Psychometric Test

What is a psychometric test?

Psychometric tests help to identify a individual skills, knowledge and personality. They're often used during the preliminary screening stage, or as part of an assessment center. They're objective, convenient and strong indicators of any performance; making them very popular with large visitation.

Our psychometric testing is completed online. Most tests are time bounded,We have a Pro version for Adults and Lite Version for children of Schools.

Common tests include:
  • Intrapersonal Quotient.
  • Interpersonal Quotient.
  • Rational Emotive Quotient.
  • General Well-Being Quotient.

How to pass Psychometric Test?

Psychometric assessment tests helped us in measuring the potential of candidates so that they perform well in their job roles.

Lots of practice.

Have the right equipment .

Read the instructions.

Be aware of the time .

Know More about Psychometric Test

Intrapersonal Quotient is simply about how we view, judge and therefore feel about ourselves and expect to be accepted and valued by people who we value in life. A strong sense of self is vital in determining how we approach life; relate to and work with others. This quotient is measured by our skill in tackling life events and is interpreted by us via feedback got from others.
Interpersonal Quotient is about how we interact, deal with and manage others. It's about communicating to others what we feel or deserve – however in a manner that does not infringe upon their rights. It is also about understanding and appropriately responding to other's communication about what they feel or deserve. Being assertive, that is talking about our needs, wants, feelings, beliefs and opinions to others in a straightforward style, yet which still shows respect for them, is an important component of this quotient. However, at times we confuse assertive behavior with aggression and control, and erroneously assume that to assert ourselves is to be loud and belligerent and refuse to compromise in any way, or try to make others agree to what we want by any and all means. The use of aggressive behaviors, such as verbal or physical threats, or attempts to control others indirectly through manipulation, may sometimes get us what we desire, but at the cost of any goodwill in our relationships. Over a period of time, aggression and control are as self-defeating as being passive or submissive.
Thousands of years ago, the Greek philosopher Epitectus said that we are not disturbed by things but the views we take of them. Many centuries later, the most famous English dramatist Shakespeare wrote a similar line: that there is nothing good or bad but our thinking makes it so. Rational emotive behavior is about understanding the importance of this idea and working to make our emotions more rational. The behavior is founded on a small number of straightforward principles having deep implications: we are accountable for our own emotions and actions; our hurtful emotions and dysfunctional behaviors are the result of our illogical thinking; we can learn to have more reasonable and realistic views and, with practice, make them a part of us; we'll experience a deeper acceptance of ourselves and greater satisfactions in life by developing a reality-based outlook.
General Well-being quotient is about how we feel generally in life. Our perceived level of stress is an important part of our general well-being. Stress is a condition or feeling experienced when a person perceives that demands exceed the personal and social resources the individual is able to mobilize. A little bit of stress, called positive stress, is good for us as it helps us work better in demanding situations. But if not within acceptable limits, stress can affect both our body and our mind. People under large amounts of stress can become tired, sick, and incapable of concentrating or thinking clearly. Sometimes, they even suffer mental breakdowns. Similarly our happiness and anxiety levels also affect our general well-being.
You have been assessed on four parameters: Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Rational Emotive, and General well being. Following is the graphical analysis of your result. The grey area represents the Ideal map, the yellow represents the Indian average (Benchmark) and blue represents Actual Score.

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