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Secondly, Army tests were created by Rob Williams, alongside a team of psychometricians. Plus, we designed, several Officer-based situational judgement tests. And a ‘Soldier’ situational judgment test. Plus, Verbal reasoning and numerical reasoning tests for use at ADSC.
Also, we designed a bespoke personality questionnaire for Army Officer ADSC selection centre at Sandhurst. Plus, a decision-making test was also created for Army Officers.
Army test practice sites
Practice tests, assessment advice, application tips etc can be found in these Army test practice sites:
- Army Fitness Test centres.
- Army Soldier Recruitment Steps.
- ASVAB practice tests.
- British Army application and British Army soldier preparation.
- Passing Army Assessment Centre video.
Army Numerical Reasoning Test design
Specially designed numeracy tests have also become part of the entry requirements for certain professions, such as teaching (QTS practice numeracy tests), and competitive postgraduate degree courses, such as medicine (UKCAT numerical reasoning test).
Army Test Practice – Literacy test practice
Plus, Grammar verbal reasoning test. Answers to grammar verbal reasoning test answers. Also, Punctuation verbal reasoning test. Answer set for punctuation verbal reasoning test answers.And Verbal reasoning test, including Comprehension verbal reasoning test answers.
New Army Test Designs
Most recently, Rob Williams Assessment has been working with the British Army to develop numerical reasoning test designs for trainee soldiers and for trainee Officers in the Army.
In our opinion this is one of the largest test development projects of its kind. It involved many strands of Army test design. Firstly, designing over 20 SJTs. Then, two realistic job previews.
Also, we designed three ability tests. Numerical reasoning. Verbal reasoning. Abstract reasoning.
Plus, personality questionnaires. Finally, career guidance tests.
Army training tests
The three key abilities in Army training:
Firstly, numerical ability.
We define this as the ability to solve mathematical problems and to analyse numerical information.
Secondly, verbal ability.
We define this as the ability to understand and work with written information.
Thirdly, spatial ability.
This is the very important ability to identify patterns and relationships between shapes. Also needed for problem-solving, dealing with new situations. Plus, learning from the experience.