Innovative Game-Based Assessment
Accelium assessment tests are based on smart games and require examinees to demonstrate a wide range of skills and abilities: analyzing data, solving problems and making a range of decisions. The system analyses test-takers' solutions and their decisions, identifying their thinking patterns and operational style. The evaluation report presents a multidimensional skill profile that has proven extemely accurate in reflecting individual strengths and challenges.
No monitor presence required
Compatible with diverse mobile and stationary devices
Supports multiple concurrent test-takers
Streamlined Assessment Process
Produces a concise yet rich report including skills assessment and identification of strengths
A Positive Experience
Fun, interesting game-playing test
Positive differentiation - reflects an innovative, people-oriented brand identity
The game environment reduces the need for long, subjective questionnaires
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Accelium Assessment Tests Work!
Recent studies show a high validation between the Accelium test results and other standardized test results.
Accelium tests' demand has skyrocketed to unprecedented proportions due to the worldwide growing need to change employee evaluation and recruitment methods.
Innovative and quality tools in the hands of professionals
The feedback of consultants and professionals from all over the world is very positive and prove that this is an innovative and unique tool which supports their work.
Accelium presents a framework for measuring knowledge, skills, abilities, and other human characteristics using smart games. Download the document to learn more
" Classic assessment centre tests stir up many emotions as their influence on candidates' futures can be considerable. Participants tended to be more receptive and curious about the feedback they got from the Accelium skill evaluation test and that immediately creates potential for a better dialogue. "
Organisational development team leader in IDF Command & Staff College