We work with international partners to bring cutting edge educational and career assessments to students across Pakistan
Good career choices and progress is made when people have better self-awareness. There is very low emphasis on proper career counseling in Pakistan on what our personalities are and to find matching career and subjects through reliable & scientific personality tests, but we are changing this. Most of the tests used are unreliable, free-off- the- internet types which end up doing more harm then good.
Potential Mapping has partnered with UK’s most popular career and personality test provider Team Focus on the Pakistan to provide career, personality, values and learning style tests to help students perform better in their education and careers.
Who uses our tests?
Team Focus tests are used by more than 50 top university and college career offices including the Cambridge university, Trinity College Dublin, & University of Western Australia. They are also used by top 300 international schools including Harrow International School Bangkok, St. George’s International School (Luxembourg), The High School of Glasgow, The High School of Dundee, The International School of Aberdeen & Notting Hill & Ealing High School. High IQ Society MENSA also uses these tools.
Many employers globally including the UN, UNHCR, UK Army, Arsenal, Odeon Cinemas and Museum of London and are valued for their ease of access and for providing both personal insights.
Our tools include:
- Career Interest Inventory
- used to identify jobs, careers and subjects that will suit a student
- The Learning Style Indicator
- helps identify the preferred learning style as well as the lesser developed one to make students all round learners
- The Type Dynamics Indicator
- measures the 16 personalities like the MBTI and explores a person's personality in 8 different key areas
- Values based Indicator for Motivation
- ranks your value preference on a scale of 1 to 24
- Aptitude Tests
- including the Verbal, Abstract & Numeric Reasoning Tests , that prepares students for job tests as well as other aptitude tests as well as assessment centers. They also include Situational Judgement & Decision Analysis tests
Career Interests Inventory
Deciding about which subjects to choose or career to follow is one of the most difficult, yet most important tasks students must do. This requires understanding of our abilities, motivations, interests, and personality all of which will have been colored by our experience and education.
When we ask ourselves ‘what do I want to do? Our answers reveal what we see as being exciting, challenging and fun – in short, what we are attracted to. Based on the John Holland’s vocational model, the Career Interests Inventory (CII) report is filled with intuitive and cutting-edge resources with loads of clickable links to career libraries that help student understand and prioritize their career choices.
Learning Styles Indicator (LSI)
Why do some students learn well in one class while the others do not? It is because their learning style does not match the teaching style of the teacher.
We each have our own preferred ‘learning style’ and the purpose of the LSI assessment is to help students discover the preferred learning style. LSI makes your learning easier, more effective and more enjoyable in class and during exam preparation.
It also makes you aware of alternative styles because sometimes in life, we have no choice. Our education or our job may require that we take a different approach. LSI can help you become an all-round learner – increasing your flexibility to learn from a wide variety of different experiences; some formal, some informal, some planned and some spontaneous.
The Type Dynamics Indicator (TDI®)
TDI is the most up-to-date measure of Psychological Type and the 16 personality types. It goes beyond other type tests including the MBTI and can be applied in team building, leadership development, change management and careers guidance.
It captures the essence of Carl Jung’s original thinking to provide a flexible yet penetrating assessment of a person’s personality. Underlying patterns are revealed by exploring the interaction of four dynamic preferences:
- What attracts and energizes us:
- How we see the world:
- How we make decisions:
- The way we manage the world around us: