Engineering Test IV

We offer five personality and aptitude tests for engineers, tailored to meet your pre-employment testing needs. Test batteries range from basic questions to multi-answer and open-statement questions.

Pre-Employment Test



Purpose: Hiring an engineer today can be challenging. There are a lot of candidates of enormously varying engineering qualifications. Our online personality test and engineering aptitude test finds the top candidates. It will help you identify the person who can communicate well, be a strong team player, adapt well to your company procedures and culture, work hard, and have the mental ability to handle intellectually challenging job duties.

If you are wondering which of our five engineering aptitude assessments would best meet your needs, please see the Engineering Test comparison table below to help you understand the content of each one.

About This Test: This test will take most candidates approximately 1.5 to 2 hours. It consists of 5 parts:

  • An untimed personality assessment
  • A 5-minute timed 3D Spatial Reasoning Test
  • An untimed General Cognitive Aptitude Test (includes verbal, numerical, and abstract reasoning)
  • A 20-minute timed Mechanical Reasoning Test
  • An untimed set of open-ended statements to which the candidate has to type in a short answer

What the Report Gives You: A graphical display of personality trait scores, feedback regarding strengths and developmental concerns, an explanation of aptitude results, a display of narrative responses given to the open-ended statements, and suggested interview questions.

Testing Process:

  • Immediate score report upon completion.
  • Proctoring desirable but not required.
  • The use of mobile phones is discouraged.

Sample Personality Item:

For the statement 
on the left
I feel very strongly about it
I feel it describes me most of the time
I can’t decide between the two statements
I feel it describes me most of the time
I feel very strongly about it
For the statement 
on the right
People at work would say I focus on the upside of plans and downplay the possibility of problems.
People at work would say I always focus on what can go wrong.
Sample Question for 3D Spatial Reasoning Test

How many blocks is the X touching?

(A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 7 (D) 6

Sample Questions for General Cognitive Aptitude Test

Sample verbal reasoning item: House is to dwelling as car is to ____________.

(A) transportation
(B) traveling
(C) speed
(D) automobile
(E) mechanical

Sample numerical reasoning item: Which number comes next in this series? 3 6 9 19 22 25

(A) 32
(B) 35
(C) 52
(D) 15
(E) 28

Sample abstract reasoning item: Which figure would come next in the series?

Sample Question for Mechanical Reasoning Test

Which system will allow the 50 lb. crate to be picked up with the least effort?

(A) System A
(B) System B

Sample Question for Open-Ended Statement

The three things I want most from my job are...

(Sample questions differ from actual test appearance and do not contain real test content.)


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