Definition - Aptitude

The inborn Potential to do something (skill) to a certain level (competency) to achieve something (capability).

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EXAMPLE

Nearly every baby has the aptitude to start to crawl, typically between 6-10 months, then walk, then run somewhere between 18-24 months.

 

 


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