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Psychological Testing

Mental health problems

Psychological tests are scientific measure used to understand mental and emotional functioning of children and adults.


Purpose: Psychological Tests are used to assess a variety of mental abilities and attributes, including achievement and ability, personality diagnosis and neurological functioning. These tests can help people take key decisions for their life in matters of Academic performance Career choices Relationships and Emotional difficulties etc.

There are many different areas for which psychological tests may be applied. Our center offers the following:

  • IQ Testing

    IQ test are ways used to establish and understand intelligence level by measuring a subject's ability to form concepts, solve problems, acquire information, think reason and use language and creativity.

    Purpose: Knowing a person's IQ can help to understand a child's or adult's potential for performance and success in different areas of life.

  • Aptitude Test

    Aptitude tests are used to determine an individual's propensity to succeed in a given activity. Aptitude Tests assume that individuals have inherent strengths and weaknesses and are naturally inclined toward success or failure in certain areas based on their inherent characteristics. An aptitude test does not test knowledge; it is not a test that one can study for.

    Purpose: People can take aptitude tests to help select what kinds of careers they are well suited for and what course of study they can undertake.

  • Personality Testing

    Personality tests help you to know more about yourself. A personality test is used by psychologists for a number of different reasons such as tracking changes in personality and diagnosing psychological problems. These tests usually take one of two forms: self-report or projective tests. Self-report personality tests are by far the most common.

  • Diagnostic Testing

    Sometimes people become deeply emotional disturbed or have much trouble in adjusting to changes in their life. These difficulties may amount to a disorder or mental conditions. In such a case, diagnostic tests are individually administered tests. They are designed to identify mental health problems. Usually these are administered by trained professionals to select appropriate treatments.

  • Neuro-Psychological Testing

    These tests are used to evaluate patients who have experienced a traumatic brain injury, brain damage or organic neurological problems (e.g., dementia). It may also be used to evaluate the progress of a patient who has undergone treatment or rehabilitation for a neurological injury or illness.