Range Of Psychometric Assessments


Psychometric Assessments are scientific and accurate way to measure the personality, feelings, belief, abilities, values and behaviour of an individual. Administrating Psychometric Assessments is a professional way to identify potential people Strengths & Challenges. Psychometric Assessments greatly help in understanding how a person is likely to behave. Psychometric Assessments are also professional tools to carve out ‘correction’ paths.
DynaMinds Consulting Private Limited has acquired competency to administer, interpret the psychometric assessments based on the extensive research of popularly known scientists like Carl Jung, Eric Berne, Richard Boyatzis, John Kirton, Henry Mintzberg, B F  Skinner, Douglas McGregor, William Marston, Erik Erikson, Sigmund Freuyd, Alfred Adler, Anthony Gregorc, David Kolb, John Dewey, Howard Gardner.


Following are the range of Psychometric Assessment Competencies that we have.


Sl No Name of Assessment What it measures? Utility of the Assessment
1 FIST Personality Traits Helps in understanding personal preferences.  These preferences are likely to remain so, throughout one’s life.
2 PICS Behaviour Analysis Helps in understanding environmental impact for behaviour.  With effort, one can change one’s behaviour.
3 VALUES Respected Values Helps in understanding motivating preferences of an individual.  These are likely to remain so throughout one’s life.
4 SCAR Communication Pattern Helps in understanding what impact one’s communication style has on others.  With effort, one can change the communication styles.
5 BPA Behaviour under different environments Helps in understanding one’s approach to business and personal causes.  One can measure the quality of life of an individual.
6 Success 20 Current Competency Levels Helps in measuring the Current Competency Level in 20 critical Success Skills.   Read with other assessments, one can understand whether there is scope for developing a particular competency.
7 VAK How learning is ‘absorbed’ Helps in understanding how an individual ‘receives’ information.
8 CARS How information is ‘analyzed’ Helps in understanding how an individual ‘analyzes’ information.  Very helpful in understanding learning styles.
9 PRES How learning is ‘Experienced’ Helps in understanding how an individual ‘experiences’ learning.   Very helpful in understanding learning preferences.
10 MI Multiple Intelligence Helps in understanding the preferred ‘learning activities’.

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