David battery of differential ability

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2. PROBLEM/ AIM To measure theprimary ability factors (Verbal, Numerical, Spatial, Closure, Clerical, Mechanical,and Reasoning Ability)of an individual 3. PRIMARY ABILITY FACTORSVERBAL ABILITYVerbal Ability refers to the comprehension of wordsand ideas. Or a persons ability to understand written language. 4. PRIMARY ABILITY FACTORS NUMERICALABILITYNumerical Ability refers to the facility inmanipulating numbersquickly and accurately, in tasks involving mathematical operations 5. PRIMARY ABILITY FACTORSSPATIAL ABILITY Spatial Ability isconcerned with perceiving spatial patterns accurately, and following the orientation of figures when their position in a space is altered 6. PRIMARY ABILITY FACTORSCLOSUREABILITY Closure Ability is primarily refers to the ability tosee quickly a whole stimulus when parts of itare missing or tocomplete the gestalt. 7. PRIMARY ABILITY FACTORS REASONINGABILITYReasoning Ability is anability determines thecompetency of anindividual to understand and think logically insolving problems. 8. PRIMARY ABILITY FACTORSMECHANICAL ABILITYMechanical Ability is tested to measure logic and understanding the many basic mechanical principles respectively 9. PRIMARY ABILITY FACTORSCLERICAL ABILITYClerical Ability is the ability to type, sort, and file documents correctly, and sorting variables in particular order. 10. QUESTIONNAIRE USEDDavids Battery of DifferentialAbility (DBDA) Test 11. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONSCAREER COUNSELORTo help the client to decide the most suitable career for himself based on his level of ability 12. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONSEDUCATOR AND STUDENTS To help studentsconsidering the next steps of their educationaloptions, such as choosingmajor course at college oruniversity 13. END OF THE PRESENTATION CREATED BYWiku Pulangasih B.A. (PSP) 10-169-2204


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