Intelligence, Ability and Aptitude are often used interchangeably to refer to behavior that is used to predict future learning or performance. However, there exists a subtle difference between the terms. And the tests designed to measure these attributes differ in several significant ways.
As intelligence tests, aptitude tests also measure a student's overall performance across a broad range of mental capabilities. But aptitude tests also often include items which measure more specialized abilities--such as verbal and numerical skills--that predict scholastic performance in educational programs. We train the students on the four sections of aptitude that is tested across all organizations.
- QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
- LOGICAL REASONING
- DATA INTERPRETATION
- VERBAL ABILITY
The Campus Recruitments Aptitude Training Program will hone your existing skills and teach you shortcuts and tips that will help you ace such Aptitude Tests. Practice Aptitude Tests will be provided to help you in your preparation.