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Purpose of Assessment

The General Reasoning Test (GRT2) is a comprehensive, in-depth and accurate measure of mental ability. It comprises of different tests that have been designed to assess reasoning power for general ability: Verbal (VR2), Numerical (NR2) and Abstract (AR2) reasoning. 

GRT2 requires only a basic level of education and consequently can be used to assess all levels of staff. The test is particularly useful for identifying staff who are likely to benefit from further training and development, and those who demonstrate promotion potential. In addition, it is useful for assessing whether applicants have the minimum ability level needed for a particular job. 

How it improves the evaluation process

GRT2 provides a comprehensive assessment of mental ability. It is quick to complete, taking 28 minutes plus administration time. As mental ability has been consistently found to be the best single predictor of job performance, the GRT2 is an essential tool for cost-effective selection and assessment across a wide range of roles. It is available online.

GRT2 has been completed by thousands of people worldwide from a variety of occupations and cultural backgrounds. As a result, an extensive range of norms exist enabling respondents’ results to be compared to those obtained by a wide range of vocational groups.

Delivery & Reporting Results

GRT2 provides a comprehensive assessment of mental ability. It is quick to complete, taking 28 minutes plus administration time. As mental ability has been consistently found to be the best single predictor of job performance, the GRT2 is an essential tool for cost-effective selection and assessment across a wide range of roles.

 

Project Chart

It is available online. The timing for the test adds up to 28 minutes in total (plus administration time) as detailed below:

  • Verbal part consists of 35 questions ————-8 minutes
  • Numerical part consists of 25 questions——— 10 minutes
  • Abstract part consists of 25 questions———–10 minutes
Validity, Reliability and Reported information

GRT2 has been completed by thousands of people worldwide from a variety of occupations and cultural backgrounds. As a result, an extensive range of norms exist enabling respondents’ results to be compared to those obtained by a wide range of vocational groups 

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