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Every job comes with its own unique set of required skills and personality traits, but a basic understanding of mathematics is critical to many workplaces. Knowing what kinds of math problems your job candidates can and cannot solve will help you determine whether they merit an interview — and you’ll have much more confidence in selecting the right person for the position.
A pre-employment math test is an assessment given to job candidates to determine their current grasp of general math. When used as part of the hiring process, it can save you time by helping you narrow down your pool of candidates. The General Math Test is one of the many skills and aptitude tests offered by Hire Success®.
By requiring a basic math test for employment, you can ensure that everyone you bring in for an interview has the math skills needed for a particular role at your company. You can also create custom aptitude and skills tests that include questions tailored to the job you’re hiring for.
Occupational roles that might benefit from a pre-employment math test include:
This assessment consists of 30 multiple-choice math questions, ranging in difficulty from a fourth-grade level to a college level. The majority of questions on this pre-employment math test are at the middle school or high school level.
Topics covered in our basic math aptitude test for employment include:
Basic units of measurement
Number of questions
The Hire Success® Summary Report for every math test for employment is broken down into sections.
The Hire Success® Detail Report for our basic math test for employment shows a breakdown of how the applicant answered questions on the test:
Grouping the candidate's test answers in this way not only provides you with an easy way to gauge where the candidate made mistakes but also helps you get an idea of the candidate’s areas of strength or weakness. You may want to follow up on some concepts in an interview if the candidate is selected for the next step in the hiring process.
If you activate cheating mitigation, you’ll receive a Hire Success® Audit Report showing you a timeline that reveals:
The report also shows whether the test was automatically submitted because the candidate left the testing window for too long (possibly to look up an answer) or ran out of time.
This feature doesn’t just help you find out whether applicants know the test answers — it uncovers how well they know them. With the Audit Report, you’ll have added confidence in your hiring decisions.
For every math test that’s submitted, you’ll receive two reports (or three, if you activate cheating mitigation). An email notification will be sent to you immediately upon submission, and results will be available for review in your Hire Success® online account instantly. You can view results in your account securely from any internet-connected device, and print or share results if needed.
Yes! With our Custom Test Builder, you can use questions from our General Math Test in combination with any questions you want to add, creating an exam that’s specific to the job you’re hiring for. You can also include questions in other areas, such as finance or accounting principles.Learn about the Hire Success® Custom Test Builder
Hire Success® offers much more than a math test for job applicants — we provide a complete system that helps you improve your recruitment and hiring process. Our pricing model depends on a few factors specific to your company, industry, and team size, so the best way to get accurate pricing information is to contact us for a tailored quote.Request a customized quote from Hire Success®
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