Aptitude Testing

Aptitude testing is a standardised method to measure the ability of a person to develop skills and acquire knowledge. It measures your capabilities for thinking and reasoning; particularly your logical and analytical reasoning abilities. 

Pathfinder Clinic comprehensive aptitude testing includes tests of aptitude, career interests, and personality profile. It delineates specific abilities based on current occupational and vocational needs and life-styles. The questions are designed to test your skills and discover your interests. Once compiled, it helps to define your natural preferences and strengths which are then matched with various career options.


Aptitude Testing at Pathfinder Clinic, Magarpatta City, Pune. 

Eligibility: Standard 9 or above

Timings: Monday - Saturday 10am-7pm

Contact: 66069676 (Monday - Saturday 10am-8pm)

Who can take an aptitude test?

Students from Class 9 onwards into College, and adults can take this test.  The DBDA, used at Pathfinder Clinic, has separate norms for each class and also for gender.

When should I do an aptitude test?

An aptitude test can be done at any career choice stage. Initially this may be when you are high school (Class 9 to 12), and later in college. Even as an adult, when you are considering a career change an aptitude test can help.
An aptitude test does not guarantee a perfect career. However, it will help narrow down your choices. An aptitude test combined with an interest schedule and personality profile helps formulate a more relevant career profile. An aptitude test can open up avenues you may never have even considered before.

How long will it take for me to complete the test?

The aptitude test will take about an hour to complete. The duration would be about two hours for the comprehensive test which is combined with a personality assessment. No preparation is required other than that of arriving on time. The test is administered at Pathfinder Clinic itself. Everything required for the test is provided at the time of aptitude testing.