It all seemed to go well. The number ones were a little confusing but I managed to work them out; the arty ones with shapes and dots were of course a breeze. Well that was what I though until I received my results.
I hope that this HR team isn’t as narrow minded at the Australian Airforce which sent me packing quickly after I flunked my IQ test – doesn’t personality count for anything these days? It wasn’t like I was wanting to fly a fighter jet!
Well, my good friends, it seems it does. The test results also included this paragraph (which I’m guessing is automatically uploaded when people receive a score lower than 50% to ward off their clients' suicidal thoughts):
As Figure 1 shows, your score on the test exceeded 2% of the sample of Graduates. This result suggests that in relation to this group, there is a low likelihood that critical thinking and problem solving are strengths of yours. To promote your performance at work, it is therefore probable that you will use other professional and personal qualities you have. Which may relate to such things as knowledge of the job, a keen attitude, dealing effectively with people, and being well qualified.
They forgot to mention tall and blond.