What is Morrisby Online?
We use a combination of psychometric assessments and questionnaires to give us an idea of where your strengths and interests lie. After analysing your results, we oﬀer impartial recommendations for careers and subjects that match your abilities and interests. Using our interactive tool, you can then research careers, search for courses and add your own ideas into the mix. We want the process to be as dynamic as possible, so we also allow you to boost the importance of any elements that are particularly important to you, such as talents or working environment.
What is an aptitude test?
We don’t really like using the term ‘test.’ We don’t pass or fail candidates, our assessments are focussed on helping everyone to discover their potential. The assessments measure preferences and aptitudes for verbal, numerical and practical skills, as well as skills such as speed and accuracy. There is no preparation or revision required although we do have some practice questions if you want to get a feel for the types of questions you will be asked.
What is the difference between the Morrisby Profile and Morrisby Online?
We have two careers guidance systems in our portfolio; The Morrisby Profile and Morrisby Online.
The Morrisby Profile is our original careers guidance product. Taken under exam like conditions, it takes over 3 hours to complete and can only be administered by an accredited careers adviser. Papers are sent off to our HQ and then returned in a printed report format.
Morrisby Online is a shorter assessment (approx 75 minutes) and because it is available on-line, it can be taken over several sessions. Results are available immediately and come in the form of a flexible, interactive tool which can be updated as interests and working preferences change. You do not need any special training to run a Morrisby Online session.
How do speciﬁc learning needs aﬀect the outcomes of the assessments?
Over the years, lots of students with dyslexia have taken either our Morrisby Proﬁle or Morrisby Online assessments. It is possible that some of the test scores will be aﬀected, depending on the nature and severity of the learning need. Where an individual has diﬃculty reading and processing verbal information the verbal scores may
be aﬀected. If processing numerical information is a diﬃculty, the numerical test scores are likely to be aﬀected.
The tests are all timed and we don’t make any extra time allowances for speciﬁc learning needs nor do we make any adjustments to the actual test scores. At the beginning of the assessments you will be asked if there are any factors we should take into consideration with your results. If you have declared that you have dyslexia/dyscalculia there will be a reference to this in your report. When you receive your feedback, your adviser should discuss which scores may have been aﬀected and the implications, if any, for future choices.
I have not heard of Morrisby before, what are your credentials?
We have over 50 years experience in developing psychometric assessments. Our impartial and accurate assessments continue to help millions of students and adults make important decisions about their future careers and educational choices.