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What is the Executive Assessment?
As an experienced professional, it is in your interest to be able to examine yourself with a test that assesses your skills in the real world.
The test of Executive Assessment Can be done on-line and face-to-face In one of the many centers they have around the world, both options are always available that you can meet the deadlines of admission.
It has many advantages for professionals with a busy schedule:
- Schedule: lasts only 90 minutes
- Location: can be done online or in more than 600 centers around the world
- Reschedule: there is no cost to reschedule 48 hours prior to the appointment
- In real time: official results are obtained 24 hours after the test.
Is proof assesses important skills that you use every day at work and is made up of three sections: Integrated reasoning, Verbal reasoning and Quantitative reasoning, with a total of 40 questions. The scale for each section is from 0 to 20 points. The total scale ranges from 100 to 200 points, and the three sections are weighted equally to determine their total.
In this section you will have to answer 12 questions of 4 different types: multi-source reasoning, graph interpretation, two-part analysis, and table analysis. With these types of questions they measure your ability to evaluate information presented in multiple formats from multiple sources.
In this section you will have to answer 14 questions of 3 different types: reading comprehension, critical reasoning and sentence correction. This type of question measures your ability to evaluate arguments and read, understand and correct texts in English.
In this section you will have to answer 14 questions of 2 different types: data sufficiency and problem solving. These questions allow you to assess your ability to analyze data and draw conclusions. The math skills to answer these questions are at the high school level without reaching derivatives or integrals.