Aptitudes

WHAT YOUR Career Aptitude Test SCORES TELL YOU

            You will probably have scored better on some Career Aptitude Tests than on others. As you study your Career Aptitude Test and Career Guidance results, keep in mind that your higher scores reflect your comparative strengths and that this information will suggest career areas you should investigate. Your lower scores on the Career Aptitude Test do not prohibit you from finding some success in those areas but are indications that  you may have a tougher time and will not reach as high a level of success.

APTITUDES

            In this section there are six Career Aptitude Tests, comprising 219 questions, with a total duration of two and a half hours. Following aptitudes are tested and graded in the following order: Very Low, Low, Below Average, Low Average, Average, High Average, Well above Average, Superior and Very Superior.

             First, let us take a look at your ability to handle BUSINESS situations.  If you have done well on this Career Aptitude Test, you most  likely will be able to : administer programmes, advertise merchandise, conduct meetings, confront others, coordinate activities, delegate responsibilities, distribute products, handle complaints, hire workers, manage organizations, mediate between departments, monitor others’ progress, motivate people, negotiate contracts, organize a company, persuade others, plan company needs, promote products, sell consumer goods, supervise workers, prepare a public-relations campaign, evaluate employee performance, and oversee production.

            Your potential for working rapidly and accurately with minute details was evidenced on CLERICAL Career Aptitude Test.  It shows your aptitude to: alphabetize lists, arrange information, catalog data, collate materials, compile statistics, discriminate minute details, dispense information, examine notices, file particulars, handle details, index topics, inspect objects, proofread publications, recall minutiae., record data, remember minor  details, repeat set procedures, schedule events, sort information, update files, work at a relatively fast pace, and keep projects within a preset timetable.

            Using different forms of reasoning to solve abstract problems is the key to the LOGIC section.  Doing well for this Career Aptitude Test shows you most likely have the ability to: adjudicate disagreements, analyze data, categorize information, classify materials, condense lengthy  reports, create new ideas, deduce conclusions, design data systems, devise a research plan, edit publications, extract main ideas, evaluate proposals, identify problem areas, invent solutions, link  similarities, organize a plan, predict outcomes, question others, recommend actions, systematize an involved process, think strategically, identify the pros and cons of a proposal , and judge the value of property.

Your score on the MECHANICAL Career Aptitude Test indicates your ability to : adjust electrical equipment, assemble apparatus, construct buildings, design patterns, display artistic ideas, exhibit artifacts, follow a pattern, illustrate diagrams, invent new machinery, measure areas, memorize designs, operate heavy-duty equipment, overhaul motors, repair appliances, service appliances, sketch diagrams, visualize new applications, work with precision, operate television studio equipment, and design company logos.

            Your NUMERICAL Career Aptitude Test score shows your aptitude for solving and estimating  solutions to mathematical problems.  So if you have done well on this test, you most likely will be able  to : approximate amounts, assess property, audit financial records, balance budgets, budget expenses, calculate depreciations, compile statistics, compute solutions, determine fees, estimate solutions, evaluate net worth, figure discounts, gauge probabilities, measure boundaries, program computers, project future needs, quantify materials, set prices, survey land areas, tabulate surveys, verify measurements, prepare tax forms, and plan tax strategies.

And lastly you showed your aptitude for understanding, analyzing, and resolving others’ personal or social problems on the SOCIAL Career Aptitude Test.  So if you have done well here, you should be quite able to: advise people, assess personal progress, be considerate of others’ feelings, coach teams, counsel people, encourage others, express feelings, guide conversations, instruct pupils, interview people, listen to others, mediate between sides, motivate others, organize groups, persuade others, provide consultations, recommend a course of action, reflect feelings, rehabilitate others, respond to situations, supervise others, build a sense of trust, convince others to believe something you hold to be true, and resolve personal conflicts.