In this book, author Andrea Shavick explains all there is to know about psychometric tests: what they are, what they measure, who uses them, why they're used, how they're changing, how to survive them, and even how to avoid them altogether! It includes 35 different, genuine, practice test from SHL Group pls, the world's biggest test publisher. It has 265 questions covering verbal, numerical, abstract and spatial reasoning; mechanical comprehension; fault diagnosis; acutness and personlaity. This book gives you the information, confidence and practice to pass psychometric tests.
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About the Author
Recruitment expert Andrea Shavick is an established writer and broadcaster who has written numerous articles on job hunting, CV preparation and interview technique. She is also the author of Practice Psychometric Tests, Management Level Psychometric Tests, and Psychometric Tests for Graduates.
Table of Contents
Part one - what are psychometric tests?
Chapter 1. What are psychometric tests?
Chapter 2. Why are psychometric tests used?
Chapter 3. Taking psychometric tests - a survival guide
Part two - the practice tests
Chapter 4. Verbal reasoning
Chapter 5. Numerical reasoning
Chapter 6. Abstract reasoning
Chapter 7. Spatial reasoning
Chapter 8. Mechanical comprehension
Chapter 9. Fault diagnosis
Chapter 10. Accuracy tests
Chapter 11. Combination tests
Chapter 12. Personality questionnaires
Chapter 13. What else do psychometric tests test?
Part three - psychometric tests in context
Chapter 14. Keeping it all in perspective
Chapter 15. Avoiding psychometric tests altogether