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Matrigma measures general mental ability and is used to predict career success and job performance.
Cognitive ability concerns, among other things, a person’s aptitude for accurate problem solving, logical reasoning and the ability to grasp new information – capabilities that are critical in the world of work.
Matrigma is a nonverbal type of reasoning test that captures fluid intelligence, i.e. the ability to solve problems with no prior knowledge or experience. Matrigma identifies individual potential across cultures regardless of social or educational background.
Research shows that a candidate’s level of cognitive ability helps to predict job performance, job satisfaction, voluntary turnover, training performance, as well as counter-productive work behaviours. In more complex jobs such as managerial or specialist roles, cognitive ability has an even higher impact.
GMA is the single most powerful predictor of workplace performance.
Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory (HBRI)
The HBRI describes reasoning style – the ability to evaluate sets of data, make decisions, solve problems, and avoid repeating past mistakes.
Watson Glaser™ II Critical Thinking Appraisal
The WGCTA II is a verbal measure of critical thinking. It measures an individual’s ability to recognise assumptions, evaluate arguments, and draw conclusions.
Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices (APM)
Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices is a leading global non-verbal measure of mental ability, helping to identify individuals with advanced observation and clear thinking skills who can handle the complexity and ambiguity of the modern workplace.
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