Psychometric Assessments

Psychometric Assessments supports understanding the individual better. Along with the tests, the psychologist also spends the time to understand more about the individual's family background, structure and history, information about the individual's birth, developmental milestones, medical history, previous assessments administered and previous therapies such as speech or occupational therapy All these factors have an impact on an individual's personality. They can also help determine an individual's potential for achievement and to identify their strengths and weaknesses. Based on these online assessments, various remedial or supportive actions or programs can be recommended

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  • is a tool to assess an individual’s personality based on Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory. It helps identify strengths and weaknesses. Assessing your personality can help with self-awareness.

  • These tests are to identify if a person has attention deficit disorder using an advanced and reliable executive functioning based ADD check-list.

  • Psychoeducational assessments provide comprehensive understanding of the child’s intelligence, a summary of function in common school subjects like reading, math, written language, and oral language and social maturity level.

  • This psychometric assessment helps the individual understand his personality preference, career interest & values, and skills & abilities. A great tool to choose the right stream and career path for students and professionals.

  • This set of assessment include a comprehensive measure of a child’s adaptive and problem behaviours in community and home settings, understanding the level of social maturity and screen the possibility of having issues with attention deficits.

  • These assessments are conducted to understand if a child has issues due to developmental delays along with autism spectrum disorder. The bundle includes assessments conducted for ASD, developmental delays and also understand the individual’s social maturity level.

  • These tests help identify and differentiate whether a child has attention deficit disorder or autism spectrum disorder and also understand the social maturity level of the child.

  • These assessments are conducted to understand if a person has autism spectrum disorder. The tests conducted assess the severity of autism spectrum disorder (if any), and the level of social maturity.

  • These tests measure intelligence, the performance of the individual in areas of academic school work along with his/her development, and social maturity level vis-à-vis his age.


A1. If you notice that your child is not happy when he comes back from school, not able to finish his/her work on time and if his/her performance is not age appropriate.

A1. You will have to fix a counselling session with our psychologists. Based on their recommendations, a few assessments will be undertaken. It takes up to 48 hours to generate the report. Once the results are generated, you will be requested to fix up a time for a follow-up appointment.

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