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Predict Attention to Detail Before you Hire

Myers-Briggs personality types interview.

Our attention to detail test reveals which candidates:

  • Maintain consistent focus
  • Accurately manage details
  • Provide error-free work

The Attention to Detail Test measures a candidate’s ability to match sets of data with another set, checking for nuances, slight variations, or discrepancies among the data sets.

Recommend for:

  • Administrative roles
  • Clerical Roles
  • Data-Entry
  • Accounting
  • Engineers
  • Project Managers
  • Technical Roles
  • Researchers
  • Estimators
  • Customer Service
  • Support Roles

How the Test is Scored

  1. Accuracy of responses to questions
  2. The time it took to complete the test
  3. How they followed the instructions provided

Average Time to Complete

his test takes 15-20 minutes to complete on average.

Our Attention to Detail Test Sections

Section One

Questions 1 to 8

Directions: These questions consist of names and phone numbers.

Compare the left sample to the one on the right.

Martin Cannon

Martin Cannan

Select Answer
A.  B.  C.  D.

Both sides should match exactly. If they don’t match select: 

A. Just in the name   B. Just in the phone number

C. In both the name and phone number   D. In neither

Sample Test - Section One
Sample Test - Section Four

Section Two

Questions 9 to 17

Directions: There may or may not be a difference in these e-mail addresses.

Compare the e-mail addresses.



Select Answer
A.  B.  C.  D.

If there is a difference, indicate how many of the lines are incorrect: 

A. Just one line  B. Two lines

C. All three lines  D. None of them

Sample Test - Section Five

Section Three

Questions 18 to 26

Directions: Questions 18-26 consist of names and addresses.

Compare the options on the left to the options on the right.

Gerald Jansen
1050 Earl Dr.
Sacramento, CA 90079

Gerald Janson
1055 Earl Dr.
Sacramento, CA 90079

Select Answer
A.  B.  C.  D.

They should be identical. If there is a difference, indicate where: 
A. Just in the name  B. Just in the address

C. In both the name and the address  D. In neither

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