Certification in Reasoning analysis – Cognitiv Test

Reasoning testing is a cognitive testing tool for assessing a person’s ability to think and reasoning summaries.

This can be used with the employee in a development process or the candidate in a recruitment process. By becoming certified in FinxS Reasoning testing, you gain greater insight and understanding of different forms of intelligence as well as the interrelationships in just one day.

You gain an understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of high / low scores, respectively, and insight into the importance of comparison with relevant norm groups.

FinxS Reasoning tests are used in companies, organizations and HR departments, where assessment of abilities in various areas are important success criteria. In addition, it is also used as competence development and in recruitment processes.

If you are interested in the certification and would like to try one or two of the Reasoning tests – contact us at + 4570 26 32 25 or info@hrsolutions.dk.

Reasoning Testing is a cognitive testing tool for assessing a person’s ability to think and reasoning Applications.

Reasoning test is a psychological test with up to 9 individual tests. These include the following areas:

  • Abstract Logical Reasoning
  • Understanding Logical Processes
  •  Spatial Reasoning
  • Understanding Social Context
  • Numerical Reasoning
  • Mathematic Logical Reasoning
  • Word Association
  • Visual Memory
  • Verbal Reasoning

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    Be certified

    Step 1: E-learning

    The e-learning course consists of 7 lessons + 1 test with internships in between.

    The final test must be passed before the certification days.

    The e-learning course can be completed at your own pace, so you can log off and on as many times as you like.

    Step 2: Your reasoning

    Before the certification days, you must yourself, as well as have three “testpersons”, to complete a reasoning test.
    The results from this will be used as a background for training and feedback on the actual certification day.

    Step 3: Certification training

    The certification will be completed virtually over 3 x 2 hours with a focus on exercises, interpretation and how to actively use Reasoning testing in competence development as well as in recruitment.

    Benefits from the certification – what do you get with you?

    On the 3 x 2 hours certification, you learn to interpret and give feedback to the analyzed person, where you also get good advice on how to give the best possible feedback.

    The certification in the Reasoning test gives you the prerequisite to be able to develop your employees or recruit the right person for the job.

    Reasoning testing can advantageously be combined with Extended DISC Basic, to nuance the image of the candidate even more.

    The certification is based on the 3G factors, which were developed by Charles Edward Spearman in 1904.

    To be certified in a vocational test, you must complete the 9 tests yourself and undergo an e-learning course.

    The theory and the results are used as a background for training in feedback on the tests, so that the results can then be compared with different target groups.

    9 separate tests

    Abstract Logical Reasoning

    The ability to see wholes and possibilities, as well as understand the interrelationships between different elements.

    Relates to general learning ability that can be developed. Selected relevant work areas:

    Business development, abstract mathematics, IT, research and craftsman / building designer.

    Understanding Logical Processes

    The ability to understand causal relationships and their effects.

    Also the understanding of how information is translated into everyday life as well as systematic thinking.

    This area is more difficult to develop. Selected relevant work areas:

    Computer programming, research, analysis, project management, sales, purchasing and logistics.

    Spatial Reasoning

    The ability to see logical processes visually, as well as the ability to control the information gathered through visual thinking.

    Spatial thinking is often associated with creative subjects.

    Selected relevant work areas:

    Illustrators, hairdressers, artists, photographers, designers, graphic designers, UI designs and architects

    Understanding Social Context

    The ability to understand contexts and other people.

    A high score indicates great human empathy; some people sense quickly and intuitively if a colleague is not thriving.

    It is the understanding of the social context that comes into play.

    Selected relevant work areas: Leaders, educators, politicians, salespeople, custumer service, physiotherapists and doctors.

    Numerical Reasoning

    The ability to perceive the relationship between numerical information.

    We all know the number rows where you have to write the next thing in the row.

    Some see it right away, while others have to spend more time seeing the context.

    Selected relevant work areas:

    General subjects with numerical understanding, retail, management, accounting, payroll, purchasing, logistics, finance and sales.

    Mathematic Logical Reasoning

    The ability to understand the logical application of mathematics, evaluate arguments and demonstrate erroneous conclusions.

    The ability to apply mathematics, logic and / or statistics in the decision-making process.

    Selected relevant work areas:

    Data analysis, research, analyst, purchaser, strategic sales, negotiations, engineers, logistics and managers.

    Word Association

    The ability to understand the connection between different concepts and to classify information. It is the ability to combine data that has a context.

    Typically the ability to come up with solutions to known problems.

    Selected relevant work areas:

    Journalism, planning, language comprehension, marketing, politics, negotiation, all places where word meaning is important and project management.

    Visual Memory

    The ability to store many visual objects. The test result reflects how quickly a person can identify small differences in relatively similar images. Indicates how large the working memory capacity is.

    A person with low working memory will benefit from short and repeated messages, as opposed to a person with high working memory.

    Selected relevant work areas:

    Detailed planning, architectural design, graphic planning, all jobs that require good memory.

    Verbal Reasoning

    The ability to understand written information, conceptualize it and find causal connections.

    The result reflects the ability to identify important information and sort out irrelevant information in relation to the problem to be solved.

    Selected relevant work areas:

    Journalism, lawyer, data and analysis collection, identification and problem solving, the ability to identify a message, legal texts, certifications – can be used in all job contexts where there is a need to be able to read and understand complicated texts

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