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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Assessing The Intelligence Of A Student Through Guessing The Word Game

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B.Jabber, Tatikonda Ravi Teja, P.Yashoda Krishna, G.Teja Sai



Cognitive Model, Intelligence, Expert System, Game playing, Learning ability, Assessing psychological factors , Game Playing.



The guidance for a student to select his appropriate career is given by the Expert system. Generally, the student is assessed by his/her academic excellence which includes his marks, CGPA and percentage in various subjects. Apart from them, the students need to be assessed in different factors like his ability to learning, patience, Intelligence and the problem solving capacity. By assessing him/her in all psychological aspects then the student is competent to know in which suitable job he/she is applicable. In such a way it is easy for a student to select his/her appropriate job and also gives the student’s cognitive model. All this process is outcome by using an Expert system called “Finding the Words” game. Keeping in mind the score student has obtained and the average time to complete the game reflects his/her fastness and capability of problem solving ability. Not only the time also the patience of the student is also reflected by the attempts he make. We can say that the student has great learning ability when his/her score increases day by day. Finally, after assessing all the psychological elements of the student, a table is designed with appropriate future careers for student. Also it chooses the best career from the predicted career’s by comparing the academic report and the report which is given based upon the psychological elements. The user who is a student play the game with the specialist framework and the framework can evaluate the mental elements of the students knowledge. By playing finding words game, evaluating mental components turns out to be simple. A lifelong evaluation framework (master framework) can propose reasonable jobs that suit an understudy.



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