Problem Solving Capacity
The IQ test discovers the personís ability to solve problems as well as their ability to learn and understand new concepts and ideas. This is crucial information needed when determining the ability to actually hold an executive position. The higher the score, the more likely the person will do well in a managerial capacity, or in any position where one has to resolve various issues.
In addition to its usefulness for management assessment it is quite effective when assessing an applicant that is required to trouble shoot, repair machinery or generally needs to resolve problems.
Persons scoring low on this test often are "cut off from the fruits of observation"óthey
donít "see," even when you put their attention on the project or task. This test then becomes very important in any aspect that requires keen observations.
The Aptitude test mainly tests the ability of
a person to duplicate verbal or written communications. A person who duplicates
or understands a communication quickly can make decisions quickly. A manager,
executive, coordinator or sales person for example, needs to have the ability to
make swift and accurate decisions.
When a person is given an order or instruction, this assessment shows who can
grasp the true concept of what is requested and then carry out what is wanted or
It is also an excellent measure of whether or not the individual is
accident-prone or tends to make mistakes.