The SMARtest™ (Sector-specific Modular Appropriateness Rate Test) is able to assess a person’s various competencies through questions, situational exercises, and games. You can use the pre-built tests or create a completely new one! From 15 ready sectoral competency tests, you can choose which one you would like the job applicant or existing employee to complete. You can put together your own test from our expanding competency inventory, which includes several types of games, questions, and task types!
The test is excellent for selecting new employees, as well as assessing the competencies of individuals in training or existing employees.
The creators of the tests (employees of Jobing Hungary Zrt. and MyPro Solutions Kkt.) have decades of experience in the fields of work psychology, psychology, sociology, executive, and business coaching.
- Optimized for mobile and tablet devices
- User friendly
- GDPR compatible
- Continuous improvements
- 15 pre-built sector tests
- You can make your own tests from our expanding competence inventory
- More than 20 measured competencies
- 5 games and more are coming soon
- Automatic evaluation with graphs and explanations
The following sectors are distinguished
- Construction, manufacturing, processing industry
- Engineer, technical sector
- Finance, accounting, controlling, law, administration sector
- Logistics, transportation, procurement industry
- Sales, trade, brokerage
- IT programming, development, operation, telecommunications sector
- Social services sector
- Health sector
- R & D, education, social sciences, science
- HR, employment, customer service, consulting sector
- Administration, office work, banking, insurance administration
- Hospitality, tourism, personal services
- Marketing, media, PR, art
- Law enforcement, national defense, guarding activities sector
- Agricultural sector
Competences we measure
This block measures how well and efficiently the participant can use the different infocommunication devices, technologies.
The questions measure how far the participant can make fast and sober decisions under pressure.
The questions measure how well and efficiently the participant can connect to other employees and how far s/he is capable of collaboration in order to ensure efficiency.
The test measures if the outcome-focused attitude or ethical approach is typical for the participant.
The questions measure to what extent the participant can recognise and understand others’ feelings, and to what extent s/he is capable of caring for others’ feelings.
Sense of Responsibility
This block measures to what extent the participant is capable of taking responsibility and how far s/he can be held accountable.
The ability to learn from mistakes
The test measures to what extent the participant can realise if there is a change necessary in his/her personal and/or leadership approach and how committed s/he is to develop himself/herself.
This block measure how clearly and effectively the participant communicates, how far s/he can find the common voice with others and how assertive s/he is.
Creativity (creative problem solving)
The results of this task show if creativity or rule compliance is more typical for the participant in the work environment.
The game measures how well the participant can orientate when doing tasks that need logic skills.
The game measures how well the participants can remember different information.
Tolerance for monotony
The game measures how far the participant is capable of performing monotonous tasks, work processes persistently.
Ability to motivate colleagues
The test measures how efficiently the participant can motivate his/her colleagues, how capable s/he is to encourage them to achieve a better result.
The tasks measure how well the participant can orientate in the work processes where it is necessary to use numbers and numerical data.
The game measures how far the participant is capable of focused, error-free work.
Problem solving skill
The game measures how well and flexibly the participant can react to the problems possibly arising and how committed s/he is to solve them.
Strategy making ability
The questions measure how capable the participant is of thinking in a strategy, how far s/he can plan the steps necessary to reach the goals.
The questions measure how the participant can cope with stressful situations; to what extent s/he can maintain his/her balance in demanding situations/periods.
The test measures how well the participant can organise the processes, remove obstacles, and how far s/he can follow the progress of the processes.
The tasks measure how well the participant can orientate in written texts and recall the details.
The test measures to what extent the participant recognises his/her own strengths and skills that should be developed and how open s/he is to developing himself.
Use of management tools
The results of the test will show how well the participant is able to choose and make efficient use of the management tools appropriate to the different situations.