The GIT is a pre-employment exam that takes the place of a high school diploma or university degree. This test measures your skill level in applying logic to solve work-related problems. The General Intelligence Test also assesses your basic cognitive ability concerning specific aptitudes such as mathematics, common global information and memorization.
There are two distinct PSC General Intelligence Tests:
The GIT has a multiple-choice format, each question followed by five alternatives; several Sub-tests; and a strict time limit. The questions are formed in accordance with the subject matter of each Sub-test. You are assessed in regard to speed, accuracy, basic arithmetic ability, logic, memory and general knowledge.
There is no penalty for wrong responses, so answer every question; guess if necessary. You have the opportunity to increase your speed, exam comfort and test results through GIT practice tests, question and answer analysis.
The Sub-tests of the GIT include the following:
In addition to the Vocabulary Sub-test in the high school equivalence GIT-320, the two exams differ as to time frame and number of questions.
|Time Limit||1 hour, 20 minutes||1 hour, 30 minutes|
|General Info||20 questions||25 questions|
|Similarities||16 questions||20 questions|
|Arithmetic||15 questions||15 questions|
|Memory||30 questions||25 questions|
|Block Design||40 questions||40 questions|
Knowing what to expect before you write the GIT, will yield a calmer and more successful exam experience. Work on General Intelligence Test practice tests until you feel confident that you can correctly answer the types of questions and exam format that you will face on the actual GIT. JobTestPrep will soon offer study tools necessary to optimize your test results.
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