Organisations are looking for more accurate measures of not only the capability of an individual, but to truly understand their potential. ToRQ measures an individual’s practical work based problem solving skills.
What is Facet5 ToRQ?
ToRQ (Tailored Reasoning Questionnaire) is a measure of an individual’s practical work-based problem solving skills. ToRQ combines cutting edge testing processes with the power of personality to produce the next generation of cognitive assessment. It is the combination of capability and character that provides the most accurate measure of an individual’s potential.
In a nutshell:
ToRQ is ideally suited to the assessment of graduate, talent or entry level populations.
Individual and group comparison reports are easy to understand using clear visual layouts.
Results are available in real time, for download and use, quickly and effectively.
ToRQ delivers an assessment that is:
Relevant: ToRQ items are work samples created to match the modern working environment
Secure: ToRQ items are created ‘on-the-fly’ using precise design rules. No two items are ever identical, so answers cannot be copied and ‘leaked’
Realistic: ToRQ uses Computer Adaptive Test processes to ensure people are faced with questions that are realistic for them
Fair: ToRQ incorporates Response Latency Analysis to differentiate between people who differ in the speed with which they get to an answer
Comprehensive: ToRQ can be used at any level from school leaver (entry level) to graduate or managerial
ToRQ Assessment and Report
ToRQ combines a range of measures to provide a valid and reliable view of an individual’s cognitive potential:
Overall score: A composite t-score based on the candidate’s speed, accuracy and progression through difficulty levels
Speed: How quickly the candidate answered the questions relative to other candidates, regardless of accuracy or difficulty level. This can give an indication of patience or quick thinking
Accuracy: How many questions the candidate answered correctly, regardless of speed or question difficulty
How ToRQ Works
Consists of 12 questions
Each question has 4 levels of difficulty
Difficulty level is automatically managed through the assessment
Question sets are dynamically created – so no two questions are ever the same