Aptitude

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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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En consecuencia, se recomienda continuar su aplicacion para la exploracion aptitudinal de los aspirantes a estudiar la mencion orientacion de la educacion de la Universidad del Zulia, utilizando las normas obtenidos para la interpretacion de los puntajes, producto de esta indagacion.
The full list (broken down into its five aptitudinal groups) can be found on Dr Steven Roman's website chef-de-race.com.
Using the aptitudinal groups under which each chef falls, such as Brilliant, Intermediate, Classic, Solid and Professional, a series of five points are calculated, from which the dosage index and the centre of distribution can be calculated.