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About WNET

WNET is the only pre- screening test in the country that is endorsed by Industry Bodies and Academia alike. With more than 400,000 students having undergone WNET, the test is validated and standardized. WNET helps employers to shortlist candidates using WNET scores .The assessment provides initial transcript and detailed scorecards for each module to the candidate highlighting the strengths and improvement areas.


WNET measures a candidate's Cognitive Ability along with English, Behavioral Traits and pertinent Domain knowledge. WNET scores are shared with 110 organizations across 10 Sectors in India. WNET is targeted at freshers, aiming to give all WNET aspirants a snapshot of their capability. One of the key objectives of WNET is to do a meaningful matchmaking between Talent Demand and Supply.

Key Dimensions Assessed

Business Communication:

Business communication is the art of communicating as clearly, precisely and directly as possible. Regardless of whether you are writing an email, drafting a proposal, giving a presentation or speaking in a meeting, good communication skill are required.This is one of the most sought after skills that employers look for in employees these days. Some of the areas the test measures are word parts, e-mail writing, extracting summary, memory etc.

Critical Thinking:

The importance of thinking critically in the workplace continues to be a top concern among employers. The words "critical thinking" frequently pop up in job descriptions and on adjective lists for resume-writing, so it's clearly a desirable characteristic. Critical Thinking is the ability to analyze a concept objectively, considering the facts and differing perspectives to reach a sound, logical conclusion. Recognizing assumptions, drawing conclusions and making inferences is assessed in the test.

Numerical Reasoning:

In a data-driven business environment, it is essential for the existing and potential employees to have strong numerical reasoning skills without which any kind of professional job may become challenging. Organizations use scores of the numerical reasoning test to analyze the candidate's ability to draw logical conclusions and present logical alternatives to the processes, interpret graphs and tables and candidate's speed of making correct analyses and evaluations.

Learning Agility:

One of the biggest concerns of employers is determining if the talent that they have hired will continue to perform on-the-job, adapt and grow with the organization. This is where learning agility comes into picture which we are assessing through relationship data and pattern study.This is the ability to approach and examines issues with an open mind unaffected by past experience and without drawing immediate conclusions.

Interpersonal skills:

Interpersonal skills are the life skills we use every day to communicate and interact effectively with other people. Interpersonal skills include not only how we communicate with others, but also our confidence and our ability to listen and understand. Listening, non-verbal skills, team work, relationship orientation are some of the areas being assessed under interpersonal skills. This is helpful as more and more companies are implementing collaborative agile frameworks for getting work done. Employers will be looking for workers who can both perform technical tasks with excellence and communicate well with colleagues.


  • All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
  • United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
  • Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
  • Association of Indian Universities (AIU)

All of the above have endorsed Transcripts and Reports of Wheebox National Employability Test for building India Skills Reports.