The Employee Aptitude Survey (EAS) consists of 10 tests specifically designed to measure cognitive, perceptual, and psychomotor abilities required for successful performance in a wide variety of occupations. The tests are published separately and can be selected to form custom batteries.
Skills and Abilities Assessed
Verbal Ability – measures the ability to understand written words and the ideas associated with them. It includes the ability to read, understand, and interpret written materials.
Numerical Ability – measures the ability to perform mathematical calculations quickly and accurately. It includes adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers, decimals, and fractions.
Perceptual Ability – measures the ability to perceive detailed information quickly and accurately including both verbal and numerical material.
Reasoning – measures the ability to analyze and evaluate information and to arrive at correct conclusions.
Space Visualization – measures the ability to visualize forms in space and manipulate objects mentally. Space Visualization is a strong component of “mechanical aptitude.”
Word Fluency – measures the ability to use words with flexibility and ease.
Manual Dexterity –measures the ability to make repetitive, fine finger movements rapidly and accurately.
Target Population/Types of Jobs
Applicants and employees for most positions; useful for employee selection, placement, promotion, training and development, and more.
- Verbal Comprehension
- Numerical Ability
- Visual Pursuit
- Space Visualization
- Word Fluency
- Verbal Reasoning
- Symbolic Reasoning
- Manual Speed and Accuracy
- Visual Speed and Accuracy
- Numerical Reasoning