Tests and questionnaires are often referred to as ‘psychometric’ because psychological theories of human behaviour and its measurement have been used in their construction. A psychometric test looks deceptively simple, but it’s not just a list of questions and answers. It is a rigorous scientific process that takes highly trained professionals considerable time and effort to develop. Psychometric tests measure a candidate’s personality, abilities, values, and behaviour patterns and are typically used for selection, recruitment, and development of individuals who are best suited to ensure on-going success of your company operations.

MindSprouts psychometric tests and inventories are made by experts who have been trained by the best institutes in the world and have years of experience in item creation, validation, and other test mechanics. All our tests are developed in-house in compliance with international test construction guidelines as set by the British Psychological Society as well as the American Psychological Association.

At MindSprouts, we believe that no two companies are alike which is why we design custom tests keeping in mind your company’s specific requirements in order to ensure an accurate bearing of the candidate’s behaviour profile. A custom test could provide organizations with a valuable competitive advantage by gaining a unique understanding of employee personalities, their key motivators, and their limits and development opportunities.

Like a Michelin star chef, we focus on the intricate details and put together seemingly arbitrary set of questions that when used together can yield useful insights about the capabilities of the test taker. Our assessments enable you to make smart choices and take effective decisions when it comes to placing people in suitable roles. The data from the tests can be used to improve:

  1. Selection of candidates’ best suited to your company requirements
  2. Analyse areas of employee development
  3. Evaluate and align organization culture with the workforce
  4. Curb attrition rates
  5. Measure team effectiveness
  6. Check for intrinsic behaviour patterns

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