Goodwill Publishing House
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Intelligence has been defined as the mental and physical ability of a person to respond instantly and correctly through deliberative and reflex reactions to different situations.
While basic intelligence is inborn or inherited, modem, psychologists hold the view that it can be very well developed and augmented by the right kind of influences brought to bear through environment, education, training and other aids.
The First Part of this book is devoted to the theory of intelligence, its definition, components, processes, etc. The first few chapters describe the systematic way to gain insight into one's intelligence, discover it and measure its quotient. .Then a few chapters describe the practical ways in which intelligence can be assimilated on one's personality, developed and augmented through educational processes, tamed to achieve smooth understanding of the puzzles and problems of day-to-day life.
The Second Part of the book is devoted to intelligence Testing the examination point of view. It describes the different types of tests devised by educationists and examiners to test your IQ.
Model Questions have been set for each faculty of human intelligence. General Ability, Comprehension, Visual Observation, Analogy, Coding and Decoding, Matching and Relationship, Language proficiency, Numerical Aptitude, etc.
The style of Questions is the same as set in different examinations like the Combined Defence Services, National Defence Academy, Banking Probationary officers, Civil Services (Preliminary), Bank recruitment, Air Force, Air India, Indian Airlines, Life Insurance, Grade, etc.
It is hoped the book will prove useful for the above mentioned examinations.