It is important to keep in mind that aptitudes are learnt and are dynamic in nature. Harder you work on your aptitudes better it gets . Your academics and aptitudes scores may differ from each other . Since academic scores measure the knowledge of a subject , whereas, an aptitude test measures the application of that knowledge. We have measured you on the following APTITUDES: MR. (Mechanical Reasoning) – Measures how well a person can understand mechanical principles and apply laws of physics. This ability is important in courses related to technology and sciences.
SIR (Space Relations) – Measures how well a person can visualize or think in three dimensions. This ability is important in courses such as art, technology and sciences. IVR (Verbal Reasoning) – Measures how well a person can reason with words. It also looks at one’s ability to understand and apply concepts expressed in words. It is important in general academic success and in Jobs requiring written or oral communication. AN (Numerical Ability) – Measures how well a person can reason with and use numbers and work with quantitative materials and ideas.
This ability is important in sciences, technology, accounting and business fields. LIZ (Language Usage) – Measures how well a person can recognize and use standard English grammar, punctuation and capitalization. This ability is important n Jobs requiring written or oral communication as well as higher level occupations in science, business and services. W (Vocabulary Testing) – Measures how well a person can understand the meaning and the precise use of words for maximum effectiveness.
This is important for communication in occupations involving high levels of responsibility and decision making AS (Speed and Accuracy) – Measures how accurately and rapidly a person perceives small details within a mass of letters, numbers and symbols. This ability is important in office work and other Jobs requiring fine visual discrimination.
The knowledge of your will equip you to inculcate the trait that is required in the particular occupation that you are aiming at. You were tested on eight TRAITS, each having two dimensions. The eight TRAITS are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Accepting v/s Analytical Imaginative v/s Pragmatic Conforming v/s Autonomous Supportive v/s Directive Flexible v/s Organized Private v/s Recognition Realistic v/s Artistic Reserved v/s Social Remember, that neither TRAIT is good nor bad. It depends on the kind of person you are, and the kind of situation you are in. Following are your traits at work.
They are given in the order of dominance: 1) Conforming 2) Organized 3) Private 4) Reserved 5) Pragmatic 6) Supportive 7) Analytical 8) RealisticAccepting: They have an inclination to accept situations as it is and value clear cut activities in which they see the concrete results of their own work. Analytical: These individuals have intellectual curiosity and like to solve complex tasks. The need for information, the need to know and the need to question “Why’ is very important to them. Imaginative: Individuals scoring towards the imaginative end value activities where they can be carefree and use their imagination.
Pragmatic: Individuals high on pragmatic value activities in which they take good care of their property, improve their abilities and work with things to make them more practical and efficient. 8 of 9 Kamala Goop – Career Assessment Conforming: Individuals scoring toward the Conforming end value working under careful supervision where clear directions and regulations can be followed. Autonomous: These individuals value activities in which they are relatively free of rules and regulation, work on their own and are not restricted by social obligations.
Supportive: Individuals scoring toward the Supportive end, value activities in which they can be a good follower and do not need to direct others or tell others what to do. Directive: Making decisions, directing others and speaking for the group are major seen as important and usually take positions of leadership. Flexible: These individuals value activities in which they can take things as they come and do not need prior planning. Organized: They value activities in which they keep things tidy and do what they are expected to do.
They prefer to be pre-planned in their work. Private: Individuals scoring towards the Privacy end of this scale value keeping their activities private and are not concerned with being considered a famous person. Recognition: These individuals seek the admiration of others as well as the rewards of honorary degree. To become well known, famous and to know important people are major values for them. Realistic: Individuals scoring on the Realistic end prefer activities in which they are to involved with appreciation of artistic qualities but focus on the practical side.
Artistic: They value activities where they appreciate beauty, where they show artistic and emotional sensitivity, appreciate music and arts. Reserved: They value activities in which they spend time alone, on their own projects and prefer to do their affairs on their own working with many others. Social: They value activities where they can help others and appreciate the work of charitable service groups. Working with people in a friendly situation is important to such persons. 9 of 9