Aptitude Testing can
provide a unique insight into an individual's talents, as they measure
one's characteristics and ability to acquire additional skills.
Aptitude testing can help pinpoint where one's strengths lie.
The work that an individual is most likely to enjoy and be successful
in is work that best matches his or her aptitudes. Certain occupations
will be a better fit than others, and if one works in a field that
doesn’t match his or her natural abilities, he or shemay find
their work unrewarding, unchallenging, difficult or unpleasant.
While no guarantee of success or happiness, aptitude tests can
be an extraordinarily useful tool in narrowing down your best career
choices. The key objective of a career aptitude test is to help
you understand your own natural or acquired abilities and identify
the career choices that best match your aptitudes.
If there is not a VocRehab Consultant in your area to perform testing,
we will mail the tests to you for completion. After completing the
test, we ask that you mail the test to us, and we generate an aptitude
test report based on your results. This report, which will include
the results, interpretation, and recommendations, will be sent to
you. After reviewing the report, if you should have any further
questions about your results, a VocRehab Consultant is available
to discuss them with you.
Learning Disability Testing is crucial for the
diagnosis of all types of learning disabilities. A learning disability
is diagnosed when a specific ability, such as reading, is significantly
lower than a person's general ability, usually measured by an IQ
test. Testing can also be used to diagnose or rule out attention
deficit disorders. A continuous performance test, performance on
certain IQ subtests, and teacher and/or parent reports can be combined
to make a definitive and accurate diagnosis.
A person with a learning disability may experience a cycle of academic
failure and lowered self-esteem, which can result in overwhelming
frustration to the individual and his or her family members. However,
it is important to remember that a person with a learning disability
can learn. The disability usually only affects certain limited areas
of a child's development. In fact, rarely are learning disabilities
severe enough to impair a person's potential to live a happy, normal
To request Aptitude or Learning Disability Testing
or any of our other services call (678) 520-5933
or fill out the form below.