The ID-Cognitive/Adaptive (Cat), previously Adaptive Cognitive Test (ACT), is an assessment tool in the form of a Computer Adaptive (CAT), i.e. a method of administration that allows questions to be selected based on the level of success in previous answers. This test measures cognitive ability, i.e. the ability to perform mental operations of a non-verbal nature.


Available languages

French | English

Required time

2 minutes and 30 seconds per question


8 Questions | 1 Part
150 Questions | Multiple Choice | Question Bank

Target audience

Positions at various levels that require the ability to reason logically and sequentially and to make decisions.

Assessed Skills

Standardized Report

Measures the Cognitive ability competency. More specifically, it assesses the ability to perform mental operations of a non-verbal nature. The test report contains several different pieces of information related to the results and adaptive cognitive tests.

The report contains the overall score presented as a standardized score and as a percentage.

Key points

    • Predict job performance better
    • Increase your organizational efficiency
    • Reduce your employee turnover
    • Hire employees capable of responding to complex situations

Take even more advantage of

Combine the ID-Cognitive/Adaptive with the ID-Personality
to create a complete evaluation solution.

Combine the ID-Cognitive/Adaptive with the training plans
to ensure a professional development process.