Yes and no. You can say that this is “serious gaming”. The tests are primarily designed by scientists and cognitive experts to measure very specific brain functions and abilities. Then, any candidate with a performance drive, will enjoy the performance element and the test session. As the measurements are quite delicate we have not gamified them to optimize the joyfulness. Some of the tests have increasing levels of difficulty and some are self-paced, meaning they adapt to the level of performance of the candidate. These aspects trigger some candidates while they are tedious to others. This is also the point as it will be reflected in the results and actually says a lot about the person.
Are the tests gamified and fun to do?