Each cognitive skill is assessed individually for the candidates. However, job requirements may dictate that some skills are more important then others.

For example, a position in accounting requires higher numerical reasoning skills, whereas a position in software development requires higher logical reasoning (problem solving) skills.

The degree to which a skills contributes to the final cognitive score can be set according to your requirements.

Job profiles that have no specific skill requirements (e.g. customer care representative) can use an equal weight of 25% for each skill, so that all skills are equally important.

The sum of the skill weights is 100%. As you move a bar, the bars below it will be adjusted to ensure that the sum remains 100%. As a best practice, start setting your weight requirements from top to bottom.

If you determine that a skill is not important for a specific job profile. you can set it to 0%. 

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