DETERMINATION OF RELATIONS AND DIFFERENCES IN MOTOR SPACE IN CANDIDATES FOR RECEPTION IN STATE INSTITUTIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA

Aleksandar Simeonov, Zoran Radić, Ratko Pavlović

In a sample of 100 respondents, population special forces, divided into two groups, 50 respondents made a study of motor abilities as part of the program structure to carry out the unit. Candidates are extracted according to an open competition for the needs of the state institutions. To accomplish the set goal in the research, five tests for motor skills testing were applied, four variables for assessing motor skills, the fifth variable is the criterion for determining the impact of motor variables expressed in points for each motor test. The results of the motor tests were firstly processed with descriptive statistics, where the measures of the central tendency for the two sample respondents were presented. With the application of multivariate methods for data analysis, differences between candidates were identified, and the influence of psychomotor variables was determined as predictors on the criterion variable points, which are decisive for admission to the state institutions of the Republic of Macedonia. The results show that the candidates differ greatly in psychomotor abilities, although our expectations were that the respondents would not show greater differences, because it is natural when they compete in such institutions that they will prepare to successfully pass the test. We can conclude that they have not paid more attention to prepare or have applied candidates with poor motor skills.

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