psychometric test


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Noun1.psychometric test - any standardized procedure for measuring sensitivity or memory or intelligence or aptitude or personality etcpsychometric test - any standardized procedure for measuring sensitivity or memory or intelligence or aptitude or personality etc; "the test was standardized on a large sample of students"
mental measurement - a generic term used to cover any application of measurement techniques to the quantification of mental functions
intelligence test, IQ test - a psychometric test of intelligence; "they used to think that intelligence is what an intelligence test tests"
personality test - any test that is intended to assess personality
sub-test - one of a battery of related tests
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Psychometric test can be used as part of the recruitment and selection process by employers to assess the ability in specific skills (such as verbal, numerical and diagrammatical reasoning) or to find out about the personal qualities by using personality questionnaires.
But psychometric test of the staff is a new measure.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 22 (ANI-BusinessWire India): Mettl, India's leading online assessment company has pioneered a partnership with Mankind and HummingBird International to power their psychometric test assessment engine, in turn, expanding its roots into the assessment of leadership competencies for the former's recruitment consultancy.
Commandos and Constable Drivers declared successful after clearing Physical Test, National Testing Service (NTS) Written Test, NTS Psychometric Test, SSU Advanced Physical and Psychological Test, Medical Examination and Interviews.
Determining the Key Performance Indicators (KPI) of a job role can help one decide which psychometric test to use and avoid tools that do not fit the bill.
Critical flicker frequency test was found to be more positive among the study group with 73% than the control group and hence the ability to detect the cases of minimal hepatic encephalopathy than the psychometric test.
Children were evaluated at 30, 42, and 57 months of age by the Preschool Activities Inventory (PSAI), a psychometric test designed to assess within and between gender differences in early-life play.
Notwithstanding impressive developments over the past few decades in the field of clinical cross-cultural psychometric test development--reaching a high point in the International Test Commission (ITC) Guidelines on Adapting Tests--several authors point out the difficulties in obtaining validity or equivalence for adapted measures, particularly construct validity.
The study employed a Profile of Mood States (POMS) questionnaire, a validated psychometric test that measures six mood states (vigor, fatigue, tension, confusion, depression and anger) using 65 adjective-based intensity scales.
Furthermore, asked whether friends and family had undergone a psychometric test, almost three quarters of those surveyed, 7 4 per cent, said that they had not.
The MHE-positive group had significantly worse psychometric test performance.
A psychometric test can be the difference between getting a job or not.