Pre-Employment Assessments

Benefits of Pre-Employment Assessment

Quick & Easy: 

Invite candidates to take the assessments and access the results in real time.

Flat-Fee Pricing: 

Our pricing allows you to test at any point in your hiring funnel without going over budget.

Test Anyone:

No limit on when or who you test. Tests can be completed on any device, anywhere, anytime. 

Rigorously Validated: 

Scientifically verified to provide a more accurate, fair, & objective signal of candidate potential.

A selected range of assessments for the early learning sector

People are complicated, which is why we believe that the best way to understand your candidates is to evaluate them across multiple dimensions. HelloTalet in partnership with TestGorilla to offer an assessments spefically aimed at the Early Learning Sector. 

16 Types Test

The choices we make in specific situations reveal how we perceive and interpret the world. They can show our likes and dislikes, aspirations and fears, or abilities and challenges. Understanding someone’s preferences can give deeper insight into their personality and traits and how they navigate issues and opportunities.

The 16 types test is an introspective, self-evaluation questionnaire that asks candidates to consider their preferences under various circumstances. The test leads candidates to explore their choices on four different dimensions given as spectrums: introversion versus extraversion, intuition versus sensing, feeling versus thinking, and judging versus perceiving.

Depending on their answers, candidates will show a preference for one side of each spectrum over the other. The results are given by combining the first letter of each preference into a four-letter personality type to derive to one of the 16 possible types, such as eNfp or isTj, for example. The capital letters represent a preference that is particularly strong in each candidate’s individual results.

The results page of each questionnaire offers a detailed description of the candidate’s personality type. It provides tips to both the candidate and their prospective colleagues on different personality types on the best ways to work effectively together.

Time: 10min | Type: Personality & culture fit | Audience: English Speaking | Level: Entry & Intermediate

Communication Test

Good communication is the foundation of good relationships. And good relationships are key to building A-teams that will take your organization from good to great. Good communication among the members of a team builds trust, resolves (and even prevents) problems, provides clarity and direction, improves productivity, and increases engagement.

This communication test evaluates candidates' skills in understanding, using, and interpreting written communication and assess their verbal communication skills (both in an in-person and virtual environment) along with active listening and the interpretation of non-verbal cues. The communication test also evaluates candidates' ability to clarify next steps, summarize messages effectively, and use professional communication etiquette.

Candidates who perform well on this screening test can listen attentively to others, communicate with confidence and open-mindedness, and can offer both empathy and feedback in the appropriate scenarios and in the appropriate manner.

Time: 10min | Type: Situational judgment | Audience: English Speaking | Level: Intermediate

Problem Solving Test

Effective problem-solving requires a broad skill set that enables individuals, teams, and businesses to advance towards stated objectives. It involves the ability to define a problem, to break it down into manageable parts, to develop approaches to solve the (sub)problem using creativity and analytical thinking, and to execute flawlessly.

This problem solving test allows you to identify candidates who display these abilities. The test presents candidates with typical problem-solving scenarios like scheduling on the basis of a diverse set of conditions, identifying the right sequence of actions based on a number of business rules, and drawing conclusions based on textual and numerical information.

The test requires candidates to identify the right answers to the questions in a limited amount of time. Successful candidates can quickly identify the key elements of the problem and work through the problem at speed without making mistakes.

Time: 10min | Type: Cognitive ability | Audience: English Speaking | Level: Intermediate

Attention to Detail Test

Noticing little things can have a big impact. From grammatical mistakes that can give the impression of unprofessionalism to mistakes in numbers and data that can cause serious errors, paying attention to detail is an important skill every professional to have.

This attention to detail test evaluates candidates’ abilities to consider details by presenting them with tasks that require them to match or filter information, compare statements, and check the consistency of information. The test provides insights on candidates’ alertness by asking them to identify errors, omissions, or inconsistencies in the information presented.

Candidates who score well on the test are able to process information and arrive at the correct answer without losing sight of small details that can have a big impact. If you’re looking for candidates who are thorough in their work and take careful consideration of everything before coming to a conclusion, this is the right test. 

Time: 10min | Type: Cognitive ability | Audience: English Speaking | Level: Intermediate