PI COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT

PI COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT
Measuring an individual’s capacity to learn, adapt, and grasp new concepts in the workplace.

IntroDUCTION

What is the PI Cognitive Assessment

It is a general, 12-minute timed cognitive ability assessment that measures an individual’s capacity to learn quickly.

Assessment-takers are tasked with completing as many correct answers as possible to a set of 50 questions of varying difficulty that cover: Numerical, Abstract and Verbal abilities.

The assessment is available online in more than 75 languages.

Details

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AT GLANCE

  • 12 minutes / 50 question format
  • Online with dynamic content
  • Available in over 75 languages
  • 100% culturally neutral
  • Reliable and validated for workplace use

REASON TO USE

Cognitive ability is considered to be one of the best predictors of training success and job performance. When cognitive ability is used as a key data point in talent decision-making, the odds are greatly improved for selecting individuals who can catch on quick, figure things out on their own, and are able to meet or exceed performance expectations sooner.

 

ScientiFIC

The PI Cognitive Assessment is a scientifically validated measure of general mental ability, built following strict standards of test construction set by professional organizations such as the APA (American Psychological Association), SIOP (Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology), and the ITC (International Test Commission).

INSIGHTS

WHAT DOES THE PI COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT MEASURE?

The PI Cognitive Assessment is a general cognitive ability assessment that measures an individual’s capacity to learn quickly, grasp new concepts, adapt to changing circumstances, and understand complexity in the work place. The assessment consists of questions covering: Numerical, Abstract and Verbal abilities,

Cognitive ability is considered to be one of the best predictors of training success and job performance.

Conclusive research finds that when measured, specific cognitive abilities are so highly-rated that they represent a single underlying factor known as ‘g’ – general cognitive ability. This means that when a person scores highly on a ‘g’ measure like this one, they are likely to be successful in the area requiring strong cognitive abilities by demonstrating capabilities of performing at higher levels for workplace tasks.