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This is where you can download documents to find out more about Psytech SA’s products, services and prices, open an account, place an order for products or assessment services, or get access to our online system. Click on the links to download the documents. All documents are in pdf format.

Catalogue

Catalogue 2024

Letters of sole and exclusive distributorship

This document serves to certify Psytech SA’s sole distribution rights for the Psytech International range of tests:

Letter of exclusive distributorship 2024

BEE certificate

BEE Certificate 2024

New clients

Most clients operate on a cash account basis with Psytech SA. For such accounts, payment must be received before goods or services are provided.

         (Note: Please initial each page of the terms and conditions document.) 

Minimum requirements to run the GeneSys online assessment system

Data protection and GeneSys system minimum requirements

 

Order forms

  • When you want to purchase credits to use the online assessment system, or if you want to order pencil and paper materials, the following form needs to be completed and signed by the responsible psychology professional: Psytech Order Form
  • For clients who have ordered credits in bulk, the following form needs to be submitted in order to redeem credits from the bulk order: Redeeming Credits from Bulk
  • Clients who use pencil and paper materials and who do not want to score the tests themselves can make use of our bureau scoring service. For this, the following form must be completed: Psytech Bureau Service Order Form

          (Note: The bureau service is less economical to use than scoring answer sheets yourself on the online system.)

Price list

Training catalogue

Documents relating to research collaboration

If you have a research project planned and want to use Psytech tests, we are interested in collaborating!  If you want to propose such a project, the following form must be completed: Collaborate with us on research

Assessment practice items

 

How to use norms responsibly