"H.A.P.P.Y - Holistic Approach to Personality, Psychometrics and YOU is a treasure chest for people from different walks of life to learn about their true strengths, talents, behaviors, attitudes, competency and thinking styles. The advantage lies in multiple tools and techniques to interpret the people behaviors to understand the diverse influences on human mind by varied factors like heredity, upbringing, situational, environmental and more. The idea is to help people assess and diagnose their potential in the most objective manner to bridge the gap between one's true potential and current performance. Provides the right approach to add value to life and get the best out of one's life, career, business or relationships. Helps open doors to the vast reservoirs of capability of individuals and that of the organization. You will gain again and again every time, since to be HAPPY is your birth right. Now get to know how to be HAPPY, and you will be HAPPY throughout your life. "
From India, Bangalore
I purchased this book from Amazon Kindle.
The book is mere collection of explanation of psychometric tests and some case studies.
How is someone supposed to use this knowledge when there is not even a single test in the book?
What's the point of describing the tests?
I wish the book had at least 4-5 psychometric tests and then they had mentioned the application of the tests. It just seems like a strategy to promote OMI's assessments.
From India, Delhi
Psychometric tests are not just games to play. A person with at least Masters in psychology and practicing it seriously only can meaningfully conduct a test and as such getting the test material is of no use to others. The tests may look quite simple. If not understood properly interpretation of results will be sham.
From India, Kollam
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