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Top Scores

Your top 3 abilities are listed below. These abilities are based on your choices in Step 1.

Your highest scoring ability is ranked number 1, your second highest is number 2 and your third highest is number 3. If your scores are tied, you must choose which abilities are your top 3 and rank them accordingly.

In the next step, these rankings will link you to occupations that reflect your top abilities. So take your time thinking about how well these results reflect you and your abilities.


Drag and drop to change the rankings.

If you would like to change your scores, redo the quiz. If you would like to talk to someone about these results, contact a Career Advisor.

Abilities Score

Finger Dexterity
General Learning Ability
Motor Co-ordination
Manual Dexterity
Numerical Ability
Form Perception
Clerical Perception
Spatial Perception
Verbal Ability


Some of your Top Abilities are tied. Please review the rankings below. To change the rankings, use the sort function via drag & drop below.

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Your Top Abilities
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Finger Dexterity (Score of 125)

Ability to move the fingers and manipulate small objects with the fingers rapidly and accurately.

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1
125
General Learning Ability (Score of 125)

Ability to reason, make judgments and catch on or understand instructions and underlying principles.

Rank
1
125
Motor Co-ordination (Score of 125)

Ability to co-ordinate eyes, hands and fingers rapidly and accurately when required to respond with precise movements.

Rank
1
125
Manual Dexterity (Score of 125)

Ability to move the hands easily and skillfully and work with the hands in placing and turning motions.

Rank
1
125
Numerical Ability (Score of 125)

Ability to carry out arithmetical processes quickly and accurately.

Rank
1
125
Form Perception (Score of 125)

Ability to perceive pertinent detail in objects and in pictorial and graphic material; to make visual comparisons and discriminations and to see slight differences in shapes and shadings of figures and widths and lengths of lines.

Rank
1
125
Clerical Perception (Score of 125)

Ability to perceive pertinent detail in verbal or tabular material, such as observing differences in copy, proofreading words and numbers and avoiding perceptual errors in arithmetical computation.

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1
125
Spatial Perception (Score of 125)

Ability to think visually about geometric forms and comprehend the two dimensional representation of three-dimensional objects and recognize the relationships resulting from the movement of objects in space. May be used in such tasks as blueprint reading and in solving geometry problems. Frequently described as the ability to visualize objects of two or three dimensions.

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125
Verbal Ability (Score of 125)

Ability to understand the meaning of words and the ideas associated with them, and to use them effectively, comprehend language, understand relationships between words, understand the meaning of whole sentences and paragraphs and present information or ideas clearly.

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