Free psychometric tests

Psychometric tests can be really helpful in developing your employability for a range of different reasons. They can give feedback on interests, skills, personality and attributes which can help you decide which kinds of job roles and working environments might best suit you, or which skills and experiences you need to further develop to be successful in your chosen career.

In addition, aptitude tests are used by a number of employers as part of their recruitment process, and it is a good idea to practice these in order to maximise your performance.

You can take as many of these as you wish, but some tests you will only be able to take once.

You will need to register for a number of tests, but they are all free of charge to all University of Worcester students.

These tests are offered by different providers so all have slightly different log in methods.

Tests to help you understand yourself

Type Dynamics Indicator measures your personality type and preferences. Register using your University email address.

Learning Styles Indicator helps you understand your learning preferences to help with personal development. Register using your University email address.

Careers Interests Inventory examiners your interests, competencies and work style preferences to help you explore careers. Register using your University email address.

Career Competency Tool helps you to reflect on your career/employability readiness. Suitable for those who have had at least 2 months work experience. Fill in form using University email address to receive invitation to access tool. 

Work Personality Questionnaire assesses your preferences in the workplace. Register using your University email address.

Practice aptitude tests

These tests will help you in your application process. The practice aptitude tests are similar to those used by major graduate recruiters as part of the online selection process. You will have the chance to try each one three times and to see the answers each time so you can improve your performance.

You may find some of them challenging - please do not be put off by this; it will be good preparation for when you take the tests for real!

Numerical Reasoning measures your ability in numeracy. Register using your University email address.

Verbal Reasoning measures your ability in verbal reasoning. Register using your University email address.

Abstract Reasoning measures your ability in abstract reasoning. Register using your University email address.

Situational Judgement assesses how you choose a course of action for work related scenarios. Register using your University email address.

Interview preparation

Question Identifier Tool Kit generates job interview questions and sample answers. Register using your University email address.

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