What is pymetrics?
Pymetrics is a series of behavior based neuroscience games that objectively measure cognitive, social and behavioral attributes. Pymetrics leverages advanced technology to help JPMorgan Chase look beyond your resume and understand more about your natural strenghts to identify which roles you are most likely to succeed in.
How does it work?
You'll play a series of 12 games that measure the attributes that make you, you! There are no right or wrong answers - we're looking at how you approach problems, not specific solutions.
And pymetrics is just a piece of the process. Our people still consider all application materials – including in-person or virtual interviews – when making hiring decisions.
What’s in it for me?
After playing the pymetrics games, you’ll receive a detailed, personalized report for the talents you already possess. Pymetrics gives you the opportunity to shine, beyond what's on paper.
We want you to find a meaningful job in which you are most likely to succeed in. To help you find your fit, we've partnered with pymetrics to create the Program Navigator.
Frequently Asked Questions
Playing the games as part of an application
After you confirm your application, we will review it to determine whether you meet certain required qualifications. If you are advanced to the next step of the process, you’ll receive an email invitation to complete the pymetrics games. It’s important to note your application will not be reviewed further until you have completed the pymetrics games. We strongly encourage you to complete the games as soon as possible.
You can only play the games once per year since they’re most accurate the first time. But, don’t worry! We’re only looking at how your playing matches with different roles, not for a particular set of answers.
You don’t need to replay the games if you’ve played in the last year [330 days to be exact], but you still need to click on the link in the email invitation you’ll receive after applying for your results to be submitted along with your application.
Once you begin a game, you cannot pause that game. However, each game lasts only 2-3 minutes, and you can take breaks in between the games. If you start pymetrics, but do not complete the full 12 game series, you will receive a reminder email.
You will have access to a personalized pymetrics report that provides insight into your unique cognitive, social and behavioral attributes. The report also provides information on how these attributes may manifest in the workplace, with some helpful tips for personal development. You can view that report anytime by logging into your pymetrics account and navigating to the “Results” tab.
If you chose to use the Program Navigator resource, you can view a short list of programs to assist with your program exploration.
Support and technical help
You will have the option to choose from multiple languages for the game instructions. pymetrics recommends you select your native language.
pymetrics is supported on the following web browsers: Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE 11. On mobile, you must be on a minimum of iOS 11 for Apple devices or 4.4 on Android devices. Pymetrics is not compatible with tablet devices.
Please make sure your email address is correct in your application, and check to see if the email went to your spam/trash folder. You can also contact pymetrics support by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to ask them to resend your email invitation.
pymetrics offers accommodations for color blindness, ADHD, and dyslexia, which you can select within the games. Should you require a reasonable accommodation beyond those listed, you can email the JPMorgan Chase My Accessibility Hub with your request. Detailed instructions on how to submit a request will be provided in your pymetrics invitation email. You may request an accommodation at any point in the process.