About Revelian Tests

Revelian (formally Onetest) is a popular Australian psychometric assessment company, providing services to both local and global enterprises. Some of its clients include Suncorp, BMW (Australia), RSM Bird, AMP, Technip, Woodside, Chevron, PPB Advisory, and Telstra. Thousands of candidates worldwide come across Revelian's ability tests during their job selection processes. Revelian offers a number of different types of assessment and psychometric tests.

Cognitive Ability Test

Revelian’s cognitive ability test (formerly known as the OCAT) is a 51-question, 20-minute test that combines all the popular cognitive evaluation questions. It combines various types of logic questions, such as math word problems, verbal syllogisms, spatial reasoning questions, abstract reasoning questions, and more. For more information, see our dedicated page on the Revelian cognitive ability test.

Revelian Numerical Reasoning Test

Similar to the numerical section of the cognitive ability test, this test assesses a candidate's ability to grasp numerical concepts, solve problems using numerical information, and make sound, logical decisions involving numbers. There are 25 questions on this 12-minute test, so candidates must work quickly to ensure they finish on time. Learn more about numerical tests here.

Revelian Verbal Reasoning Test

This test is comprised of 35 questions that must be completed in just 10 minutes. It aims to assess a candidate's ability to quickly grasp written concepts, use verbal information to effectively solve problems, and make sound, logical decisions involving words and verbal information.

Revelian Abstract Reasoning Test

This test contains 32 questions that must also be answered in just 10 minutes. As they are not based on language, abstract reasoning tests are considered the fairest type of psychometric testing available. Candidates are assessed on their ability to quickly grasp new, ambiguous, and complex concepts; effectively solve problems using nonverbal information; and make sound, logical decisions involving abstract information.

Work Preferences Profile

This test contains 84 questions and should only take you 15 minutes to complete. However, it is untimed to give you the chance to answer every single question. This is a personality test that aims to help predict job satisfaction and productivity, as well as decrease employee turnover. It is based on several areas:

  • Quantitative –working with numbers
  • Investigative – reasoning and research
  • Clerical – administrative tasks
  • Manual – working with your hands
  • Interpersonal – interaction with other people
  • Creative – showing your innovativeness
  • Selling – promotional areas
  • Mobile – work performed outdoors

The questions on this test do not assess your actual ability in the above areas but your willingness and desire to work in them.

16 Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF®)

This test contains 170 questions based on the following skills: relating to others, influence and collaboration, thinking style, structure and flexibility, and management of pressure. This personality test normally takes about 30 minutes to complete. It is used to predict work behaviour, communication skills, and performance levels. Many different companies utilise this test as it is considered a good predictor of success. 

Work Safety Assessment

This test contains 77 questions that assess your attitude toward safety control, risk aversion, stress management, violence, and drug aversion. On the test, you are presented with a series of statements relating to the above subjects. You must decide whether you agree or disagree with these statements. This test provides employers with a deeper understanding of candidates' ability to work safely both personally and with regard to future colleagues.

Behavioural Profile

This 24-question test is generally used as a later step in the recruitment process. After the assessment that determines if a candidate has the requisite skills, the company now wants to see if he or she is a good fit. It may thus turn to the Revelian test, which predicts likely workplace behaviour. This test is based on four different behavioural styles:

  • Compliance – approach to rules
  • Dominance – approach to problems and challenges
  • Influencing – approach to social situations
  • Steadiness – approach to pace of the environment

Prepare for the Revelian Assessments with JobTestPrep

JobTestPrep is the only website that provides tailored practice sessions that follow the concepts of Revelians’s cognitive ability test. We offer an extensive set of practice packages to help you prepare for your upcoming assessment. We hope you have found this basic outline of Revelian's library of tests helpful, and we look forward to assisting you.

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