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  1. #151
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    Your score is 55, on a scale of 0 (low self-monitor) to 100 (high self-monitor). You are neither a high nor low self-monitor.

    Self-monitoring refers to how a person behaves in different contexts (ie, work, visiting friends, or shopping). A high self-monitoring person is someone who monitors and adapts their own behavior to match their surroundings. A low self monitor tends to use their internal values and beliefs to figure out how to behave.

    In other words, a low self monitor will exhibit the same behavior in different contexts, whether it's a meeting at work, softball game with friends, or family reunion. A high self monitor will act differently in these different contexts, perhaps acting more formally at work or cracking jokes with friends, if that is what others are doing.

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    Your score is 32, on a scale of 0 (low self-monitor) to 100 (high self-monitor). You are a MODERATELY LOW self-monitor.
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    I retook it and got 69.

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    Your score is 28, on a scale of 0 (low self-monitor) to 100 (high self-monitor). You are a MODERATELY LOW self-monitor.

    High self monitors:

    show variability in behavior in different contexts, and are extremely flexibile in adapting to their current situation
    tend to have different public and private personas and are careful about mixing different social circles
    tend to make better managers and do better in jobs that involve influencing other people (sales, marketing, hiring, politicians)

    Low self monitors:

    use internal values and beliefs in deciding how to behave
    act the same in most social circles
    can be relied upon for opinions as they tend to say it like they see it
    tend to be better in research and project-based work
    Taking this into account, I'm LOW for sure.
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    Your score is 40, on a scale of 0 (low self-monitor) to 100 (high self-monitor). You are neither a high nor low self-monitor.

    High self monitors:

    show variability in behavior in different contexts, and are extremely flexibile in adapting to their current situation
    tend to have different public and private personas and are careful about mixing different social circles
    tend to make better managers and do better in jobs that involve influencing other people (sales, marketing, hiring, politicians)

    Low self monitors:

    use internal values and beliefs in deciding how to behave
    act the same in most social circles
    can be relied upon for opinions as they tend to say it like they see it
    tend to be better in research and project-based work

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    So, what is the story with moderate self-monitors?
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  7. #157
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    Self monitor isn't a good descriptive. This test and theory appears to assume that awareness equates to change in behaviour, where that's not always the case. I'm usually aware but find that being inauthentic has a price to be paid internally so it's like a return on investment judgment, prior to any chameleon adaptation.

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    Your score is 34, on a scale of 0 (low self-monitor) to 100 (high self-monitor). You are a MODERATELY LOW self-monitor.

    Self-monitoring refers to how a person behaves in different contexts (ie, work, visiting friends, or shopping). A high self-monitoring person is someone who monitors and adapts their own behavior to match their surroundings. A low self monitor tends to use their internal values and beliefs to figure out how to behave.

    In other words, a low self monitor will exhibit the same behavior in different contexts, whether it's a meeting at work, softball game with friends, or family reunion. A high self monitor will act differently in these different contexts, perhaps acting more formally at work or cracking jokes with friends, if that is what others are doing.

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    Your score is 64, on a scale of 0 (low self-monitor) to 100 (high self-monitor). You are neither a high nor low self-monitor.

    Self-monitoring refers to how a person behaves in different contexts (ie, work, visiting friends, or shopping). A high self-monitoring person is someone who monitors and adapts their own behavior to match their surroundings. A low self monitor tends to use their internal values and beliefs to figure out how to behave.

    In other words, a low self monitor will exhibit the same behavior in different contexts, whether it's a meeting at work, softball game with friends, or family reunion. A high self monitor will act differently in these different contexts, perhaps acting more formally at work or cracking jokes with friends, if that is what others are doing.

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