Mental Agility Testing

The McQuaig® Mental Agility Test (MMAT) measures an individual’s speed of thought, general mental agility, and several key components of ‘intelligence’ against job requirements.

The test contains 50 questions and must be completed within 15 minutes. It is suitable for most groups and measures factors such as:

  • The ability to think, learn and quickly absorb latest information, systems, and processes.
  • Vocabulary
  • Verbal reasoning skills
  • Basic mathematical ability
About Mental Agility Testing Scores

Candidate scores are not an absolute measure of a candidate’s suitability (which must be assessed in context). That said, high performers, such as top executives, researchers and professionals, and some engineering and technical salespeople tend to score highly. 

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