Assess Basic Verbal and Quantitative Aptitude of Lawyers!
Corporate Lawyers carry the weight of defending Intellectual Property disputes, copyright disputes, defamation lawsuits and much more. They are the armour of your organization and it’s imperative that you invest in selecting the right individual with the appropriate verbal and quantitative aptitude.
The process of evaluating your candidates on these competencies can be automated through online assessments hosted on Mettl to ensure that very high quality candidates reach the final interview rounds. Mettl’s well crafted and expert backed content will help you pick the best of the class candidates from the lot and will streamline your recruitment process by making it time and budget efficient.
Mettl's Aptitude Test for Lawyers from Mettl's Standardized Aptitude Test Library is specially designed to cater to the level of technical, verbal and quantitative aptitude that a lawyer would be expected to posses - will enable you to select the best candidates at your organization. The test measures communication skills and problem solving along with a section that checks quantitative aptitude as well.
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The test has three major sections as follows:
Can I get benchmark scores for the candidates who take this assessment for hiring decisions?
Yes, we can do so selectively. Please write to us for such a request and we would be glad to assist.
Can I get customized reports for the candidates who take this assessment, for example, to highlight the most important competency?
Yes, we can do so selectively. Please write to us for such a request and we would be glad to work out a solution for you.
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