Self-Scoring Personality Tests

Self-Scoring Personality Tests

by Victor Serebriakoff

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Overview


To become successful, you have to understand every aspect of your personality—what you enjoy doing, how you work best, whether you interact well with others, and where your strengths and weaknesses lie. These tests will help you gain that knowledge, so you can make the right life choices. Each of the four quizzes contains a series of questions designed that measure such traits as creativity, emotional stability, strong-mindedness, and sociability. Of course, there are no right or wrong answers—just revelations about the person you are. After you complete the tests, there is a key to help you interpret and understand your scores, along with practical explanations of each personality factor.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780760701621
Publisher: Sterling
Publication date: 04/01/2007
Series: Self-Scoring Tests Series
Pages: 24
Sales rank: 346,635
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 0.90(h) x 1.50(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I purchased this self-scoring personality test because it looked interesting and I had recently taken the Myer-Briggs psychometric test and was thrilled by how insightful it was into my character/personality. I thought it would be fun to try other tests but this one was absolutely awful. It told me next to little about myself and after the tests offered very little explanation of what your results mean. The questions were really quite vague and terribly chosen. Section four was the worst followed by section 1, then section 2. The best, I guess, was section 3 although it was fairly dumb as well. I found the entire thing to be a waste of time, money, and effort. It's a boring book that tells you next to nothing about your personality. However, I strongly suggest looking up a book about MBTI testing as that is incredibly interesting and insightful. This book was just crap!