CAPSAT (Creativity and Problem-Solving Aptitude Test) - Sample Report

Report for: John Smith
Completion: January 20, 2011 at 1:38 pm

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Although logical thinking clearly has its place in the problem-solving process, it can be rather restrictive. Creative problem-solving is a method that involves using imagination in addition to cognitive techniques in order to provide a much more expansive and insightful view into the nature of a problem. Included in these results you will find John's overall problem-solving score, his/her results on each of the subscales, his/her strengths and limitations and some helpful advice on how s/he can nurture and enhance this skill.

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According to John's score, creativity in problem-solving is generally among his/her strengths. His/Her overall attitude and the manner in which s/he approaches the process are conducive to productive thinking, although s/he may sometimes impose limitations on himself/herself. Creative problem-solving can prove quite useful in many fields; it isn't limited to jobs related to marketing and the like in which coming up with creative solutions and ideas are commonplace. Creative problem-solving fosters an innovative work environment, which is important to a company's success. Studies have shown that after implementing creative problem- solving training, many businesses have seen a decrease in production costs, and an improvement in employees' abilities to tackle everyday problems. Although some may believe that creativity is an innate ability, the skill of creative problem-solving is one that can certainly be nurtured and improved. Check out the rest of this person's results to find out the areas s/he may be having difficulties in.
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