General aptitude tests are the only exams currently being administered that we consider to be “real”. A real aptitude test measures your ability to learn, not your acquired knowledge. General aptitude tests measure your ability to learn new skills, information, or subjects. These tests should start with the premise that you know NOTHING about the subject being presented.
A general aptitude test measures your ability to learn. Tasks presented in the test might involve assembling objects or choosing the right symbol. The general aptitude test is very similar to an IQ test. It measures the capacity at which you’re able to analyze the given information and fill in the blanks or complete the picture or think outside the box or whatever the given task involves.
The General Aptitude Test Battery or GATB is administered to high school students starting in the 9th grade. As with all standardizes tests, there are bound to liberal parents who insist that their children shouldn’t be forced to take standardized tests.
Below are the general aptitude tests that we currently have available. These tests are a combination of math, numerical reasoning, verbal, English, and mechanical aptitude questions.