Revelian Separate Ability Tests (RSAT)

The Institute of Managers and Leaders has partnered with Revelian to provide you with access to a range of online assessments for both recruitment and employee development.

Revelian Express gives you immediate access to the insights that are critical in making better people decisions, all through an online, pay-as-you-go testing platform with no-contracts.

Assess the separate elements of cognitive ability through Revelian’s Separate Ability Tests.

Revelian Verbal Reasoning Test (RVRT)

What is Verbal Reasoning?

Verbal reasoning refers to the ability to understand complex verbal relationships and to reason using words.  Verbal reasoning has strong links to job performance in roles requiring the ability to comprehend and analyse written information.  The RVRT consists of 35 questions, each of which requires the candidate to process verbal information in order to answer the question correctly.  The candidate is scored based on the number of questions they have answered correctly.

Why measure Verbal Reasoning when selecting staff?

People who score well on verbal reasoning tests are more likely to quickly grasp concepts framed in words, effectively problem solve using verbal information, and make sound, logical decisions involving words and verbal information.  As a result, people with high levels of verbal reasoning ability are more likely to perform well in roles requiring the ability to comprehend and analyse written information.

Verbal reasoning becomes more important as a predictor of job performance as the complexity of the job increases.  This may be particularly important when recruiting for a role that involves a high degree of communication, both verbal and written, and the ability to understand and draw conclusions from complex verbal information such as technical reports.

 

Revelian Numerical Reasoning Test (RNRT)

What is Numerical Reasoning?

Numerical reasoning refers to the ability to understand numerical relationships and concepts and to reason using numbers.  Numerical reasoning has strong links to job performance in a variety of roles requiring the ability to work with numbers.  The RNRT consists of 25 questions, each of which requires the candidate to process numerical information and answer the correct question.  The candidate is scored based on the number of questions they have answered correctly.

Why measure Numerical Reasoning when selecting staff?

People who score well on numerical reasoning tests are more likely to quickly grasp numerical concepts, effectively problem solve using numerical information, and make sound, logical decisions involving numbers.  As a result, people with high levels of numerical reasoning ability are more likely to perform well in roles requiring the ability to work with numbers.

Numerical reasoning becomes more important as a predictor of job performance as the complexity of the job increases.  As such, numerical reasoning is especially important in jobs that require people to process large amounts of data, such as complex technical jobs and managerial roles.

 

Revelian Abstract Reasoning Test (RART)

What is Abstract Reasoning?

Abstract reasoning refers to the ability to solve conceptual problems by identifying relationships and analysing patterns. Abstract reasoning has strong links to job performance in a variety of roles requiring the ability to make decisions using conceptual information. The RART consists of 32 questions, each of which requires the candidate to process abstract information in order to answer the question correctly.  The candidate is scored based on the number of questions they have answered correctly.

Why measure Abstract Reasoning when selecting staff?

People who score well on abstract reasoning tests are more likely to quickly grasp new, ambiguous and complex concepts, effectively problem solve using nonverbal information, and make sound, logical decisions involving abstract information.  Therefore, those with high levels of abstract reasoning ability are more likely to perform well in roles requiring the ability to work with conceptual information.

Abstract reasoning tests independent of language or numerical ability as they use pictures and shapes instead of words and numbers.  Consequently, they are considered to be a culturally fair and unbiased assessment that can provide an indication of an individual’s potential.

Abstract reasoning becomes more important as a predictor of job performance as the complexity of the job increases.  As such, abstract reasoning is particularly important in roles which require individuals to acquire and apply information quickly and solve complex problems.

 

Are you a Member? Get started today with discounted rates!

 

Not a Member but interested in these tools?

Enquire Today

Provide your details below and we will be in touch shortly.

 

payday payday loans payday loans online viagra viagra online viagra buy generic viagra