Our consultancy work focuses on skills test design and psychometric test design. We believe in the benefits of practice and ensuring fairness in testing. We therefore offer some practice aptitude tests and some practice psychometric tests. The intention is to promote as ‘level a playing-field’ as possible.
All of our psychometric test practice resources are free. So, we hope you enjoy using them! In our opinion, there is plenty of the right type of aptitude test practice, aptitude test tips and test-taking strategies.
We certainly hope you get maximum value from our free psychometric test practice resources! Psychometric test practice works best when it’s specific to the test type and the level of difficulty of the psychometric test you will be taking.
The best psychometric test practice
- Practice abstract reasoning tests.
- Free practice LNAT critical verbal reasoning tests.
- Practice literacy tests
Graduate Psychometric Test Practice
Our first point is that a well-designed selection procedure focuses on predicting a graduate’s competency within a particular work context.
Secondly, that psychometric assessments only form one part of the selection procedure.
Our third point is that personality assessments can give an indication of how well an individual applicant will fit into the existing workplace or team.
Finally, psychometric assessments can assess which applicants are most suited to the demands of the vacant job in terms of both ability and personality factors.
My Psychometric practice test books
Skills test design projects
Ability tests for graduates, including problem-solving aptitude tests and abstract reasoning tests.
UKCAT test practice questions for several clients. Each project encompas
- Verbal reasoning practice tests;
- Numerical reasoning practice tests,
- Abstract reasoning practice tests and
- Decision-making practice aptitude tests.
Firstly, verbal analogies test.
Secondly, ability tests at basic, graduate and at senior managerial levels.
Thirdly, numeracy tests.
Fourthly, practice critical reasoning ability tests (for the LNAT);
And critical reasoning tests.
Next, literacy tests.
Finally, sorting tests, checking tests and other administrative level tests.