numerical & verbal acumen
Incorporating both numerical and verbal elements, this assessment differs to traditional tests by presenting information in a range of contemporary interactive formats including text messages, blogs, bubble charts, and project apps. With high face validity, Acumen keeps the test-taker fully engaged throughout the assessment process.
Critical reasoning is an important factor in the ability to analyse information from different sources and draw logical conclusions which can be defended and justified.
Acumen is a measure of the ability to analyse information derived from different sources and draw logical conclusions which can be defended and justified.
Acumen provides a comprehensive assessment of critical reasoning using real-world, workplace scenarios.
Acumen is suitable for graduates, emerging leaders, managers and executives and has application in the selection and development of staff.
Numerical critical reasoning assesses the ability to process and draw logical conclusions for problems or data presented in a numerical form. For Acumen, these are presented in real work like formats including charts, data tables or project reports.
Verbal critical reasoning assesses capabilities for analysing and synthesising information presented verbally, such as in text messages, emails or blogs, and making logical and meaningful assumptions, inferences and conclusions.
Acumen consists of 25 numerical and 25 verbal items and is a measure of the ability to analyse information derived from different sources and draw logical conclusions which can be defended and justified. It measures the following abilities associated with critical reasoning: