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Psychometric Assessment

We are all here for some unique purpose, some noble objective that will allow us to manifest our highest human potential.

TalentMAT’s Methodology is based on Talent. To identify, assess, recognize the Talent and provide guidance to individuals, primarily to secondary school students through junior & senior college.


TMAT is a standardized, internationally recognized evaluation administered under controlled and timed conditions. It provides an objective evaluation of a student's talents, aptitudes, skills and intelligence. The analysis of results is used to provide educational and career guidance. In some instances a customized action plan is created to enhance talents and address specific challenges. It provides the parent or teacher community with an insight into a child’s strength area. TMAT goes beyond traditional methods by adding personality and psychological scales that present an estimate of the individual’s confidence in their ability to perform various activities that help them to succeed. TMAT will identify your proficiencies, The description almost always reflects you. Remember, you are the only person with your EXACT combination of TALENTS, even though someone else has the same top proficiencies.

MI Evaluation

MI Evaluation is the only global evaluation available for measuring Intelligences and skills for age group 4 to 12 yrs. Being utilized since 25+ yrs across 20+ countries. Helps understands Childs strengths and areas of improvement. Learning challenges if any are found out earlier and remedial improvements are recommended.

MI Profile Benefits

  1. Gives a reasonable estimate of the person’s intellectual disposition in each of the following eight areas: Linguistic, Logical-mathematical, Spatial, Musical, Kinesthetic, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, and Naturalist.
  2. Profile describes twenty-five kinds of skills associated with each intelligence (e.g., Instrumental and Vocal for Musical).
  3. Three intellectual style scales estimate the person’s preference for Innovation, General Logic, and Leadership.
  4. Qualitative information from each question provides descriptions of particular intellectual activities and actual outcomes.