Planning & organising

(3) tests available

AGENDA

Planning one’s own tasks (context: administrative)

  • 30 minutes
  • NL / FR / EN / DE / ES
  • 13000
  • 1 main measurement

This test measures whether candidates can plan and organise their own tasks.

In the AGENDA test, candidates are given the role of an administrative assistant who has to schedule a series of activities in his/​her weekly diary after a week for a company party. These activities are listed in e‑mails. To plan properly, candidates have to consider deadlines, the availability of others and priorities.

The test is intended for employees who have to plan their work independently, which is important in many occupations, and in particular in, for example, sales representatives, management assistants, logistics functions …

PLAN

Planning one’s own tasks (context: general)

  • 30 minutes
  • NL / FR / EN / DE
  • 220000
  • 1 main measurement

This test measures whether candidates can plan and organise their own activities.

In the PLAN, candidates have to run a series of errands in the most logical order. The test simulates a real-life situation. Candidates are given a simple plan showing the places they have to visit. They have to consider time, distance and efficiency.

The test is intended for employees who have to plan their work independently, which is important in many professions, especially in sales representatives, secretarial staff, management assistants and in logistics positions, for example.

RAPID

Scheduling team assignments

  • 30 minutes
  • NL / FR / EN / DE
  • 116000
  • 1 main measurement, 3 sub measurements

The RAPID test measures whether a person is strong in planning and organising the tasks of a team. In doing so, the planner must take into account the times requested by customers, efficiency and human aspects (e.g. breaks).

RAPID is a planning test in which candidates are placed in the role of a department manager. They have to plan for themselves as well as for a team of drivers.

This test is suitable for managerial or coordinating positions, in which planning for a team must be drawn up regularly. Think of positions such as foreman, department manager, planner, project leader or management assistant.

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