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AMCAT (Aspiring Minds Computer Adaptive Test) is a computer adaptive test designed to evaluate a candidate's aptitude, reasoning, and technical skills. It is an employability assessment test used by various organizations and colleges to select candidates for different roles. AMCAT[1] has been developed by Aspiring Minds, a global talent assessment company that was founded in 2007.


AMCAT was founded in 2007 by Varun Aggarwal and Himanshu Aggarwal. The idea behind the company was to provide a scientific and data-driven approach to talent assessment. In 2008, Aspiring Minds launched AMCAT, which became a popular employability assessment test[2] in India. Aspiring Minds expanded its services to more than 150 countries and has assessed over 8 million candidates.

Test Structure[edit]

AMCAT is a computer adaptive test, which means that the difficulty level of the questions varies based on the candidate's performance in the previous questions. The test is divided into three modules: verbal, quantitative, and reasoning. Each module has multiple sections that test different skills. The test also has optional modules that assess technical skills, such as programming, electronics, and mechanical engineering.

Scoring and Evaluation[edit]

AMCAT uses a percentile-based scoring system, which means that a candidate's score is compared to other test-takers in a specific field. The test generates a comprehensive report that includes a candidate's scores and feedback on each module. The report also includes a readiness score, which indicates a candidate's employability level.


  1. "Aspiring Minds Certification and Its Benefits- Talent Economy". ShineLearning. Retrieved 2023-02-21.
  2. "Here's a list of employability tests that help freshers land a job". Business Insider. Retrieved 2023-02-21.

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