listed below are the main types of Psychometric Tests. We can provide all of these.
 

Personality Profiles

 
Personality Profiles measure behavioural style. For example, whether you prefer working in a group or independently. Whether you prefer taking charge or following others. Your sociability, empathy, creativity and other work related attributes.
 
Often, but not always, they are based upon the”Big 5” model of personality that measures: Openness / Conscientiousness / Extraversion / Agreeableness / Neuroticism.
 

Aptitude Tests

 
An aptitude test assesses what someone is capable of doing. They predict what someone is able to learn or do, given the right education and instruction.

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Verbal Reasoning Tests

These measure ability to understand and draw conclusions from written information.
 

Numerical Reasoning Tests

 
Numerical reasoning tests measure the ability to interpret, analyse and draw logical conclusions based on numerical data. They do not measure mathematical ability, but the ability to use numerical data as a tool to make reasoned decisions and solve problems.
 

Inductive Reasoning Tests

 
An inductive reasoning test, sometimes called an abstract reasoning test, measures abilities that are important in solving problems. They measure the ability to work flexibly with unfamiliar information and find solutions. People who perform well on these tests tend to have a greater capacity to think conceptually as well as analytically.
 

Motivation Questionnaires

 
As the name suggests, these questionnaires measure what motivates someone.
 

Emotional Intelligence Questionnaires

 
Emotional Intelligence refers to our understanding of ourselves and of others, and our ability to use this knowledge to achieve our goals. An Emotional Intelligence questionnaire measures the degree of our understanding and ability in each of the areas that contribute to our Emotional Intelligence.


 

 
For Information & advice On Psychometric Testing please call 6232 2722 or email.