More information on the Hogrefe Testsystem 5 is available here. Detailed user instructions are presented in the online manual.

Local testing / Online testing / Quick input

HTS 5 enables testing to be carried out on the same device on which it was prepared (local testing). When preparing the test, the user can create a link enabling the test to be taken remotely and send the link to the test taker (online testing). If testing has already been carried out in a non-electronic form (i.e. paper-pencil tests), the user may input the respondent’s results manually (quick input).

Individual testing / Serial testing

HTS 5 simplifies the user experience, enabling a test to be prepared for one test taker (individual testing), or for a group of test takers (serial testing) at the same time.

Personalized testing / Anonymous testing

HTS 5 can be set up using personal data, where the respondent's profile includes their personal information (name, age, etc.) or anonymously, where only an individual code is input for each respondent.

Profiling and Ranking

To make it easier to analyse the results, HTS 5 includes a function to create a target profile. The 'target profile' represents the desired results.

Follow-up/Group Analysis

Follow-up analyses enable users to trace changes in the results for two or several tests taken by one respondent over a period of time. The system enables you to determine the difference in test values for a specific scale, a group of scales, or for overall test results.


In addition to the standard reports, which include statistical data and graphic presentation of the test taker’s profile, HTS 5 also provides narrative reports with individual analysis of each respondent's results. Some test batteries come with narrative reports as standard, while for others, narrative reports are an optional extra.

Data export

Every type of report, including comparative reports, can be downloaded as PDFs. In addition, test results and rating results can be exported in CSV or XLSX format.