A personality test is a tool used to assess human personality. Personality testing and assessment refer to techniques designed to measure the characteristic patterns of traits that people exhibit across various situations. Personality tests can be used to help predict how people may respond in different situations.
This personality test is prepared as a self-report inventory which enables test-takers to read questions and then rate how well the question or statement applies to them consisting of three main parts in order to measure the candidates personality.
The first part is measuring 4 dimensions under Personal Adjustment with 84 questions;
- Self Actualization
- Affective Decisiveness
- Neurotic Tendency
- Psychotic Symptoms
The second part is measuring 4 dimensions under Social Adaptation with 84 questions;
- Family Relationships
- Social Relation
- Standard Norms
- Antisocial Tendency
The third part is measuring 4 dimensions under Risk Orientation with 40 questions;
- Acute Hazards Tendency (PA) (physical accidents – climbing, driving fast, etc.)
- Chronic Hazards Tendency (PI) (physical disease – smoking, exposure to gas, unprotected sex, etc.)
- Social Risk Tendency (PS) (social impact – being a candidate in the elections, being in the forefront, etc.)
- Financial Risks Tendency (PF) (financial impact – gambling, stock exchange, horse racing, etc.)
The report gives scores over each dimension with explanation and colour codes. You can also benchmark the individuals score with the average of all participants’ scores.