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Congratulations on your test, and especially on your personalised report. I learned a lot more about myself in half an hour than during the last ten years! I will recommend this to everyone I know.
Suzan

Your test says I should work as a lawyer or a legal counsel. Not bad, considering that Iím currently taking up Law at Rice University! However, your test didnít tell me how to find a job after I graduate.
Steven

I find it amusing that most of the recommended jobs (except for two or three) are those Iíve already considered before: pediatric nurse, nurse, physical therapist and even a pediatricianÖYes, yes. Right now Iím working in a pharmacy, so your results are not too far from there.
Lisa


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How to take the test
1. This test is not timed, and does not require knowledge on specific fields. It contains 50 questions and requires around 12 to 15 minutes of your time.

2. Answer the questions spontaneously, selecting the option that is closest to your typical behaviour at work or in everyday life. If you canít seem to decide between two options, answer it according to what your instinct first tells you.

3. Keep in mind that this test had been prepared based on three sources currently used by recruitment agencies or human resource specialists. It is therefore essential for you to take this test seriously and to pay careful attention to the choices you make.

4. There are no right or wrong answers in this test. Each personality type has its own positive qualities (the respondentís strengths) and negative traits (the respondentís weaknesses), so itís important to give honest answers, as this will make the test results more useful and accurate.




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