Our range of cognitive assessments measure different types of cognitive abilities. When integrated with Hogan’s suite of personality assessments, these measures provide a powerful and in-depth overview of an individual’s potential and capacity for long-term growth, enabling organisations to make insightful talent management decisions.
Judgment is an innovative assessment which measures both cognitive ability and the personality characteristics that drive decision-making.
The Hogan Judgment test goes beyond “right” and “wrong” decisions. It measures the decision-making processes of leaders, their biases and the reactions to feedback regarding their decisions, supporting decision-making self-awareness.
The Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory describes reasoning style — the ability to evaluate sets of data, make decisions, solve problems, and avoid repeating past mistakes. By assessing reasoning style, you can understand a candidate’s approach to problem-solving and capacity for new information, and identify areas for development.
The Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory evaluates two kinds of problem-solving: qualitative and quantitative.
This involves working with data visualisation, logic, and verbal information to solve problems
This involves working with mathematical and spatial information to evaluate and solve problems
Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices (APM-III) is a cognitive test which measures the ability to make meaning out of confusion, formulate new concepts, and solve problems and tasks when faced with novel, complex information in unfamiliar situations.
This highly trusted cognitive test can be used across candidate pools where multiple languages are spoken, thus removing language bias while efficiently screening applicants’ general cognitive ability levels in unsupervised settings.