QIRP
Quick and simple with great psychometrics qualities

The QIRP refers to the concepts included in the g factor and especially taking into consideration the person’s reasoning ability and ability to make logical connections with the words, concepts and mathematical reasoning. In this context, the verbal and numerical skills are at the heart of the test.
The QIRP was designed to be an instrument to measure the g factor (general intelligence).

This test is useful in the selection process when hiring or when deciding promotion or transfer of staff.
It provides an assessment of general intelligence of adults and this in less than fifteen minutes. This instrument can be used in groups or individually. It consists of 50 items.

This highly regarded aptitude tests measure a candidate's ability to learn, adapt, solve problems and understand instructions.
By matching candidates with jobs that are consistent with their abilities, you can help your organization improve retention and reduce involuntary turnover, decrease training time, improve employee satisfaction and engagement, and increase productivity.


The QIRP is a convenient, objective measure of general mental ability and intelligence. It takes approximately 12 minutes to complete.








Thousands of studies provide evidence that tests of general mental ability (GMA) predict successful job performance across a wide variety of jobs and situations (e.g. Schmidt & Hunter, 2004; Schmidt & Hunter, 1998; Gottfredson, 1997; Hunter & Hunter, 1984). In fact, studies indicate that there is no predictor of job performance that is comparable in validity to measures of general mental ability.






Characteristics

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12 minutes

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Adults

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Cognitive Abilities, factor « g »

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Individual or in Group


Psychometrics qualities


Standardization sample:
The sample consists of the normalization of 2304 Canadian adults divided by sex and age by 2006 Census data The sample was composed of a post stratification data collected from 3708 people in a work context .

Validity

The test was developed following the standards of the American Psychological Association, 1999. The alpha validity coefficients are calculated for the total score and subscales. The overall alpha coefficient is 0.82. The coefficients of the subscales ranged from 0.74 to 0.91. A convergent validity factor was calculated with the Wonderlic, we obtained a 0,89 correlation coefficient.