iMocha’s spatial test enables recruiters and hiring managers to hire job-fit candidate within a short period & take unbiased decision. Our test is useful for hiring Designers, Architects, and Engineers. This test has helped our customers to reduces hiring cost by 40%.
Spatial intelligence is the ability to comprehend three-dimensional images and shapes. This is a primary function of the right side of the brain and is used when solving puzzles, figuring out maps and taking part in any type of construction or engineering project. While spatial intelligence usually involves vision it also incorporates abstract and analytical abilities that go beyond merely seeing images.
Test Duration: 20 minutes
No. of Questions: 10
Level of Expertise: Entry/Mid/Expert
iMocha’s spatial test helps employers and hiring managers to evaluate candidate’s ability to solve folding cube problems
Our test assesses candidate’s ability to solve mirror images problems
Our test helps in evaluating candidate’s ability to solve problems on measurements and calculating estimate lengths
This test assesses candidate’s problem solvability on rotations and spatial orientation
Our spatial intelligence test helps recruiters to evaluate candidate’s ability to assemble dismantled blocks
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