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  1. 1. Contents INTRODUCTION SUMMARY AMCAT SCORES AND FEEDBACK YOUR PERSONALITY YOUR JOB FIT IMPROVE YOUR EMPLOYABILITY RESOURCES
  2. 2. Chapter I. INTRODUCTION This report will tell you: Your AMCAT scores on various skills needed in select industries Learn what you do well and what you have to improve Your personality Understand your Big Five personality profile Your match to various jobs in the market Learn about the jobs for which you are highly employable, the jobs for which you have high potential, and the jobs for which you need to improve your skills How to improve the skills in which you are deficient Learn how you can improve various skills
  3. 3. Chapter II. SUMMARY Wencheslaus William AMCAT ID: 37790013332238 Your AMCAT Score The bar represents your performance in the module. The flag in each bar represents the average score in the module. Score of one module should not be compared with the score of another. The scores are on a scale of either 100-900 or 0-100. The scale corresponding to a module appears below the bar depicting the module’s score. Your Job Fit
  4. 4. English Comprehension Quantitative Ability Chapter III. AMCAT SCORES AND FEEDBACK This chapter provides your AMCAT performance score. SECTION I : YOUR AMCAT REPORT CARD Module Score Percentile (%) English Comprehension 300 1.2 Quantitative Ability 400 30.9 Logical Ability 285 2.6 Data Interpretation 550 97.7 Critical Reasoning 427 23.3 The score range is 100-900. Percentile rank is calculated by comparing the scores of all the candidates who took the module. A percentile rank of NA means that we do not calculate the percentile for that module or you did not answer enough questions in that module. SECTION II : HOW TO IMPROVE Learn how to improve your skills based on your test attempt. You need to put in substantial effort to improve your English. Your recommended next step is to make a greater effort to understand English text and conversations. A basic understanding of English is needed to read simple instructions, signs, announcements, and notices.You could seek help from a friend or a tutor or enroll in a course. Studying from a self-help grammar book to learn English may also help. In order to expose yourself to the language, you can watch English videos on the Internet, English channels on TV and try to read books with simple English.With consistent practice, you will soon develop an understanding of the language. You are good at basic arithmetic. You are able to solve real-world problems that involve simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. You can now learn how to apply these operations in real world scenarios that involve concepts of ratio, proportion, percentages, simple interest, time and work. Knowledge of these concepts will help you understand everyday concepts like how much time it takes to perform certain tasks, how to mix different components, how to evaluate and compare employee performance, etc.You could learn these concepts by studying a mathematics text book. These concepts are also fun to learn through online tutorials. You can practice the concepts of ratio and proportion by mixing two or more components while painting or cooking. You can track your own travel from/to different places to apply the concept of time, distance and speed. You are on the right track. Regular practice will bring excellence to your skills.
  5. 5. Logical Ability- Inductive Reasoning Logical Ability- Deductive Reasoning Data Interpretation Critical Reasoning You need to put in a great deal of effort to improve your predictive reasoning skills. You need to understand how to arrive at general rules based on specific evidence or information. Inductive reasoning will help you derive general rules from specific situations and carry out various tasks without needing instructions from others.You could start by reading inductive reasoning examples and analyzing them to understand their reasoning. A simple example can be: If a particular vehicle can run for 80 miles per gallon, then everyone who uses the same type of vehicle probably spends aboContinuous effort and regular practice can improve this skill. We wish you all the best! You need to put in a good deal of effort to improve your deductive reasoning skills. To begin, you need to observe carefully and understand simple rules and instructions in order to make sound, logical conclusions. In many scenarios, it is important to reach logical conclusions based on different situations. Deductive reasoning is useful because it enables a person to draw conclusions based on previously known facts.You could read about deductive reasoning online and about how to learn this skill. You could familiarize yourself with some common examples of deductive reasoning.The human brain is very powerful; a little effort can lead to superior skills. We wish you all the best! It is nice to note that you have the ability to apply your data interpretation skills to real-world problems and to draw appropriate conclusions. You should now aim to learn how to interpret data from multiple sources. Real-world data originates from multiple sources, and you need to integrate such diverse information effectively in order to interpret trends or patterns or to make predictions accurately.At this level, the key is to break down complex, multi-sourced** data into smaller pieces and to follow a procedural approach to arrive at a conclusion.A modest effort to understand complex, multi-sourced data will boost your interpretive skills. You are able to draw possible inferences based on simple objective rules. You need to work on how to differentiate fact from fiction and explain the information based on objective analysis. It is important to understand the difference between well-formed evidence and ill-formed evidence in order to make effective conclusions.You can improve your critical reasoning skills by referring to case studies and understanding how to analyze different data and situations. Consistent practice can help you refine your skill set.
  6. 6. Low Medium High Chapter IV. YOUR PERSONALITY This chapter provides you with a detailed analysis of your personality. The analysis is based on your responses to AMPI (Aspiring Minds Personality Inventory). AMPI is based on the Big Five model of personality but includes an additional trait - Polychronicity. AMPI adheres to global standards of reliability add validity. SECTION I: YOUR PERSONALITY SCORES The table below shows your percentile in each trait. Trait Your Level Extraversion Conscientiousness Emotional Stability Openness to Experience Agreeableness Polychronicity Note: Scores and Their Interpretation: For each trait, you have been classified as being LOW, MEDIUM or HIGH. It should be noted that these classifications are relative rather than absolute. They are based on norms derived from a sample of job aspirants. For instance, a person who is high on Extraversion is as extraverted as the top 33% of the people in our norm group, but he or she may still not be extraverted enough for a given role or meet a standard set by another individual. A low percentile rank does not imply bad performance and a high percentile rank does not imply good performance, since there is no concept of performance in personality. This report is best interpreted by a psychologist. The candidate is strongly advised not to take any action on the basis of this report without first referring to a qualified psychologist.
  7. 7. SECTION II: DESCRIPTION OF YOUR PERSONALITY This section provides you a detailed description of your personality traits. Extraversion Your score indicates you are High on Extraversion. Extraversion is defined as one's inclination towards the outer world. Individuals with high extraversion can be characterized as social, talkative and assertive. They like the company of people and enjoy social gatherings. They need external stimulation and get energized while interacting with people. They have lots of friends and thrive for making new social contacts. They like to work in groups and prefer to lead others. You like to with them. You are assertive of your view and prefer to lead rather than follow. You seek lot of excitement and like to engage in high energy and thrilling activities. You enjoy social gatherings and feel more comfortable being surrounded by people. Conscientiousness Your score indicates you are High on Conscientiousness. Conscientiousness has been called by some psychologists as the Will to Achieve. It is generally seen to have two components, one of striving for achievement and the other of dependability. The latter is characterized by being thorough, organized and responsible. The former is related to volitional variables such as hardwork, perseverance and orientation towards achievement. You are punctual, well organized and believe in self-discipline. You like everything in order and follow processes, plans and rules. You are a perfectionist, pay good attention to detail and work methodically to achieve your goals. You can be relied upon to get things done well. You are well-motivated, determined and have a good sense of direction in life. Emotional Stability Your score indicates you are Low on Emotional Stability. Emotional stability refers to being in a state of psychological steadiness. Emotionally stable people are even tempered and relaxed and they tend to have higher emotional intelligence. On the other hand, people low on emotional stability are likely to experience negative emotions like anxiety, depression, embarrassment and insecurity on small stimuli from the environment. These people have a tendency to exaggerate minor mutations. You are generally anxious, emotional and prone to worry. You could get angry and frustrated with others and are generally sensitive. You get easily stressed out and are prone to give in to your impulses and feel self- conscious. You have frequent mood swings and often feel depressed and sad.
  8. 8. Openness to Experience Your score indicates you are High on Openness to Experience. Openness to Experience is associated with being broad-minded, unconventional, having a rich artistic sensitivity and being curious and imaginative. This has been a trait hard to identify and has been called as intellect, culture or openness to experience by various psychometricians. Open individuals are creative, willing to challenge authority and entertain new ideas. They have intuitive thinking and can adapt to change easily. They are progressive and prefer to explore new ways and ideas of doing things. You have a strong aesthetic sense, appreciate beauty and experience varied emotions and feelings. You have broad interests, are keen to try out different things and have a rich imagination. You are highly creative and self- confident, and can visualize things easily. Agreeableness Your score indicates you are High on Agreeableness. Agreeableness refers to social conformity, friendliness, compliance and altruism. Agreeable people are sympathetic to others, help others and trust others to help them too in return. They are popular amongst their colleagues and do not believe in manipulating people. Agreeable people are good for customer relationship profiles and work well in teams. You come across as warm and compassionate. You care for others, are generous, helpful and modest. You make sure you do not hurt anyone and are trusting of others. You are straightforward, understanding and humble. You see other people as honest and trustworthy and believe in what they say. Polychronicity Your score indicates you are High on Polychronicity. The Multi-tasking trait is defined as the extent to which the person prefers to engage in more than one tasks simultaneously and believes that this is a productive work style. Individuals high on this trait shall like to engage in multiple activities at a given time, whereas those low shall prefer to just do one thing at a time. This trait measures the personality disposition of a person to multi- task and does not measure the ability to do so. You have a high score on the multi-tasking scale. This shows that You prefer to do multiple tasks simultaneously, switching in between as per need basis. Rather than doing a single task or project, you shall like to do several of them together. Your working approach shall be to make some progress on multiple tasks than completing one task to the fullest and then moving to the next task. You will like to work in an environment which involves multi-tasking and shall not be put off by that. You believe this is an efficient way of doing things. We hope that this chapter helped you to learn a few new things about your personality and your job preferences. Now, turn your attention to one of the most important aspects of this report: the job roles you currently qualify for.
  9. 9. Chapter V. YOUR JOB FIT This chapter explains your job fit in various profiles. AMCAT is used by leading corporations across the world to hire high-performing employees. Based on what we have learned from working with these corporations, we have developed statistical models of what scores make a candidate succeed in a given job profile. Using these models, we have predicted your employability. YOUR JOB FIT Roles of Interest We report here on your employability in relation to each role that interests you. A high employability rating means that you have the skills to be successful in the role, whereas a low employability rating means that there are certain skills that you need to improve. You will learn which skills you need to improve to become more employable in a given role. Role Your Employability Skills to Improve Marketing Communications Specialist LOW English Comprehension, Logical Ability More Roles Here you will learn about your potential in other roles based on the skills you were tested for. These roles may require other skills,and we mention these skills as well Role Your Employability Skills You Need To Improve Additional Skills Needed Marketing Marketing Manager LOW English Comprehension, Logical Ability Marketing Marketing Professional LOW English Comprehension, Logical Ability Marketing Administration Administrative Professional LOW English Comprehension, Logical Ability Office Administration Business Consulting/Analysis Analyst LOW English Comprehension, Logical Ability Business Analysis Business Consultant LOW English Comprehension, Logical Ability Business Analysis
  10. 10. Role Your Employability Skills You Need To Improve Additional Skills Needed Content Development Creative writer LOW English Comprehension, Logical Ability Information Gathering and Synthesis, Internet Ability Teaching High School Teacher LOW English Comprehension, Logical Ability Teaching Situation Handling Skills Remember, we tend to spend more time on our strongest skills. Instead, we should spend more time on skills that we want to improve!
  11. 11. Chapter VI. IMPROVE YOUR EMPLOYABILITY SECTION II: SUGGESTED STUDY PLAN Here is your recommended study plan: Spend more time working on the skills that you need to improve. Allocating your time in this way will help you to maintain your scores in the modules in which you are strong while you substantially improve on those modules that are weaker. The pie chart below tells you how much time you should ideally be spending on different modules. Perfection is said to come from continuous practice.
  12. 12. Chapter VII. RESOURCES This chapter provides you with educational resources in order to help you improve your employability skills. The references are custom generated based on your AMCAT performance across different modules. Skill Resources English Watch a video on how to converse in english Learn about english conversations Learn about english vocabulary Quantitative Ability Learn about percentages Learn about simple and compount interests Watch a video on time, speed and distance Meaning of the above icons: Free Tutorial Paid Tutorial Youtube Video Web source Wikipedia Text Tutorial Video Tutorial Google Playstore

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