APTITUDE TEST

APTITUDE TEST / TRAINING FOR STUDYING ABROAD.

Aptitude tests are structured systematic ways of evaluating how people perform on different tasks or react to different situations. They mostly consist of multiple choice questions and are administered under exam conditions. They are strictly timed; a typical test may allow for only 30 minutes for answering 30 questions. There are standardized methods of administration and scoring with the results compared with how others have done at the same tests. Therefore any training on these tests can be the difference between success and failure.

Aptitude tests normally includes:
» Numeric Aptitude Tests
» Verbal Aptitude Tests
» Non-verbal Aptitude Tests
» Miscellaneous Tests.

NUMERICAL APTITUDE TESTS:

Numerical Aptitude defines the ability of an individual to execute tasks relating to the handling of numbers. Numerical Aptitude tests are not only used at school admittance exams but are also frequently used by employers during employee selection for a broad variety of jobs.

Mixed Numerical Aptitude Test: This is a general Numerical Aptitude test. The test includes most types of numerical aptitude questions found as part of numerical aptitude tests used during school admittance exams.

Numerical Logic Tests: In Numerical Logic tests you are to find the missing number in a sequence. The number sequence has a defined pattern, normally of a mathematical nature. You are to determine this pattern and thereby find the missing number. Numerical Logic questions are widely used during employers' aptitude testing, school admittance tests and in various intelligence tests.

Numerical Reasoning Tests: Numerical Reasoning tests are used to measure a person's general numerical aptitude. These tests involve both complex calculations presented in a simple format and simple calculations made by extracting the needed data presented in a complex format.

Data Interpretation Tests: Data Interpretation tests are used to determine a person's ability to extract the correct data from tables, graphs and charts. The data extracted has to be manipulated mathematically to find the correct answer.

Mathematical Knowledge Tests: Mathematical Knowledge test questions are designed to test your knowledge of general mathematical rules and principles. Subjects could include: quadratic equations, exponents, surface area, volume area, and order of operation.

VERBAL APTITUDE TESTS:

Verbal aptitude tests asses a person's ability to spell words correctly, use correct grammar, understand word meanings, understand word relationships and interpret detailed written information. Verbal Aptitude tests are not only used at school admittance exams but are also frequently used by employers during employee selection for a broad variety of jobs.

Verbal Logic Tests: In Verbal Logic tests you are to find the missing letter in a sequence of letters. The letter sequence has a defined pattern which may be of a numerical nature. You are to determine this pattern and thereby find the missing letter.

Verbal Reasoning Tests: Verbal Reasoning tests involve verbal puzzles which may include a numerical element. A person's ability to extract meaning from complex information and to think logically, analytically and numerically is assessed.

Verbal Comprehension Tests: The Verbal Comprehension test assesses a person's ability to understand, analyze and interpret written information. Verbal Comprehension questions are often a part of verbal aptitude or verbal reasoning tests.

Vocabulary Tests: Vocabulary tests are used to determine the broadness of a person's vocabulary. Vocabulary questions are a common part of verbal aptitude tests. The test questions are similar to the questions of the GRE, SAT and MAT exams.

Word Relations Tests: Word Relation exercises (also called Word Relationship exercises) are a common part of verbal aptitude tests. In the Word Relations test the reader is to hypothesize the relationship between the two example words and then find the best match between the option words. For example: Stop is to red as go is to…? The correct answer is green.

Synonyms and Antonyms Tests: A synonym is a word which is identical in sense and usage with another, for example sick is a synonym of ill. An antonym is a word which is of contrary meaning to another, for example wet is an antonym of dry.

Homonym Tests: A homonym is a word that is pronounced the same (or almost the same) as another word, but has a different meaning. Homonyms are commonly confused in CVs, cover letters and application forms. These mistakes are rarely caught by the computer's spell check, therefore it is important that you know the difference between these words.

Spelling and Grammar Tests: Spelling and grammar tests are designed to determine your verbal skills. More specifically your knowledge of correct grammar usage and spelling.

NON VERBAL APTITUDE TESTS:

Non-verbal Aptitude involves the ability to understand and analyze information presented visually and solve problems using visual reasoning. Non-verbal aptitude tests are not only used at school admittance exams but are also frequently used by employers during employee selection for a broad variety of jobs.

Non-verbal Reasoning Tests: Non-verbal Reasoning tests are used to assess a person’s ability to spot patterns and identify errors or inconsistencies.

Abstract Reasoning Tests: Abstract Reasoning tests (also known as diagrammatic reasoning tests) are used to assess a person's ability to work out new concepts and abstract ideas without relying on prior knowledge. In abstract reasoning exercises the purpose is to recognize patterns and similarities between shapes and figures.

Spatial Visualization Tests: Spatial Visualization tests are used to assess a person's ability to mentally manipulate 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional figures. Spatial visualization tests can sometimes be called 'Spatial Relations Tests' or 'Spatial Reasoning Tests' or even 'Spatial Intelligence Tests.


MISCELLANEOUS TESTS:

This section contains the aptitude tests that do not belong to any other category
Many students have a fear of tests, but these are usually only part of the overall assessment procedure so test results won't usually be the only information looked at.

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