What is an aptitude?

Aptitude refers to the competency of a person to learn or acquire knowledge. Most of the jobs in the corporate world require employees to expand their skill set through additional training. As companies are ready to provide on the job training, they seek for candidates who have the competency to undergo the training. Aptitude testing evaluates how you accomplish tasks and react to situations you face in your daily environments. The tests include questions about your interests, talent and hobbies. Schools, employment agencies and companies use aptitude tests to guide the test taker's professional path.

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What is an Aptitude Test?

An aptitude test is a systematic means of testing a job candidate's abilities to perform specific tasks and react to a range of different situations. The tests each have a standardised method of administration and scoring, with the results quantified and compared with all other test takers. No prior knowledge is assumed, as the tests seek to determine innate ability at a particular competency. An aptitude test tests your following:

Verbal Skills: Aptitude skills measure your verbal abilities by examining your spelling, grammar, reading comprehension, critical thinking and finally your vocabulary. You may have to complete sentences or identify misspelled words, find out antonyms and synonyms.

Mathematic Skills: The math section of an aptitude test offers basic mathematics and this is the area where your speed and accuracy in problem solving is tested. Math problems get harder as you progress, and you have to find solutions using scratch paper.

Spatial Ability:Spatial ability is the capacity to interpret the meaning of shapes and images, draw forms and follow maps. Military, law enforcement and first responders take aptitude tests with these types of questions.

Data Checking:Data checking on aptitude tests measure your ability to look at tables and other data and check for accuracy and errors. Employment agencies offer this testing for data entry, clerical and accounting jobs.

Personality: Personality inventories, such as Myers-Briggs, ask questions about your likes and dislikes to determine what career and academic field fit your personality .

How are Aptitude Tests Administered?

Aptitude tests are increasingly administered online - most often after a candidate has made their initial job application - and are used to filter unsuitable applicants out of the selection process, without the need for time-consuming one-to-one job interviews.

Employers use aptitude tests from a variety of providers - such as SHL, Talent Q and Cubiks - alongside general interview advice, application forms, assessment centres, academic results and other selection methods. No test is perfect, but all aim to give an indication of how candidates will respond to the challenges they will face in their day-to-day role at a firm.

The tests can be taken online or at a testing centre, such as a firm's offices, where they are usually paper-based. Often a firm may ask you to complete both types of test, to confirm you did not cheat during the initial unsupervised online test.

Course Syllabus

Aptitude Training Course Content

1. Number System
2. Average
3. LCM & HCF
4. Ratio & Proportion
5. Percentage
6. Partnership
7. Mixtures & Alligations
8. Simple Interest & Compound Interest
9. Problems Based on Ages
10. Profit & Loss
11. Sequence & Series
12. Time & Work
13. Pipes & Cisterns
14. Time & Distance
15. Boats & Streams
16. Calendar
17. Clocks
18. Permutation & Combination
19. Probability
20. Trigonometry
21. Geometry
22. Mensuration
23. Data Sufficiency

Module 2: VERBAL REASONING (10hrs)

Verbal reasoning is the ability to understand the concepts expressed through words. In this you may get passage of text with some activities through verbal reasoning, one may assess your verbal skills. which may include your vocabulary, spelling, grammar and reading and understanding capabilities. Also, follow the reasoning topics given below.

1. Number series
2. Analogy
3. Classifications
4. Blood relations
5. Coding-decoding
6. Puzzle test
7. Machine input
8. Inequalities
9. Decision making
10. Syllogism
11. Sitting arrangement
12. Sequential output tracing
13. Direction sense test
14. Logical Venn diagram
15. Alphabet test
16. Alpha-numerical sequence puzzle
17. Mathematical operations
18. Numbers, ranking & time sequence test
19. Logical sequence test
20. Arithmetical operations
21. Inserting the missing characters
22. Data Sufficiency
23. Eligibility test
24. Assertion and reason
25. Situation reaction test
26. Verification of truth of the statement

Module 3: NON-VERBAL REASONING (10 hrs)

The non verbal reasoning is like picture oriented problems. You can easily solve these by viewing the pictures. Also follow the nonverbal reasoning topics which are given below.

1. Series
2. Analogy
3. Classification
4. Analytical reasoning
5. Mirror-image
6. Water-image
7. Spotting out the embedded figures
8. Completion of incomplete pattern
9. Figure matrix
10. Paper folding
11. Paper cutting
12. Rule detection
13. Grouping of identical figures
14. Cubes and dice
15. Dot situation
16. Construction of squares and triangles

Module 4: LOGICAL REASONING (5 hrs)

Finally, logical reasoning is the most challenging task. When you view the reasoning syllabus the important thing is knowing the topics of logical reasoning. These are given below.

1. Statements and course of action
2. Statements and assumption
3. Cause and effect reasoning
4. Statements and argument
5. Drawing inference
6. Statement and Conclusion
7. Deriving conclusion from passages
8. Theme detection
9. Calendars
10. Clocks
11. Sequence and series
12. Puzzles
13. Seating arrangement
14. Odd figures or Odd man out

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  •   Reasoning, Analytical, Logical, Verbal & Non-verbal.
  •   Verbal aptitude
  •   Communication Skills Enhancement
  •   Resume Writing Skills
  •   Group Discussion
  •   Interview Skills
  •   Personality Development
  •   Company Specific Training
    •   TCS
    •   CTS etc.
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