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Cappfinity Tests

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Previously known in the UK as CAPP, Cappfinity is a global provider of recruitment and talent management solutions. Its strengths-based assessments are regarded as some of the most innovative, advanced and accurate psychometric tests available.

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Which employers use Cappfinity tests?

Owing to their reported accuracy in matching suitable candidates to positions, Cappfinity tests are adopted widely as part of the pre-screening stages of the recruitment process. According to Cappfinity itself, they are most predominantly used in the technology, professional services, pharmaceutical, financial and retail sectors.

Some well known names to adopt Cappfinity tests include Deloitte, Barclays, EY, Nestle, Microsoft, Lloyds Banking Group, BT and Aviva.

One of the key selling points of Cappfinity tests for employers is that they are branded to match corporate identity, so when taking such an assessment, you can expect it to look aligned with the identity of the hiring organisation to which you’re applying.

How to prepare for Cappfinity tests

Practice is the most important aspect of Cappfinity test preparation. As mentioned, the question types contained in these assessments differ from other aptitude tests like SHL, Saville or Kenexa, so it’s vital that you take Cappfinity-specific practice tests to familiarise yourself with the tasks you’ll be facing.

Set yourself strict time limits in your practice runs. Whilst you won’t face these on test day, you will still be scored on your speed, so the quicker you learn to work with precision and accuracy the better.

It’s also important to do your research on the hiring organisation, particularly for situational strengths tests, as these will revolve around a specific set of core competencies and cultural values.

5 key tips on how to pass Cappfinity tests

Read the instructions carefully

As Cappfinity uses a variety of question types throughout its tests, you need to make sure you understand the concept before addressing the problem. Take time to digest the instructions thoroughly, as a slight misunderstanding could cost you valuable points.

Don not let the timer distract you

Although there’s no set limit, Cappfinity tests are timed, and you’ll see a timer on screen throughout. It’s important not to let this fluster you. Keep your attention focused on the task at hand.

Watch out for misleading information

The language used in Cappfinity tests is purposefully complex, particularly in verbal and critical thinking tests. You’ll often read words and phrases that have been constructed to mislead you, so keep an eye out for this. Read each paragraph of text carefully and refer back to it for each question posed.

Take notes

Balancing speed and accuracy is no easy feat, so have a pen and paper on hand to jot down points of reference and keep your thoughts clear. This won’t be necessary for all question types, but since the content is often more complex in Cappfinity tests, notes can be highly valuable to your success.

Avoid interruptions

If taking your test at home, find yourself a quiet spot with a stable internet connection, and make sure others know you’re not to be disturbed. You only get one attempt to sit your Cappfinity assessment, so take every step to minimise potential interruptions.

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Cappfinity Tests FAQs

How are Cappfinity tests scored?

Cappfinity uses algorithmic scoring, the exact details of which are unknown. However, what is understood is that both the accuracy of your answers and the time you took to complete the test will be taken into account.

What is a critical thinking test?

Critical thinking tests, or critical reasoning tests as they are also known, measure your innate ability to approach an argument with logic and draw objective conclusions. Tasks include the evaluation of supporting evidence, the recognition of assumptions and the assessment of inferences and deductions made.

How long is a Cappfinity test?

Unlike many other aptitude assessments, Cappfinity tests do not come with a set time limit. The examinee is free to take as much time as they choose, but should remember that their response speed is also under scrutiny.

How will I take my Cappfinity test?

Cappfinity tests are online assessments most commonly taken in the candidate’s home or location of choice. In some circumstances, you may sit a supervised version at a dedicated assessment centre.

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What our customers say about our Cappfinity tests

  • Australia

    April 10, 2023

    Good test

    It was a good test!

  • United Kingdom

    January 16, 2023

    How to work with data

    I liked the problem solving it presented and the data it gave in order to mathematically work out specific questions

  • United Kingdom

    January 08, 2023

    How to calculate percentages and ratios

    Information was clearly laid out, with different colors/shades representing different categories where appropriate

  • United Kingdom

    November 19, 2022

    How the test challenges you?

    Think about what the question is really asking before answering it straight away. It is simpler than it seems.

  • United Kingdom

    October 13, 2022

    easy format

    liked everything but didn't realise till halfway into the test that hovering over the bars would give the values rather than estimating them.

  • United Kingdom

    September 27, 2022

    Make users aware of interactive graphs

    Well structured wording mostly clear, would have been good to know from the start that the graphs are interactive

  • United Kingdom

    July 01, 2022

    Graph analysis

    Mostly clear in what it was asking for and could easily read the graph as it stated the specific values

  • Sri Lanka

    April 16, 2022

    Informative about the variety of tests

    I like the test very much. It provides a basic understanding of the format of aptitude tests. Thank you.

  • United Kingdom

    February 02, 2022

    Ratios, percentages

    Lots of reading of data off graphs and charts. Numbers too large for a basic calculation and answers from previous questions may be relevant. Easier to use Excel to keep track.

  • United Kingdom

    February 02, 2022

    Percentage Changes

    Liked how all of the information was on the same page and there were no questions which were purposely designed to catch you out.