At Bryq, we know one size does not fit all, so why should a talent assessment? We've created five versions of our assessment to best fit your hiring needs.

  • The Express assessment has a nominal duration of 12' and includes 20 cognitive questions and 48 personality questions.

  • The Standard assessment has a nominal duration of 20' and includes 30 cognitive questions and 64 personality questions.

  • The Extended assessment has a nominal duration of 45' and includes 54 cognitive questions and 64 personality questions.

  • The Cognitive Only assessment has a nominal duration of 10' and includes the 30 cognitive questions and no personality questions.

  • The Personality Only assessment has a nominal duration of 7' and includes 64 personality questions and no cognitive questions.

The main difference between these different versions is in accuracy and resolution.

So which assessment should you use?

Express edition - created for hourly and frontline workers

Use this when: cognitive skills are not as crucial as personality traits.

This is e.g a good choice for hourly positions, such as cashiers, retail associates, shipping and warehouse, and hospitality workers.

Standard edition - default for most positions
Use this when: cognitive skills are not particularly important for a position, or when specific skills will be tested via another assessment or in person, later in the interview process.


This is e.g. a good choice for software development roles that are complemented with a programming test or for many roles (such as customer care agent) where personality outweighs cognitive skills.

Extended edition - best for accuracy and resolution
Use this when cognitive skills are quite important and there will be no additional assessment. The Extended version has almost twice as many questions and offers both better accuracy and better resolution.


This is e.g. a good choice for a product manager, where all cognitive skills are important contributors to job performance.

Cognitive Only edition - best for roles where only cognitive ability matters

Use this when cognitive skills are the only thing that matters for the job role. Cognitive questions cover verbal reasoning, logical reasoning, numerical reasoning, and attention to detail.

Personality Only edition - best for roles where only personality traits matter

Use this when personality traits are the only things that matter for the job role. Personality questions gauge candidates on work style, teamwork, social skills, and overall personality.

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