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The 20/20 MDS® Assessment Systemsmall logo

Before Commencing the Learning Journey

Before any individual undertakes a learning program that is as broad and stretching as the 20/20 MDS®, we believe that it is important for the person (and the organization of which they are a part) to assess base level skills and cognitive abilities. As a result, over a two-year period, the Worldwide Center for Organizational Development has developed its own Leadership and Management Cognitive Ability Test called the LMAT™. The LMAT™ is administered online at www.readytomanage.com.


 
The five sections of the LMAT™ are as follows:
Verbal Reasoning (Takes 15 minutes)
This section of the test assesses your ability to work with words, vocabulary and reading comprehension / grammar
 
Numeric Reasoning (Takes 10 minutes)
This section of the test assesses your ability to work with numbers
 
Logical Reasoning (Takes 20 minutes)
This section of the test assesses your ability to think carefully and analytically
 
Visual/Spatial Reasoning (Takes 15 minutes)
This section of the test assesses your ability to work with shapes and visual patterns.
 
Leadership and Management Scenario Reasoning (Takes 30 minutes)
This section of the tests assesses you ability to select the most appropriate actions given the circumstances described in each situation
 

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