I couldn't complete the test.
It is almost always the case with multiple coice tests that the answer you wish to give will sometimes not be available, forcing you to choose an inadequate alternative, but hoping that any small deviation will be irrelevent when all the answers are taken into consideration. However, with this test I could answer fewer questions correctly than which I had to improvise on, and so it quickly became apparant that it was futile. Instead, I'll just write up one more profile:
The pancritical rationalist is "characterised as one who is willing to entertain any position and holds all his positions, including his most fundamental standards, goals and decisions, and his basic philosophical position itself, open to criticism." To the pancritical rationalist, nothing is justified, nor can be justified, a "position may be held rationally without needing justification at all-- provided that it can be and is held open to criticism and survives severe examination."
Famous pancritical rationalists include: Karl Popper
The opposite of pancritical rationalism can be either foundationalism or scepticism
Note: The quotes given in the description are taken from page 118 and 119 of The Retreat to Commitment by W. W. Bartley III