Do you think you can prepare for a psychometric test? If so does it depend on what type? What would you advise?

A Reader asks RecruitAdvisory …..

Do you think you can prepare for a psychometric test? If so does it depend on what type? What would you advise?

If you can prepare for a psychometric test (and by doing so get a “better” score), then the test is redundant. A job-specific test alongside an integrity test is the most accurate way of assessing someone, but it requires alot of work beforehand to assess your top performers in each job in order to profile them and then feed that into the job-specific test.

The more you use this effective combination, the more predictive and successful your recruitment will become. Of course, you need either to be a recruitment agency or a large employer assessing alot of candidates to get the volume to become predictive, and then you need a recruitment platform that plug ‘n’ play connects the test reporting with the recruitment workflows with Quality of Hire Management Reports.

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