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1) Why should I rely on a career test for my child’s future when I have spent more time with my child than a 60-minute test?


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RE: 1) Why should I rely on a career test for my child’s future when I have spent more time with my child than a 60-minute test?

Aditya Sisodia
Aditya Sisodia
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Hi Priya,

Welcome to career guide, thank you for asking this question which is a common concern among all the parents who want to register or are inclined to register their child for the careerguide.com psychometric test. 

You are right that when you say that you know your child better than a what career test report can share, first a bit about the psychometric test that is a tool used as a standard which is based on scientific method helps to measure individuals' mental capabilities along with his/her behavioral learning preference/style.

Career tests are made and designed in such a manner as to measure/diagnose and then closely predict candidates' suitability for the role he has in mind based on his/her personality and aptitude. 

That is why it is always suggested to go ahead with a counseling session with a career coach/counselor who would be an added advantage so as to ensure that your expectation as a parent toward your child future and your child understanding and interest map together, there is a convergence of thoughts and ideas.

Test which is done on careerguide.com collects and captures information using psychometric assessments to further identify the aspects which cannot be verbalized by either parent or children and are hidden in personality. 

Test act as a mirror to student and parents and help to clear out confusion and doubt that child would be having but is unable to express with the discussion from a right counselor.

There are plenty of new age career options that is available today which not many people have heard of that majority of parents/children are not aware of also and are hesitant to try, because of lack of credible sources.    

In such cases career guide test assessment prove to beneficial as they provide a road map for parents and students  and easy to understand so as to plan for the future, keeping in mind their aptitude and interest, so as to prepare in the right direction with the right guidance from counselor expertise based on the report.   

It is similar to a school report card, which tracks the progress of student at a given point of time and accordingly help to measure and improve the performance of the student from input from parents and teacher.

As a parent, your concerns are valid as your child future depends on it and with the right guidance, your child will be able to make the best out of coming times ahead without compromising on his academic scores.  As the idea of good stream/specialization selection is that academic background matches with a foreground of student ensure that in future the student is able to grasp the best opportunity in the job market combining his aptitude and interest without compromising on his academics grade or his personal aspiration. 

 As a stream/specialization selection helps students academic background matches with aspirations of the student, thus ensure that in future the student is able to grasp the best opportunity in the job market combining his aptitude and interest without compromising on his academics grade and his/her personal aspiration. 

You might feel that how a psychometric test can measure real abilities, or personality traits, or suitability for a stream or subject or career, but please remember that psychometric tests have been statistically tested/examined, and are designed/constructed to be objective and provide unbiased interpretation.

From my experience I have seen that psychometric assessments/tests are a highly reliable tool in predicting student/applicant/candidates' performance, and in majority of cases the report provides a highly accurate assessment of the applicant who has taken the test.

Feel free to connect for any additional information where we can guide you with yoru queries, thank yu for giving careerguide.com this opportunity to address your concern. 

 

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