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Aptitude test

A standardized test designed to measure the ability of a person to develop skills or acquire knowledge. Individuals might take an aptitude test to determine what kinds of careers they are well suited for. Similarly, high school students might take an aptitude test when thinking about what would be an appropriate college major or whether college is the best choice for them. This test is valid from the age of 14 yrs onwards.

Who Can Benefit?

  • High school students exploring careers.

  • Career changers seeking new paths.

  • Employers assessing candidates.

  • Children on the autism spectrum discovering strengths.

  • Children with learning difficulties (dyslexia) identifying areas of potential.

What Does It Measure?

Aptitude tests typically assess a range of cognitive abilities, including:

  • Verbal Reasoning: The ability to understand and analyze written information, draw inferences, and solve problems with words.

  • Numerical Reasoning: The ability to work with numbers, perform calculations, interpret data, and solve mathematical problems.

  • Abstract Reasoning: The ability to identify patterns, relationships, and logical rules in non-verbal information, such as shapes and figures.

  • Spatial Reasoning: The ability to visualize and manipulate objects in two or three dimensions, understand spatial relationships, and mentally rotate objects.

  • Mechanical Reasoning: The ability to understand basic mechanical principles, such as force, leverage, and energy, and apply them to solve problems.

Why Take an Aptitude Test?

  • Self-Discovery: Discover your natural strengths and weaknesses, and gain a deeper understanding of your potential.

  • Career Guidance: Identify careers and educational paths that align with your aptitudes and interests.

  • Informed Decision-Making: Make more confident choices about your future by considering your potential for success in different areas.

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