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Example Skills (Traits) Report of
laboratory manager
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General average
A general mathematical average of all tests tested, it is important to understand that there are tests of different importance and therefore the average does not necessarily reflect the level of the examiner in the position.
Precision
The level of accuracy acquired, in relation to the number of questions answered, and in relation to the general population. The higher the level of accuracy, the more precisely the testee works at tasks that require complex thinking.
Performance Speed
The number of questions answered, within a limited time, compared to the general population. The higher the performance speed, the more quickly testee works at tasks demanding complex thinking.
Applicant's general mental ability; an indication of his / her ability to learn; take in information, process it and use it; learn new skills and cope with intellectual challenges.
Trait-related tests
Verbal Analogies 7 Memory - Names 7 Numeric Series 6
The ability to draw tangible conclusions from abstract ideas.
Trait-related tests
Verbal Analogies 7
Tests knowledge of the English language on two levels: vocabulary, from basic words to an advanced level; and general understanding of meaning.
Trait-related tests
English Knowledge and Comprehension 8
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The ability to recognize forms hidden within a complex figure structure, while ignoring non-relevant stimuli. It is correlated with creative thinking, flexibility, originality, ability to develop new ideas and improvisation.
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Same shapes 5
General computational ability, accuracy and speed in arithmetic, numerical approximation and mathematical reasoning and logic.
Trait-related tests
Numeric Series 6 Numerical Computation 4
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The ability to quickly and efficiently perform simple, repetitive and monotonous tasks, ones that demand attention, concentration, awareness to details and precision.
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Match strings 6 Same shapes 5
The ability to remember data one encounters on a daily basis, and integrate it into former memories, in order to use it at a later time to accomplish goals and complete tasks. The memorized material is meaningful and context dependant.
Trait-related tests
Memory - Names 7
The ability to deal with verbal content problems successfully; the ability to analyze and understand complex verbal information.
Trait-related tests
Verbal Analogies 7 Understanding Verbal Instructions 6 Memory - Names 7
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The extent of knowledge learned throughout life in various fields, reflecting the potential for future learning.
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Memory - Names 7 English Knowledge and Comprehension 8 Numerical Computation 4
The ability to analyze data of different types and draw practical conclusions from it.
Trait-related tests
Verbal Analogies 7 Understanding Verbal Instructions 6 Numeric Series 6
Example Skills (Exams) Report of
laboratory manager
output: 92.3% Time Utilization: 86.1%
Same shapes
started : 08/09/21 13:29 | ended : 08/09/21 13:33
norm: 13-15 years (Secondary / academic education)
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accuracy
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The test is part of the accuracy and speed tests. The test examin the ability to work quickly and accurately, find specific signs and operate the mouse. These skills are essential for jobs that require visual fidelity, such as reading drawings, finding information on cluttered screens, and general responsiveness.
use: 100% out of 4 minutes
In this test the results are being calculated in a different way and mistakes cannot be observed.
started : 08/09/21 13:29 | ended : 08/09/21 13:33
The test is part of the accuracy and speed tests. The test examin the ability to work quickly and accurately, find specific signs and operate the mouse. These skills are essential for jobs that require visual fidelity, such as reading drawings, finding information on cluttered screens, and general responsiveness.
Understanding Verbal Instructions
started : 12/10/21 09:56 | ended : 12/10/21 10:05
norm: 13-15 years (Secondary / academic education)
score
12 correct answers from 18
accuracy
12 correct answers from what was done 14
output
14 answers from 18
The ability to understand verbal instructions given in writing, and implement them appropriately. The test consists of complex instructions, i.e. The instructions include several operative stages, which might or might not be linked to each other (example: order, dependency, condition).
use: 100% out of 9 minutes
started : 12/10/21 09:56 | ended : 12/10/21 10:05
The ability to understand verbal instructions given in writing, and implement them appropriately. The test consists of complex instructions, i.e. The instructions include several operative stages, which might or might not be linked to each other (example: order, dependency, condition).
Verbal Analogies
started : 14/10/21 09:04 | ended : 14/10/21 09:09
norm: 13-15 years (Secondary / academic education)
score
17 correct answers from 21
accuracy
17 correct answers from what was done 21
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21 answers from 21
Verbal Analogies are a significant part of human intelligence, inductive reasoning and common sense, as well as a component of learning ability, general understanding and the ability to generate new ideas.
use: 69% out of 7 minutes
started : 14/10/21 09:04 | ended : 14/10/21 09:09
Verbal Analogies are a significant part of human intelligence, inductive reasoning and common sense, as well as a component of learning ability, general understanding and the ability to generate new ideas.
Numeric Series
started : 09/09/21 15:35 | ended : 09/09/21 15:44
norm: 13-15 years (Secondary / academic education)
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13 correct answers from 25
accuracy
13 correct answers from what was done 25
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25 answers from 25
Numeric Series Test examine the ability to inductive and deductive reasoning. This ability has been considered a critical component of human intelligent for decades. To separate the ability to perform complex arithmetic calculations from numerical reasoning, one needs to use only the 4 basic arithmetic operations, thus, an item's level depends on the difficulty to identify the underlining rule.
use: 98% out of 9 minutes
started : 09/09/21 15:35 | ended : 09/09/21 15:44
Numeric Series Test examine the ability to inductive and deductive reasoning. This ability has been considered a critical component of human intelligent for decades. To separate the ability to perform complex arithmetic calculations from numerical reasoning, one needs to use only the 4 basic arithmetic operations, thus, an item's level depends on the difficulty to identify the underlining rule.
Numerical Computation
started : 10/09/21 15:21 | ended : 10/09/21 15:29
norm: 13-15 years (Secondary / academic education)
score
12 correct answers from 25
accuracy
12 correct answers from what was done 21
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21 answers from 25
Numerical Computation questions requires mastering the basic principles of arithmetic; the test requires providing accurate or approximate answers to the exercises presented.
use: 100% out of 8 minutes
started : 10/09/21 15:21 | ended : 10/09/21 15:29
Numerical Computation questions requires mastering the basic principles of arithmetic; the test requires providing accurate or approximate answers to the exercises presented.
Match strings
started : 08/09/21 14:17 | ended : 08/09/21 14:21
norm: 13-15 years (Secondary / academic education)
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42 correct answers from 50
accuracy
42 correct answers from what was done 45
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45 answers from 50
This test examine a person's ability to work accurately and quickly in detecting differences between simple stimuli. This type of skill is important in various administrative and clerical jobs, But it is also required in other areas such as systems management programming and more.
use: 100% out of 4 minutes
started : 08/09/21 14:17 | ended : 08/09/21 14:21
This test examine a person's ability to work accurately and quickly in detecting differences between simple stimuli. This type of skill is important in various administrative and clerical jobs, But it is also required in other areas such as systems management programming and more.
English Knowledge and Comprehension
started : 09/09/21 16:30 | ended : 09/09/21 16:36
norm: 13-15 years (Secondary / academic education)
score
18 correct answers from 19
accuracy
18 correct answers from what was done 19
output
19 answers from 19
English is an essential worldwide language in many fields. At the same time, the Knowledge and comprehension of English is required at different levels for different jobs or professions.
use: 28% out of 16 minutes
started : 09/09/21 16:30 | ended : 09/09/21 16:36
English is an essential worldwide language in many fields. At the same time, the Knowledge and comprehension of English is required at different levels for different jobs or professions.
Memory - Names
started : 09/09/21 20:32 | ended : 09/09/21 20:34
norm: 13-15 years (Secondary / academic education)
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8 correct answers from 10
accuracy
8 correct answers from what was done 10
output
10 answers from 10
Memory is considered one of the components of human intelligence. This test examine the immediate verbal memory component of everyday life memory in the real world.
use: 92% out of 2 minutes
started : 09/09/21 20:32 | ended : 09/09/21 20:34
Memory is considered one of the components of human intelligence. This test examine the immediate verbal memory component of everyday life memory in the real world.
Example Personality (Traits) Report of
laboratory manager
very high
Accepting authority
The ability to accept the authority and authority of those in charge, without feeling frustrated or discriminated against, and to act in accordance with the norms of the organization.
average high
Ability to get criticism
Readiness, openness and personal maturity to receive comments or demands for change, in a way that will lead to improved work performance and without feeling threatened, frustrated or discriminated against.
Persistence in the task
Self-propelled ability to finish tasks, perform tasks to the fullest despite distractions or boredom.
Activism
Socialism, energy, optimism, enthusiasm and talk.
Employment stability
a need for security, stability and continuity in the workplace.
Individual work
Individual work
Modesty
Modesty
average
Work in cooperation
Mutual assistance, consideration, openness and good interpersonal communication during the performance of the team's mission. Also, the ability to accept different positions and beliefs, without judgment, understanding and acceptance of the other.
Stress function
The ability to function efficiently, with discretion and self-control, in light of time pressures, overload conditions, ambiguity, frustration and pressure, and stress and conflict situations characteristic of teamwork.
Openness
Active search for new experiences, developed imagination and a tendency to creative thinking.
Calm
Calm
Introverted
Introverted
average low
Ambition
Setting high goals, willingness to work hard to achieve the goals and a high level of investment in achieving the goal.
low
Ability to lead people
The ability to lead others towards carrying out a mission, to discover authority, leadership, and motivation among others.
Ability to provide service
Kindness, altruism, a desire to help others, warmth and a high capacity for trust.
Sales tendency
The extent to which there is a personal tendency to engage in sales (apart from sales skills, which should be examined separately).
very low
Self responsibility
The degree to which the individual can be relied upon to meet the tasks and responsibilities under his responsibility, his willingness to carry out a dedicated and faithful performance of the tasks required in the position, and his willingness to bear the consequences stemming from the quality of the performance.
Independent work
Independent work
skills
(9 sections distribution)
9 very high (4%)
 
4%
9) Indicator 96-100, ~ 4% higher points, ~ 96% achieved a lower score (4% achieved exactly this point) - ~ about 4% of candidates have this point, which means that they are special persons.
8 high (10%)
 
7%
8) Indicator 89-96, ~ 4% got a higher score, ~ 89% got a lower score (7% achieved this exact score) - ~ About 10% of candidates have this score (or higher), that is, some people are in this rating and above.
7 above average (23%)
 
12%
7) Scoring 77-89, ~ 11% got a higher score, ~ 77% got a lower score (12% achieved this exact score) - ~ About 1/4 of candidates have this score (or higher), which means a small fraction of candidates.
6 high average (40%)
 
17%
6) Indicator 60-77, ~ 23% got a higher score, ~ 60% got a lower score (17% achieved this exact score) - ~ about 40% of candidates have this score (or higher), which means the level is slightly above average.
5 average (50%)
 
20%
5) Indicator 40-60%, ~ 40% got a higher score, ~ 40% got a lower score (20% got this exact score). ~ This is an average score, half of the candidates get a higher score and half a lower score.
4 low average (60%)
 
17%
4) Indicator 23-40%, ~ 60% got a higher score, ~ 23% got a lower score (17% achieved this exact result). - ~ About 60% of candidates have achieved a higher level, which means that the level is slightly below average.
3 below average (75%)
 
12%
3) Indicator 11-23%, ~ 77% achieved a higher score, ~ 11% achieved a lower score (12% achieved exactly this point) - ~ about 3/4 of candidates achieved higher scores than this level.
2 low (90%)
 
7%
2) Indicator 4–11%, ~ 89% achieved a higher score, ~ 4% achieved a lower score (7% achieved exactly this point) - ~ about 90% of candidates achieved a higher level than this level.
1 very low (96%)
 
4%
1) Indicator 0-4%, ~ 4% below points, ~ 96% achieved a higher score (4% achieved exactly this point) - ~ Almost all candidates received higher scores than this level.

The [9] Scale: Represents the percentile of population that will reach or surpass this grade.
This implies the majority of the population will score 4, 5 or 6 and only a fraction will score 9 or 1.

personality
(7 sections distribution)
7 very high (5%)
 
5%
Might 96-100%, top 5% of the population, 95% have a lower score (5% have just reached this mark) About 5% of the population is in this grade, which means they are individuals of virtue.
6 high (15%)
 
10%
Masons 86-95%, 5% scored higher, 85% scored lower (10% scored exactly) - about 15% of the population is (or higher), which means a small proportion of the population.
5 average high (35%)
 
20%
Masons 66-85%, 15% have a higher score, 60% have a lower score (20% have just reached this score), and about 35% of the population is (or higher), which means the level is slightly above average.
4 average (50%)
 
30%
Masons 36-65%, 35% have a higher score, 35% have a lower score (30% have just scored) This is the average grade, half the people score higher and half lower score.
3 average low (65%)
 
20%
Masons 16-35%, 65% scored higher, 15% scored lower (20% scored exactly), and 65% of the population achieved higher than this level, which means the level is slightly below average.
2 low (80%)
 
10%
Masons 6-15%, 85% scored higher, 5% scored lower (10% scored exactly), and 85% of the population achieved higher levels than this.
1 very low (95%)
 
5%
Masters 0-5%, 5% lower grades, 95% scored higher (5% scored exactly), almost all examinees achieved higher levels than this.

The [7] Scale: Represents the percentile of population that will reach or surpass this grade.
This implies the majority of the population will score 3, 4 or 5 and only a fraction will score 7 or 1.

The Personality Report is based on research conducted by Logipass that observed how a person ranks himself, his views and the way others rate him.

The scores range from "very high" to "very low" and are statistically relative, i.e. "very high" is relatively high in comparison to the population and in other words reflects the fact that the majority of people rank lower in a specific metric.

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Applicant's general mental ability; an indication of his / her ability to learn; take in information, process it and use it; learn new skills and cope with intellectual challenges.

The ability to draw tangible conclusions from abstract ideas.

Tests knowledge of the English language on two levels: vocabulary, from basic words to an advanced level; and general understanding of meaning.

The ability to recognize forms hidden within a complex figure structure, while ignoring non-relevant stimuli. It is correlated with creative thinking, flexibility, originality, ability to develop new ideas and improvisation.

General computational ability, accuracy and speed in arithmetic, numerical approximation and mathematical reasoning and logic.

The ability to quickly and efficiently perform simple, repetitive and monotonous tasks, ones that demand attention, concentration, awareness to details and precision.

The ability to remember data one encounters on a daily basis, and integrate it into former memories, in order to use it at a later time to accomplish goals and complete tasks. The memorized material is meaningful and context dependant.

The ability to deal with verbal content problems successfully; the ability to analyze and understand complex verbal information.

The extent of knowledge learned throughout life in various fields, reflecting the potential for future learning.

The ability to analyze data of different types and draw practical conclusions from it.

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Technical Understanding
Instructions

In this test, you'll be shown images describing a variety of situations. For each question, you must select the most logical option from the data presented below.

Understanding basic mechanical-technical principles, simple tools and basic knowledge in electricity.

Which rope will rip first?
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It is not possible to determine.
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correct answer
wrong answer
The rope that will rip first is the diagonal rope, as described in picture number 1. The reason is that both a vertical force and a horizontal force work on the diagonal rope, whereas the other ropes are affected by only one force.
In which of the following situations will both light bulbs be lit?
3
It is not possible to determine.
1
2
correct answer
wrong answer
the correct answer is 3, where we see two switches closed. The electric circle leading to each light bulb is closed, and when the circle is closed, electricity can go through the circle and reach the light bulb. In answers 1 and 2 only one circle is closed, so only one light bulb gets electricity.
A test tube is filled with water. The cork is released, in which direction will the test tube move in?
It is not possible to determine
2
At the other side
1
correct answer
wrong answer
The correct answer is 1, where the cork flies in the opposite direction than the tube. When the tube is heated, the water inside the tube is also heated, and the pressure inside the tube rises. When the pressure reaches a high enough level, it will push the cork out. As a result of the pressure - the cork will fly in one direction and the tube in the other.
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Memory - Names
Instructions

In this test you will be presented with a list of names.You must memorize the names displayed orally only!!!

You'll have 2 minutes to memorize.

We recommend that you use all the time for memorizing the list, You won't be able to return to the list afterwards.


In the next step, you'll be asked to match the first names to the surnames, as they were in the original list.
for example, The list of names is:

Violet & Moshe Smith
Olivia & Henry Williams
David & Sharon Johnson

Memory is considered one of the components of human intelligence. This test examine the immediate verbal memory component of everyday life memory in the real world.

Smith
Aden
David
Katlyn
Violet
correct answer
wrong answer
One of the names you memorized was "Violet Smith". Therefore, the correct answer is "Violet".
Williams
Henry
Ethan
Violet
Oliver
correct answer
wrong answer
One of the names you memorized was "Henry Williams". Therefore, the correct answer is "Henry".
Johnson
Jayden
David
Katlyn
Moshe
correct answer
wrong answer
One of the names you memorized was "David Johnson". Therefore, the correct answer is "David".
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Match strings
Instructions

In this test you will be presented with two sequences of symbols and letters.
You need to determine whether the two sequences are identical or different from one another.

This test examine a person's ability to work accurately and quickly in detecting differences between simple stimuli. This type of skill is important in various administrative and clerical jobs, But it is also required in other areas such as systems management programming and more.

alksd,54e' alksd,54e'
Identical
Different
correct answer
wrong answer
The two pieces of text are identical.
4!terty5ro 4!kerty5ro
Identical
Different
correct answer
wrong answer
There is a difference between the two pieces of text.
2d45i;-/!& 2d45i;-/!&
Identical
Different
correct answer
wrong answer
The two pieces of text are identical.
$%gh24t&^, $&gh24t&^,
Identical
Different
correct answer
wrong answer
There is a difference between the two pieces of text.
kj1$hsf#$o kj1$hsf#$o
Identical
Different
correct answer
wrong answer
The two pieces of text are identical.
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English Knowledge and Comprehension
Instructions

In this test A text is followed by 5 questions related to it. You must read the text and answer the question accordingly. In the first part, the text will appears alone, without questions. Then the questions will appear, along with the text so that you can answer without having to remember it.

The time that will not be used in this section will Automatically pass to the questions section.

English is an essential worldwide language in many fields. At the same time, the Knowledge and comprehension of English is required at different levels for different jobs or professions.

A learning disability is:
Seven areas.
A surprising underachievement.
Working memory problems.
A 1970 definition.
correct answer
wrong answer
Here is some text and some questions related to it. You must answer the questions, according to written text.
The difference between RD and MD is:
We know more about MD.
It is easy to diagnose RD, but not MD.
We know more about RD.
RD is a learning disability, but MD is not.
correct answer
wrong answer
Here is some text and some questions related to it. You must answer the questions, according to written text.
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English Knowledge and Comprehension
Instructions

This test will show sentences in which a word is missing. Choose from the answers below the word that best completes the sentence.

English is an essential worldwide language in many fields. At the same time, the Knowledge and comprehension of English is required at different levels for different jobs or professions.

The doctor was late because of an ______ at the hospital
checkboard
dream
intelligent
emergency
correct answer
wrong answer
The correct answer is "emergency". Other words "dream", "checkerboard" and "intelligent" are not appropriate to complete the sentence.
You may be surprised to ______ from me
see
talk
listen
hear
correct answer
wrong answer
The correct answer is "hear". Other words "see", "talk" and "listen"are not appropriate to complete the sentence.
I have been __________ in line for hours
going
searching
holding
waiting
correct answer
wrong answer
The correct answer is "waiting". Other words "going", "holding" and "searching" are not appropriate to complete the sentence.
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Numerical Computation
Instructions

In this test you will be presented with some calculation exercises. In some of the exercises, you will need reach an exact answer, using the four basic calculus operations: addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*) and division (: or /). In other exercises, you will need to estimate the result, and will not be required to reach an exact answer.
Use of calculator or writing is forbidden.
This test contains 25 questions. The allotted time is 8 minutes.

Numerical Computation questions requires mastering the basic principles of arithmetic; the test requires providing accurate or approximate answers to the exercises presented.

Exercise:
1/2-1/7
1/5
1/3
1/6
1/4
correct answer
wrong answer
7/14-2/14=5/14
The denominator remains unchanged, as it is identical (14). We subtract the nominators one from the other (7 minus 2), and receive 5 in the nominator. 5/14 is a fraction close to 5/15, which is 1/3. Therefore, the answer is 1/3.
Exercise :
14+23
23
37
25
29
correct answer
wrong answer
One can solve the exercise using long addition. Add the unity numerals, which are written one above the other: 4+3=7
Next, add the decimal numerals, which are written one above the other: 1+2=3
23
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14
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37
A second way to solve the exercise is to dismantle the smaller number (14) into 10 and whatever is left (4). Next, add 23+10=33. Finally, add 4 to 33, and the result is 37.
Exercise:
What is the approximate result of 7,388+844
8,231
8,229
8,235
8,237
correct answer
wrong answer
7,388+488=8,232
By long addition, explained in the first example, one can reach the answer 8232. Out of all the options presented, 8,231 are the closes to the right answer.
Exercise:
How much is 15% out of 600?
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85
90
95
correct answer
wrong answer
We calculate how much 10% out of 600 are. For that we solve the next exercise:
600*10
_______
100
Because we have a multiplication operation, we can lose the zeros in the nominator (top part of the fraction) with the zeros in the denominator (bottom part of the fraction). We are left with 10*6=60. Meaning- 10% out of 600 are 60. Now we need to find out how much are the additional 5%, in order to reach 15%. For that, we can divide the 10% we have already calculated in 2, so we will have 5%: 60/2=30. Now we can add 10%+5%, which are 60+30=90.
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Data Reading
Instructions

This test will show you data in a table or chart.
For each question, you must examine the data presented and select the appropriate answer.

The test examine the ability to read data presented graphically or tabularly and draw conclusions from it.

Compared between boys and girls, aged two years, compared to childbirth:
Girls growth rate similar to that of boys in height, but are significantly higher than head circumference
Girls growth rate similar to that of boys in two dimensions (height and head circumference)
Girls growth rate similar to that of boys in height, but are significantly lower head circumference
The growth rate of girls is lower than that of boys in two dimensions (height and head circumference)
correct answer
wrong answer
Should be the rate (percent) change between the age of birth to age two. For girls do without increased height of 49 cm height of 86, and the change is analogous with the boys, from 50 to 87. Percent (86 from 49 and 87 from 50) are very similar. Similarly, change in head circumference of girls is from -34.8 to -47.4 from -35.8 and sons to 48.7. again, the numbers are close, and the percent are similar.
In order for the column "second score (of 5)" column of the "second score (out of 15)", complete the following
Multiply each score by 5
Multiply each score by 3
Multiply each score by 10 and subtract 5
Add each score 10 points
correct answer
wrong answer
The correct answer is that multiply each score by 3. This can be seen easily when we look at the number of students grades 5 and 6, which scored five perfect work, and Vatamh- their score of 15 is 15.al to reach a score of 5 and 15, multiplied 3 times The same action should be performed for all grades, always means multiply all scores 3 times to get to the page "second exam score (of 5)" column of the "second esam score (out of 15)".
For curves "Height" - we can say that:
Sometimes boys longer than girls, and sometimes girls longer than boys
Boys consistently shorter girls
Boys consistently longer than girls
Girls consistently longer than boys
correct answer
wrong answer
You can see that the curve height of the boys (which starts and ends with the number 50 and number 87 painted striped blue line) is always above the curve height of the girls (which starts and ends in the number 49 and number 86 painted red dotted line).
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Verbal Analogies
Instructions

In this test you will be presented with a bold pair of words (the "question"). You'll need to find the connection between these words. Next, you'll need to choose the pair that maintains the most similar connection to the bold pair of words.

Note: The order of the words in a couple is important.
This test includes 21 questions, you have 7 minutes.

Verbal Analogies are a significant part of human intelligence, inductive reasoning and common sense, as well as a component of learning ability, general understanding and the ability to generate new ideas.

House: Roof
Tree:
Roots
Treetop
Branches
Leaves
correct answer
wrong answer
The correct answer is treetop. The connection between house and roof is that "roof is the top part of a house". One needs to understand what is the top part of the tree. That is the treetop. Meaning: "roof is the top part of a house" just as "treetop is the top part of a tree".
Eye: Optometrist
Children: Pediatrician
Birth: Gynecologist
Teeth: Dental Hygienist
Ear: Radiologist
correct answer
wrong answer
The correct answer is dental hygienist. An Optometrist is a professional person working on the organ "eye", just as a dental hygienist is a professional person working on the organ "teeth". All the other pairs do not maintain this relation.
Shallow: Deep
True: False
Black: White
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The correct answer is "low: high". The connection between shallow and deep is one of power: "deep is more than shallow". They may seem like opposites (like true and false or black and white), but these qualities are not opposites, but are on a sequence of the same quality: depth. Therefore, answer 1 and 4 are incorrect. Like the highlighted pair, low and high are on a sequence of the same quality: height, and fat and skinny are also on a sequence of the same quality: weight.
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Understanding Verbal Instructions
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In this test you’ll be presented with complex written instructions. You’ll need to follow the instructions and choose the correct answer.

The ability to understand verbal instructions given in writing, and implement them appropriately. The test consists of complex instructions, i.e. The instructions include several operative stages, which might or might not be linked to each other (example: order, dependency, condition).

A year has four seasons: summer, fall, winter, spring. Most seasons have 6 letters in their name. If this statement is true, choose ‘correct’, and if it’s false choose the number of seasons that have 6 letters in their name.
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In order to answer the question correctly, you need to understand what is required. “If … , choose…, and if … choose…”. “If this statement is true”, meaning if most seasons have 6 letters in their name, choose ‘correct’. Summer, winter and spring have 6 letters, so the statement is true, then ‘correct’ is the right answer. Therefore, there’s no need to read the last part of the question.
Organize the words on the list by length (from shortest to longest word). Which could be the third word? apple, strawberry, pear, banana, broccoli
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The shortest word is "pear", containing 4 letters. Second is "apple" with 5 letters. The third word, with 6 letters, is "banana".
This sentence consists of several words. How many words are there in the first sentence in this question?
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In order to answer the question correctly, you need to understand what is required. You need to count how many words are in the first sentence of the question: this (1) sentence (2) consists (3) of (4) several (5), words (6). So, the correct answer is 6.
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Shapes Perception
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In this test you will be presented with a drawing, and below it you will see four shapes. You need to select the shape that appears in the drawing. The correct shape will appear in the drawing exactly as it is presented, without any changes in size or rotation.

A Hidden Shape test examine the ability to separate between different visual stimuli, and locate an embedded target shape.

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You need to find in the figure in the rectangle one of the four figures represented in the series of answers.
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You need to find in the figure in the rectangle one of the four figures represented in the series of answers.
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You need to find in the figure in the rectangle one of the four figures represented in the series of answers.
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Numeric Series
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In this test you'll be presented with numbers in a line. The numbers are connected one to another by some rule. You'll need to understand that rule, and decide which number needs to come next in line (instead of the question mark).
This test includes 25 questions' you have 9 minutes.

Numeric Series Test examine the ability to inductive and deductive reasoning. This ability has been considered a critical component of human intelligent for decades. To separate the ability to perform complex arithmetic calculations from numerical reasoning, one needs to use only the 4 basic arithmetic operations, thus, an item's level depends on the difficulty to identify the underlining rule.

10 Arrow Left Icon of an arrow pointing left 20 Arrow Left Icon of an arrow pointing left 40 Arrow Left Icon of an arrow pointing left 70 Arrow Left Icon of an arrow pointing left 110 Arrow Left Icon of an arrow pointing left ?
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This series is similar to the previous one, but the rule operating here is a little different. One needs to add 10 to the first number (10), in order to reach the next number - 20. One needs to add 20 to that number in order to reach the next number - 40. 30 was added to that number (40) in order to reach 70, and 40 was added to this last number (70) in order to reach the number 110. Looking at the additions (+10, +20, +30, +40), one can see that 50 needs to be added to 110, in order to reach the next number: 110+50=160.
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4 is 2x2 or 2+2. It seems the rule can be either addition or multiplication. Moving from 4 to 12 can be done by multiplying 4 by 3 (or by adding 8). Moving from 12 to 48 can done by multiplying 12 by 4 (or by adding 36). It seems likely that the series' rule is multiplication. Looking at the transitions from one number to the next (x2,x3,x4), it seems likely that the next transition will be done by multiplying 48 by 5. The calculation is a little complex, but being that the answers are far apart, you can estimate that the result will be a little smaller than 50x5=250.
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One can see that each number is bigger than the previous one by 10. 20 is 10 plus 10, 30 is 20 plus 10 etc. Therefore, the next number in the series should be 50, which is 40 plus 10.
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Shapes Series
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In this test you'll be presented with a series of shapes, organized inside a snail. The shapes are connected one to another by some rule. You will need to understand that rule, and decide which shape needs to come next (instead of the question mark).
This test includes 25 questions, you have 13 minutes.

Belongs to the field of formal skills tests. The goal of the test is to identify cognitive potential (intelligence) Culture independent. General intelligence (g) is related to the ability to abstract and infer about relationships and connections. Accordingly, the shapes series test contains geometrical shapes (most of them universal), with each item requiring the inference of rules and relationships between shapes.

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Looking at the bottom series of shapes, one can see that each shape is rotated by 90° (a quarter of a circle) when compared to the previous one. The first shape is presented with its' "head" up, the second with its' "head" to the right, and the third should be presented with its' "head" to the bottom. The correct answer is marked and highlighted by a green shadow.
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The correct answer is an hexagon. If you look at the shapes from the center of the snail's shell (the one line) to the outer shell (towards the question mark), you can see that each shape has an additional line compared to the previous one. The first shape has one line, the second has 2 lines, and so on. Therefore, you need to find a shape with six lines. The correct answer is marked and highlighted by a green shadow.
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The correct answer is the large black star. Moving from left to right, you can see that the shapes are becoming larger in size, as well as darker in shade. Therefore, in order to find the correct answer, you need to look for a star shape that is larger and also darker than the middle gray star.
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Mental Rotations
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In this test you will be presented with one shape at the top of the screen. At the bottom, you will be presented with four similar shapes. One of the shapes is different from the original shape presented in the top of the screen, as it is an inverted reflection of that shape (as one would see when presenting the shape in front of a mirror). You will need to locate the shape which is the reflection of the original shape, and mark it.

The Mental Rotations Test requires imagining rotations of a given shape. The ability to perform a mental rotation is a spatial ability and is independent of the ability to perceive shapes. The process is done mentally (by thinking) without using actual physical elements to perform the task.

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The correct answer is 4, as it is a reflection of the flower presented in the top part of the screen. In its original form, the flower is on the top part of the stem, on its' right. Answer number 4 presents that flower, but with the flower on the left side of the stem. One needs to imagine placing a mirror on the right side of the flower (or on its' left, It does not matter), and the reflection in the mirror will be the flower seen in answer no. 4. Answer 1 is an exact copy of the original flower. Answer 2 is the original flower, rotated 90° to the right, and in answer no. 3 the flower was rotated 45° to the right.
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The correct answer is 1, as it is an exact reflection of the original shape, presented in the top part of the screen. Answer number 2 is incorrect, as it is the original shape, rotated 180°. Answer number 3 is incorrect, but it is confusing. The "k" at the center of the shape is a reflection of the original shape, rotated by 180°. However – the yellow mark is not a reflection, and did not rotate with the "k". Answer no. 4 displays this same pattern, but the "k" was not reflected or rotated, while the yellow mark was.
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The correct answer is 1. Imagine placing a mirror on the right side of the shape (or on its' left, it does not matter), and rotate it 180°. The reflection in the mirror will be the shape seen in answer no. 4. Answer no. 2 is incorrect, but it is confusing, as the black object is exactly the same as the original shape, but the yellow arrow is pointing in a different direction. Answer no. 3 is incorrect, as it is the original shape, rotated 180°. Answer no. 4 displays the same 180° rotation, but the arrow is pointing to the narrow part of the shape (bottom of the original shape), while in the original shape it points to the top of the figure.
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Quick typing
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The source text appears at the top of the screen.

At the bottom of the screen you must type the source text Accurately, So that it is exactly the same as the original text, including spaces and so on.

Writing must be continuous, without a line break (no enter).

The Quick Typing Test examine the ability to type text quickly while maintaining a high level of accuracy.

Intelligence is one of the most studied variables in the world of psychology, being perceived as the primary adaptive tool of the individual to the demands of his environment, but many questions remain unanswered.
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Same shapes
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The test includes two sets in which a variety of shapes. You need to find the same shapes by clicking in one set, and immediately after that in the other.
It is recommended to use the mouse if you use a laptop.

The test is part of the accuracy and speed tests. The test examin the ability to work quickly and accurately, find specific signs and operate the mouse. These skills are essential for jobs that require visual fidelity, such as reading drawings, finding information on cluttered screens, and general responsiveness.


Personality Test

The shortened version of the exam evaluates 17 fundamental personality traits with the help of 15 exercises, in which you will be required to rate traits and different scenarious.
This is a short and simple exam.

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