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Question number: 1

» Aptitude » Characteristics of Aptitude

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________ is the capacity for learning certain and specific abilities.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Scholastics

b.

Intelligence

c.

Aptitude

d.

Achievement

Question number: 2

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The most widely used multiple aptitude test in the United States is

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a.

the WAIS-III.

b.

the Otis-Lennon School Ability Test.

c.

the ASVAB.

d.

the Meier Art Tests.

Question number: 3

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If a version of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) was developed for use with pre-schoolers, it might most appropriately be called the

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Scholastic Grammar School Test (SGST).

b.

Scholastic Preschool Test (SPT).

c.

Prognostic Scholastic Test (PST).

d.

Scholastic Readiness Test (SRT).

Question number: 4

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Which is NOT an aptitude test?

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a.

The MRT.

b.

The Seashore Measures of Musical Talents.

c.

The Woodcock-Johnson III.

d.

The MCAT.

Question number: 5

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The Seashore Bennett Stenographic Proficiency Test is an example of an instrument that

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a.

is widely viewed by employers and others as an aptitude test.

b.

is widely viewed by employers and other as an achievement test.

c.

is widely viewed by employers and others as a performance test.

d.

may be viewed as a performance, achievement, or aptitude test.

Question number: 6

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In contrast to achievement tests, aptitude tests measure

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a.

knowledge that is hypothetical in nature.

b.

less formal learning experiences.

c.

innate potential.

d.

All of the above