We have four different kind of Psychometric test for Individuals-
1.Psychometric Multiple Intelligence Test: Eugene Burke, an occupational psychologist at SHL, the
world leader in psychometric assessment said: “The term ‘psychometric assessment’ simply means the
measurement of a person’s talents and covers motivation and aptitudes as well and how these talents
best match a role in an organization.This model is based on MI model of Howard Gardner and talks
about 9 (nine different multiple Intelligences) and 5 different Brain Quiotents.It also gives a deep
insight on 300 different carriers of an Individual.
2.Psychological Screening Inventory (PSI): The PSI is based on Carl Jung’s theory of personality
types. Jung found recognizable and repeated patterns in behaviors linked to our conscious perceiving of
the world, our decision making about the world, our attitudes toward life, and our relationship to the
expectations of the world. The pattern it evolves is very similar to the more famous Myers Briggs Type
Indicator (MBTI) test; it is sometimes also called the mini MBTI. The MBTI attempts to measure how
people usually behave. The PSI measures how people would prefer to behave. We believe this unveils a
style closer to the true nature of the individual’s personality style.
3.Thematic Apperception Test (TAT): TAT is a method of revealing to the trained interpreter some of
the dominant drives, emotions, sentiments, complexes and conflicts of a personality. Special value
resides in its power to expose the underlying inhibited tendencies which the subjects, or patients, is not
willing to admit, or can not admit because he is unconscious of them.
4.Richmond Survey Instrument (RSI): Edgar Schein developed the idea of career anchors. Career
anchors are what people most want out of a career and what ultimately drives to take final decision. The
modified career driver’s instrument is based on 9 major heads: Money, Power, Meaning, Expertise,
Innovation, Social Affiliation, Autonomy, Security and Status