The Predictive Index Learning Indicator (PI Learning Indicator), formerly known as Professional Learning Indicator (PLI), is a 12-minute test comprised of 50 questions. The PLI is given to potential hires to test for skills not easily found on a resume or during an interview. The purpose of the PI LI assessment is to measure your cognitive ability or your capacity to learn and adapt in the workplace.
Evaluators are looking to see if you can learn the job quickly. The test measures your ability to:
|Numerical Reasoning||Number series, word math problems|
|Verbal Reasoning||Vocabulary, analogies, formal logic|
|Non-verbal Reasoning||Spatial awareness, inductive reasoning|
This exam is given based on the assumption that less than 33% of your ability to do the job can be determined by your resume and your performance on the interview. Scoring high on this test communicates to the company that you possess the skills it is looking for in an ideal new hire. To achieve a high score, you should prepare for the test in advance.
Preparing with the 2017 edition of our PI LI PrepPack™ offers you a number of advantages:
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