Raven's progressive matrices test helps recruiters evaluate the abstract reasoning skills of candidates before interview. Raven’s IQ test can reduce time-to-hire by 45% by enabling employers to identify top talent early in the recruitment process.
Raven's Matrices is a non-verbal aptitude test that evaluates abstract thought. It is a progressive test in which the difficulty level of questions increases as the test progresses. The goal of Raven's matrices is to ask candidates to identify missing pieces to complete a pattern in each test item. The exam gets its name from the fact that many patterns are provided in the shape of a 4x4, 3x3, or 2x2 matrix.
In numerous research and practical settings, the Raven Progressive Matrices test is a popular intelligence assessment tool. One is required to locate the missing pattern in a series for each exam question.
Raven's progressive matrices IQ test has multiple sets of questions that get progressively more difficult to answer. Greater cognitive ability is required to encode and interpret Raven Test questions because of the increasing difficulty.
Raven's progressive matrices test helps to screen candidates possessing the following skills:
The Recruiter/hiring manager can access comprehensive reports for each candidate to overview candidate’s performance in each section at a glance. Moreover, the Test Insights section helps to identify job-fit candidates accurately with score distribution and section analysis features.
Raven’s cognitive assessment may contain MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in Blanks, Whiteboard Questions, Audio/Video Questions, AI-LogicBox (AI-based essay evaluation), Job-based Simulations, True or False Questions, etc.