Confidently broaden your pool of qualified applicants

Measure the quantitative readiness of your applicants more effectively
Laptop Icon
Assessment is taken online anytime, anywhere
Completed in an hour with same-day results
Developed by the experts at ETS, creators of the GRE® General Test
Try Checkpoint
This assessment has been developed by ETS, creator of the TOEFL® and TOEIC® tests, the GRE® tests and The Praxis Series® assessments.

The quantitative skills diagnostic  for a new era

By eliminating traditional test stressors and barriers, Checkpoint provides an authentic evaluation of your applicants’ quantitative skills readiness.


Delivered completely online, Checkpoint is free from the constraints of time zones and test centers, so applicants can take it when and where they’re at their best.

Low stress

Made to evaluate how much you know, not how fast you can answer, Checkpoint provides ample time for applicants to respond to each question.


At one-third the cost of a traditional test, Checkpoint is accessible to more business school hopefuls than ever.

Accurate results in minutes

Developed by the creators of the GRE® General Test, Checkpoint provides a comprehensive measure of data fluency.

Applicable questions

Questions are reflective of ones commonly seen in a business school classroom to identify how well applicants will meet program expectations.

Immediate result

Results are easily shared with schools like yours, and include an overall score plus individual domain scores.

No setup required

All applicants need is a computer with a working camera and microphone, a stable internet connection, and government-issued ID for verification.

Share your results with schools for free

Universities around the world accept the Checkpoint quantitative diagnostic. You can send your score reports to as many of them as you want, for free.
View universities

Get first access to Checkpoint at your school

Register now and our team will reach out to help you learn more about Checkpoint with a demo.

Frequently asked questions

What subject matter does Checkpoint cover?

Checkpoint covers the following domains: Algebra & Functions, Probability & Statistics, Graphics Interpretation. 

Algebra & Functions
Includes: Operations with exponents; factoring and simplifying algebraic expressions; relations, functions, equations and inequalities; solving linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; solving simultaneous equations and inequalities; setting up equations to solve word problems; and coordinate geometry. It also addresses applying algebraic reasoning and techniques in various contexts; translating information into equations and/or graphs; and using functions to express quantitative relationships to solve problems in a real-life context.In addition to these domains, Checkpoint also looks at an applicant’s ability to apply these principles in a ‘theoretical’ vs. an ‘applied’ situation.

Probability and Statistics 
Includes: Basic probability, such as probabilities of compound events and independent events; conditional probability; random variables and probability distributions, normal distributions; and counting methods, such as combinations and permutations. Topics in statistics include descriptive statistics, such as mean, median, mode, range, standard deviation, interquartile range, quartiles and percentiles. It also addresses using methods and techniques of probability; translating information into mathematical forms, equations, graphs, or charts, so that probabilistic functions and/or statistical analysis can solve problems in a real-life context.

Graphics Interpretation 
Includes: Interpretation of data in tables and graphs, such as line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, boxplots, scatterplots, stem-and-leaf plots, and frequency distributions. It also addresses applying techniques of set theory, Venn diagrams, permutations, combinations, probability, statistics, and algebra to solve application problems that use data in charts, graphs, tables, or other data presentations

Along with the above three domains, Checkpoint also diagnoses your ability to solve the questions in a realistic situation. Application includes: The application of understanding is important in most fields, including business. This is why each domain covered by Checkpoint not only addresses your understanding of that domain, but also your ability to apply that understanding to represent and solve problems.

What types of scores are included in Checkpoint?

Checkpoint results include a total score, scores for each quantitative reasoning domain, as well as an application score.

How does my team receive Checkpoint results?

Applicants select which schools they want their Checkpoint results sent to right from the Kira Talent platform. Your team will receive the results via your Kira Talent portal.

Who owns Checkpoint results?

Applicants own their results. They can share them with as many schools as they want, at no cost.

Can applicants practice for the assessment?

Here are examples of the questions they are likely to encounter.

How much does it cost?

Checkpoint costs applicants $94.50 USD to take.

How long does it take?

Applicants have 90 minutes to complete 30 questions (10 in each of the 3 domains). The pacing of Checkpoint is moderate to provide them with time to think through the problems.

What equipment is needed to complete the assessment?

All applicants need is a computer with a functioning camera and microphone, stable internet connection, and a government-issued ID for verification purposes.

Register to learn more about Checkpoint

Assessment Error