Mettl Ideal Career Suggestor Assessment

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Response Style: Genuine

Explanation of response style:

Genuine: If questions are answered in a sufficiently varied manner.

Social Desirability: If questions are answered in a socially desirable manner for more than 60% of the questions.

Central Tendency: If more than 60% of the questions are answered as ‘neither agree nor disagree’.

Acquiescence: If questions are answered in a ‘strongly agree’ or ‘agree’ manner for more than 60% of the questions.

What to expect from this assessment
• 	Identify and explore the most suitable careers and occupations in order to get started in your career path in the right direction
 • 	Select course of study or a college major after 12th grade
 • 	Identify strengths and potential weaknesses for the career search process
 • 	Plan career goals and action steps
 • 	Assess natural inclination for further studies and future jobs
 • 	Define skills, values, and personal characteristics
 • 	Target opportunities that match personality, aptitude and interests
How will this report help?
This report is to help you understand your suitability towards a particular career and identify the most suitable career for you on the basis of your aptitude, personality and interest that can be pursued after 12th grade. The test is meticulously designed by panel of psychologists, academic counselors and academicians to help you in your important decisions related to career.
Key Features of This Report
Top 3 Recommended Careers for You
 • Aspiration fitment analysis
 • Core potential areas and improvement areas
 • Recommended Careers, Courses and Related Occupations
CAREER RECOMMENDATIONS
Top 3 Ideal Careers for You

Engineering and Related Services (Engineer): Recommended

Mass Communication (Journalist/News Reporter): Recommended

Para Medical Services (Pharmacologist/ Physiotherapist/ Radiologist): Recommended

Your Profile Summary
Top 3 Aspired Careers (Based on Your Interests)

Mass Communication - Journalist/News Reporter: Recommended

Performing Arts - Dance/Music: Recommended

Scientific Services - Physicist/Space Scientist: Recommended

Your Top 3 Skills

Verbal Ability: Highly Skilled

Analytical Reasoning: Moderately Skilled

Strengths

Accountability: Likely to hold oneself accountable and accept responsibility for one's actions and decisions.

Result Orientation: Likely to work towards achieving one's targets and goals effectively.

Flexibility: Likely to be open to changes taking place in the organization and adapt to it effectively.

Areas of Development

Planning: Should learn to plan and prioritize one's tasks in order to accomplish goals in a timely manner.

Spatial Relations: Needs to be able to imagine an object in 3 dimensions with limited information and draw conclusions on the basis of that.

Cognitive Perceptual Speed: Needs to be able to capture minute differences in sets of information to be able to take a quick decision.

Recommended Careers
Engineering and Related Services - Engineer

An engineer is a professional who applies scientific knowledge to establish solutions for technical, societal and commercial problems.

Work Activities

• Designing, planning, and supervising the construction of buildings, highways, and transit systems.
• Developing and implementing improved ways to extract, process, and use raw materials.
• Designing, developing, implementing and testing computer-based hardware and software.

Industry Fit

• Infrastructure industries
• Telecom industries
• Pharma industries
• Manufacturing industries
• Automobile industries
• IT industries
• Agriculture industries
• Government Institutions
• Academic Institutions and so on

Recommended Courses

• B.E (Biotechnology) - 4 years
• B. Tech (Civil Engineering) - 4 years
• B. Tech (Computer Engineering) - 4 years
• B. Tech (Chemical Engineering) - 4 years
• B. Tech (Electronics & Telecommunication) - 4 years
• B. Tech (Nano - Technology) - 4 years
• B.Tech (Electrical Engineering) - 4 years
• B. Tech (Mechanical Engineering) - 4 years

Mass Communication - Journalist/News Reporter

Journalists and News Reporters prepare news which are broadcasted on television or radio. They work as correspondents/news readers/photo journalists etc.

Work Activities

• Attending press conferences, court sessions, council meetings and other scheduled public events.
• Interviewing the people involved in news stories, in person or by telephone.
• Following up news releases, calls from the public or tip-offs from personal contacts.
• Writing news stories from notes taken, often to tight deadlines.
• Arranging on-air interviews for television and radio.
• Contributing to news or opinion blogs.
• Offering opinions in the form of columns or editorials.

Industry Fit

• Newspaper Agencies
• Periodicals
• Book publishing Houses
• Non Profit Organizations
• Television
• Media Houses
• Radio Stations and so on.

Recommended Courses

Bachelors and Diploma Courses in:
• Print journalism
• Photo journalism
• Radio journalism
• Television journalism
• Development communication
• Communication research
• Advertising and public relations

Para Medical Services - Pharmacologist/ Physiotherapist/ Radiologist

A Pharmacologist/ Physiotherapist/ Radiologist takes care of patients and assist medical doctors by performing routine diagnostic procedures such as taking blood samples, providing physiotherapy, administrating medical tests etc.

Work Activities

• Monitoring, recording and reporting symptoms and changes in patients' conditions.
• Recording patients' medical information and vital signs.
• Modifying patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' responses and conditions.
• Consulting and coordinating with health care team members to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care plans.

Industry Fit

• Hospitals
• Clinics
• Private Para Medical Clinics
• Medical Laboratories
• Research and Development Organizations in Para Medical Services and so on

Recommended Courses

• B. Pharma - (Bachelor of Pharmacy)
• BPTh - (Bachelor of Physiotherapy)
• BOTh - (Bachelor of Occupational Therapy)
• BASLP - (Bachelor of Audiology & Speech, Language Pathology)

Aspired Careers (Based on Your Interests)
Mass Communication - Journalist/News Reporter

• Reporting and writing news stories for broadcast, describing the background and details of events.
• Developing story or content ideas, considering reader or audience appeal.
• Developing the technical skills of writing and maintaining originality.
• Using literary skills to develop themes and storylines.
• Attending press conferences, court sessions, council meetings and other scheduled public events.
• Interviewing the people involved in news stories, in person or by telephone.
• Following up news releases, calls from the public or tip-offs from personal contacts.

Performing Arts - Dance/Music


• Preparing for and attending auditions and casting sessions.
• Preparing for performances, by rehearsing.
• Performing to live audiences and for television, film and music video productions.
• Studying and creating choreography.
• Discussing and interpreting choreography.
• Learning and using other skills such as singing and acting - many roles, for example in musical theatre, require a combination of performance skills.
• Performing in concerts and participating in recording sessions.
• Practising regularly.
• Maintaining the instrument.
• Setting up/tuning the instrument and other equipment as well as arranging for its transportation, if it is large etc.

Scientific Services - Physicist/Space Scientist

• Studying features of space, including the planets, solar system, and other aspects of the universe.
• Developing new medications from substances discovered during space exploration trips.
• Working alongside astrophysicists, biologists, chemists, geologists, medical doctors, meteorologists, and physicists.
• Interpreting data, reports, maps, photographs, and charts to predict long- and short-range weather conditions.
• Operating computer graphic equipment to produce weather reports and maps for analysis, distribution, or use in weather broadcasts.

Evaluation of the Behavioral Competencies
Values shown in above chart are sten scores
Low Moderate High
Accountability: High

Likely to take responsibility for one's own actions and decisions. Likely to take one's duties and responsibilities seriously. May be able to understand one's mistakes and may rectify them immediately. Likely to hold oneself or others accountable to complete the assigned task and may execute one's work without seeking any guidance from others.

Ethical Propensity: Low

Not very likely to be open or transparent in one's transactions with internal and external stakeholders. Not very likely to follow the right approach or chose the right course of action regardless of the consequences to oneself. May not always treat one's team members, colleagues, customers or others in a fair manner. Not very likely to be reliable with confidentiality of critical information related to work and/or organization. Not very likely to gain trust of people within or outside the organization.

Stress Management: Moderate

Moderately likely to deal effectively with stress and maintain one's calm in difficult or challenging situations. May at times be able to think clearly and keep up optimal performance when faced with emotional or stressful situations. Somewhat likely to use appropriate coping strategies to deal with workplace stress. May at times be able to maintain a positive attitude and respond to changing situations with composure.

Learning Agility: High

Likely to demonstrate an ability to learn new skills and acquire knowledge required to perform optimally in one's job. Likely to gain experience from one's own and others' accomplishments and failures. May be able to demonstrate willingness to give up conventional approaches and unlearn outdated skills which may be slowing down the progress of one's work. Likely to focus on self-development and put in efforts to work towards upgrading one's skills and knowledge.

Initiative Taking: High

Likely to initiate tasks without being asked and work above and beyond the expectations of a job. May demonstrate eagerness to work on new tasks or tasks that others don't want to take up. May look for opportunities to take on challenges and look for areas where one can contribute actively.

Collaboration: High

Likely to demonstrate an ability to work effectively with team members in a harmonious and cooperative way. Likely to work collaboratively with others, with a positive approach towards achieving common goals. Likely to offer help to others without being asked to. Likely to work towards utilizing strengths of all the team members to accomplish tasks.

Networking: Moderate

Somewhat likely to come across as a warm and friendly person and may at times be interested in socializing and building relationships to develop work opportunities. Somewhat likely to leverage one's network of contacts within and outside the organization, for achieving business level goals. May at times be able to build and maintain productive and long term relationships with different stakeholders over a period of time. Somewhat likely to gather resources from internal and external contacts for completing tasks effectively.

Process Orientation: Moderate

Somewhat likely to be aware of established systems and processes governing the organization. May sometimes adhere to the rules and regulations placed by the organization and may at times carry out tasks following the given instructions and directions. Somewhat likely to understand the importance of following standard guidelines and operating procedures in a workplace to ensure the consistency of work.

Result Orientation: High

Likely to demonstrate the ability to work actively to achieve results on time. Likely to work with dedication and commitment and put in one's best to complete a task. Likely to be concerned with consequences of one's work on the organization as a whole. Likely to be enthusiastic while working on challenging tasks and may demonstrate a sense of urgency to accomplish goals. Likely to set high-performance standards for self and others, and try to make efforts to maintain the same.

Planning: Low

Less likely to have the ability to prioritize tasks, and may rarely plan with a realistic sense of time and resources. May not always determine project/assignment requirements by breaking them into smaller tasks. Not very likely be organized and systematic in one's work. May rarely be able to prioritize activities and assignments basis their importance. Less likely to set realistic expectations for others regarding deadlines and may rarely be able to allocate an appropriate amount of time to efficiently accomplish goals.

Service Orientation: High

Likely to demonstrate an ability to understand customers' needs and requirements well and may be able to deliver best customer service for every task undertaken by oneself. Likely to come up with different ways to add value to the internal and external customers. May be able to deal with customer queries, requests and complaints in an efficient manner.

Quality Focus: High

May be able to understand what is considered as excellence in performance. May show a tendency to consistently focus on quality and ensuring adherence to high standards. Likely to pay close attention to all the details of a task. Likely to continually seek to provide the highest quality services and products to all.

Flexibility: High

Likely to be open to changes taking place in the organization. Likely to accept change, as is open minded and appreciative of new ideas which can contribute positively to the working environment. Likely to be willing to work on tasks, even when situations and goals are dynamic in nature. Likely to be resourceful during change, contributing in making the change effective.

Cognitive Competency Analysis
Values shown in above chart are sten scores
Low Moderate High
Abstract Reasoning: Low

The candidate is unlikely to have the ability to quickly identify patterns and the logical rule underlying those patterns to arrive at solutions. He/she may not be able to gather work related information quickly, from various sources and apply it in innovative ways to solve problems. He/she may not have lateral thinking abilities and fluid intelligence. He/ she may not be creative in thinking and in integrating data logically to arrive at solutions.

Verbal Ability: High

The candidate is most likely to have a good vocabulary. He/she may be excellent at proper usage of grammar and punctuation. He/she may be very good at understanding word meanings, word relationships and also in interpreting detailed information.

Spatial Relations: Low

The candidate is unlikely to create a mental image of an object in order to reach a certain conclusion. He/she may not have the ability to visualize and reason spatially. He/she may not be able to discover innovative problem solving techniques.

Analytical Reasoning: Moderate

The candidate is moderately likely to integrate issues and factors onto a conceptual framework. He/she may have moderate ability to reason and provide systematic solution to a given problem by breaking it down into simple cases, then evaluating different alternatives to the problem in a step by step manner. He/she may moderately be able to analyze or perceive a given information from different perspectives.

Cognitive Perceptual Speed: Low

The candidate is unlikely to be able to notice differences, at any point of time. He/she is less likely to be able to quickly compare sets of information and take a decision.

Quantitative Aptitude: Low

The candidate is unlikely to perceive and process numbers and related symbols to perform basic arithmetic operations and perform estimates. He/she may have very low level of speed in making analysis or assessments based on given information and an extremely low level of concentration in solving problems.

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