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Career aptitude tests are designed to assess whether the candidate possesses basic skills needed for doing a job or not. There are many sections in an aptitude test which assess a candidate on different parameters. The practice of taking aptitude tests as a part of recruitment process or for admission into colleges has been prevalent since times immemorial .Recruitment can also be done using someone like this agency which does tests in Singapore

These career aptitude tests can test a candidate on the following:

  • Quantitative Ability: The main aim of this section is to assess whether the candidate is well-versed with basic mathematical concepts or not. Mathematics is something that will be needed throughout the life. It is extremely crucial for the candidate to be well-versed with the concepts of differentiation, trigonometry, simple interest, profit and loss, percentages, algebra, geometry etc. These are the building block concepts and are usually taught between class 5th to class 10th to a person.
  • Verbal Ability: This section is designed to assess the candidate on his English skills. It is extremely important to be good at English because it is the official language and the main mode of communication in an organization. Comprehension of written matter is extremely crucial to avoid parlous situations in an organization.
  • Logical Reasoning: Logical reasoning or critical reasoning is crucial to understand the intricacies of different concepts. If the candidate has a critical bend of mind, he can get into the roots of problems in an organization and can solve them with ease. Logical reasoning requires the candidate to be well versed with concepts like arrangements, sequencing, positioning, clocks etc.
  • Data Interpretation: Playing with numbers (especially complex numbers) must be a thing which a potential candidate must be well-versed with. There may be times when an employee might have to deal with big figures (like in crores or lakhs). This can create panicky situations. But a candidate who is well aware of data interpretation can deal with such an information with ease. In fact, we are living in an age of big data (information overload). Being hopelessly good with numbers should be a skill that everyone should possess.
  • General Awareness and General Knowledge: Last but not the least is general awareness. Usually, aptitude tests check a candidate‚Äôs general knowledge. General awareness is tested in group discussion sessions. One must be fully aware of important international as well as national events. Current affairs must be known to a potential candidate like the back of his hand. Having good knowledge is always helpful and will help you to be never caught off-guard.