Introducing the Adapt-g Ability Test

Introducing the Adapt-g Ability Test Psytech has unveiled its latest ability assessment, the Adapt-g. Designed to assess reasoning ability (like the traditional GRT1 and GRT2), its key advantages are that: It is an adaptive test, meaning that it tailors question difficulty on the fly to suit the test-taker’s ability level, and can be administered unsupervised. It focuses on general mental ability, or g, which is consistently shown to be the best single predictor of job performance and trainability.

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Custom Norms - Getting it Right

Building your own norms for psychometric tests is like assembling kit set furniture: it’s not hard, but if you don’t stick to the instructions you can end up in a right mess. This article explains the most important guidelines for building robust norms that give more meaning to test scores. Why Custom Norms? Generic norms are fine when you only need to (a) rank-order candidates, or (b) have an idea of where a candidate sits in a general population.

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Psytech Solutions

Psytech is developing a wide variety of solutions designed to assist organisations hire, develop and retain their staff. The new solutions range of products remove some of the barriers that prevent many HR professionals and decision makers from using psychometric assessments: They allow decision makers access to assessments without the need for extensive training in psychological testing principles. They reduce the workload of having to conduct a job analysis, identify the appropriate tests and interpret the results in light of the job requirements.

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