Neuro-assessment games vs. traditional assessments
A comparison between the two assessment methods.
Neuro-assessment games stimulate unconscious behaviour – the type of behaviour we show at work without being aware of it.
Stimulates conscious behaviour as a result of a strong feeling of being assesed.
Our games are adaptive, meaning that the level of the games will be continuously adjusted based on the candidate’s behaviour, allowing us to collect more data and insights.
Traditional assessments aren’t adaptive, meaning that a specific assessment will be the same for each candidate regardless of performance during the assessment.
Candidate Experience and time
Neuro-assessment games are fun to play and as a result of that, make candidates forget that they are assessed. Besides, it takes 5-20 minutes to complete the games.
Traditional assessments highly simulate nervousness and are therefore an unpleasant experience. Besides, it takes 45-90 minutes to complete.
Since candidates cannot guess what skills and personality traits are measured per game, there is no room for social desirability.
As a result of the way of questioning (for instance in personality questionnaires), candidates can easily find out the underlying measurements and adjust their answers to that.