|Games||Free||Arctic Shores Ltd||iPhone, iPad, iPod|
The following iOS devices are no longer supported by this App:
• iPhone 4 & 4s (iPhone 5 onwards meets the minimum specification)
• iPad 1& 2
• iPad mini 1
• iPad Air 1
• iPod touch generation 1- 4
You can not use the app without a username and PIN. This is a psychometric assessment for job selection developed by Arctic Shores and is not intended for recreational use. The company you have applied to will send you a username and PIN that will only be valid for a certain time period.
For candidate FAQ's visit https://www.arcticshores.com/faq-2/
The Arctic Shores Team.
Interesting assessment method. It’s cool to try something new.
It was a little bit long, but it’s useful for serious employers I guess to determine whether or not you are serious about pursuing a job with them. I got a score of 5300. I wish they went over your results with you and what they mean.
If how fast you can tap your cellphone screen is a good indicator of future job performance, then this app is perfect. Better suited to entertain kindergartners than to screen applicants, this application makes a mockery of the recruitment process, and despite what it’s marketing material says, your performance is largely dependent on how many video games you play.
A very exciting way of Assessing potential employees.it was fun but at times difficult but overall I enjoyed it.
Honestly it was a very new and fun way of assessment. In general I say it’s better than the old picture wise assessment. Believe it or not it helped me understand my weaknesses. Awesome !
Well you saw the title. This application is super fun and nice. That was a part of a job application. The app ran smoothly and the games are cool. I truly appreciate the work done in that app and the science behind it. One note to the developer though: the last round included kind of pattern prediction exam. Upon completion I received a score of 1000. It said I was granted 1000 pts since I competed stage four with no info about how many problems I solved. That left me distracted and confused. Nonetheless since this was stage 4, i.e., last stage in the game, it had no effect on what is next. I passed the exam as set by the company since I was invited to the next stage. Many thanks again and keep it up :)