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    Default CREAX Creativity Self-Assessment

    I found this test on another forum that I thought I'd share here http://www.creax.com/csa/

    The average person scores 62.43. I scored 67.41, not as high as I would have liked. So I'm not exceptionally creative but I did score significant higher than average on abstraction and curiosity. I score slightly below average on boldness. Everything else looked to be about average.
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    When I was near the end of the test, it sent me all the way back to the beginning, for no apparent reason. I was able to hit "back" and carry on from where I left off, but something obviously went wrong because I only got a ten, in spite of putting in tons of answers.
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    I got 83.50.

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    85.40

    Highest scores for "boldness" and "paradox".

    I've scored higher than average in everything except "connection".

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    I was confused on the Wet/Armadillo question.

    Is it really creative to choose connecting words like Texas, Diary, and Laptop?

    I could only choose one connecting word, and even that was a stretch. Texas. And it's totally false too. I live in Texas. It has Armadillos, but it's dry as hell. Only wet 10 percent of the time. I could stretch it and just make up something about "laptop" being a connecting word. Perhaps there's a company called Armadillo Laptops - and someone once broke one by getting it wet.

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    64.83. Not too awesome but I do better with things that I can touch, rather than with just words.
    highest scores on boldness, curiosity, and connection.
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    My problem with the connection part of it was I censored too many of my responses. In some cases, I saw connections or had some hunch that the words were connected somehow but didn't have anything to really substantiate it so I didn't mark it as having a connection. In a couple of cases, the connection was just too weird or absurd, so I left those unmarked too. It's obvious my thinking is stronger than my intuition!

    It was a similar sort of thing with those two images where you write down what you see. Especially with that second red and brown one, I'd see these various objects much like a Rorsarch test but then I ended up 'censoring' a bunch of responses. How could there possibly be a monster in that picture? Or a moon? Or a house?

    On the uses for a brick part, it was suggested to take one minute or so. It wasn't timed but I was careful not to go over one minute because I wanted my result to be truly authentic. Had I given myself more time, I probably could have gotten a higher score.
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    I don't like that test.

    A lot of the questions seemed to be based upon N/S and P/J differences, which doesn't entirely relate to measuring one's creative abilities. Sensors can be creative as well, as well as Judgers. I feel like creativity cannot really be 'tested' with something like this.

    I got 86.42 by the way.

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