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The Assessments
Introduction 5
AMI (Assessment of Multiple Intelligences) - Revised 6
AMPM (Advanced Multidimensional Personality Matrix Big 5 Personality Test) 3rd Revision 7

C O N TA C T I N F O

AMPM Ab (Advanced Multidimensional Personality Matrix Abridged Big 5 Personality Test) 8

Telephone
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ARS (Assertiveness Rating Scale) - 2nd Revision 9


ART (Analytical Reasoning Test) 10
CADVP (Career Advancement Profile) - Revised 11
CAMOP (Career Motivation Profile) - 2nd Revision 12
CAPAP (Caregiver Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile) 13

TESTIMONIALS

CAPAP Ab (Caregiver Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile) 14


There is such a large selection

CAPSAT (Creativity & Problem-Solving Aptitude Test) - Revised 15

of tests and the assessments

CAT-SR (Concentration Ability Test Self Report) - Revised 16

are so in-depth that we feel

CCCSRT (Call Center Customer Service Rep Test) 17

very confident in their ability to

CHAP (Childcare Aptitude Profile)  18

help us determine the best fit

CLAA (Clerical Aptitude Assessment) - 2nd Revision 19

for each of our open job posi-

COMSA (Communication Skills Assessment) - 2nd Revision  20

tions.

CORRTA (Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Assessment) - Revised 21


Jann L. Young

COSA (Coping Skills Assessment) - 2nd Revision 22

Executive Assistant

CSP (Customer Service Profile) - Revised 23

San-Diego Habitat

CTAA (Coaching & Trainability Attitude Assessment) 24

for Humanity

DISC-PP (DISC Personality Profile) 25


DOT (Detail Orientation Test) - Revised 26

We have been extremely

DPP (Driving Personality Profile) - Revised 27

happy with the system. The

EAPT (Employee Attitude and Personality Test) 28

customer service is excellent.

EntAP (Entrepreneurial Aptitude Profile) 29

Mary Anne Watson, PhD

EPA (Entrepreneurial Personality Assessment) 30

Professor of Management

FPP - Ab (Franchisee Personality Profile Abridged - general version) 31

The University of Tampa

FPP - AbF (Franchisee Personality Profile Abridged - fast food version) 32


FPP - AbH (Franchisee Personality Profile Abridged - hotel version) 33

PsychTests provides great

FPP - AbR (Franchisee Personality Profile Abridged - restaurant version) 34

insight and flexibility to help

GSSA (Goal-Setting Skills Assessment) - Revised 35

create a solution that works for

HAPAP (Hairstylist Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile) 36

both myself and my customer.

HAPAP - Ab (Hairstylist Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile) - Abridged 37

I would highly recommend their

ITAPAP (IT Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile) 38

products to other businesses

LCAST (Locus of Control & Attribution Style Test) 39

who are looking for a reliable

LEAP (Leadership Potential Assessment) 2nd Revision 40

and knowledgeable provider.

LIQT (Logic IQ Test) - 2nd Revision 41

Tony Miglio

LiSI (Listening Skills Inventory) - Revised 42

President

MANSSA - Ab (Management Skills and Styles Assessment) - Abridged 43

The Inside Mind

MANSSA (Management Skills and Styles Assessment) - 4th Revision 44

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Assessments (continued)
MEIQ HR (Multi-dimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient - Human Resources Version) 45
MIT (Multi-dimensional Intelligence Test) - Revised 46
MVIT (Multidimensional Verbal Intelligence Test) - Revised 47

C O N TA C T I N F O

NAP (Negotiation Aptitude Profile) 48

Telephone

NVIQT (Non-verbal IQ Test) - Revised 49

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ORSKIT (Organization Skills Profile) 50

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RESALE (Retail Sales Evaluation) 51


RiskTA (Risk-taking Assessment) 52
SCRT (Sensitivity to Criticism Test) 53

TESTIMONIALS

SEA (Self-Esteem Assessment) - 2nd Revision 54

PsychTests provides stellar

SGCT (Security Guard Career Test) - Revised 55

customer service and we are

SIQT (Spatial IQ Test) 2nd Revision 56

happy to recommend them to

SLPro (Success Likelihood Profile) 2nd Revision 57

anyone looking for a reliable,

SMAPAP (Store Manager Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile) 58

high quality experience.

SPPP (Salesperson Personality Profile) - 4th Revision 59

Roger Lamb

SPSA (Social Personality & Skills Assessment) - Revised 60

KNN / Disciples Today

TIME (Time Management Evaluation) - Revised 61


TIOT (Team vs. Individual Orientation Test) - 2nd Revision 62

I always recommend to my

TMAT (Telemarketing Agent Test) 63

clients that we use Psychtests

VaPro (Values Profile) 4th Revision 64

evaluations before making a

VoSPA - R (Vocational Style & Personality Assessment) - Revised 65

hiring decision. It proves to my

VoSPA - St (Vocational Style & Personality Assessment For Students) - Revised 66

clients that I care about the cali-

WALA (Work Accident Likelihood Assessment) - Revised 67

ber of candidates that I recom-

WINT (Work Integrity Test) - Revised 68

mend to them.

WWAT (Warehouse Worker Aptitude Test) 69


Melanie Diotte
President

Therapy & Counseling Assessments

Eximius Personnel

AMQ (Anger Management Questionnaire) - 2nd Revision 70


Working with PsychTests AIM

AnxSyS (Anxiety Symptom Screener) -2nd Revision 71

has been a pleasure. They have

BSS - NSF (Burnout Symptom Screener - For Non-Service Fields) - 2nd Revision  72

been a very reliable group of

BSS - SF (Burnout Symptom Screener - For Service Fields) - 2nd Revision  73

psychologists and researchers

DepSyS (Depression Symptom Screener) - Revised 74

who have been quite accommo-

EMEBA (Emotional Eating Behavior Assessment) 75

dating to our needs, extremely

MEIQ Ab (Multi-dimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient - Abridged, 7th Revision) 76

interested in our inputs, and

MEIQ (Multi-dimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient - 7th Revision) 77

very timely with any special

SWLPS (Surgical Weight-Loss Psychological Screening) - Revised 78

requests we have had.

TAPP (Type A Personality Profile)  79

Sig Mejdal
Quantitative Analyst

St. Louis Cardinals


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Athletic Assessments
A.C.E (Athletic Competition Evaluation for 10 13 year olds) 80
A.C.E (Athletic Competition Evaluation for 14+ year olds) 81
ASE Individual (Athlete Success Evaluation for adults) - Revised 82

C O N TA C T I N F O

ASE Team R (Athlete Success Evaluation for adults) - Revised 83

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BASE (Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation for adults) - 2nd Revision 84


BASE (Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation for 10 13 year olds) 85
BASE (Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation for 14+ year olds) 86
CASEI (College Athlete Success Evaluation Individual Sports) - Revised 87
CASET (College Athlete Success Evaluation Team Sports) - Revised 88

TESTIMONIALS
We use the EI assessment in
an educational setting for new
police officers to discover their

FASE (Football Athlete Success Evaluation for adults) - Revised 89


HASE (Hockey Athlete Success Evaluation for adults) - Revised 90
SPSP (Soccer Player Success Profile) - Revised 91

strengths and weaknesses.


I appreciate the ability as an
administrator to enroll and
assign tests myself online without needing to contact anyone
personally.
Lt. Al Kuehl
Staff Development
Rochester Police Department

Our lead consultant wanted


to introduce the EIQ assessment as part of our leadership
programs to raise the level of
awareness of our managers
to the emotional aspect. We
piloted the EIQ assessment with
managers in Singapore and it
was very well received.
Anne Buquet
People Development
and Talent Management
France Telecom

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Introduction
About ARCH Profile
C O N TA C T I N F O

ARCH Profile offers the most comprehensive and reliable selection of online assessments available. Developed by our team of experienced psychologists and programmers, our assessments

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utilize Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) technologies to deliver precise scoring and in depth analysis

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instantaneously in a user-friendly environment.

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Our tests are developed by a team of experienced developers led by Ilona Jerabek, PhD. Our
technical team, directed by artificial intelligence (AI) researcher Vrat Jerabek, continuously con-

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ducts experiments and simulations to improve the AI systems that handle complicated scoring
algorithms. All of the professional tests offered on Psychtests are rigorously developed and based

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on a thorough statistical analysis. Each test is well researched and designed according to the APA

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Psychtests.com originally appeared on the internet scene in 1997 and is a subsidiary of Plumeus

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Psychtests was conceived as the delivery system of those same solutions. Since its inception,
Psychtests has become a pre-eminent provider of psychological assessment products and services to human resource personnel, therapists, academics, researchers and a host of other professionals around the world

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AMI (Assessment of Multiple Intelligences) - Revised


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Personal development

8 AMI SCALES:
Bodily-Kinesthetic

No. of questions: 55

Purpose: The AMI, based on the work

Question type: Situational, self-report

of Howard Gardner, will assess the man-

Estimated completion time: 20 minutes

ner in which a person learns best. It will

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

identify which specific type of intelligence

Recommended age level: 18+

an individual possesses and how it can

Qualification Level: Class A

be used to his or her advantage.

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (disability,


ethnicity)
Validation Information:

Logical-Mathematical

Sample Size: 10,135

Linguistic

Cronbachs Alpha range: 0.64 to 0.79

Visual-Spatial
Musical

Features

Intrapersonal

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 26 industries)

Interpersonal

Interview Questions: Available

Naturalistic

Group Comparisons: Available

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REPORT

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Dominant and Least Developed Intelligence Types

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


8 scales:

Bodily-Kinesthetic: Ability to coordinate bodily movements and/or handle objects skillfully.

Logical-Mathematical: Ability to use logical reasoning to solve a problem. Also involves number and
computing skills.

Linguistic: Highly developed capacity to use words effectively, in writing or in speech, as well as to
persuade, remember information, and explain.

Visual-Spatial: Highly developed capacity to perceive the visual world accurately and to transform,
manipulate and recreate mental images.

Musical: Ability to compose and perform musical patterns recognize pitches, tones, and rhythms..

Intrapersonal: Ability to detect and discern among ones own feelings (self-knowledge) and the ability
to use that knowledge for personal understanding.

Interpersonal: Capacity to understand and interact effectively with others. Ability to discern the
moods, temperaments, dispositions, motivations, and desires of other people and
respond appropriately.

Naturalistic: Ability to understand and classify the natural environment, particularly vegetation and
animals. Includes excellent observational skills and a strong interest in nature.

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AMPM (Advanced Multidimensional Personality Matrix


Big 5 Personality Test) 3rd Revision
APPLICATION:

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No. of questions: 175, plus additional questions

Purpose: The AMPM - R3 is based on

Question type: Situational, self-report

the Five Factor Model credited to Costa,

Estimated completion time: 45 minutes

McRae, and Goldberg. This full version

99 Team building

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes

includes five main factors, which are

99 Leadership development

Recommended age level: 18+

each broken down further into several

99 Sales and customer

Qualification Level: Class A

more specific elements.

99 Pre-employment
99 Personal development

service training

Compliance: APA standards (disability)


Validation Information:

35 AMPM SCALES:
Emotional Reactivity
Resiliency
Anger Command
Impulse Command
Self-confidence
Reaction to Stress
Independence

Sample Size: 1690

Cronbachs Alpha range: 0.66 to 0.86

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REPORT

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Assertiveness

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Optimism

Introduction

Impression Management

Sociability

Graphs

Personality Type

Self-disclosure

Detailed narrative interpretation

Advice

Approachability
Orientation

Factors and Scales:

Perspective

5 factors, divided into 35 scales:

Curiosity
Interest in Knowledge
Creative Thinking
Individuality

Emotional Stability: Assesses overall emotional strength and the ability to withstand stress.

Extroversion: Assesses whether a person prefers interacting with others or spending time alone..

Openness: Assesses extent to which a person seeks out new experiences and is receptive to different views and people..

Adaptability
Trust

Agreeableness: Assesses a personss demeanor in terms of approachability and cooperativeness.

Authenticity

Conscientiousness: Assesses whether a person is productive, organized, and reliable.

Willingness to Compromise
Egoism
Kindness
Aggressiveness
Competitiveness
Dominance
Charm
Striving
Diligence
Organization
Dependability
Attention to Detail
Efficiency
Self-discipline

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AMPM Ab (Advanced Multidimensional Personality


Matrix Abridged Big 5 Personality Test)
APPLICATION:

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No. of questions: 25 core, with additional (if applicable)

Purpose: The AMPM - Ab is based on

99 Pre-employment

Question type: Situational, self-report

the Five Factor Model credited to Costa,

99 Personal development

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes

McRae, and Goldberg. It is an overarch-

99 Team building

Longer versions of assessment: Yes

ing and comprehensive assessment of a

99 Leadership development

Recommended age level: 18+

persons personality.

99 Sales and customer

Qualification Level: Class A

service training

Compliance: APA standards (disability)


Validation Information:

5 AMPM - AB SCALES:
Emotional stability
Extroversion
Openness
Agreeableness
Conscientiousnesse

Sample Size: 36,087

Cronbachs Alpha range: 0.45 to 0.72

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REPORT

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 31 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


5 scales:

Emotional Stability: Overall emotional strength and the ability to withstand stress.

Extroversion: Assesses whether a person prefers interacting with others or spending time alone.

Openness: Assesses extent to which a person seeks out new experiences and is receptive to different views and people.

Agreeableness: Assesses a personss demeanor in terms of approachability and cooperativeness.

Conscientiousness: Assesses whether a person is productive, organized, and reliable.

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ARS (Assertiveness Rating Scale) - 2nd Revision


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Personal & professional
development

No. of questions: 35

Purpose: ARS assesses whether a

Question type: Self-report

person is able to communicate his or her

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes

thoughts and opinions in a clear, direct,

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

and non-aggressive way.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

5 ARS SCALES:
Ability to speak for self
Handling assertive/strong
people
Comfort with Vulnerability
Subservience
Aggression

age, disability)

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 6717

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.91

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population, 62 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 5 scales:

Ability to speak for self: Acting with confidence to voice a personal opinion.

Handling assertive/strong people: Ability to stand up to those who might be intimidating.

Comfort with Vulnerability: Ability to take action despite the risk of rejection or embarrassment.

Subservience: Allowing the needs of others to take precedence over personal desires.

Aggression: Using aggressive tactics, such as intimidation, physical force or manipulation to get
ones way.

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ART (Analytical Reasoning Test)


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No. of questions: 82
APPLICATION:

Purpose: ART assesses inductive and

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing (arithme-

deductive reasoning skills. Verbal and

tic, logical reasoning)


99 Pre-employment

quantitative reasoning skills are impor-

Estimated completion time: 60 minutes

99 Professional development

tant in business decision-making and IT

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

analytical aptitude, among other areas.

Recommended age level: 18+


5 ART SCALES:
Appraisal
Considering
Processing Information
Logic

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1335

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.95

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REPORT

Math/Quantitative Reasoning

Features

Pattern Recognition

Benchmarks: Available

Reading Comprehension

Interview Questions: Available

Creative Thinking

Group Comparisons: Available

Social/Communication Skills

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 9 scales:

Appraisal: Ability to look at a situation and determine what needs to be done or what the bottomline question is that needs to be answered.

Considering: Ability to identify important information relevant to solving a problem or managing a


situation in the face of irrelevant or misleading info.

Processing Information: Ability to determine the best way to solve a problem.

Logic: Ability to apply a systematic process of reasoning to the information provided, in a variety
of contexts.

Math/Quantitative Reasoning: Ability to perform basic math calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, as well as geometry and algebra.

Pattern Recognition: Ability to identify a pattern in a series of numbers, letters or images.

Reading Comprehension: Ability to pick up on important details in a text and understand


reading materials.

Creative Thinking: A self-report scale that measures the extent to which a person uses creative
thinking during the analytical reasoning process.

Social/Communication Skills: Assesses a persons ability to handle complex social situations and
come up with solutions to problems based on the most socially appropriate and sensitive response.

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CADVP (Career Advancement Profile) - Revised


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Professional development
99 Motivational tool

No. of questions: 46

Purpose: CADVP was developed to

Question type: Situational, self-report

evaluate how prepared a person is for

Estimated completion time: 15 minutes

an advancement in his or her career. It

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

will provide information on whether an

Recommended age level: 18+

employee has the attitude, traits, and

Qualification Level: Class A

behaviors needed to move up the ladder.

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


5 CADVP SCALES:
Growth
Responsibility
Leadership
Stimulation
Confidence

age, disability, ethnicity)


Validation Information:

Sample Size: 11,025

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.98

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REPORT

Features

Initiative

Benchmarks: Available (general population and sports industry)

Coping with Stress

Group Comparisons: Available

Adaptability

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Advice

Graphs

Impression Management

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 2 factors, divided into 8 scales:
1) Healthy Motivators: Different types of motivators that drive people to succeed.

Growth: Desire to gain new skills and eagerness to grow.

Responsibility: Interest in gaining new and expanded responsibilities.

Leadership: Desire to take on a leadership role.

Stimulation: Assesses whether a more stimulating environment is needed.

2) Preparedness: Degree to which a person is mentally and emotionally prepared for advancement.

Confidence: Degree of self-confidence that is exhibited in the workplace.

Initiative: Tendency to display proactive behavior.

Coping with Stress: Assesses how well stressful situations are handled.

Adaptability: Ability to deal with changes in the work environment.

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CAMOP (Career Motivation Profile) - 2nd Revision


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No. of questions: 102

Purpose: CAMOP is designed to

APPLICATION:

Question type: Situational, self-report

uncover what motivates your employees

Estimated completion time: 20 minutes

in order to create an environment where

99 Pre-employment

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

they can thrive.

99 Personal and professional

Recommended age level: 18+

development
99 Motivational tool

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards ; EEOC standards
(gender, disability)

23 CAMOP SCALES:
Achievement
Structure and Order

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1194

Cronbachs Alpha range: 0.40 to 0.87

Balanced Lifestyle

Features

Change and Variety

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 26 industries)

Creativity

Interview Questions: Available

Financial Reward

Group Comparisons: Available

Identity and Purpose

360 Version: Available

Altruism
Contribution
Independence
Inspiration
Responsibility
Learning
Mobility
Power
Recognition and Appreciation
Social Factors
Stability
Status
Fun and Enjoyment

Report Includes:

Summary

List of major, minor, and insignificant motivators

Introduction

Detailed narrative interpretation

Motivation Personality Type

Practical advice tailored to each motivator

Graphs

Factors and Scales:


23 scales/motivators, including:

Achievement: Desire to reach goals and rise up to challenges.

Structure & Order: Desire to work in an environment with an established system for performing
tasks and duties, and a clearly structured hierarchy of command.

Customer Service

Balanced Lifestyle: Desire to have the time to maintain both a personal and professional life.

Job-Hopping

Change and Variety: Desire for a dynamic job environment where tasks and projects vary greatly.

Active/High-pressure Work

Creativity: Desire to take on unique projects and express ones creativity in a professional setting.

Financial Reward: Desire to be recompensed for ones hard work through financial means.

Identity and Purpose: Desire to take on a project or position that is in line with ones values.

Altruism: Desire to help make the world a better place.

Contribution Desire to make a name for oneself to be a pioneer in a specific field.

Independence: Desire for position that offers autonomy, decision-making power, and flexibility.

Inspiration: Desire to move and motivate others through ones work.

Learning: Desire to gain new knowledge, skills and insight.

Mobility: Desire to travel and experience new places through ones work.

Power: Desire for a position of authority/leadership.

Environment

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CAPAP (Caregiver Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Professional development

No. of questions: 114, plus additional (if applicable)

Purpose: CAPAP assesses whether the

Question type: Situational, self-report

personality traits and skills a person pos-

Estimated completion time: 35 minutes

sesses match those required to excel in

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes

the Caregiving field.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A

22 CAPAP SCALES:
Helpfulness

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


age, disability)

Empathy

Sample Size: 5271

Emotional Strength

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

Reaction to Stress

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Validation Information:

Discretion

Features

Social Insight

Benchmarks: Available (general population and Caregivers)

Communication Skills

Interview Questions: Available

Assertive Communication
Diligence
Organization
Dependability

Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Advice

Self-discipline

Graphs

Impression Management

Comfort with Decision-making

Detailed narrative interpretation

Attention to Detail
Efficiency

Patience
Fortitude

Factors and Scales:

Attitude Towards Honesty

Overall score plus 3 factors, divided into 22 scales:

Attitude Towards Safety


Attitude Towards Teamwork
Optimism
Social Values at Work

Interpersonal Skills: Ability to interact with others appropriately and productively.

Work Abilities: Ability to complete tasks in a productive, thorough and efficient manner.

Work Attitudes: Tendency to behave in an appropriate and honest fashion within the workplace.

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CAPAP Ab (Caregiver Aptitude Personality


& Attitude Profile)
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Professional development

6 CAPAP-AB SCALES:

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No. of questions: 57

Purpose: This condensed version of the

Question type: Situational, self-report

CAPAP assesses whether the personal-

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes

ity traits and skills a person possesses

Longer versions of assessment: Yes

match those required to excel in the

Recommended age level: 18+

Caregiving field.

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

Conscientiousness

age, disability)

Disregard for others

Validation Information:

Agreeableness

Sample Size: 5285

Emotional Strength

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

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REPORT

Fortitude
Integrity

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and Caregivers)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Advice

Graphs

Impression Management

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall score plus 6 scales

Conscientiousness: Assesses how organized, reliable, and detail oriented a person is.

Disregard for others: Assesses the tendency to conduct oneself in a manner that shows disrespect
for others or a lack of self-monitoring.

Agreeableness: Assesses the willingness to help and cooperate with others.

Emotional Strength: Assesses the ability to be self-reliant, emotionally tough, and to work well
under pressure.

Fortitude: Ability to withstand difficult or distasteful tasks.

Integrity: Assesses tendency to show good judgment, to take responsibility for ones actions, and to
conduct oneself in an honest manner.

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CAPSAT (Creativity & Problem-Solving Aptitude Test) Revised


APPLICATION:

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No. of questions: 36

Purpose: CAPSAT was developed to

99 Pre-employment

Question type: Situational, self-report

evaluate whether a persons attitude

99 Professional development

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes

towards problem-solving and the manner

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

in which he or she approaches a prob-

Recommended age level: 18+

lem is conducive to creative thinking.

4 CAPSAT SCALES:

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

Comfort with Decision-making

age, ethnicity, disability)

Flexibility

Validation Information:

Openness to Creativity
Sense of Self-efficacy

Sample Size: 24,994

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 107 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 4 scales

Comfort with Decision-making: Overall ability to make decisions competently and confidently.

Flexibility: Assesses whether a persons attitude toward problem-solving is open-minded


and flexible.

Openness to Creativity: Overall attitude toward change, innovative solutions, out-of-the-box


thinking; ability to think creatively.

Sense of Self-efficacy: Assesses whether a person believes in his or her ability to solve a problem effectively.

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CAT-SR (Concentration Ability Test Self Report) - Revised


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Professional development

No. of questions: 21

Purpose: CAT SR will assess how

Question type: Situational, self-report

well a person concentrates on a task

Estimated completion time: 5 minutes

and whether he or she has a well-devel-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

oped repertoire of strategies to help him/

Recommended age level: 18+

her focus.

Qualification Level: Class A


2 CAT - SR SCALES:
Mental Focus
Tactics

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age)


Validation Information:

Sample Size: 11,162

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.89

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 34 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 2 scales

Mental Focus: Ability to stay focused despite distraction.

Tactics: Assesses whether a person uses strategies to improve concentration and stay focused.

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CCCSRT (Call Center Customer Service Rep Test)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Professional development
99 Sales and customer service
training

No. of questions: 137

Purpose: CCCSRT will assess whether

Question type: Situational, self-report

a person has the attitudes, aptitudes and

Estimated completion time: 50 minutes

personality to work as a customer ser-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

vice representative for call centers.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

20 CCCSRT SCALES:
Listening Skills
Friendliness/Pleasantness
Social Insight

age, disability)

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 681

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.97

Helpfulness

Features

Social Skills

Benchmarks: Available (general population & Customer

Communication Skills

Service reps)

Assertiveness

Interview Questions: Available

Conflict Resolution Skills

Group Comparisons: Available

Patience
Performance Under pressure
Thick-skinned
Time Management
Organizational Skills
Meticulousness
Independence
Verbal/Reading
Comprehension Skills
Quick Thinking

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Advice

Graphs

Impression Management

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 5 factors, divided into 20 scales:

Problem-solving

People Skills: Overall ability to deal effectively and appropriately with others.

Computer Savvy

Mental/Emotional Toughness: Ability to cope with the challenges encountered in this field.

Trainability

Efficiency: Involves traits/skills that help a person complete work tasks competently.

Cognitive Skills: Assesses intelligence-related skills that can be an asset in customer service.

Resourcefulness: Refers to traits/skills that can make easing into a customer service call center
position smoother.

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CHAP (Childcare Aptitude Profile)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment

Purpose: : CHAP will assess whether

No. of questions: 143

a person has the necessary skills and

Question type: Self-assessment, situational, multiple choice

traits to be a professional nanny.

Estimated completion time: 50-60 minutes

99 Professional development

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

99 Training tool

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: standards; EEOC standards (age)

18 CHAP SCALES:
Appreciation of Children

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 80

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

Nurturing
Imagination/Creativity
Play Skills
Educating
Integrity
Respect for Family Privacy
Energetic
Dependability
Safety Consciousness
Organization
Sound Judgment/Common
Sense

Features
Benchmarks: Available (General Population)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Caregiver Style (based on parenting theories)

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Impression Managment

Stress Tolerance
Self-Control/Self-Monitoring

Factors and Scales:

Empathy

Overall Score plus 5 factors, divided into 18 scales:

Communication Skills
Helpfulness
Enthusiasm

Childcare Value System: Assesses values that are important and relevant to childcare.

Work Ethic: Degree to which a person behaves in a responsible and productive manner.

Diligence: Degree to which a person is willing to work hard, efficiently, and carefully.

Mental Strength: Ability to deal with the difficulties of childcare.

People Skills: Assesses whether a person interacts productively and appropriately.

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CLAA (Clerical Aptitude Assessment) - 2nd Revision


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Professional development

No. of questions: 175

Purpose: CLAA assesses whether the

Question type: Self-assessment, situational, skill testing

personality traits and skills a person pos-

Estimated completion time: 90 minutes

sesses match those required to excel in

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

a clerical or administrative position.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A

21 CLAA SCALES:
Ability to Handle Stress
Comfort with Conflict and
Criticism
Constructive Conflict
Resolution
Dependability

Compliance: APA standards ; EEOC standards (age)


Validation Information:

Sample Size: 791

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.95

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and
Clerical Workers)

Detail Orientation

Interview Questions: Available

Discretion

Group Comparisons: Available

Emotional Control

360 Version: Available

Empathy
Flexibility
Focus
Kindness
Time Management
Tolerance for Routine
Arithmetic

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Advice

Graphs

Impression Management

Detailed narrative interpretation

Filing
Graph and Chart Reading
Reading Comprehension
Data Entry Skills
Proofreading Skills
Short-term Memory Skills
Typing Skills

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 4 factors, divided into 21 scales:

Professionalism: Ability to perform tasks in a conscientious manner.

Emotional Stability: Ability to manage stress and remain poised.

Agreeableness: Ability to get along with others; a pleasant demeanor.

Clerical Aptitude: Assesses knowledge, skills and abilities needed for clerical-type tasks.

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COMSA (Communication Skills Assessment)


- 2nd Revision
APPLICATION:

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No. of questions: 38

Purpose: COMSA will assess whether a

Question type: Self-report

person is able to communicate and

99 Professional development

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes

listen effectively.

99 Team building

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

99 Leadership development

Recommended age level: 18+

99 Sales and customer

Qualification Level: Class A

99 Pre-employment

service training

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


age, disability)
Validation Information:

COMSA SCALES:
Insightfulness
Verbal Expression
Assertiveness
Listening Skills
Emotional Management

Sample Size: 22,721

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.91

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Features
Benchmarks: (general population and 30 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 5 scales:

Insightfulness: Ability to read others and understand things from their point of view.

Verbal Expression: Ability to deliver a clear and concise message.

Assertiveness: Willingness to express differing opinions and to stand up for oneself.

Listening Skills: Understanding of the rules of listening etiquette and the ability to actively
attend to others.

Emotional Management: Ability and willingness to deal with ones own, as well as other
peoples, emotions.

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CORRTA (Collision Repair and Refinish


Technician Assessment) - Revised
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Professional development

Vitals
Purpose: : CORRTA assesses skills and

No. of questions: 96

knowledge relevant to car technicians,

Question type: Situational, self-report

particularly in the area of collision repair

Estimated completion time: 20 minutes

and refinishing.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


14 CORRTA SCALES:

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A

Appearance

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (age)

Dependability

Validation Information:

Responsibility

Sample Size: 546

Efficiency

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

Meticulousness
Knowledge Test

Features

Independence

Benchmarks: Available (Car Technicians)

Communication Skills

Interview Questions: Available

Self-Report Past Experience

Group Comparisons: Available

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Multi-tasking
Adherence to Standards
Ethical Treatment
Willingness to Work
Punctuality

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Advice

Graphs

Impression Management

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 4 factors, divided into 14 scales:

Conscientiousness: Tendency to be a responsible, orderly, cautious and dependable worker.

Self-Sufficiency: Assesses level of knowledge about mechanics, ability to work without assistance
by management, and capacity to communicate with colleagues and customers.

Ability to Adapt to Job Environment: Measures a persons fit with the requirements of a car technician position - the fast-paced nature of the job, the need to follow safety rules, and other
strict standards.

Workplace Ethics: Extent to which a person presents a positive attitude towards customers and
management, and is professional, courteous, honest, and hard-working.

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COSA (Coping Skills Assessment) - 2nd Revision


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APPLICATION:
99 Therapy and Counseling
99 Personal development
99 Employee Assistance
Programs

No. of questions: 64

Purpose: COSA assesses a persons

Question type: Self-report

coping skills and his or her predominant

Estimated completion time: 15 minutes

methods of coping with stress.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards ; EEOC standards (gender,

12 COSA SCALES:
Problem-Solving
Information-Seeking
Negotiation

age, ethnicity)
Validation Information: 8998

Sample Size:

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

Social Support

Features

Positive Cognitive

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 95 industries)

Restructuring
Emotional Regulation

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Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Distraction
Rumination
Avoidance
Helplessness
Social Withdrawal
Opposition

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

List of frequently used coping techniques

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 3 factors, divided into 12 scales:

Problem-Focused Coping: Refers to ways of handling stress that deal with taking action in order to
improve the stressor.

Emotion-Focused Coping: Methods of handling stressful situations that entail learning how to deal
with the situation emotionally.

Empty Coping Strategies/Hang-Ups: Entails empty coping strategies that generally will not be
helpful in dealing with stressful situations.

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CSP (Customer Service Profile) - Revised


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Customer service training

No. of questions: 74, plus additional (if applicable)

Purpose: CSP will assess whether the

Question type: Situational, self-report

personality traits and skills a person pos-

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

sesses match those required to work in

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

Customer Service.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A

15 CSP SCALES:

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

Communication Skills

Validation Information:

age, disability, ethnicity

Conflict Resolution

Sample Size: 1430

Social Skills

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.96

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Patience
Self-Control

Features

Hostility

Benchmarks: Available (general population and Customer

Negative Reaction to
Intimidation
Negative Reaction to Criticism
Coping Skills
Positive Attitude
Mental Toughness

Service Reps)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Perspective

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Organizational Skills

Introduction

Advice

Conscientiousness

Graphs

Impression Management

Self-Motivation

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 3 factors, divided into 15 scales:

Soft Skills: Assesses how an individual handles social situations.

Psychological Strength: Assesses an individuals ability to cope with the jobs daily hassles.

Work Habits: Assesses an individuals work ethic and ability to handle work-related tasks in an efficient manner.

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CTAA (Coaching & Trainability Attitude Assessment)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Personal and professional
development
99 Motivational tool

No. of questions: 62

Purpose: CCTAA will determine whether

Question type: Situational, self-report

a person is coachable, willing to learn,

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

and accept feedback, criticism,

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

and direction.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,
age, ethnicity)

7 CTAA SCALES:
Ability to handle criticism
Openness to learning and
improvement
Willingness to take direction
Willingness to ask for help
Comfort with vulnerability and
admitting weakness

Validation Information:

Sample Size: 564

Cronbachs Alpha range: 0.94

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population 12 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Drive to Succeed
Know-it-all-ism/Egotism

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

List of Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Scales:
Overall Score plus 7 scales:

Ability to handle criticism: Assesses willingness to accept and use criticism to ones advantage.

Openness to learning and improvement: Assesses whether a person proactively strives to grow
and develop.

Willingness to take direction: Assesses an individuals work ethic and ability to handle work-related tasks in an efficient manner.

Comfort with vulnerability and admitting weakness: Assesses willingness to admit


faults/deficiencies.

Drive to Succeed: Assesses level of commitment to setting and achieving goals.

Know-it-all-ism/Egotism: Assesses inclination toward know-it-all-ism, which could inhibit the


coaching process.

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DISC-PP (DISC Personality Profile)


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Personal development

No. of questions: 193

Purpose: Structured according to the

Question type: Situational, self-report

well-known assessment, this version of

Estimated completion time: 50 minutes

DISC is an in-depth work personality

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

profile based on four main factors.

99 Team building

Recommended age level: 18+

99 Leadership development

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

4 DISC FACTORS:

age, disability, ethnicity)

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Validation Information:
Dominance

Sample Size: 617

Influence

Cronbachs Alpha range: 0.76 to 0.89

Supportiveness
Conscientiousness

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 12 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available
360 Version: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

DISC Type (based on the four main factors)

Advice

Graphs

Factors and Scales:


4 main factors:

Dominance: People with this DISC trait tend to be, among other things, competitive, ambition, and
determined. They have and a strong personality and presence.

Influence: People with this DISC trait tend to be, among other things, outgoing, passionate, energetic, and excel in networking.

Supportiveness: People with this DISC trait tend to be, among other things, loyal, reliable, committed, and easy to get along with.

Conscientiousness: People with this DISC trait tend to be, among other things, meticulous, analytical, attentive, and methodical, and excel in quality control.

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DOT (Detail Orientation Test) - Revised


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Professional development
99 Training tool

No. of questions: 26

DOT assesses whether an individual

Question type: Self-assessment

has the patience, focus, and willing-

Estimated completion time: 5 minutes

ness to be meticulous.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A

3 DOT SCALES:
Self-Discipline
Motivation
Dislike for Details

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

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age, disability)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1923

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.92

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 21 industries
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available
360 Version: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 3 scales:

Self-Discipline: Assesses whether a person has the patience and focus to deal with details.

Motivation: Assesses whether a person considers details important, and is willing to take them
into consideration when completing a task.

Dislike for Details Extent to which a person has an aversion for details.

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DPP (Driving Personality Profile) - Revised


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment

No. of questions: 60

Purpose: DPP assesses whether an

Question type: Situational, self-report

individuals attitude and behavior behind

Estimated completion time: 20 minutes

the wheel could be problematic.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+

4 DPP SCALES:
Road Rage
General Driving Knowledge
Courtesy
Conscientiousness

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,
age, disability)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 19,153

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.88

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population, 12 industries,
and 7 driving-related factors)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 4 scales:

Road Rage: Tendency to behave aggressively or lose ones temper while driving.

General Driving Knowledge: Basic knowledge of road rules and how to deal with certain
driving conditions.

Courtesy: Knowledge and practice of driving manners.

Conscientiousness: Overall attitude towards road safety.

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EAPT (Employee Attitude and Personality Test)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Team building

No. of questions: 85 plus additional questions (if applicable)

Purpose: The EAPT is an overarching

Question type: Self-report

assessment of a persons work personal-

Estimated completion time: 15 minutes

ity profile.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A

36 EAPT SCALES:
Compliance
Trainability
Steadiness
Conscientiousness
Integrity
Approval-seeking

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


age, disability1)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 959

Cronbachs Alpha range: 0.75 to 0.93

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Features

Adaptability

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 19 industries)

Coping Skills

Interview Questions: Available

Emotional Stability

Group Comparisons: Available

Creativity
Open-mindedness
Innovation
Drive/Success Orientation
Calculated Risk-taking
Street Smarts
Initiative
Independence
Leadership Potential

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


9 factors, broken down into 36 scales, including:

Dominance

Social Skills: Ability to interact harmoniously with people; to build a rapport with others.

Authoritarianism

Forcefulness: Assesses whether a person possesses a more commanding and


controlling disposition.

Extroversion
Soft Skills

Industriousness/Assiduity: Assesses degree to which a person is hard-working and diligent.

Agreeableness

Openness to Improvement: Assesses willingness to continuously learn and grow.

Dynamism

Openness to Change: Extent to which an individual is comfortable with variability in his

Fair-mindedness
Abrasiveness
Tension/Nervous Energy
Accident Proneness
Hotheadedness
Generalist
Specialist

or her environment.

Conformity: Refers to obedient, unquestioning, and responsible conduct.

Resilience: Ability to bounce back from adversity.

Level-headedness: Ability to maintain poise and control in during difficult situations.

Need for Supervision: Assesses whether an individual possesses certain traits or behaviors that
would make a supervised environment more beneficial.

Technical Skill
Kinesthetic Skill

1 People with a disability significantly outscored those without on Soft Skills.

Visual/Spatial Skill
Linguistic Skill
Analytical Thinking

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EntAP (Entrepreneurial Aptitude Profile)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Skills training

No. of questions: 131

Purpose: EntAP will identify whether

Question type: Self-report

a person has the characteristics that

Estimated completion time: 25 minutes

typically demonstrate entrepreneurial

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

potential.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A

14 ENTAP SCALES:
Independence
Passion
Goal-orientation
Conscientiousness
Social Skills
Leadership
Mentoring/Supporting
Self-efficaciousness
Optimism
Status-seeking

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (ethnicity1,


disability)

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1222

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.96

Features

Benchmarks: Available (general population, Entrepreneurs)


Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Interest in Knowledge

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Innovation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Adaptability

Graphs

Advice

Risk-taking

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 4 factors, divided into 14 scales:

Drive to Succeed: Ability and willingness to do what it takes to succeed.

Social Network: Ability to form strong social relationships with people.

Outlook on Success: Refers to whether an individual believes he or she has the potential
for success.

Openness to new ideas: Refers to the inclination and desire to try out new ideas.

1 Caucasians were significantly outscored by Asians and Blacks on Status-seeking

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EPA (Entrepreneurial Personality Assessment)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Skills development

No. of questions: 60

Purpose: EPA will provide informa-

Question type: Self-report

tion about which aspects of a persons

Estimated completion time: 15 minutes

personality are well-suited for owning a

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

business, and which aspects could

Recommended age level: 18+

be problematic.

Qualification Level: Class A


7 EPA SCALES:
Self-sufficiency
Conscientiousnes
Drive Orientation
Social Skills
Optimism

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


age, disability)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 12,227

Cronbachs Alpha range: 0.61 to 0.78

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Risk-taking

Features

Networking Ability

Benchmarks: Available (general population, Entrepreneurs)


Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Entrepreneur Personality Type

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


7 scales:

Self-sufficiency: Ability to make decisions and motivate oneself independently.

Conscientiousness: Ability to be organized, efficient and dependable.

Drive Orientation: Tendency to be competitive, driven, and impatient versus relaxed, laid-back,
and patient.

Social Skills: Ability to relate easily and comfortably with people.

Optimism: Ability to look on the bright side of things, even in difficult times.

Risk-taking: Ability to take chances and handle the inherent uncertainty involved in taking risks.

Networking Ability: Ability to make, maintain, and utilize social connections in order to achieve
success in business.

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FPP - Ab (Franchisee Personality Profile Abridged general version)


APPLICATION:

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No. of questions: 110

Purpose: FPP-Ab evaluates how well a

99 Franchisee selection

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

persons personality and attitudes fit the

99 Professional/Skill development

Estimated completion time: 30 minutes

ideal franchisee profile.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
14 FPP-AB SCALES:

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age)

Leadership

Validation Information:

Go-Getter

Sample Size: 855

Diligence

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

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Innovation
Determination

Features

Approachability

Benchmarks: Available (general population and Franchisees)

Self-efficacy
Self-confidence
Positive Mindset
Comfort with sharing cost and
profits

Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Management Skills

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Rule-abiding

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Community/Family Values

Graphs

Advice

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 14 scales, including:

Leadership: Ability to take charge and lead others effectively.

Comfort with sharing cost and profits: Assesses whether an individual is willing to accept having to
share profits with the parent company.

Self-efficacy: Assesses whether an individual believes that he or she has what it takes to succeed.

Management Skills: Extent to which a person possesses skills relevant to managing employees.

Rule-abiding: Extent to which an individual is willing to adhere to the rules and regulations of the
franchise.

Community/Family Values: Extent to which community or family values take precedence in a persons life.

Entrepreneurial Spirit: Assesses whether an individual has the desire and nose for business that is
needed to flourish in this industry.

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FPP - AbF (Franchisee Personality Profile Abridged fast food version)


APPLICATION:

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No. of questions: 140

Purpose: FPP-AbF evaluates how well

99 Franchisee selection

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

a persons personality and attitudes fit

99 Professional/Skill development

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

the ideal franchisee profile for a fast-food

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

restaurant.

Recommended age level: 18+


14 FPP-ABF SCALES:

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender)

Leadership

Validation Information:

Go-Getter

Sample Size: 855

Diligence

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

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Innovation
Determination

Features

Approachability

Benchmarks: Available (Franchisees from fast food industry)

Self-efficacy
Self-confidence
Positive Mindset
Comfort with sharing cost and
profits

Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Management Skills

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Rule-abiding

Introduction

Impression Management

Community/Family Values

Graphs

Advice

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Detailed narrative interpretation

Graph and Chart Reading

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 15 scales, including:

Leadership: Ability to take charge and lead others effectively.

Comfort with sharing cost and profits: Assesses whether an individual is willing to accept having to
share profits with the parent company.

Self-efficacy: Assesses whether an individual believes that he or she has what it takes to succeed.

Management Skills: Extent to which a person possesses skills relevant to managing employees.

Rule-abiding: Extent to which an individual is willing to adhere to the rules and regulations of the
franchise.

Community/Family Values: Extent to which community or family values take precedence in a persons life.

Entrepreneurial Spirit: Assesses whether an individual has the desire and nose for business that is
needed to flourish in this industry.

Graph and Chart Reading: Assesses whether an individual is able to understand and extrapolate
information from graphs and charts..

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FPP - AbH (Franchisee Personality Profile Abridged hotel version)


APPLICATION:

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No. of questions: 171, plus additional (If applicable)

Purpose: FPP-AbH evaluates how well

99 Franchisee selection

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

a persons personality and attitudes fit

99 Professional/Skill development

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

the ideal franchisee profile for the hotel

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

industry.

Recommended age level: 18+


25 FPP-ABH SCALES:

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender)

Leading

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Validation Information:

Staffing

Sample Size: 855

Adaptability

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.93

Innovation
Interest in Knowledge

Features

Conscientiousness

Benchmarks: Available (Entrepreneurs)

Goal-orientation
Passion
Adherence to Rules
Comfort with Sharing Costs
and Profits

Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Drive and Ambition

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Calculated Decision-making

Introduction

Impression Management

Risk-taking

Graphs

Franchisee Personality Type

Approachability

Detailed narrative interpretation

Advice

Communication Skills
Cultural Sensitivity

Factors and Scales:

Optimism

Overall Score plus 6 factors and 25 scales:

Community/Family Values
Self-efficacy
Need for Independence
Need for Approval
Status-Seeking

Management Skills: Extent to which a person possesses skills relevant to managing employees.

Comfort with Change: Assesses whether an individual has what it takes to bounce back after unexpected changes

Work Ethic: Assesses how hard and how carefully an individual works, as well as how driven he/she
is to achieve success.

Suitability for a Hotel

Calculated Risk-taking: Extent to which a person takes calculated, considered risks.

Graphs & Charts

People Skills: Assesses whether a person possesses the skills to get along with others.

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Self-Reliance: Extent to which a person relies on himself/herself and acts independently of others.

Franchise

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FPP - AbR (Franchisee Personality Profile Abridged restaurant version)


APPLICATION:

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No. of questions: 174, plus additional (If applicable)

Purpose: FPP-AbR evaluates how well

99 Franchisee selection

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

a persons personality and attitudes fit

99 Professional/Skill development

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

the ideal franchisee profile for the res-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

taurant industry.

Recommended age level: 18+


25 FPP-ABH SCALES:

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender)

Leading

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Validation Information:

Staffing

Sample Size: 855

Adaptability

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.93

Innovation
Interest in Knowledge

Features

Conscientiousness

Benchmarks: Available (Entrepreneurs)

Goal-orientation
Passion
Adherence to Rules
Comfort with Sharing Costs
and Profits

Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Drive and Ambition

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Calculated Decision-making

Introduction

Impression Management

Risk-taking

Graphs

Franchisee Personality Type

Approachability

Detailed narrative interpretation

Advice

Communication Skills
Cultural Sensitivity

Factors and Scales:

Optimism

Overall Score plus 6 factors and 25 scales:

Community/Family Values
Self-efficacy
Need for Independence
Need for Approval
Status-Seeking

Management Skills: Extent to which a person possesses skills relevant to managing employees.

Comfort with Change: Assesses whether an individual has what it takes to bounce back after unexpected changes

Work Ethic: Assesses how hard and how carefully an individual works, as well as how driven he/she
is to achieve success.

Suitability for a Restaurant

Calculated Risk-taking: Extent to which a person takes calculated, considered risks.

Graphs & Charts

People Skills: Assesses whether a person possesses the skills to get along with others.

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Self-Reliance: Extent to which a person relies on himself/herself and acts independently of others.

Franchise

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GSSA (Goal-Setting Skills Assessment) - Revised


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment

No. of questions: 31

Purpose: : GSSA will evaluate whether

Question type: Self-report

a persons goal-related attitude and

Estimated completion time: 5 minutes

behavior are conducive to success.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+

3 GSSA SCALES:

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

Use of Goal-setting
Techniques
Self-efficacy
Locus of Control

age, disability)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 9654

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.91

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REPORT

Features
Benchmarks: (general population and 24 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 3 scales:

Use of Goal-setting Techniques: Adoption and utilization of solid strategies to help set and
achieve goals.

Self-efficacy: Belief that one has what it takes to not only set challenging goals but to follow
through with them as well.

Locus of Control: Assesses whether a person attributes the ability to achieve his or her goals to
external or internal causes.

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HAPAP (Hairstylist Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool/Professional
development

No. of questions: 79

Purpose: : HAPAP will evaluate whether

Question type: Situational, self-report

a person has the skills and traits to be

Estimated completion time: 30 minutes

successful in the Hairdressing field.

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes


Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

17 HAPAP SCALES:
Competitiveness
Willingness to learn new skills

disability)

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1943

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.93

Integrity
Passion
Time Management
Neatness
Physical Hardiness

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and
Hairdressing industry)

Stress Management

Interview Questions: Available

Self-efficacy

Group Comparisons: Available

Social Skills
Self-control
Reliability
Creative Problem-solving
Self-motivation
Networking
Common Sense
Entrepreneurial Spirit

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 17 scales, including:

Competitiveness: Degree to which an individual strives to be the best, and desires to


distinguish himself/herself among colleagues/peers.

Willingness to Learn New Skills: Willingness to stay on top of trends and update skill
set if necessary.

Integrity: Assesses whether a person is honorable or simply does and says things
when its to his/her advantage.

Passion: Refers to enthusiasm for ones work.

Time Management: Ability to use time available effectively and efficiently.

Neatness: Ability to maintain a tidy and clean work environment.

Physical Hardiness: Ability to withstand physically difficult tasks.

Stress Management: Ability to cope with the ups and downs common in the hairdressing field.

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HAPAP - Ab (Hairstylist Aptitude Personality &


Attitude Profile) - Abridged
APPLICATION:

Vitals
No. of questions: 57

Purpose: The condensed HAPAP-Ab

99 Pre-employment

Question type: Situational, self-report

will evaluate whether a person has the

99 Training tool/Professional

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes

skills and traits to be successful in the

Longer versions of assessment: Yes

Hairdressing field.

development

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
7 HAPAP-AB SCALES:
Perseverance
Dependability
Entrepreneurial Skills
Integrity
Organization

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


age, disability)

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1942

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.92

Self-Control

Features

Comfort with realities of job

Benchmarks: Available (general population and


Hairdressing industry)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 7 scales:

Perseverance: Extent to which a person possesses a go-getter attitude when it comes to achieving goals.

Dependability: Extent to which a person is reliable and can be depended on to behave in a professional manner.

Entrepreneurial Skills: Assesses whether an individual possesses the level of innovation and
business sense needed to flourish in this industry.

Integrity: Assesses whether a person behaves in an honorable and respectable manner.

Organization: Extent to which a person is neat and orderly.

Self-Control: Ability to monitor and regulate emotions and behavior.

Comfort with realities of job: Assesses whether a person is willing and able to cope with the
ups and downs that are common in this field.

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ITAPAP (IT Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool

No. of questions: 133 plus additionall (If applicable)

Purpose: ITAPAP is designed to assess

Question type: Situational, self-report, IQ

certain aspects of a persons work hab-

Estimated completion time: 55 minutes

its, attitude and skills that pertain to suc-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

cess in a career in the IT industry.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A

15 ITAPAP SCALES:

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


age)

Meticulousness
Concentration
Prioritization

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1045

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.92

Time Management
Creative Problem-solving
Attitude Towards Teamwork
Team vs. Individual Preference

Features
Benchmarks: (general population and Computer

Adaptability

Science industry)

Patience

Interview Questions: Available

Reaction to Stress

Group Comparisons: Available

Integrity
Pattern Recognition

Report Includes:

Classification

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Analogies

Introduction

Impression Management

Logic

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:

Overall Score plus 3 factors, divided into 15 scales:

1) Work Habits: Ability to work efficiently and productively.

2) Work Attitudes: Assesses whether a persons attitude towards work and duties.

3) Analytical Skills: Assesses analytical reasoning skills.

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LCAST (Locus of Control & Attribution Style Test)


Vitals
No. of questions: 35

Purpose: LCAST assesses whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report

person believes that he or she has on

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes

impact on and can control what happens

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

in his or her life, which can impact moti-

99 Leadership development

Recommended age level: 18+

vation, expectations, self-esteem, and

99 Sales and customer

Qualification Level: Class A

risk-taking behavior.

APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Personal development

service training

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age,


disability, ethnicity1)
Validation Information:

8 LCAST SCALES:
Success Orientation

Sample Size: 55,053

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.86

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Success Stability

Features

Failure Orientation

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 25 industries)

Failure Stability

Interview Questions: Available

Career or Academic-related

Group Comparisons: Available

Locus of Control
Global Locus of Control
Impact o f Upbringing and
Heredity
Self-efficacy

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 8 scales, including:

Success Orientation: Assesses whether a person attributes success to internal factors (under ones
control) or external factors (beyond ones control).

Success Stability: Assesses whether a person attributes success to stable or unstable factors.

Failure Orientation: Extent to which a person attributes failures to factors within ones control or
factors beyond control.

Failure Stability: Assesses whether a person attributes failure to stable or unstable forces.

1 Caucasians significantly outscored Middle Easterners on Impact of Upbringing


and Heredity

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LEAP (Leadership Potential Assessment) 2nd Revision


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Leadership development
99 Training tool

No. of questions: 100

Purpose: LEAP will determine whether

Question type: Situational, self-report

a person possesses the personality traits

Estimated completion time: 25 minutes

that characterize good leaders, and

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

evaluates the type of techniques he or

Recommended age level: 18+

she would utilize if given a leadership

Qualification Level: Class A

position.

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


15 LEAP SCALES:

age, disability, ethnicity)


Validation Information:

Delegating

Sample Size: 37,869

Giving Feedback

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.95

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Goal-setting
Rewarding Performance
Motivating
Coaching
Problem-solving
Vision
Collaboration
Setting an Example

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and Managers)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Agreeableness

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Conscientiousness

Introduction

Impression Management

Open-mindedness

Graphs

Advice

Extroversion

Detailed narrative interpretation

Emotional Stability

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 3 factors, divided into 15 scales:

Transactional Leadership: Ability to set clear guidelines for behavior, reward good performance and punish poor performance, provide feedback, and take a management role in
assigning tasks to others.

Transformational Leadership: Involves motivating and coaching employees, sharing a


vision for the company or organization, problem-solving, decision-making, and setting an
excellent example.

Leadership Potential: Level of suitability for a leadership role.

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LIQT (Logic IQ Test) - 2nd Revision


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Self-improvement

No. of questions: 20

Purpose: : LIQT is designed to test

Question type: Numerical and word problems

logic and mathematical IQ. It will assess

Estimated completion time: 30 minutes

a persons ability to logically discern

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

numerical patterns and to apply them

Recommended age level: 18+

to new contexts, to complete numerical

Qualification Level: Class A

computations, and to solve geometrical,

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

mathematical and logic word problems.

age, ethnicity, disability)


Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1591

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.83

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Introduction

IQ score, percentile score, and graph

Detailed narrative interpretation

Advice

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LiSI (Listening Skills Inventory) - Revised


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool
99 Professional/Skills development

No. of questions: 54

Purpose: LiSI will assess how attentive

Question type: Situational, self-report

a person is to a speaker, and whether

Estimated completion time: 15 minutes

he or she is an active participant in the

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

listening process.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

7 LISI SCALES:
External Distractions
Conversation Flow
Speaker to Listener Transition

age, disability)

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 23,220

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.91

Body Language

Features

Internal Distractions

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 33 industries)

Attention Span

Interview Questions: Available

Hearing a Person Out

Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 2 factors, divided into 7 scales:

Physical Attentiveness: Use of verbal and non-verbal language to indicate attentiveness.

Mental Attentiveness: Mentally tuning-in to a speaker, and being willing and able to offer undivided attention.

External Distractions: Ability to pay attention despite background noise.

Conversation Flow: Tendency to interrupt or otherwise disrupt conversation flow.

Speaker to Listener Transition: Level of comfort with being the listener rather than speaker.

Body Language: Use of body language to convey interest and attentiveness.

Internal Distractions: Ability to pay attention despite internal conflict.

Attention Span: Ability to pay attention to a speaker for an extended period of time.

Hearing a Person Out: Ability to listen with an open mind.

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MANSSA - Ab (Management Skills and Styles Assessment) Abridged


APPLICATION:

Vitals
No. of questions: 186

Purpose: MANSSA - Ab will assess

Question type: Situational, self-report, IQ

whether a person possesses the per-

99 Training tool

Estimated completion time: 55 minutes

sonality characteristics, capabilities, and

99 Leadership development

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

attitudes that are conducive to good

Recommended age level: 18+

management.

99 Pre-employment

Qualification Level: Class A


30 MANSSA SCALES:

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age)


Validation Information:

Comfort with Authority

Sample Size: 4988

Concentration

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.97

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Coping Skills
Decision-making

Features

Locus of Control

Benchmarks: Available (general population and Managers)

Optimism
Perfectionism (Self-directed)
Self-confidence
Integrity
Communication Skills

Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Flexibility

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Soft Skills

Introduction

Impression Management

Perfectionism (Other-directed)

Graphs

Advice

Self-monitoring

Detailed narrative interpretation

Sensitivity to Social Cues


Creativity

Factors and Scales:

Drive

Overall Score plus 6 factors, divided into 30 scales:

Goal-setting
Time Management
Vision
Risk-taking
Organizational Skills
Delegating

Intrapersonal Skills: Assesses personal qualities related to poise and control.

Interpersonal Skills: Assesses ability to interact appropriately with others.

Executive Skills: Assesses ability to run a business effectively.

Leadership Ability: Assesses overall leadership ability and potential.

Transactional Leadership: Ability to set clear guidelines for behavior, reward good performance,
punish poor performance, provide feedback, and assign tasks to employees.

Giving Feedback
Rewarding Performance
Coaching

Transformational Leadership: Ability to motivate and coach employees to perform to the best of
their ability.

Motivating
Problem-solving
Communicating Vision
Collaboration

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MANSSA (Management Skills and Styles Assessment) 4th Revision


APPLICATION:

Vitals

99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool
99 Leadership development

No. of questions: 391

Purpose: MANSSA is an in-depth

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

assessment that evaluates a persons

Estimated completion time: 120 minutes

managerial potential. This all-encom-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

passing test covers over 60 competen-

Recommended age level: 18+

cies, traits, and skills.

68 MANSSA SCALES:



































































Conceptual Skills
Vision
Big Picture Focus
Goal Setting
Problem Solving
Brainstorming Knowledge
Decision-making Skills
Info. Gathering & Analysis
Systematic Decision-making
Decision-making Confidence
Analytical Reasoning
Business Skills
Comfort with Ambiguity
Innovative Mindset
Comfort with Risk-taking
Calculated Risk-taking
Nose for Opportunity
Adaptability
Negotiating Ability
Presentation Skills
Technical Skills
Organizational Skills
Time Management
Prioritizing
Project Management
Quality Control
Setting Performance Standards
Monitoring Employee
Performance
Measuring/Evaluating Results
Recruitment and Hiring
Building Effective Teams
Training
Onboarding
Succession Planning
Authoritativeness
Managerial Courage
Comfort with Authority
Proactive Approach
Drive
Inspiring
Dedication/Commitment
Steadiness
Reliability
Openness to Improvement
Healthy Perfectionism
Customer Service
Charisma
Positive Mindset
Sense of Control Over Success
Passion
Corporate Citizenship
Ethics/Values
Coaching
Motivating
Rewarding Performance
Giving Praise
Resilience
Soft Skills
Managing Diversity
Communication Skills
Listening Skills
Social Skills
Social Insight Ability
Empathy
Conflict Management
Patience
Self-Monitoring
Approachability

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 900

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.98

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and Managers)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Managerial Type

Introduction

Delegating Type

Graphs

Impression Management

Detailed narrative interpretation

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 5 factors, divided into 68 scales:

Planning: Determining the organizations direction.

Organizing: Execution of plans.

Controlling: Assessing progress and ensuring that plans and goals are unfolding effectively.

Staffing & HR Functions: Duties that revolve around putting together a productive staff.

Leading: Guiding and bringing out the best in others.

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MEIQ HR (Multi-dimensional Emotional Intelligence


Quotient - Human Resources Version)
APPLICATION:

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No. of questions: 115

Purpose: EIQ has been linked to pro-

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

fessional success. This test evaluates

Estimated completion time: 65 minutes

the core traits that make up emotional

99 Leadership development

Shorter version of assessment available: N/A

intelligence.

99 Sales and Customer Service

Recommended age level: 18+

99 Pre-employment
99 Team building

training
99 Personnel development

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,
age, disability)

20 MEIQ-HR SCALES:
Adaptable Social Skills
Awareness of Strengths and
Limitations

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 34,870

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

Features

Comfort with Emotions

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 35 industries)

Conflict Management

Interview Questions: Available

Knowledge
Conflict Resolution Behavior

Group Comparisons: Available


360 Version: Available

Coping Skills
Emotional Integration
Emotional Reflection
Emotional Selectivity
Emotional Self-awareness
Empathy
Positive Mindset
Problem-Solving
Recognition of Others
Emotions
Resilience/Hardiness
Rumination
Self-Control
Self-Motivation
Social Insight
Striving

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 4 factors, divided into 20 scales:

Emotional Identification, Perception, and Expression: Ability to characterize emotions in oneself


and in others.

Emotional Facilitation of Thought: Ability/Willingness to use feelings constructively; to let them


guide you.

Emotional Understanding: Ability to understand and analyze emotions, and solve


emotional problems.

Emotional Management: Ability to take responsibility for ones emotions.

Ego Maturity: Attaining emotional growth and maturity.

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MIT (Multi-dimensional Intelligence Test) - Revised


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No. of questions: 109

Purpose: MIT measures several factors

Question type: Numerical, verbal, image-based

of intelligence, namely logical reasoning,

Estimated completion time: 75 minutes

math skills, language abilities, spatial

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

relations skills, knowledge retained and

99 Pre-employment

Recommended age level: 18+

the ability to solve novel problems.

99 Research

Qualification Level: Class A

APPLICATION:
99 Self-improvement
99 Skill development

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


disability, ethnicity)
12 MIT SCALES:
Spatial

Validation Information:

Sample Size: 9454

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

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Matrices
2D-3D Images
Logical
Arguments
Puzzles
Verbal
Vocabulary
Analogies

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 9 education levels)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Numerical

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Arithmetic

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs & Charts

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall IQ Score plus 2 factors, divided into 12 scales:

Fluid Intelligence: Assesses the capacity to learn and analyze new information.

Crystallized Intelligence Assesses accumulated and retained knowledge.

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MVIT (Multidimensional Verbal Intelligence Test) - Revised


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APPLICATION:
99 Educational research
99 Skill development
99 Pre-employment

No. of questions: 60

Purpose: MVIT assesses different

Question type: Vocabulary, analogies, word puzzles

aspects of verbal intelligence. Please

Estimated completion time: 35 minutes

note: This assessment is meant for peo-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

ple whose first language is English.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

6 MVIT SCALES:
Vocabulary
Definitions
Antonyms

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age, disability)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 8600

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.93

Sentence Completions

Features

Analogies

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 34 industries)

Reading Comprehension

Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 6 scales:

Vocabulary: Overall word knowledge and verbal fluency.

Definitions: Ability to identify the correct meaning of a given word.

Antonyms: Ability to identify the word or phrase that is closest in meaning to the given word.

Sentence Completions: Ability to fill in the appropriate missing word or words in a sentence.

Analogies Ability to understand the connection between two words and extrapolate this relationship
to other pairs of words.

Reading Comprehension: Ability to understand the content of written text and draw conclusions
based on the relevant information.

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NAP (Negotiation Aptitude Profile)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool
99 Skill development

No. of questions: 186

Purpose: NAP will assess whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report, memory,

person has a knack for deal-making in

mental speed

the business world.

Estimated completion time: 55 minutes


Shorter versions of assessment: N/A
Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A

28 NAP SCALES:

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


age, disability)

Memory for Faces


Memory for Names
Stress Management
Patience
Anger Control
Perspective
Self-monitoring
Communication Skills
Listening Skills
Social Skills
Persuasiveness

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 3195

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 51 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Conflict-resolution Skills

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Assertiveness

Introduction

Negotiation Personality Type

Networking Skills

Graphs

Advice

Social Insight

Detailed narrative interpretation

Empathy
Flexibility
Willingness to Withhold
Judgment

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 6 factors, divided into 28 scales:

Integrity

Memory Skills: Ability to memorize and recall important details/information.

Use of Dirty Tactics

Self-control: Ability to monitor and regulate emotions and behavior.

Mental Speed

People Skills: Ability to effectively relate to and deal with others.

Problem-solving Skills

Agreeableness: Refers to overall good-naturedness and likeability.

Cognitive Acuity: Ability to learn quickly and apply knowledge effectively.

Knowledge of the Negotiation Process: Assesses understanding of steps in the negotia-

Knowledge of Negotiation
Tactics
Knowledge of Negotiation
Principles/Terminology

tion process.

Preparation and Planning


Clarification and Justification
Bargaining and Problemsolving
Closure and Implementation

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NVIQT (Non-verbal IQ Test) - Revised


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Educational research
99 Pre-employment

No. of questions: 20

Purpose: NVIQT measures a persons

Question type: Image-based

intellectual ability. It is designed to test

Estimated completion time: 25 minutes

IQ while minimizing cultural or educa-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

tional biases by using image-based

Recommended age level: 18+

questions.

Qualification Level: Class A

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards1


(gender, age, disability)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 9954

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.77

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 32 industries)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Introduction

IQ score, percentile score, and graph

Detailed narrative interpretation

Advice

1 Blacks scored significantly lower than Caucasians, Middle Easterners, and Other ethnicity

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ORSKIT (Organization Skills Profile)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool
99 Skills development

No. of questions: 52

Purpose: : ORSKIT will assess how well

Question type: Situational, self-report

developed a persons organization skills

Estimated completion time: 15 minutes

are in terms of time management, neat-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

ness, self-motivation, cognitive organiza-

Recommended age level: 18+

tion and organization strategies.

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age)
5 ORSKIT SCALES:
Cognitive Organization

Validation Information:

Sample Size: 619

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

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Strategies
Neatness

Features

Time Management

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 10 industries)

Self-motivation

Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 5 scales:

Cognitive Organization: Ability to understand others and express ones thoughts clearly.

Strategies: Assesses whether a person uses strategies or techniques in order to stay organized.

Neatness: Assesses ability to maintain a tidy environment.

Time Management: Ability to use time efficiently in order to complete tasks and accomplish goals.

Self-motivation: Assesses ability to create incentive from within, to stick to a task and
accomplish goals.

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RESALE (Retail Sales Evaluation)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool
99 Skills development

No. of questions: 119

Purpose: RESALE - R assesses wheth-

Question type: Situational, self-report

er the personality traits and abilities a

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

person possesses match those required

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

to be a successful retail salesperson.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards EEOC standards (gender, age)

16 RESALE SCALES:
Positive Attitude Toward

Validation Information:

Sample Size: 888

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.96

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Teamwork
Comfort with Routine
Comfort with Authority
Drive to Succeed
Comfort with Pressure Sales
Tactics
Integrity

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and
Retail workers)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Communication Skills
Salemanship
Agreeableness
Conflict Resolution
Time Management
Neatness
Meticulousness

Report Includes:
Summary

Impression Management

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Stress Management
Self-Control

Factors and Scales:

Assertiveness with Clients

Overall Score plus 4 factors, divided into 16 scales:

Work Attitudes: Evaluates work approach and ability to comport oneself in an appropriate fashion.

Interpersonal Skills: Evaluates effectiveness and appropriateness of a persons people skills.

Organizational Skills: Evaluates skills necessary to maintain a neat work environment and manage
time efficiently.

Psychological Strength: Assesses the ability to stay mentally tough and composed in the
face of difficulties.

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RiskTA (Risk-taking Assessment)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool

No. of questions: 54

Purpose: RiskTA is designed to deter-

Question type: Self-report, situational

mine a persons level of comfort with

Estimated completion time: 20 minutes

risk-taking, and how it could affect his or

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

her career.

99 Accident prevention programs

Recommended age level: 18+

99 Employee management

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

6 RISKTA SCALES:
Sensation-seeking
Harm-avoidance
Conscientiousness

age, disability)

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 7459

Cronbachs Alpha range: 0.89

Locus of Control

Features

Comfort with Ambiguity

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 24 industries)

Reward Orientation

Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary with Risk-taking Style

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 6 scales:

Sensation-seeking: Assesses the degree to which a person has a desire for novel and
exciting experiences.

Harm-avoidance: Extent to which a person steers clear of negative/harmful consequences.

Conscientiousness: Assesses the degree to which a person is rule-abiding, careful, responsible,


and less likely to take unwise and dangerous risks.

Locus of Control: Assesses the degree to which a person believes he or she has control over what
happens in his/her life.

Comfort with Ambiguity: Assesses the degree to which a person is comfortable dealing with the
uncertainty involved in risk-taking.

Reward Orientation: Extent to which a person is more likely to take risks if there is a potential
for payoff.

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SCRT (Sensitivity to Criticism Test)


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool
99 Professional and personal
development

No. of questions: 60

Purpose: SCRT will assess whether

Question type: Situational, self-report

an individual becomes defensive in

Estimated completion time: 20 minutes

response to constructive feedback.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

6 SCRT SCALES:

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age, disability, ethnicity)


Validation Information:

External Cognitive Reactions

Sample Size: 3664

Internal Cognitive Reactions

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

Other-Directed Emotional
Reactions
Internally-Directed Emotional
Reactions
Overt Behavioral Reactions
Covert Behavioral Reactions

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and
21 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 6 scales:

External Cognitive Reactions: Personal thoughts directed toward the critic and critique.

Internal Cognitive Reactions: Personal thoughts directed toward self.

Other-Directed Emotional Reactions: Feelings directed toward the critic and the critique.

Internally-Directed Emotional Reactions: Feelings directed toward self.

Overt Behavioral Reactions: Outright reactions directed toward the critic during and after
criticism delivery.

Covert Behavioral Reactions: Indirect reactions toward critic and criticism after feedback
is delivered.

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SEA (Self-Esteem Assessment) - 2nd Revision


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Personal development
99 Therapy and counseling

No. of questions: 79

Purpose: SEA is designed to evaluate

Question type: Self-report

an individuals general level of self-

Estimated completion time: 20 minutes

esteem and assesses whether his or

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

her self-image could use some improve-

Recommended age level: 18+

ment.

Qualification Level: Class A


8 SEA SCALES:
Feelings of Inadequacy
Sense of Self-worth
Need for Approval

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (N/A)


Validation Information:

Sample Size: 12,920

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.96

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Unrealistic Self-Expectations

Features

Sense of Social Acceptance

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 29 industries)

Narcissism

Group Comparisons: Available

Defensiveness
Self-Deception

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 8 scales:

Feelings of Inadequacy: Tendency to doubt oneself and/or ones capabilities.

Sense of Self-worth: Assesses whether a person values himself/herself and believes he/she
deserves appreciation and respect.

Need for Approval: Assesses whether a person has the tendency to require and seek out approval
from others.

Unrealistic Self-Expectations: Assesses whether a person has the tendency to set high and
impractical expectations.

Sense of Social Acceptance: Assesses whether a person feels a sense of belonging within his/her
social network.

Narcissism: Assesses whether a person exhibits a sense of superiority as well as an excessive


need for admiration.

Defensiveness: Assesses whether a person has the tendency to get upset or angry when personal
faults are exposed or criticized.

Self-Deception: Assesses whether a person has the tendency to hold positively-biased truths about
himself/herself.

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SGCT (Security Guard Career Test) - Revised


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool
99 Skills development

No. of questions: 61

Purpose: SGCT assesses whether the

Question type: Situational, self-report

personality traits and abilities a person

Estimated completion time: 15 minutes

possesses match those required to suc-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

ceed in a career in security.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

7 SGCT SCALES:

age, disability)

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Validation Information:
Self-Control

Sample Size: 1419

Integrity

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.91

Authoritativeness
Alertness
Comfort with Risk-taking
Calculated Risk-taking
Ability to assess situations

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and
Security Guards)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 7 scales:

Self-Control: Ability to monitor and regulate behavior.

Integrity: Assesses whether a person is likely to behave in an honest and honorable manner.

Authoritativeness: Ability to take charge firmly and effectively.

Alertness: Assesses whether a person is observant and attentive.

Comfort with Risk-taking: Assesses extent to which an individual is comfortable with risk-taking.

Calculated Risk-taking: Assesses the extent to which an individual would be a calculated versus
reckless risk-taker.

Ability to assess situations: Ability to evaluate a situation in order to determine the most appropriate action.

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SIQT (Spatial IQ Test) 2nd Revision


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Skill development

No. of questions: 10

Purpose: SIQT assesses a persons

Question type: Image-based

ability to mentally manipulate 3D objects.

Estimated completion time: 30 minutes


Shorter versions of assessment: N/A
Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards
(gender, age, disability)

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 51,379

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.46

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 35 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Introduction

IQ score, percentile score, and graph

Detailed narrative interpretation

Advice

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SLPro (Success Likelihood Profile) 2nd Revision


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool
99 Professional and personal
development

No. of questions: 44

Purpose: SLPro will assess whether

Question type: Self-report

there are any potential psychological

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes

obstacles that could limit an individuals

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

likelihood for success.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

6 SLPRO SCALES:
Fear of Success/Success
Avoidance
Fear of social consequences
of success

age, disability)

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1045

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.92

Features

Fear of Failure

Benchmarks: Available (general population and Computer

Drive/Ambition

Science industry)

Self-esteem

Interview Questions: Available

Sense of control over success

Group Comparisons: Available

potential

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 6 scales:

Fear of Success/Success Avoidance: Assesses whether a person has the tendency to walk away
from opportunity, and the degree to which he/she fears the potential repercussions of success.

Fear of social consequences of success: Assesses whether a person fears other peoples potential reactions to his/her success.

Fear of Failure: Assesses attitude towards failure and the degree to which a person fears the potential consequences of it.

Drive/Ambition: Assesses whether a person sets goals for himself/herself and has the determination
and willingness to achieve success.

Self-esteem: Assesses whether a person believes in himself/herself an in his/her abilities.

Sense of control over success potential: Assesses whether a person attributes success to internal
or external forces.

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SMAPAP (Store Manager Aptitude Personality


& Attitude Profile)
APPLICATION:

Vitals
No. of questions: 127

Purpose: SMAPAP will assess whether

99 Pre-employment

Question type: Situational, self-report, knowledge/skill

a person has the unique blend of skills

99 Training tool

testing, logic

and traits needed to succeed as a store

99 Leadership development

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

manager.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
14 SMAPAP SCALES:

Qualification Level: Class A

Adherence to Rules

age, disability)

Approachability

Validation Information:

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

Communication

Sample Size: 1250

Conscientiousness

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.95

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Cultural Sensitivity
Goal Orientation
Go-Getting
Innovation
Leading
Logical Thinking
Organizing
Salesmanship

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and Store Managers)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Self-efficacy

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Staffing

Introduction

Store Manager Personality Type

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 14 scales, including:

Adherence to Rules: Extent to which a person is willing to adhere to the rules and regulations of
the organization.

Approachability: Determines whether the demeanor a person displays is one that is inviting and
friendly, or intimidating and standoffish.

Communication: Ability to read social cues, communicate clearly with others, and listen actively
rather than passively.

Conscientiousness: Measures level of organization, reliability, meticulousness, and discipline.

Cultural Sensitivity: Assesses understanding and handling of issues concerning cultural sensitivity.

Goal Orientation: Measures level of motivation and focus.

Go-Getting: Measures level of motivation and focus.

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SPPP (Salesperson Personality Profile) - 4th Revision


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool

No. of questions: 180

Purpose: SPPP is designed to assess

Question type: Situational, self-report, memory,

aspects of a persons personality and

skill testing, image based

skills that could help him or her land a

Estimated completion time: 50 minutes

successful career in sales.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+

36 SPPP SCALES:
Comfort with Public Speaking
Comfort with Risk-taking
Comfort with Decision-making
Comfort with Criticism/
Rejection
Confidence
Adaptability

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,
age, ethnicity)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1247

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.96

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Features

Assertiveness

Benchmarks: Available (general population and Salespeople)

Communication Skills

Interview Questions: Available

Persuasiveness

Group Comparisons: Available

Networking Skills
Goal Orientation
Initiative
Energy
Research Skills
Problem-Solving Skills
Competitiveness
Emotional Intelligence
Sales Technique Knowledge
Neatness
Time Management Skills

Report Includes:

Summary

Sales Approach Personality Type

Introduction

Sales Presentation Personality Type

Graphs

Impression Management

Detailed narrative interpretation

Advice

Strengths and Limitations

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 5 factors and 36 scales:

Meticulousness

Self-efficacy: Assesses whether a person believes he or she has what it takes to succeed.

Listening Skills

Sales Aptitude: Assesses key traits and skills that could improve a persons chances for success in

Integrity
Emotional Control
Helpfulness
Memory for Names
Memory for Physical Details
Memory for Personal Details

the sales field.

Conscientiousness: Assesses whether a person is organized, efficient, and detail oriented.

Cooperativeness: Assesses whether a person has an amiable disposition.

Memory Skills: Ability to memorize and recall information, including names, physical details, and
personal details.

Canned Presentation Style


vs. Free-flowing Presentation
Style
Consultative Selling
Relationship Building
Resolving Objectives
Negotiating
Questioning Skills
Positioning
Getting Referrals

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SPSA (Social Personality & Skills Assessment) - Revised


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Personal & professional
development

No. of questions: 75

dering his or her interactions with others.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A

99 Leadership development

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

99 Sales and customer

age, ethnicity)

7 SPSA SCALES:

persons social skills are helping or hin-

Estimated completion time: 25 minutes

99 Team building

service training

Purpose: SPSA will assess whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 9041

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

Communication Skills

Features

Body Language

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 32 industries)

Conflict Resolution Skills

Interview Questions: Available

Relationship Skills

Group Comparisons: Available

Social Insight
Social Behavior
Social Comfort

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 7 scales:

Communication Skills: Ability to converse with others in a clear and concise manner.

Body Language: Assesses whether a persons body language hinders or helps during interactions
with others.

Conflict Resolution Skills: Ability to resolve conflict effectively and appropriately.

Relationship Skills: Assesses whether a person possesses the knowledge of what it takes to maintain positive relationships with others.

Social Insight: Assesses whether a person picks up on social cues and interacts with others in a
sensitive manner.

Social Behavior: Assesses whether a person conducts himself/herself in social situations in a


mature and professional manner.

Social Comfort: Assesses a persons level of comfort in social situations.

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TIME (Time Management Evaluation) - Revised


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool

No. of questions: 31

Purpose: TIME will assess whether an

Question type: Self-report

individual employs effective time man-

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes

agement strategies and habits, and how

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

his or her approach may be helping or

Recommended age level: 18+

hindering his or her work performance.

Qualification Level: Class A


36 SPPP SCALES:
Efficiency
Diligence
Organization

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


age, disability)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 681

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.91

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 26 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Strengths and Limitations

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 3 scales:

Efficiency: Assesses whether a person is able to use time productively, and whether he/she has a
tendency to employ time-saving techniques.

Diligence: Assesses whether a person perseveres in the face of distraction, or whether he/she has
a tendency to procrastinate.

Organization: Assesses whether a person is able to maintain an orderly work environment and
tends to approach tasks in a systematic manner.

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TIOT (Team vs. Individual Orientation Test) - 2nd Revision


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training tool
99 Team building

No. of questions: 86

Purpose: TIOT will assess a persons

Question type: Situational, self-report

work orientation, along with some pos-

Estimated completion time: 25 minutes

sible reasons why he or she leans

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

towards this preference.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A

15 TIOT SCALES:
Interpersonal Discomfort
Feeling Inferior
Fear of Accountability
Unwillingness to depend on
others

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


age, disability)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 18,868

Cronbachs Alpha : 0.95

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Features

Issues with consulting others

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 35 industries)

Fear of Criticism

Interview Questions: Available

Having to adjust for the group

Group Comparisons: Available

Loss of Control
Concern about being held
back
Not getting due credit
Unfair Workload
Meeting the need to communicate
Issues with listening to team
members
Fear of speaking up in front
of group
Worry about unclear roles

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

List of major and minor teamwork concerns

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 5 factors, divided into 15 scales:

Self-Confidence: Assesses teamwork concerns related to a lack of self-confidence.

Peer Confidence: Assesses concerns about having to trust and depend on teammates.

Need to Compromise: Assesses concerns about having to compromise personal goals and work
style, or sacrifice individual credit when working in a group.

Unfairness: Assesses concerns about unfairness during group work.

Communication Issues: Assesses concerns about having to interact with others.

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TMAT (Telemarketing Agent Test)


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APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Professional development
99 Sales training

No. of questions: 177

Purpose: TMAT assesses whether a

Question type: Self-assessment, situational, verbal exercises

person possesses the personality, atti-

Estimated completion time: 50 minutes

tude, and skills needed to succeed in the

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

telemarketing branch of sales.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A

25 TMAT SCALES:
Listening Skills
Friendliness/Pleasantness
Social Insight
Helpfulness

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


age, disability)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 315

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.96

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Social Skills

Features

Communication Skills

Benchmarks: Available (general population, Telemarketers, Salespeople)

Assertiveness

Interview Questions: Available

Conflict Resolution Skills

Group Comparisons: Available

Patience

360 Version: Available

Performance under pressure


Thick-skinned
Perseverance
Time Management
Organization Skills
Meticulousness
Independence
Verbal/Reading
Comprehension Skills
Quick Thinking

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Advice

Graphs

Impression Management

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 6 factors, divided into 25 scales:

People Skills: Overall ability to deal effectively and appropriately with others.

Mental/Emotional Toughness: Ability to cope with the challenges encountered in this field.

Efficiency: Involves traits/skills that help a person complete work tasks competently.

Persuasiveness/Negotiation

Cognitive Skills: Assesses intelligence-related skills that can be an asset in telemarketing.

Presentation Skills

Resourcefulness: Refers to traits/skills that can make easing into a telemarketing position

Problem-solving
Computer Savvy
Trainability

Countering Objections

smoother.

Closing a Sale

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VaPro (Values Profile) 4th Revision


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Personal and professional
development
99 Motivational tool

No. of questions: 184

Purpose: VaPro will determine the per-

Question type: Situational, self-report

sonal and work values that matter most

Estimated completion time: 50 minutes

to an individual.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A ; EEOC standards (disability)
Validation Information:

31 VAPRO SCALES:

Sample Size: 2163

Cronbachs Alpha range: 0.87 to 0.92

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Family & Friends


Community Values

Features

Altruism

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 15 industries)

Socializing
Acceptance/Belonging
Empathy
Appreciation of different art
forms

Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Appreciation of Beauty

Summary

Top core, personal, and work values

Intellectual Creativity

Introduction

List of Dominant and Minor Values

Artistic Creativity

Graphs

Advice

Free-thinker

Detailed narrative interpretation

Scientific Exploration
Knowledge
Intellectualism
Innovation

Factors and Scales:


6 factors, divided into 34 scales:

Ethics/Morals

Aesthetic Values: Importance of creativity, beauty, form, and balance.

Religion/Spirituality

Political Values: Importance of success and having an impact on the world

Conventionality

Realistic Values: Importance of productivity, hard work, and stability.

Stability

Social Values: Importance of developing and nurturing relationships, and connecting to fellow

Compliance
Hard work/Diligence
Handiness
Financial Security
Pragmatism

human beings.

Theoretical Values: Importance of logical thought and the pursuit of knowledge.

Traditional Values: Importance of integrity and living according to an established belief system,
whether religious, philosophical, or ethical.

Entitlement
Power
Career Life
Competitiveness
Recognition
Self-interest
Pride

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VoSPA - R (Vocational Style & Personality Assessment) Revised


APPLICATION:
99 Career guidance
99 Professional development

31 VOSPA SCALES:
INTERESTS
Artistic
Conventional
Enterprising
Investigative
Realistic
Social
INTELLIGENCE TYPES
Bodily-Kinesthetic
Existential
Interpersonal
Intrapersonal

Vitals
No. of questions: 260

Purpose: VoSPA is designed to assess

Question type: Self-assessment, situational

a persons interests, values, and prefer-

Estimated completion time: 120 minutes

ences surrounding his or her career. It

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

will provide information about what moti-

Recommended age level: 18+

vates and interests a person, and offers

Qualification Level: Class A

career suggestions that best suit his or

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (disability)

her profile.

Validation Information:

Sample Size: 5664

Cronbachs Alpha range : 0.54 to 0.98

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 25 industries)

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Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Linguistic

Introduction

Logical

Graphs

Musical

Detailed narrative interpretation

Naturalistic

Career matches

Spatiial
WORK ORIENTATIONS
The Entrepreneur
The Generalist vs. Specialist

Factors and Scales:


5 factors divided into 31 scales:

Career Interests: This encompasses the type of tasks a person would enjoy doing on a daily basis
the general theme of a typical work day. These interests are known as the Holland Codes.

WORK STYLES
The Achiever
The Adaptor
The Initiator
The Innovator
The Leader
The Master of Details
The Steadfast Worker
The Stoic Rock

Intelligence Types: Based on Howard Gardners theory of multiple intelligences. Assesses areas of
intelligence in which a person excels.

Work Orientation: The basis of a persons job preferences. Provides a general overview of the type
of career path that best suits a persons preferences and strengths.

Work Styles: Characterizes the type of employee a person would be what drives him or her, and
the type of assets he/she would bring to a company.

Work Values: Assesses what is important for a person to achieve in his/her career, and the type of
characteristics he/she might look for in a company. the type of assets he/she would bring to
a company.

WORK VALUES
Achievement
Altruism
Independence
Recognition
Teamwork

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VoSPA - St (Vocational Style & Personality Assessment


For Students) - Revised
APPLICATION:
99 Career guidance
99 Professional development

31 VOSPA SCALES:
INTERESTS
Artistic
Conventional
Enterprising
Investigative
Realistic
Social
INTELLIGENCE TYPES
Bodily-Kinesthetic
Existential
Interpersonal
Intrapersonal

Vitals
No. of questions: 259

Purpose: VoSPA-St assesses a stu-

Question type: Self-assessment, situational

dents interests, values, and preferences

Estimated completion time: 120 minutes

surrounding his or her potential career.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

It will provide information about what

Recommended age level: 18+

motivates and interests the student, and

Qualification Level: Class A

offers career suggestions that best suit

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (disability)

his or her profile.

Validation Information:

Sample Size: 5664

Cronbachs Alpha range : 0.54 to 0.98

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 25 industries)

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Interview Questions: Available


Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Linguistic

Introduction

Logical

Graphs

Musical

Detailed narrative interpretation

Naturalistic

Career matches

Spatiial
WORK ORIENTATIONS
The Entrepreneur
The Generalist vs. Specialist

Factors and Scales:


5 factors divided into 31 scales:

Career Interests: This encompasses the type of tasks a person would enjoy doing on a daily basis
the general theme of a typical work day. These interests are known as the Holland Codes.

WORK STYLES

The Achiever
The Adaptor
The Initiator
The Innovator
The Leader
The Master of Details
The Steadfast Worker
The Stoic Rock

Intelligence Types: Based on Howard Gardners theory of multiple intelligences. Assesses areas of
intelligence in which a person excels.

Work Orientation: The basis of a persons job preferences. Provides a general overview of the type
of career path that best suits a persons preferences and strengths.

Work Styles: Characterizes the type of employee a person would be what drives him or her, and
the type of assets he/she would bring to a company.

Work Values: Assesses what is important for a person to achieve in his/her career, and the type of
characteristics he/she might look for in a company. the type of assets he/she would bring to
a company.

WORK VALUES
Achievement
Altruism
Independence
Recognition
Teamwork

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WALA (Work Accident Likelihood Assessment) - Revised


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Training toolPrograms

No. of questions: 72

Purpose: WALA assesses whether

Question type: Situational, self-report

a persons personality, attitudes, and

Estimated completion time: 20 minutes

behaviors might make him or her more

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

prone to accidents at work.

99 Accident prevention programs

Recommended age level: 18+

99 Team assignment

Qualification Level: Class A

99 Employee management

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age)


Validation Information:

Sample Size: 4945

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.91

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6 WALA SCALES:
Sensation-seeking
Harm-avoidance
Conscientiousness
Positive Attitude Towards
Safety
Attentiveness
Responsibility

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 36 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Areas of concern

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 6 scales:

Sensation-seeking: Assesses the degree to which a person has a desire for novel and exciting
experiences.

Harm-avoidance: Extent to which a person steers clear of negative/harmful consequences.


Conscientiousness: Assesses the degree to which a person is rule-abiding, careful, responsible,
and less likely to take unwise and dangerous risks.

Positive Attitude Towards Safety: Assesses a persons attitude toward rules set in place for safety
purposes, and whether he/she has a punitive attitude towards people who break these rules.

Attentiveness: Assesses how well and for how long a person is able to concentrate on taxing mental tasks.

Responsibility: Assesses whether a person takes responsibility for his/her actions, or has a tendency to blame other people/circumstances.

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WINT (Work Integrity Test) - Revised


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment

No. of questions: 59

Purpose: WINT is intended to provide

Question type: Situational, self-report

supplemental information on a persons

Estimated completion time: 35 minutes

potential for dishonest behavior in the

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

work environment.

Recommended age level: 18+


4 WINT SCALES:
Lenient Attitude Towards
Dishonest Behavior
Perceived Frequency of
Dishonest Behavior
Rationalizing of Dishonest
Behavior
Self-reported Dishonesty

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age)
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1672

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.92

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 36 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Areas of concern

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 4 scales:

Lenient Attitude Towards Dishonest Behavior: Examines the extent to which a person feels that
dishonest behaviors are wrong, and how severely he/she thinks they should be punished.

Perceived Frequency of Dishonest Behavior: Assesses a persons perception of how often others
engage in dishonest behaviors.

Rationalizing of Dishonest Behavior: Assesses whether a person tends to make excuses for dishonest behavior or thinks that under certain circumstances, such behavior is acceptable.

Self-reported Dishonesty: Assesses self-reported past behavior, and how a person thinks he/she
would react to various situations where there is a temptation to act in a dishonest manner.

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WWAT (Warehouse Worker Aptitude Test)


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Pre-employment
99 Professional Development

No. of questions: 76

Purpose: WWAT assesses whether a

Question type: Self-assesment, situational, multiple choise

person possesses the right skills and

Estimated completion time: 30-45 minutes

personality for a warehouse position.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A; EEOC standards (gender, age,
ethnicity)
Compliance: APA standards

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Validation Information:
12 WALA SCALES:

Sample Size: 446

Cronbanchs Alpha:0.93

Concentration

Features

Accident Proneness

Benchmarks: Available (general population, warehouse work-

Compliance with Rules


Comfort with Routine
Efficiency
Attention to Detail

ers)
Group Compatisions: Available

Report Includes:

Work Ethic

Summary

Impression Management

Team-oriented

Introduction

Advice

Manageability

Graphs

Comfort with Physical Exertion *

Detailed narrative interpretation

Ability to Adjust to Job


Environment *
Specialized Skills *
* Added for informational purposes only. They do not contribute to
the overall score.

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 12 scales:

Concentration: Ability to mantain focus on a task.

Accident Proneness: Assesses whether a persons attitude toward safety could increase their
chances of causing accidents.

Compliance with Rules: Assesses a persons likelihood of abiding by organization rules.

Comfort with Routine: Assesses a persons ability to cope with routine.

Efficiency: Assesses a persons ability to work productively and in a timely fashion.

Attention to Detail: Ability to conscientiously attend to details of a task.

Work Ethic: Dedication to working hard, diligently, and with integrity.

Team-oriented: Willingness and ability to work well others.

Manageability: Assesses whether a persons disposition and attitude are likely to be conducive to a
warehouse managerial structure.

Comfort with physical exertion: Capacity for physical labor.

Ability to adjust to job environment: Assesses a persons ability to deal with the environmental
conditions of a warehouse.

Specialized Skills: Assesses whether a person possesses expertise that can be an asset in a warehouse position.

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AMQ (Anger Management Questionnaire) - 2nd Revision


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Personal development
99 Employee Assistance
Programs

No. of questions: 42

Purpose: AMQ assesses how a person

Question type: Situational

deals with anger-inducing situations of

Estimated completion time: 20 minutes

various intensity and significance.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A

4 AMQ SCALES:

Compliance: APA standards

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Validation Information:

Angry Emotions

Sample Size: 752

Angry Behavior

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.91

Dwelling
Doggedness

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Introduction

Graphs

Detailed narrative interpretation

Strengths and Limitations

A description of the dominant Anger Style(s) a person uses in


various situations of emotional intensity, and situations with
both short-term and long-term consequences.

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 4 scales:

Angry Emotions: Extent to which a person experiences feelings of anger.

Angry Behavior: Assesses whether a person has the tendency to express anger overtly.

Dwelling: Assesses how long it takes a person to get over an anger-inducing situation.

Doggedness: Tendency to deal with conflict in a relentless manner; unwillingness to let


bygones be bygones.

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AnxSyS (Anxiety Symptom Screener) -2nd Revision


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Therapy and Counseling

No. of questions: 42

Purpose: AnxSyS is designed to deter-

Question type: Self-report

mine whether a person presently has,

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes

or is at risk for developing an anxiety

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

disorder.

Recommended age level: 18+


5 ANXSYS SCALES:
Generalized Anxiety
Physiological Symptoms
Mood Instability
Existential Anxiety
Ruminations

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 7730

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population, people diagnosed with anxiety)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Areas of concern

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 5 scales:

Generalized Anxiety: A state of continuous apprehension and anticipation of something horrible,


characterized by excessive anxiety and unrealistic worry.

Physiological Symptoms: Somatic manifestations of anxiety such as fatigue, tension, digestive


problems, palpitations or pounding heart, sweating, etc.

Mood Instability: Level of mood instability (mental agitation and psychological distress).

Existential Anxiety: Anxiety state related to personal mortality, self-acceptance, guilt,


and meaninglessness.

Ruminations: Recurrent thoughts that are distressing and disturbing.

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BSS - NSF (Burnout Symptom Screener - For NonService Fields) - 2nd Revision
APPLICATION:
99 Employee Assistance
Programs
99 Screening for therapists

Vitals
No. of questions: 45

Purpose: BSS-NSF will assess whether

Question type: Self-assessment

a person is at risk of developing burnout.

Estimated completion time: 20 - 30 minutes

This test is designed for people in indus-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

tries other than service.

Recommended age level: 18+


5 BSS - NSF SCALES:
General Exhaustion
Emotional Exhaustion
Coping Skills
Job Control
Job Satisfaction

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 8386

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.95

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REPORT

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population, 22 industries)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Areas of concern

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Burnout Score plus 5 scales:

General Exhaustion: Overall energy level and sense of fatigue.

Emotional Exhaustion: Feeling drained by ones work; of being stretched beyond ones limit.

Coping Skills: Overall ability to deal with stress.

Job Control: Perceived sense of control over various aspects of work.

Job Satisfaction: Level of passion for ones work and whether one feels a sense of accomplishment.

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BSS - SF (Burnout Symptom Screener - For Service


Fields) - 2nd Revision
APPLICATION:
99 Employee Assistance
Programs
99 Screening for therapists

Vitals
No. of questions: 42

Purpose: BSS-SF will assess whether a

Question type: Self-assessment

person working in the service industry is

Estimated completion time: 20 - 30 minutes

at risk of developing burnout.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+

6 BSS - SF SCALES:
Being Overwhelmed
Detachment
Job Fulfillment
Energy
Fatigue
Physical Symptoms

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 8967

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population, 24 industries)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Introduction

Areas of concern

Graphs

Advice

Factors and Scales:


Overall Burnout Score plus 6 scales:

Being Overwhelmed: Perception that workload is too demanding.

Detachment: Degree of job involvement.

Job Fulfillment: Sense of accomplishment felt at work.

Energy: Degree of passion felt at work.

Fatigue: Level of emotional exhaustion.

Physical Symptoms: Extent to which you exhibit physical symptoms of stress.

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DepSyS (Depression Symptom Screener) - Revised


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Therapy and Counseling

17 DEPSYS SCALES:

No. of questions: 101

Purpose: DepSyS is designed to deter-

Question type: Self-report

mine whether a person presently has,

Estimated completion time: 20 minutes

or is at risk for developing a depressive

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

disorder. It also evaluates whether his

Recommended age level: 18+

or her mindset makes him or her more

Qualification Level: Class A

prone to depression.

Compliance: APA standards


Depressed Mood

Validation Information: 31,442

Loss of Interest

Sample Size:

Appetite/Weight Changes

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.97

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Sleep Disturbance
Psychomotor Symptoms

Features

Loss of Energy

Benchmarks: (Population with a Depression diagnosis and

Guilt and Shame


Concentration Problems
Thoughts of Death or Suicide
Maladaptive Perfectionism
Rumination

those without)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Cognitive Variables

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Internal Attribution of Failure

Introduction

Strengths vs. Areas of concern

Attentional Bias

Graphs

Advice

Catastrophic Thinking Patterns


Fear of Other-oriented
Criticism
Rigid Mindset

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 2 factors, divided into 17 scales:

Depressive Symptoms: Assesses whether a person has depressive symptoms as per


DSM IV criteria.

Depressive Mindset: Assesses whether a persons thinking style, attitudes or personality


make him or her vulnerable to depression.

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EMEBA (Emotional Eating Behavior Assessment)


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Therapy and Counseling

23 EMEBA SCALES:
Emotional Eating Triggers
Health Locus of Control
Self-discipline
Reward Dependence
Sense of Self-efficacy
Depression
Anxiety
Resilience
Anger Control
Tolerance for Frustration
Coping Skills

No. of questions: 149

Purpose: : EMEBA is designed to

Question type: Self-report

assess a persons tendency to eat for

Estimated completion time: 25 minutes

reasons other than hunger. It will evalu-

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

ate the underlying reasons for over-

Recommended age level: 18+

eating.

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards
Validation Information:

Sample Size: 5743

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.96

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REPORT

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population; overweight and
healthy weight population)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Problem Solving

Summary

Detailed narrative interpretation

Information Seeking

Introduction

Strengths vs. Areas of concern

Negotiation Skills

Graphs

Advice

Support Seeking
Positive Cognitive
Restructuring
Emotional Regulation
Distraction
Rumination
Avoidance

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 23 scales, including:

Emotional Eating Triggers: Circumstances/Emotions that could potentially result in


emotional eating.

Health Locus of Control: Assesses whether a person believes his/her level of health is under his/
her personal control.

Helplessness
Opposition

Self-discipline: Refers to the training and control of oneself and ones conduct.

Social Withdrawal

Reward Dependence: Assesses whether a person uses extrinsic, tangible rewards rather than
intrinsic rewards as a source of motivation.

Sense of Self-efficacy: Assesses whether a person believes in himself/herself and his/her abilities.

Depression: Assesses whether a person exhibits symptoms of depression.

Anxiety: Assesses whether a person exhibits symptoms of anxiety.

Resilience: Ability to deal effectively with hardship and to strive forward in spite of difficulties.

Anger Control: Ability to regulate and control anger.

Tolerance for Frustration: Ability to endure frustrating circumstances and delay gratification.

Coping Skills: Ability to effectively deal with stress.

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MEIQ Ab (Multi-dimensional Emotional Intelligence


Quotient - Abridged, 7th Revision)
APPLICATION:
99 Personal development
99 Counseling tool

25 MEIQ-AB SCALES:
Adaptable Social Skills
Assertiveness
Awareness of Strengths and
Limitations

Vitals
No. of questions: 156

Purpose: The condensed version of

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

MEIQ Ab evaluates the numerous

Estimated completion time: 55 minutes

aspects that make up emotional intelli-

Longer versions of assessment: Yes

gence, defined as the ability to deal with

Recommended age level: 18+

ones own and other peoples

Qualification Level: Class A

emotions. This can be used as a valu-

Compliance: APA standards

able tool in therapy.

Validation Information:

Sample Size: 34,867

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.94

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Comfort with Emotions

Features

Conflict Management

Benchmarks: Available (general population and 25 industries)

Knowledge

Interview Questions: Available

Conflict Resolution Behavior

Group Comparisons: Available

Contentment

360 Version: Available

Coping Skills
Emotional Integration
Emotional Reflection
Emotional Selectivity
Emotional Self-awareness
Empathy
Flexibility

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Impulse Control
Independence

Factors and Scales:

Positive Mindset

Overall Score plus 5 factors, divided into 25 scales:

Problem-Solving
Recognition of Others
Emotions
Resilience/Hardiness
Rumination
Self-Control

Emotional Identification, Perception, and Expression: Ability to characterize emotions in oneself


and in others.

Emotional Facilitation of Thought: Ability/Willingness to use feelings constructively; to let them


guide you.

Emotional Understanding: Ability to understand and analyze emotions, and solve


emotional problems.

Self-esteem
Self-Motivation

Emotional Management: Ability to take responsibility for ones emotions.

Social Insight

Ego Maturity: Attaining emotional growth and maturity.

Striving
Values Integrity

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MEIQ (Multi-dimensional Emotional Intelligence


Quotient - 7th Revision)
APPLICATION:
99 Personal development
99 Counseling tool

29 MEIQ SCALES:
Emotional Self-awareness
Awareness of Strengths and
Limitations
Comfort with Emotions
Recognition of Others
Emotions
Rumination
Problem-solving Skills
Values Integrity
Positive Mindset
Emotional Reflection
Empathy

Vitals
No. of questions: 234

Purpose: The full MEIQ version offers

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

detailed results on over 30 traits and

Estimated completion time: 75 minutes

skills that make up emotional intel-

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes

ligence. EIQ is defined as the ability to

Recommended age level: 18+

deal with ones own and other peoples

Qualification Level: Class A

emotions.

Compliance: APA standards


Validation Information:

Sample Size: 821

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.95

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Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 26 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available
360 Version: Available

Report Includes:

Social Insight

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Emotional Integration

Introduction

Impression Management

Conflict Resolution Knowledge

Graphs

Impulse Control

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Self-Control
Resilience/Hardiness
Coping Skills
Self-Motivation
Striving
Emotional Selectivity
Adaptable Social Skills
Conflict Resolution Behavior
Assertiveness
Self-esteem
Contentment
Independence
Goal Setting
Social Responsibility

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 5 factors, divided into 29 scales:

Emotional Identification, Perception, and Expression: Ability to characterize emotions in oneself


and in others.

Emotional Facilitation of Thought: Ability/Willingness to use feelings constructively; to let them


guide you.

Emotional Understanding: Ability to understand and analyze emotions, and solve


emotional problems.

Emotional Management: Ability to take responsibility for ones emotions.

Moderating Emotional Intelligence Factors: Factors that play a role in the way emotions are perceived, understood, expressed, and managed.

Flexibility

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SWLPS (Surgical Weight-Loss Psychological Screening) Revised


APPLICATION:

Vitals

99 Pre-screening for bariatric surgery

No. of questions: 177

Purpose: SWLPS is designed to assess

99 Therapy and Counseling

Question type: Situational, self-report

personality factors, coping mechanisms,

Estimated completion time: 35 minutes

and mental as well as physical health

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

issues to ensure appropriate pre and

Recommended age level: 18+

post-operative care for Bariatric Surgery.

47 SWLPS SCALES:
Sense of Control Over Health
Adherence History

Qualification Level: Class A

Self-discipline

Compliance: APA standards

Procrastination

Validation Information:

Reward Dependence
Proactive Attitude
Self-efficacy
Resilience

Sample Size: 2017

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.98

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Anger Control

Features

Tolerance for Frustration

Benchmarks: Available (general population, healthy

Emotional Eating
Problem-solving
Information-seeking
Negotiation
Support-seeking
Positive Cognitive Restructuring

weight, obese)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths vs. Areas of concern

Distraction

Introduction

Impression Management

Rumination

Graphs

Advice

Avoidance

Detailed narrative interpretation

Emotional Regulation

Helplessness
Opposition
Social Withdrawal
Depression Diagnosis
Anxiety Diagnosis

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 9 factors, divided into 47 scales:

Binge Eating Disorder

Compliance: Assesses a persons likelihood of adhering to medical and health advice and regime.

Suicidal Ideation

Self-motivation: Ability to motivate oneself; to find encouragement from within.

Emotional Strength: Assesses overall level of calmness and emotional stability.

Coping Skills: Assesses the type of coping techniques a person uses to deal with stress

Suicidal Planning
Suicidal Attempt
History of Depression

and tribulations.

History of Anxiety
History of Bipolar
History of OCD
Histrory of Other mental health
disorder

Current Mental Health Issues: Evaluates psychological health in terms of particular disorders.

Suicide Concern: Assesses whether a person is a potential suicide risk.

Mental Disorder History: Assesses whether a person has been diagnosed with a mental disorder
in the past 12 months.

History of Marijuana use


History of Hallucinogenic mushroom use
History of LSD use

Drug History: Assesses whether a person has taken prohibited chemicals in the past 12 months.

Substance Use History: Assesses whether a person has unhealthy addiction habits.

History of Ecstasy use


History of Hashish use
History of Cocaine use
History of Methamphetamine use
History of Heroin use
History of PCP use
History of Other drug use
Tobacco addiction

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TAPP (Type A Personality Profile)


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Personal development
99 Employee Assistance Programs

No. of questions: 73

Purpose: TAPP assesses whether

Question type: Self-assessment, situational, multiple

a person possesses the hallmark

choice

behavioral characteristics of the Type A

Estimated completion time: 20-30 minutes

Personality.

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A

9 TAPP SCALES:

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Compliance: APA standards


Validation Information:

Achievement Striving

Sample Size: 7615

Impatience/Irritability

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.95

Competitiveness
Drive
Perfectionism
Hostility
Time Urgency
Tough-mindedness
Reward Orientation

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population, industries, workaholics, heart disease issues)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Type A & B characteristics

Introduction

Advice

Graphs

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 2 subfactors, divided into 7 scales:

Achievement Striving: Assesses the manner in which a person strives to achieve his/her goals.

Impatience/Irritability: Assesses the manner in which a person comports himself/herself with


others.

Competitiveness: Tendency to compete even in non-competitive situations.

Drive: Tendency to exhibit an aggressive concern or longing for success.

Perfectionism: Tendency to be overly critical and/or demanding of self and/or others.

Hostility: Tendency to engage in conflict, opposition, and resistance in thought, principle or


action, and to display outbursts of frustration.

Time Urgency: State of being hurried and under pressure, as well as an inclination to be impatient.

Tough-mindedness: Tendency to be cold or unfeeling as well as rigid in thought and conduct; a


discomfort in expression of emotion.

Reward Orientation: Tendency to be motivated by external incentives.

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A.C.E (Athletic Competition Evaluation for 10 13 year olds)


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Personal development
99 Training tool
99 Team building

No. of questions: 113

Purpose: A.C.E. assesses whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

player needs to develop the essential

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

personality traits and characteristics that

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

are conducive to success in team sports.

Recommended age level: 10 to 13 year olds

This test is intended for 10-13 year olds.

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards
17 ACE SCALES:
Coachability

Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1345

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

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Work Ethic
Competitiveness

Features

Accountability

Benchmarks: Available (general population and

Team Player
Self-Control
Perseverance
Game Preparedness
Mental Strength

sports industry)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Focus

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Need for Stability

Introduction

Impression Management

Physical Toughness

Graphs

Advice

Peer Pressure

Detailed narrative interpretation

Parental Pressure
Competitive Anxiety
Self-Motivation
Perceived Control Over
Success

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 17 scales, including:

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is willing to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitivenes: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Team Player: Extent to which a player is supportive of his/her team.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a player actively gets ready for a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a players mindset and concentration skills.

Need for Stability Assesses the degree to which a player has difficulty dealing with changes and an
unpredictable play schedule.

Physical Toughness: Ability to withstand physically demanding tasks and training.

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A.C.E (Athletic Competition Evaluation for 14+ year olds)


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Personal development
99 Training tool
99 Team building

No. of questions: 130

Purpose: A.C.E. assesses whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

player needs to develop the essential

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

personality traits and characteristics that

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

are conducive to success in team sports.

Recommended age level: 14+

This test is intended for 14+ year olds.

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards
17 ACE SCALES:
Coachability

Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1345

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

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Work Ethic
Competitiveness

Features

Accountability

Benchmarks: Available (general population and

Team Player
Self-Control
Perseverance
Game Preparedness
Mental Strength

sports industry)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Focus

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Need for Stability

Introduction

Impression Management

Physical Toughness

Graphs

Advice

Peer Pressure

Detailed narrative interpretation

Parental Pressure
Competitive Anxiety
Self-Motivation
Perceived Control Over
Success

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 17 scales, including:

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is willing to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitivenes: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Team Player: Extent to which a player is supportive of his/her team.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a player actively gets ready for a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a players mindset and concentration skills.

Need for Stability Assesses the degree to which a player has difficulty dealing with changes and an
unpredictable play schedule.

Physical Toughness: Ability to withstand physically demanding tasks and training.

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ASE Individual (Athlete Success Evaluation


for adults) - Revised
APPLICATION:
99 Personal development
99 Training tool

Vitals
No. of questions: 85

Purpose: ASE assesses whether a

Question type: Self-report, situational

person has what it takes to be a mental

Estimated completion time: 30 minutes

competitor in individual sports.

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes


Recommended age level: 18+

12 ASE SCALES:

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards ; EEOC standards (gender,

Coachability

disability, ethnicity)

Work Ethic

Validation Information:

Competitiveness

Sample Size: 1345

Accountability

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

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Self-Control
Perseverance

Features

Game Preparedness

Benchmarks: Available (general population and sports industry)

Mental Strength
Focus
Accident Proneness
Need for Security
Physical Toughness

Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 12 scales, including:

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is willing
to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitivenes: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a player actively gets ready for a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a players mindset and concentration skills.

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ASE Team R (Athlete Success Evaluation


for adults) - Revised
APPLICATION:

Vitals
No. of questions: 101

Purpose: ASE assesses whether a per-

Question type: Self-report, situational

son possesses the mindset of an elite

99 Training tool

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

athlete. This test is intended for athletes

99 Team building

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes

in team sports.

99 Professional development

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
13 ASE SCALES:
Coachability
Work Ethic
Competitiveness
Accountability
Self-Control
Perseverance
Game Preparedness
Mental Strength
Focus
Accident Proneness
Need for Security
Physical Toughness
Team Spirit

Compliance: APA standards ; EEOC standards


(gender, age)

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Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1345

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and sports industry)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:
Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 13 scales, including:

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is
willing to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitivenes: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a person puts a conscientious effort into getting ready for
a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a persons mindset and concentration skills.

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BASE (Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation


for adults) - 2nd Revision
APPLICATION:

Vitals
No. of questions: 105

Purpose: BASE assesses whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report

person possesses the mindset of an elite

99 Training tool

Estimated completion time: 25 minutes

baseball player.

99 Team building

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes

99 Professional development

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
13 ASE SCALES:
Coachability
Work Ethic
Competitiveness
Accountability
Self-Control
Perseverance
Game Preparedness
Mental Strength
Focus

VIEW SAMPLE
REPORT

Compliance: APA standards


Validation Information:

Sample Size: 1345

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and sports industry)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Accident Proneness

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Need for Security

Introduction

Advice

Physical Toughness

Graphs

Impression Management

Team Spirit

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 13 scales, including:

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which a person behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is willing to
work hard, and play by the rules.

Competitiveness: Degree to which a person strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to take responsibility for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Degree to which a person is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a person puts a conscientious effort into getting ready
for a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a persons mindset and concentration skills.

Accident Proneness Assesses whether a person engages in behaviors that could put himself/herself or others at risk.

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BASE (Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation


for 10 13 year olds)
Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Professional development
99 Training tool
99 Team building

No. of questions: 113

Purpose: BASE assesses whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing

player possesses the personality traits

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

and characteristics needed to succeed

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

in the sport of baseball. This test is

Recommended age level: 10 to 13 year olds

intended for 10-13 year olds.

Qualification Level: Class A


17 BASE SCALES:

Compliance: APA standards


Validation Information:

Coachability

Sample Size: 1345

Work Ethic

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

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Competitiveness
Accountability

Features

Team Player

Benchmarks: Available (general population and sports industry)

Self-Control
Perseverance
Game Preparedness
Mental Strength

Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Focus

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Need for Stability

Introduction

Impression Management

Physical Toughness

Graphs

Advice

Peer Pressure

Detailed narrative interpretation

Parental Pressure
Competitive Anxiety

Factors and Scales:

Self-Motivation

Overall Score plus 17 scales, including:

Perceived Control Over


Success

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is willing to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitiveness: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Team Player: Extent to which a player is supportive of his/her team.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a player actively gets ready for a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a players mindset and concentration skills.

Need for Stability: Assesses the degree to which a player has difficulty dealing with changes and
an unpredictable play schedule.

Physical Toughness: Ability to withstand physically demanding tasks and training.

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BASE (Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation


for 14+ year olds)
Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Professional development
99 Training tool
99 Team building

No. of questions: 113

Purpose: BASE assesses whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report

player possesses the personality traits

Estimated completion time: 40 minutes

and characteristics needed to succeed

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

in the sport of baseball. This test is

Recommended age level: 14+

intended for 14+ year olds.

Qualification Level: Class A


17 BASE SCALES:

Compliance: APA standards


Validation Information:

Coachability

Sample Size: 1345

Work Ethic

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

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Competitiveness
Accountability

Features

Team Player

Benchmarks: Available (general population and sports industry)

Self-Control
Perseverance
Game Preparedness
Mental Strength

Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Focus

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Need for Stability

Introduction

Impression Management

Physical Toughness

Graphs

Advice

Peer Pressure

Detailed narrative interpretation

Parental Pressure
Competitive Anxiety

Factors and Scales:

Self-Motivation

Overall Score plus 17 scales, including:

Perceived Control Over


Success

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is willing to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitiveness: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Team Player: Extent to which a player is supportive of his/her team.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a player actively gets ready for a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a players mindset and concentration skills.

Need for Stability: Assesses the degree to which a player has difficulty dealing with changes and
an unpredictable play schedule.

Physical Toughness: Ability to withstand physically demanding tasks and training.

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CASEI (College Athlete Success Evaluation Individual


Sports) - Revised
Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Professional development
99 Training tool

No. of questions: 123

Purpose: CASEI will assess whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report

person possesses the traits and skills

Estimated completion time: 50 minutes

needed to succeed in individual college

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes

sports.

Recommended age level: 18+


21 CASEI SCALES:

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

Coachability

disability, ethnicity)

Work Ethic

Validation Information:

Competitiveness

Sample Size: 1345

Accountability

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

Self-Control
Perseverance

Features

Game Preparedness

Benchmarks: Available (general population and sports industry)

Mental Strength

Group Comparisons: Available

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Focus
Accident Proneness
Need for Security
Physical Toughness
Academic Commitment
Athletic Commitment
At-Risk Athlete
Sensation-Seeking
Vulnerability to Peer Pressure
Sense of Invulnerability
Rule-breaking Risk
Aggression
Propensity Towards
Dishonesty

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 21 scales, including:

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is
willing to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitiveness: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a person puts a conscientious effort into getting ready for
a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a players mindset and concentration skills.

Accident Proneness: Assesses whether a person engages in behaviors that could put himself/
herself or others at risk.

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CASET (College Athlete Success Evaluation Team


Sports) - Revised
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APPLICATION:
99 Professional development
99 Training tool
99 Team building

No. of questions: 140

Purpose: CASET will assess whether

Question type: Situational, self-report

a person possesses the traits and skills

Estimated completion time: 60 minutes

needed to succeed in team college

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes

sports.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A

22 CASET SCALES:

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,


disability, ethnicity)

Coachability

Validation Information:

Work Ethic

Sample Size: 1345

Competitiveness

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

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Accountability
Self-Control
Perseverance
Game Preparedness
Mental Strength
Focus
Accident Proneness

Features
Benchmarks: Available (general population and sports industry)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Team Spirit

Graphs

Advice

Academic Commitment

Detailed narrative interpretation

Need for Security


Physical Toughness

Athletic Commitment
At-Risk Athlete

Factors and Scales:

Sensation-Seeking

Overall Score plus 22 scales, including:

Vulnerability to Peer Pressure


Sense of Invulnerability
Rule-breaking Risk
Aggression
Propensity Towards
Dishonesty

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is
willing to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitiveness: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a person puts a conscientious effort into getting ready for
a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a players mindset and concentration skills.

Accident Proneness: Assesses whether a person engages in behaviors that could put himself/
herself or others at risk.

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FASE (Football Athlete Success Evaluation


for adults) - Revised
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APPLICATION:
99 Professional development
99 Training tool
99 Team building

No. of questions: 204


Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing,

Purpose: FASE assesses whether an

memory, IQ

aspiring football athlete possesses the

Estimated completion time: 50 minutes

mental edge that can help him or her

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A

succeed in this sport.

Recommended age level: 18+


17 FASE SCALES:

Qualification Level: Class A


Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

Coachability

disability, ethnicity)

Work Ethic

Validation Information:

Competitiveness
Accountability
Team Spirit

Sample Size: 1345

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

Self-Control

Features

Perseverance

Benchmarks: Available (Athletes)

Game Preparedness
Mental Strength
Focus
Accident Proneness
Need for Security
Physical Toughness
Ability to deal with intimidation
Memory Skills

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Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Graphs

Advice

Detailed narrative interpretation

Intelligence Performance
At Risk Athlete

Factors and Scales:


Overall Score plus 17 scales, including:

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is
willing to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitiveness: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Team Spirit: Extent to which a player is supportive of and responsible to his/her team.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a person puts a conscientious effort into getting ready for
a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a players mindset and concentration skills.

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HASE (Hockey Athlete Success Evaluation


for adults) - Revised
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APPLICATION:
99 Professional development
99 Training tool
99 Team building

No. of questions: 155

Purpose: HASE will assess whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report

person has the traits and skills needed

Estimated completion time: 60 minutes

to be a physical and mental competitor

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes

in ice hockey.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A

17 HASE SCALES:

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

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disability, ethnicity)
Coachability

Validation Information:

Work Ethic

Sample Size: 1345

Competitiveness

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

Accountability
Self-Control
Perseverance
Game Preparedness
Mental Strength
Focus
Accident Proneness

Features
Benchmarks: Available (Athletes)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Team Spirit

Graphs

Advice

Ability to deal with intimidation

Detailed narrative interpretation

Need for Security


Physical Toughness

Sportsmanship
Passion

Factors and Scales:

Decisiveness

Overall Score plus 17 scales, including:

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is
willing to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitiveness: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Team Spirit: Extent to which a player is supportive of and responsible to his/her team.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a person puts a conscientious effort into getting ready for
a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a players mindset and concentration skills.

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SPSP (Soccer Player Success Profile) - Revised


Vitals
APPLICATION:
99 Professional development
99 Training tool
99 Team building

No. of questions: 151

Purpose: SPSP will assess whether a

Question type: Situational, self-report

person has the traits and skills needed

Estimated completion time: 60 minutes

to be a physical and mental competitor

Shorter versions of assessment: Yes

in European soccer.

Recommended age level: 18+


Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender,

17 SPSP SCALES:

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disability, ethnicity)
Validation Information:

Coachability

Sample Size: 1345

Work Ethic

Cronbachs Alpha: 0.90

Competitiveness
Accountability
Self-Control
Perseverance
Game Preparedness
Mental Strength
Focus

Features
Benchmarks: Available (Athletes)
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

Summary

Strengths and Limitations

Introduction

Impression Management

Physical Toughness

Graphs

Advice

Team Spirit

Detailed narrative interpretation

Accident Proneness
Need for Security

Ability to deal with intimidation


Sportsmanship

Factors and Scales:

Passion

Overall Score plus 17 scales, including:

Decisiveness

Coachability: Assesses whether an athletes disposition and attitude are likely to benefit from
coaching, or could cause difficulties or friction.

Work Ethic: Extent to which an individual behaves in a diligent, reliable, and ethical manner, is
willing to work hard, and plays by the rules.

Competitiveness: Degree to which a player strives to be the best and to win.

Accountability: Willingness to be accountable for ones behavior, decisions, and mistakes.

Team Spirit: Extent to which a player is supportive of and responsible to his/her team.

Self-Control: Ability to regulate and manage emotions and behaviors; to stay disciplined.

Perseverance: Assesses the degree to which a player is goal oriented and persistent.

Game Preparedness: Extent to which a person puts a conscientious effort into getting ready for
a game.

Mental Strength: Ability to stay psychologically strong in the face of difficulty and challenge.

Focus: Assesses a players mindset and concentration skills.

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