Aptitude tests are often used to assess academic potential or career suitability and may be used to assess either mental or physical talent in a variety of domains.
An aptitude test is designed to assess what a person is capable of doing or to predict what a person is able to learn or do given the right education and instruction.
It represents a person’s level of competency to perform a certain type of task.
What are aptitude tests?
People encounter a variety of aptitude tests throughout their personal and professional lives, often starting while they are children going to school.
Here are a few examples of common aptitude tests:
- An aptitude test is given to high school students to determine which type of careers they might be good at
- A test assessing an individual’s aptitude to become a fighter pilot
- A career test evaluating a person’s capability to work as an air traffic controller
- A computer programming test to determine how a job candidate might solve different hypothetical problems
- A test designed to test a person’s physical abilities needed for a particular job such as a police officer or firefighter
Which aptitude tests do you provide?
Following is an outline of validated aptitude tests provided by Life Psychologists:
The WIAT-III is a comprehensive, individually administered test for assessing the achievement of children, adolescents, tertiary students and young adults who are aged 4 year through to 19 years, 11 months or in preschool through to Year 12.
The WIAT-III is often requested by parents and school counsellors as the detailed results are invaluable for teachers developing Individual Learning Plans (ILPs) for the school setting.
It is usually conducted in conjunction with the WISC-V (IQ Test) for a comprehensive academic and cognitive assessment.
Test age range: 4 to 50 years
- Intake Interview: 30mins – 1 hour
- Assessment: 60-90 mins
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