Psychological Assessment

Psychological Assessment is a comprehensive administration of psychological tests. A psychological test is “an objective and standardized measure of a sample of behavior”. The term sample of behavior refers to an individual’s performance on tasks that have usually been prescribed beforehand. The samples of behavior that make up a paper-and-pencil test, the most common type of test, are a series of items. Performance on these items produce a test score. A score on a well-constructed test is a reflection of a psychological construct such as achievement in a school subject, cognitive ability, aptitude, emotional functioning, personality, etc. Differences in test scores are a reflection to individual differences in the construct the test is supposed to measure. Psychological Assessment is one resources to select job applicants or employees and provide career development counseling or training.

Test included but not limited to:

  • CFIT (Culture Fair Intelligence Test)
  • TIU (General Intelligence Tes)
  • TKD (Basic Skills Test)
  • AA (Army Alpha)
  • IST (Intelligence Structure Test)
  • TIKI (Indonesia Collective Intelligence Test
  • EPPS (Edwards Personal Preference Schedule)
  • DAM & BAUM
  • RM (The Rothwell Miller)
  • PAPI Kostick
  • Pauli
  • Kraepelin Test
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