Wednesday, November 3, 2010

How knowing your Aptitude will help you?

Knowing your Aptitude allows you establishing your likely Strengths / Weaknesses (we prefer to call this Area for improvement- AFI ) in order that you can know what your strengths are and find a way to use them.

Know your AFI- Area for Improvement, at the same time not allowing yourself to be limited by them

Ex: A person can be excellent at working with computers in the programming area. The same person may find
himself out of place and incapacitated when it comes to doing computer graphics. This is because the person
may have a high logical thinking aptitude, but not a spatial ability to think innovatively and design new things.

One must always find out areas of High/ Medium and Low Aptitude while deciding for a course or career. While selecting Careers it would be advisable to choose careers where your areas of high aptitude find maximum application. This will help you perform effectively on the job.

However, you must be aware of the fact that your aptitude has to be integrated along with your interests and personality before making a career choice.

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CareerCo said...

Hi!

Very interesting blog post on how your aptitude will help you choose your ideal career...

The first step to this, clearly is knowing yourself!

The most important thing is to discover yourself. Objectively get the data points about your interests, skills, aptitude, likes and dislikes and your personality. This aim is best achieved when the assessment is carried out objectively by a third party. This helps in getting certain latent traits out which might play a vital role in career planning. If this is not done objectively, then chances of bias in and coulour your final decision

If you become an engineer reluctantly, you might well spend a life doing well for yourselves, but will more than often, only partially enjoy your work. A person will excel in the field which he or she is the most passionate about and more importantly has the right aptitude and talent for. if Sachin Tendulkar had become a lawyer, it would hardly make a difference to field of Law, but for cricket, it would be a collosal loss.

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Anuradha said...

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