The optimal preparation for a Leeuwendaal assessment

By | October 13, 2020

Are you applying for a job? And do you have to make an assessment soon? An assessment is used to assess whether the applicant is suitable for a particular position. It is therefore important to prepare well for this. By practicing making assessments, you ensure that you are optimally prepared for the selection procedure. In this article you can read all about this assessment, so you know what to expect!

What is Leeuwendaal’s assessment?
The assessment by bureau Leeuwendaal assesses the candidate’s general cognitive capacities. This broad consultancy focuses on government, education and healthcare. Leeuwendaal offers a variety of services by means of courses, training, advisory processes and assessments. The assessment of this consultancy is an assessment program that is regularly used by various large companies, such as the Ministry of the Interior, the Health and Youth Care Inspectorate and the traineeship of this agency itself. Based on the results of the assessment, advice – with extensive substantiation – is given about the suitability of the applicant for the position in question.

What can you expect from this assessment?

The assessment usually consists of different parts, both online and offline. For the assessment of this consultancy, the Q1000 test of Eelloo (formerly Meurs HRM) is used. During the assessment, the candidate’s verbal, numerical and figural cognitive abilities are tested using figure series, diagrams, series of numbers and analogies.

Logical or abstract reasoning is tested with the (moving) figure series. The purpose of this is to discover the underlying system of the series and to recognize a pattern in it. The diagrams are intended to test the candidate’s abstract reasoning. The candidate must be able to indicate the relationship between different sets of concepts by means of a picture. Series of marks are a well-known phenomenon for many applicants. This tests numerical reasoning. The candidate is challenged to discover the regularity of the series of numbers. Using an analogy, the capacity of verbal reasoning is tested. The candidate must be able to demonstrate the similarities between pairs of concepts. You have to discover the analogy between two sets of words, as it were.