Psychometrics' Aptitude Tests
Identifying Candidates for Mainframe Programming Training
If you are recruiting applicants with no prior programming experience, the B-APT is the appropriate choice. This test is also ideal for identifying those within your organization who have the necessary aptitudes to make the shift from other work into programmer training.
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Identifying Candidates for Client Server / New Technology Programming
If you are recruiting applicants for training in C programming in today's powerful new microcomputer / networked environments, the B-APT AF is the relevant test. This test was designed to be a more difficult test than the B-APT Form D. The B-APT AF is most commonly used when an organization needs to retrain current mainframe programmers in newer client/server computing programming jobs. Candidates who take this test are assumed to have some basic familiarity with programming concepts. The B-APT AF has been taken successfully by some examinees with no exposure to programming. However the percent of success is greater for those with some basic experience.)
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Identifying Candidates for Systems Programmer Training
The B-SYS measures an examinee's potential to be trained as a systems programmer. Click here for more information on the B-SYS Test.
Identifying Candidates for Computer Operations Training
The Berger Computer Operator Aptitude Test measures an examinee's potential to be trained and function as a computer operator. Click here for more information on the B-COAT Test.