Operative Series - Aptitude Tests

Operative Series - Aptitude Tests

The Operative Series tests assess the ability to reason with basic information and the visual representation characteristic of the work of a range of shop floor staff. No assumptions are made about the educational standards, although those with tangible attainments in secondary education are potentially likely to do better. These tests are appropriate for assessing unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled operatives in a range of industries including manufacturing, production, warehousing and logistics and could potentially be used to select for the grade of first line supervisor—but not for higher positions where other tests are likely to be more suitable.

Following Instructions <small class='text-muted'>(OSF1)</small>

Following Instructions (OSF1)

A test to assess a candidate’s ability to follow a set of written instructions.
Mechanical Understanding <small class='text-muted'>(OSM1)</small>

Mechanical Understanding (OSM1)

A test to assess a candidate’s ability to reason with and apply their mechanical knowledge.
Using Numbers <small class='text-muted'>(OSN1)</small>

Using Numbers (OSN1)

A test to assess a candidate’s ability to answer questions about stock levels of components and their usage.