ACE identifies potential for success through cognitive testing

Companies need people with potential - people who, through continuous testing, learning and reasoning, will develop their competencies, take their position to new heights, and add business value. This potential can be uncovered with cognitive testing.

Most jobs today are dynamic and becoming increasingly complex, and require ongoing learning and logical reasoning. Companies seldom find, or even seek, candidates with knowledge and experience that already covers every corner of a job’s current and future task list. Before hiring or considering further professional development of an employee, it is imperative to gauge their potential in relation to a job with cognitive testing. 


ACE is an ability test designed to assess logical analytical reasoning. With ACE, you can select the complexity of your job and measure the potential needed to do the job well. ACE will help you measure a candidate’s ability to acquire new knowledge as your business evolves, assessing the candidate’s numerical, verbal, and spatial abilities.

ACE lets you make smart and effective decisions about filling crucial job roles when you are recruiting or promoting from within in your company, while keeping recruitment standards objective and nondiscriminatory.

Look ahead and maximize the validity of your selections

Now you can ensure a reliable match between job complexity and employee potential. With cognitive testing, you can quickly evaluate a person’s aptitude for reasoning and learning in both novel situations and through formal training. The knowledge provided opens doors to a wide range of business value gains. Companies can recruit the right people, predict performance and job success, plan adequate training for employees, and optimize talent and career development.


Studies show a close correlation between success at work and an employee's cognitive ability.


Ability tests provide useful information for decision makers that no other source of information does as accurately and economically.

Professor of education - University of Delaware

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