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Synonyms for certification

the act of certifying or bestowing a franchise on

confirmation that some fact or statement is true through the use of documentary evidence

validating the authenticity of something or someone

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She is now studying for company aptitude tests to prepare for her first application season.
We are looking at and studying having the aptitude test as part of the school's grade to encourage students to improve," said Ms Rajab.
Intellectual Aptitude tests and a levels for selecting UK school leaver entrants for medical school.
The factors that are measured by the specific aptitude tests independent of the general intelligence component in these tests don't make any contribution to job performance," Schmidt said.
ALMOST 200 foreigners, half of them Chinese, have passed the initial aptitude test to join the Gardai.
Higher Education Minister Bill Rammell said the decision to trial SATs across England followed a recommendation to explore a national aptitude test in a Government review of university admissions last year.
BOSSES at Coventry's two universities are opposed to their institutions setting their own aptitude tests - but are more positive about a national university admission test.
THE time is right to see if American Scholastic Aptitude Tests should be used alongside A-Levels in the university admissions process, a headteachers' leader has claimed.
Edwin Gordon and his colleagues in music learning theory have helped greatly by clarifying the distinction between music aptitude and music achievement, and even by providing reliable aptitude tests that, when used properly, help us discern that many children are much more inherently musical than they appear to be.
Swiss authorities have reportedly ordered 36 pilots at Swiss, the national airline of Switzerland, to stop flying a 50-seater jet, as their aptitude tests had been incorrectly administered.
A free career exploration workbook, also offered by the Department of Defense, includes a career interest test and matches the scores on the interest and aptitude tests with civilian and military occupations.
In fact, some commonly used aptitude tests that were administered only 5 years ago are no longer used in many schools.
These centers offer established tests, like the Differential Aptitude Tests (DAT), Strong's Interest Inventory, and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), generally at a nominal cost.
Designed specifically for high school students who wish to earn college credit before enrollment, Advanced Placement examinations in thirteen subject areas are administered by the College Board, the same organization that gives the Scholastic Aptitude Tests that are required for admission to many universities.