Have you ever heard about Pauli Test? This Pauli Test is the most common psychological testing used in recruitment, and of course it’s very familiar with the industrial psychology major. For instance, this Pauli test invented by Richard Pauli on 1938, which is developed by previous test named Kraeplin, invented by Emil Kraeplin. This Test is a battery test, which you have to finished some problem within the time limits. Total numerical problem in this Pauli Test is more than 2000 calculating problem, which comes in a 50 number in each column.
Your job is to calculate number per number, systematically, from above till down. You just have to put the last number only. For example, when there are 4 and 9 in the test, you just have to write down 3 instead of 13. Pretty easy right?
The Pauli requires a great energy, and full concentration, so you can do the math clear, without losing any calculating. Also, this Pauli can score your motivation at work, your stress resistance, vitality, achievement or goal oriented, and how you can do your job under pressure.
Administration Of Pauli Test
Pauli has simple administration. You just have to calculate each number with another number below, from the top of the column till the bottom. The time limit of this Pauli Test is 60 minutes. All you have to do is to answer as many calculating as you can within the 60 minutes time. You will need this to do the Pauli test:
- Full concentration
- Fast calculation skills
- Motivation and goal oriented
- Great physical energy
- Fast response to write down numbers
- And the important thing is stay focus to the test.
Those 6 things will be your weapon to accomplish the mission and done the Pauli Test effectively. But remember, make sure that you’re answer isn’t wrong, or you will get a minus score if your answer has many wrong answers.
Scoring Of The Pauli Test
Scoring of Pauli is a little bit confusing, and also need focus and concentration. The scorer needs to count how many right answers, wrong answers, passed number, and how many line passed by the participants. There are 5 main category to score and count the Pauli test:
- Numbers of the right answers
- Number of the wrong answers
- Count the total calculation done
- Missed columns
- Changed answers
The interpretation of this test include the personal trait, such as motivation, energy and power, stress resistance, ambition, achievement, goal oriented, focus, concentration, and how people do at work. One tips to do this Pauli test is, don’t distract to anything. This will make your test aren’t effective when you’re distracted to something.