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Why you need to do KNAXA assessment of your child?

Tests are used to gain an image of the candidate that is as objective as possible. Each candidate is given a set of questions to answer and problems to solve. The test situation is the same for each candidate. The candidate’s results are compared with the results of a large group of people who have taken the same test and who have had a similar education. The results of these people have been processed into a table of comparison.

Tests generally give a reliable image of a person’s intellectual abilities and personal characteristics. Characteristics which are not relevant, such as race, sex, or appearance, have no bearing on the result.

Finally, tests are used because they have a relatively high predictive value. The connection between the test results and (later) behavior in the position is examined. If, for example, it appears that a lot of people with the same test results do well in a particular profession, then we can expect that someone with a similar test result will also perform well in that profession

In this way:-

You can get an objective, comprehensive idea of child's strengths and needs.

A developmental plan can be chalked out for future enhancement

Focus on growth areas can be introduced through active interventions.

Benefits of KNAXA assessment

  • To become familiar with tests in order to be less apprehensive about them in future situations where you may be ‘tested’ professionally.

  • To gain practice in order that you ensure that you can present your qualities in the best possible light.

  • To have a means of comparing your own talents in order to see where you might obtain the most satisfaction in the long term.

  • To compare yourself with others in order to make full use of your advantages.

  • To better understand that others might have different strengths that could complement your own.

  • To understand why you ‘get on with’ some people better than others.

  • To understand why a person may become discouraged or frustrated with what they are doing or who they are working with.

  • to better appreciate what examiners or possible employers may be looking for when they use tests.

  • For fun.