How psychometric tests work
ClickATest’s attitude assessments are built around a powerful psychometric tool known as D.I.S.C., recognised as the leading evaluation for interpersonal relationships, work productivity, teamwork, and communication.
D.I.S.C. requires answers to 24 multi-choice questions in which the candidate chooses words from a selection they are most like, and least like, to suit particular work situations. From these, we are able to extract a person’s behavioural patterns.
Psychometric testing sample question
Using this kind of test, 10 different detailed psychometric reports can be compiled that give an accurate insight into the subject’s strengths and limitations.
The D.I.S.C. assessment in action
D.I.S.C. visual scheme
D. People are dominant, forceful and strong willed. Low “D”s are mild, low keyed and cautious.
I. Scorers influence others, warm, magnetic and persuasive. Low “I”s are matter of fact and pessimistic.
S. Calm, relaxed and possessive, high “S”ers resist change. Low scores suggest eager impulsiveness.
C. Players stick to the rules, careful and exact. Low “C”s are stubborn and more careless with details.