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Software company Questionmark – the leading provider of enterprise-grade assessment software – will offer Thinking Skills by Cambridge Assessment on their online platform for use by employers and recruiters at universities to help them select people with the very highest potential. The test covers two key skills – critical thinking and problem-solving – skills that are essential to succeed at work, as demonstrated by World Economic Forum (WEF) research. The WEF ranks problem-solving and critical thinking as the two most important skills in its “Future of Jobs” report.
Questionmark also have the capability to provide comprehensive remote proctoring services that ensure the integrity of the tests and can be done from anywhere in the world.
Andy Chamberlain, Head of Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing said: ‘Skills such as critical thinking and problem-solving have become fundamental to success both in higher education and in the workplace and we’re seeing increasing demand for high quality tools to evaluate these thinking skills. Our collaboration with Questionmark will help even more organisations to benefit from these tests, particularly as part of their selection criteria in recruiting people with the very highest potential.’
The questions included in Questionmark Thinking Skills have been developed by Cambridge Assessment who offer research-based admissions tests that connect universities, governments and employers to applicants from around the world. Cambridge Assessment, part of the University of Cambridge, is a leading expert in international education and assessment. It has an unrivalled depth of experience in national education systems, international education, English language learning and admissions testing. Questionmark provides a secure enterprise-grade assessment platform and professional services to leading organisations around the world.
Read about the full offering on Questionmark’s website.