The methodology is the scientific basis for building the tests.
Below, 8 of the methodologies that our testing is based on:
- Fluid Reasoning Test: Mindsight's Fluid Reasoning Test measures an individual's fluid intelligence and is based on the Cattel-Horn-Carrol (CHC) methodology of human intelligence. It`s the most challenging battery test and has a high level of reliability and validity. It measures the individual's cognitive ability, which is essential for problem solving and information processing.
- Social: The social test is a Situational Judgment Test (SJT) of interpersonal skills. The SJT is the best alternative psychometric test to measure social intelligence without the need for a face-to-face evaluator.
- Learning Agility: The learning agility test measures the ability to handle and learn from new experiences flexibly and quickly, testing new behaviors, gathering feedback and reflecting on previous attempts. It is widely used for selecting and developing leaders.
- Motivational: The motivational test is a Conditional Reasoning Test, which measures the relative strength of having a motivation inner drive. The test questions identify the justification mechanisms that the subject attributes to situations. In this way, it is possible to measure the drive to achieve, that is, the energy and determination to achieve goals.
- Fit Cultural: The organizational culture test measures values and beliefs linked to the work environment, in order of priority. A cultural mapping is built based on the company's reference people, and then, during the selection process, to identify the adherence of each candidate in a comparative way a cross analysis with the reference people is realized. The test is an adapted version of the Organizational Cultural Profilete testing method (O'Reilly, Chatman, and Caldwell (1991), translated and validated in Brazil.
This test is based on the Big Five theory and measures 16 different personality attributes that can range from 0 to 100. At the end of the mapping, each person tested reveals a unique combination of characteristics, with different intensities.
- Interests: This test was built with a focus on operational positions and is based on the hexagon theory of Holland, the researcher who created the method. Through simple questions it`s possible to identify the individual's interests, which can be conventional, realistic, investigative, artistic, social and entrepreneurial.
- Simple Reasoning: It`s a simplified version of the Fluid Reasoning test, adapted to operational positions. The test is quick and the result is “pass” or “fail”, as the objective is to identify, through a cutting ruler, the basic cognitive skill for problem solving.