Setting up KTS (Human eSources) Assessments

These instructions relate to the Keys to Succeed psychometric assessments. They are accessed in a portal outside the BridgeU platform. 

Keys to Succeed psychometric assessments are available to BridgeU schools that have included this as part of their subscription. If you are not sure if this is included in your subscription or are interested in adding this to your subscription, please contact your Customer Success Manager or email

Step 1: Your Customer Success Manager will activate your school account and add you as a Program Administrator on Human eSources. This will trigger an email (subject: "Your new Human eSources account") inviting you to log in to Keys to Succeed (KTS).

Step 2: Once you sign in, you will have three access keys for the three different psychometric assessments. They can be found at the bottom of your home screen.

Step 3: Copy the 7 character access key (eg. “7QQQQQQ”) for the assessment you want to set your students, and share this access key with your students. You can use BridgeU's Assessments tool to assign a KTS assessment and share the access key with your students. More information can be found in this article.

Step 4: Students navigate to the login page and enter the access key that you shared with them. From here they will gain access to the assessments.

Step 5: From your account, you can track and view the results of students' assessments.

You can also take the assessments yourself to test out. On the top right corner, click in to your profile, and then click My Portfolio. To go back to your admin dashboard, click Pro Tools on the top right navigation bar.

For more detailed instructions, see the Keys to Succeed help centre:


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