aptitude test


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aptitude test

 [ap´tĭ-to̳d]
one designed to measure the capacity for developing general or specific skills.

ap·ti·tude test

an occupation-oriented intelligence test used to evaluate a person's abilities, talents, and skills; particularly valuable in vocational counseling.

aptitude test

any of a variety of standardized tests for measuring an individual's ability to learn certain skills. Compare achievement test, intelligence test, personality test, psychological test.

ap·ti·tude test

(ap'ti-tūd test)
An occupation-oriented intelligence test used to evaluate a person's abilities, talents, and skills; particularly valuable in vocational counseling.
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She added an agreement was signed with the Higher Education Council that no student would be accepted in university if they don't pass their aptitude test.
UPSC aspirants have been protesting vociferously against the Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) examination, which was introduced in 2011, demanding that it be made easy for rural students.
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Prince Harry has passed an initial aptitude test and, if he successfully completes the four-week course, will progress to full flight training in January 2009.
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All schools should specialise in some discipline, be it languages, sport, engineering, music, computing or whatever and every child should take an aptitude test for however many of the schools whose specialism interests him.