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Aptitude

The natural ability to do something or to learn it quickly. Some aptitude is necessary to perform any job well. For example, one must have an aptitude for math in order to become a proficient technical analyst.
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Existen ciertas investigaciones con adultos que han analizado la relacion entre la ansiedad social y algunas aptitudes intelectuales como son el razonamiento, la fluidez verbal y la aptitud matematica.
Students with high technical and entrepreneurial aptitudes will most likely enroll in technopreneurship course.
They blame the company and leave, only to find themselves in their next role just as frustrated and underperforming - because the job isn't the problem, it's simply that they're not exercising their natural aptitudes.
Pink describes throe important factors that will drive the need for increased reliance on right-brain-directed aptitudes to serve as a business diffentiator in the future.
To find out for sure, someone would have to do a long-term study looking at whether early interests develop into later aptitudes, as opposed to the opposite theory that aptitudes cause interests.
The threefold purpose of this article is to: a) discuss writing apprehension, b) describe undergraduate nursing students' reading and English aptitudes, and c) explore the relationships between reading and English aptitude and discipline-specific formal writing ability in a population of undergraduate nursing students.
The identification and hierarchy of the main physiomotor aptitudes favorable for practicing speed skating has been made in collaboration with two of the best coaches in the country, the coach of the junior Olympic lot (the category of athletes with the best international results lately) and the coach of one of the top clubs from Romania in what concerns the obtained results in speed skating across the time (The Sport Club Petrolul Ploiesti).
The General Aptitude Cluster consists of four scales: Cognitive Aptitude, Creative Aptitude, Emotional Aptitude, and Leadership Aptitude.
One of the most precious attributes of the thoroughbred is that it embraces a considerable degree of genetic homogeneity, so horses of any distance aptitude can make a useful genetic contribution to the breed as a whole.
Ultimate aptitude tests; assess your potential with aptitude, motivational and personality tests.
At the end of the study, significant relations were found between the students' programming achievement and their general aptitudes and mathematics achievement.
This will be the seventh National Scholarship Test that allows gifted young people enter universities without taking exams based on their knowledge and aptitudes.