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Hogan Personality Inventory (online free test version)

Vendrah

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"The Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) is a measure of normal personality and is used to predict job performance. The HPI is an ideal tool to help you strengthen your employee selection, leadership development, succession planning, and talent management processes."

(from first google result)

Link:
Free Hogan Personality Inventory | HPI online

Your result:

7 Higher-Level HPI Constructs

Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 9 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.
Subscales:
1. Empathy. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
2. Not Anxious. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
3. No Guilt. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
4. Calmness. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
5. Even-tempered. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
6. No Somatic Complaints. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
7. Trusting. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Questions others intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
8. Good Attachment. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.

Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 3 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.
Subscales:
1. Competitive. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
2. Self-Confidence. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident.
3. Accomplishment. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
4. Leadership. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
5. Identity. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
6. No Social Anxiety. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.

Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 3 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.
Subscales:
1. Likes Parties. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
2. Likes Crowds. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
3. Experience-seeking. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
4. Exhibitionistic. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
5. Entertaining. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 6 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.
Subscales:
1. Easy To Live With. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
2. Sensitive. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
3. Caring. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
4. Likes People. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
5. No Hostility. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence).
Your score 7 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative
Subscales:
1. Moralistic. Your score 2 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set hisher own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rulesconventions.
2. Mastery. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about hisher work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
3. Virtuous. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
4. Not Autonomous. Your score 2 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view himher.
5. Not Spontaneous. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in hisher approach.
6. Impulse Control. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
7. Avoids Trouble. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.

Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive).
Your score 10 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imiginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.
Subscales:
1. Science Ability. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
2. Curiosity. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
3. Thrill-seeking. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulationexcitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
4. Intellectual Games. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in intellectual games. High scorers - Interested in riddles and puzzles.
5. Generates Ideas. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
6. Culture. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.

Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 10 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.
Subscales:
1. Education. Your score 6 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
2. Math Ability. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
3. Good Memory. Your score 3 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
4. Reading. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.

Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 9 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 5 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 6 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 8 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 6 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.
Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 4 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.


Test result: Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI)

Maybe later I will read what kind of predictions these results mean, they are probably not that strong. A good bunch of the questions and some measures are alike Big 5.
 
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Higher-Level HPI Constructs
Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 8 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.
Subscales:
1. Empathy. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
2. Not Anxious. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
3. No Guilt. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
4. Calmness. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
5. Even-tempered. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
6. No Somatic Complaints. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
7. Trusting. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Questions others intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
8. Good Attachment. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.
Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 3 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.
Subscales:
1. Competitive. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
2. Self-Confidence. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident.
3. Accomplishment. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
4. Leadership. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
5. Identity. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
6. No Social Anxiety. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.
Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 4 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.
Subscales:
1. Likes Parties. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
2. Likes Crowds. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
3. Experience-seeking. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
4. Exhibitionistic. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
5. Entertaining. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.
Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 3 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.
Subscales:
1. Easy To Live With. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
2. Sensitive. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
3. Caring. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
4. Likes People. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
5. No Hostility. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.
Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 2 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative
Subscales:
1. Moralistic. Your score 2 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set hisher own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rulesconventions.
2. Mastery. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about hisher work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
3. Virtuous. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
4. Not Autonomous. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view himher.
5. Not Spontaneous. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in hisher approach.
6. Impulse Control. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
7. Avoids Trouble. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.
Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 9 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imiginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.
Subscales:
1. Science Ability. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
2. Curiosity. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
3. Thrill-seeking. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulationexcitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
4. Intellectual Games. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in intellectual games. High scorers - Interested in riddles and puzzles.
5. Generates Ideas. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
6. Culture. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.
Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 9 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.
Subscales:
1. Education. Your score 7 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
2. Math Ability. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
3. Good Memory. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
4. Reading. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.
Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 9 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 1 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 1 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 2 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 0 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.


Hit or miss for me. Reflects tendencies fairly accurate but the degree of many is probably more moderate
 

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Hit or miss for me. Reflects tendencies fairly accurate but the degree of many is probably more moderate

This is likely due to the forced choice format, that makes the statistics numbers betters and all, but makes the test too black and white. I actually don't like forced choice format because of that.
 

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I know I'll be judged for how obsessive I got about organizing this. But I actually really want to refer back to this in the future and couldn't stand the previous order/lack thereof. Overall I really like this.
Some of it's definitely off but the majority seems accurate.

Highest scores:
Entertaining. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.
Thrill-seeking. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulationexcitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
Trusting. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Questions other intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
Experience-seeking. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
Sensitive. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
Not Spontaneous. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in hisher approach.
Not Autonomous. Your score 4 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view himher.
Good Memory. Your score 3 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
Caring. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
No Guilt. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
Likes Crowds. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
Exhibitionistic. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
Avoids Trouble. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.
Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 7 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 6 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.

Mid range:
Culture. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.
No Hostility. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.
Easy To Live With. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
Even-tempered. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
Self-Confidence. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident.
No Social Anxiety. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.
Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 5 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.
Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 5 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.

Lowest scores:
Moralistic. Your score 0 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set hisher own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rulesconventions.
Impulse Control. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
Competitive. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
Not Anxious. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
Empathy. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
Calmness. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
Leadership. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
Generates Ideas. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
Reading. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.
Likes Parties. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
Science Ability. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
Accomplishment. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
Curiosity. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
Math Ability. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
No Somatic Complaints. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
Good Attachment. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.
Mastery. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about hisher work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
Identity. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
Likes People. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
Intellectual Games. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in intellectual games. High scorers - Interested in riddles and puzzles.
Virtuous. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
Education. Your score 2 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 2 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 2 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 2 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.
Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 2 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.
Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 2 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.
Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 3 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative
Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 4 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imiginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 4 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 4 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.
 

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I was expecting this to determine if I was Paul, Larry, or Hulk. :thinking:
 

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Your result:

Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 1 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.
Subscales:

1. Empathy. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
2. Not Anxious. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
3. No Guilt. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
4. Calmness. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
5. Even-tempered. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
6. No Somatic Complaints. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
7. Trusting. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Questions others intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
8. Good Attachment. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.

Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 1 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.
Subscales:

1. Competitive. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
2. Self-Confidence. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident.
3. Accomplishment. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
4. Leadership. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
5. Identity. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
6. No Social Anxiety. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.

Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 4 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.
Subscales:

1. Likes Parties. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
2. Likes Crowds. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
3. Experience-seeking. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
4. Exhibitionistic. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
5. Entertaining. Your score 4 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 3 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.
Subscales:

1. Easy To Live With. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
2. Sensitive. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
3. Caring. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
4. Likes People. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
5. No Hostility. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 5 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative
Subscales:

1. Moralistic. Your score 0 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set hisher own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rules/conventions.
2. Mastery. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about hisher work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
3. Virtuous. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
4. Not Autonomous. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view him/her.
5. Not Spontaneous. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in his/her approach.
6. Impulse Control. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
7. Avoids Trouble. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.

Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 7 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imaginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.
Subscales:

1. Science Ability. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
2. Curiosity. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
3. Thrill-seeking. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulationexcitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
4. Intellectual Games. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in intellectual games. High scorers - Interested in riddles and puzzles.
5. Generates Ideas. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
6. Culture. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.

Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 6 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightful, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.
Subscales:

1. Education. Your score 5 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
2. Math Ability. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
3. Good Memory. Your score 4 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
4. Reading. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.

Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 6 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 0 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 3 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 1 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 1 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.

Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 1 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.
 

Coriolis

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7 Higher-Level HPI Constructs

Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 7 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.
Subscales:
1. Empathy. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
2. Not Anxious. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
3. No Guilt. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
4. Calmness. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
5. Even-tempered. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
6. No Somatic Complaints. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
7. Trusting. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Questions others intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
8. Good Attachment. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.

Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 9 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.
Subscales:
1. Competitive. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
2. Self-Confidence. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident.
3. Accomplishment. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
4. Leadership. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
5. Identity. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
6. No Social Anxiety. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.

Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 0 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.
Subscales:
1. Likes Parties. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
2. Likes Crowds. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
3. Experience-seeking. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
4. Exhibitionistic. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
5. Entertaining. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 0 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.
Subscales:
1. Easy To Live With. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
2. Sensitive. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
3. Caring. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
4. Likes People. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
5. No Hostility. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 3 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative
Subscales:
1. Moralistic. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set hisher own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rulesconventions.
2. Mastery. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about hisher work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
3. Virtuous. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
4. Not Autonomous. Your score 0 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view himher.
5. Not Spontaneous. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in hisher approach.
6. Impulse Control. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
7. Avoids Trouble. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.

Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 10 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imiginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.
Subscales:
1. Science Ability. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
2. Curiosity. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
3. Thrill-seeking. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulationexcitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
4. Intellectual Games. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in intellectual games. High scorers - Interested in riddles and puzzles.
5. Generates Ideas. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
6. Culture. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.

Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 10 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.
Subscales:
1. Education. Your score 7 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
2. Math Ability. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
3. Good Memory. Your score 4 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
4. Reading. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.

Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 6 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 8 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 3 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 6 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 2 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.
Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 8 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.
 

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Your result:
7 Higher-Level HPI Constructs:

Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 2 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.

Subscales:
1. Empathy. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
2. Not Anxious. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
3. No Guilt. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
4. Calmness. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
5. Even-tempered. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
6. No Somatic Complaints. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
7. Trusting. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Questions others intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
8. Good Attachment. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.

Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 2 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.

Subscales:
1. Competitive. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
2. Self-Confidence. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident.
3. Accomplishment. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
4. Leadership. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
5. Identity. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
6. No Social Anxiety. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.

Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 6 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.

Subscales:
1. Likes Parties. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
2. Likes Crowds. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
3. Experience-seeking. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
4. Exhibitionistic. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
5. Entertaining. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 2 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.

Subscales:
1. Easy To Live With. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
2. Sensitive. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
3. Caring. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
4. Likes People. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
5. No Hostility. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 2 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative

Subscales:
1. Moralistic. Your score 2 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set hisher own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rulesconventions.
2. Mastery. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about hisher work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
3. Virtuous. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
4. Not Autonomous. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view himher.
5. Not Spontaneous. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in hisher approach.
6. Impulse Control. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
7. Avoids Trouble. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.

Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 7 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imiginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.

Subscales:
1. Science Ability. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
2. Curiosity. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
3. Thrill-seeking. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulationexcitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
4. Intellectual Games. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in intellectual games. High scorers - Interested in riddles and puzzles.
5. Generates Ideas. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
6. Culture. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.

Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 9 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.

Subscales:
1. Education. Your score 5 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
2. Math Ability. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
3. Good Memory. Your score 2 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
4. Reading. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.

Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 5 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 4 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 2 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 4 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 4 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.
Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 5 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.

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ceecee

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INTJ
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8w9
Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 9 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.

Subscales:
1. Empathy. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
2. Not Anxious. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
3. No Guilt. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
4. Calmness. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
5. Even-tempered. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
6. No Somatic Complaints. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
7. Trusting. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Questions others intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
8. Good Attachment. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.

Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 10 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.

Subscales:
1. Competitive. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
2. Self-Confidence. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident.
3. Accomplishment. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
4. Leadership. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
5. Identity. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
6. No Social Anxiety. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.

Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 2 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.

Subscales:
1. Likes Parties. Your score 2 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
2. Likes Crowds. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
3. Experience-seeking. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
4. Exhibitionistic. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
5. Entertaining. Your score 4 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 10 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.

Subscales:
1. Easy To Live With. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
2. Sensitive. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
3. Caring. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
4. Likes People. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
5. No Hostility. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 7 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative

Subscales:
1. Moralistic. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set hisher own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rulesconventions.
2. Mastery. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about hisher work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
3. Virtuous. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
4. Not Autonomous. Your score 2 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view himher.
5. Not Spontaneous. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in hisher approach.
6. Impulse Control. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
7. Avoids Trouble. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.

Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 9 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imiginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.

Subscales:
1. Science Ability. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
2. Curiosity. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
3. Thrill-seeking. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulationexcitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
4. Intellectual Games. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in intellectual games. High scorers - Interested in riddles and puzzles.
5. Generates Ideas. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
6. Culture. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.

Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 10 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.

Subscales:
1. Education. Your score 7 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
2. Math Ability. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
3. Good Memory. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
4. Reading. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.

Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 10 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 9 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 6 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 9 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 4 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.
Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 10 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.
 

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7 Higher-Level HPI Constructs

Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 8 of 10.
Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.

Subscales:

Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 10 of 10.
Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.

Subscales:

Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 3 of 10.
Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.

Subscales:

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 0 of 10.
Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.

Subscales:

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 5 of 10.
The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative

Subscales:

Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 10 of 10.
Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imiginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.

Subscales:

Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 10 of 10.
Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.

Subscales:

Occupational scales

Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 7 of 10.
The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers

Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 9 of 10.
The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.

Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 2 of 10.
The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.

Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 8 of 10.
The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.

Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 4 of 10.
The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.

Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 10 of 10.
The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.


Many contradictions. Apparently I'm reliable and unreliable, spontaneous and not spontaneous, rulesy and not rulesy, friendly and not friendly, among other things.
 

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7 Higher-Level HPI Constructs
Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 4 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.
Subscales:
1. Empathy. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
2. Not Anxious. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
3. No Guilt. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
4. Calmness. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
5. Even-tempered. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
6. No Somatic Complaints. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
7. Trusting. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Questions others intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
8. Good Attachment. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.
Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 5 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.
Subscales:
1. Competitive. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
2. Self-Confidence. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident. :huh:
3. Accomplishment. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
4. Leadership. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
5. Identity. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
6. No Social Anxiety. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.
Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 3 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.
Subscales:
1. Likes Parties. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
2. Likes Crowds. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
3. Experience-seeking. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
4. Exhibitionistic. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
5. Entertaining. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.
Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 6 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.
Subscales:
1. Easy To Live With. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
2. Sensitive. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
3. Caring. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
4. Likes People. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
5. No Hostility. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.
Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 7 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative
Subscales:
1. Moralistic. Your score 2 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set hisher own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rulesconventions.
2. Mastery. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about hisher work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
3. Virtuous. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
4. Not Autonomous. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view himher.
5. Not Spontaneous. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in hisher approach.
6. Impulse Control. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
7. Avoids Trouble. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.
Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 8 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imiginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.
Subscales:
1. Science Ability. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
2. Curiosity. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
3. Thrill-seeking. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulationexcitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
5. Generates Ideas. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
6. Culture. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.
Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 10 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.
Subscales:
1. Education. Your score 7 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
2. Math Ability. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
3. Good Memory. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
4. Reading. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.
Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 8 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 5 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 4 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 4 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 5 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.
Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 5 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.

Meh. I don't like this test very much. It's too long but the length doesn't even make it more accurate.
 

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7 Higher-Level HPI Constructs
Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 4 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.

Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 2 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.

Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 0 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 1 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough. Based on the subscores, I am not sure how I scored this low... But also, the combination of super low friendliness and talent and reasonable scores in the other categories is weirdly fitting though

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 8 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative

Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 8 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imiginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.

Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 5 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightful, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.

Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 9 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 6 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 7 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 5 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 0 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.
Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 6 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.
 

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Test result: Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI)

I don't know who made this test, but it looks to me that they based it on the BFAS (Big Five Aspect Scale but rearranged) and the IPIP (for the 300 items). So in the case of the HDI the traits would be:

Leadership (HPI: Ambition) would be BFAS Assertiveness and Sociability (HPI: Sociability) would be BFAS Enthusiasm. Combined, Ambition and Sociability are Big Five Extraversion.

In the same way, Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive) is BFAS Openness (the facet) and Quickness (HPI: Learning approach) BFAS Intellect. Together they are BFAS Openness/Intellect (the trait).

Stability (HPI: Adjustment) looks more complex, because it's hybrid: the description makes it sound like plain BFAS Neuroticism, but the subtraits combine facets from both BFAS Neuroticism and BFAS Politeness.

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence) seems mostly BFAS Orderliness, perhaps with some BFAS Industriousness.

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity) is BFAS Agreeableness, maybe leaning toward BFAS Compassion. This is the weakest point in this test: most of the total score for Friendliness is determined by the subtrait Likes People (description: Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company). That honestly sounds that it belongs in Extraversion. Here are my scores to illustrate the point:

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity):
  • Overall Score: 3/10.
  • Easy To Live With: 6/6.
  • Sensitive: 6/6.
  • Caring: 6/6.
  • Likes People: 1/6.
  • No Hostility: 6/6.

A single 1/6 score took down my overall score to 3/10.
 

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I was expecting this to determine if I was Paul, Larry, or Hulk. :thinking:

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7 Higher-Level HPI Constructs
Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 0 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.
Subscales:
1. Empathy. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
2. Not Anxious. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
3. No Guilt. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
4. Calmness. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
5. Even-tempered. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
6. No Somatic Complaints. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
7. Trusting. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Questions others intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
8. Good Attachment. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.
Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 3 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.
Subscales:
1. Competitive. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
2. Self-Confidence. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident.
3. Accomplishment. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
4. Leadership. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
5. Identity. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
6. No Social Anxiety. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.
Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 5 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.
Subscales:
1. Likes Parties. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
2. Likes Crowds. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
3. Experience-seeking. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
4. Exhibitionistic. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
5. Entertaining. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.
Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 0 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.
Subscales:
1. Easy To Live With. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
2. Sensitive. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
3. Caring. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
4. Likes People. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
5. No Hostility. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.
Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 3 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative
Subscales:
1. Moralistic. Your score 0 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set hisher own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rulesconventions.
2. Mastery. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about hisher work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
3. Virtuous. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
4. Not Autonomous. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view himher.
5. Not Spontaneous. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in hisher approach.
6. Impulse Control. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
7. Avoids Trouble. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.
Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 5 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seem curious, adventurous, and imiginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.
Subscales:
1. Science Ability. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
2. Curiosity. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
3. Thrill-seeking. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulationexcitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
4. Intellectual Games. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in intellectual games. High scorers - Interested in riddles and puzzles.
5. Generates Ideas. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
6. Culture. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.
Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 9 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.
Subscales:
1. Education. Your score 6 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
2. Math Ability. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
3. Good Memory. Your score 5 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
4. Reading. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.
Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 2 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 1 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 3 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 0 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 2 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.
Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 6 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.
 

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Results and Commentary:

Test result: Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI)

I don't know who made this test, but it looks to me that they based it on the BFAS (Big Five Aspect Scale but rearranged) and the IPIP (for the 300 items). So in the case of the HDI the traits would be:

Leadership (HPI: Ambition) would be BFAS Assertiveness and Sociability (HPI: Sociability) would be BFAS Enthusiasm. Combined, Ambition and Sociability are Big Five Extraversion.

In the same way, Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive) is BFAS Openness (the facet) and Quickness (HPI: Learning approach) BFAS Intellect. Together they are BFAS Openness/Intellect (the trait).

Stability (HPI: Adjustment) looks more complex, because it's hybrid: the description makes it sound like plain BFAS Neuroticism, but the subtraits combine facets from both BFAS Neuroticism and BFAS Politeness.

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence) seems mostly BFAS Orderliness, perhaps with some BFAS Industriousness.

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity) is BFAS Agreeableness, maybe leaning toward BFAS Compassion. This is the weakest point in this test: most of the total score for Friendliness is determined by the subtrait Likes People (description: Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company). That honestly sounds that it belongs in Extraversion. Here are my scores to illustrate the point:

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity):
  • Overall Score: 3/10.
  • Easy To Live With: 6/6.
  • Sensitive: 6/6.
  • Caring: 6/6.
  • Likes People: 1/6.
  • No Hostility: 6/6.

A single 1/6 score took down my overall score to 3/10.

Did you ever saw a BFAS test for free?
I never saw it.
In general I like to call it 'Big Five with two facets version' XD.
 

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[MENTION=32874]Vendrah[/MENTION]:

I don't know if there's a free online version of the BFAS, but it IS in the public domain. In Colin DeYoung's academic page there's are links to the scales and a scoring key -- although I don't know how useful they can be without something to compare the scores to.

I saved the test for my use here:

Dropbox - Big Five Aspect Scales Test.pdf - Simplify your life

You're right to say that the BFAS is the Big Five with each factor divided into two facets each. There's also the Big Five Inventory that has three facets and the NEO-PI-R with six.
 

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I don't agree with a lot of the things on this. Also felt like I was forced to choose an answer that I didn't fully agree with.


Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 4 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.

Subscales:
1. Empathy. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
2. Not Anxious. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
3. No Guilt. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
4. Calmness. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
5. Even-tempered. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
6. No Somatic Complaints. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
7. Trusting. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Questions others intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
8. Good Attachment. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.

Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 3 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.

Subscales:
1. Competitive. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
2. Self-Confidence. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident.
3. Accomplishment. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
4. Leadership. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
5. Identity. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
6. No Social Anxiety. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.

Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 7 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.

Subscales:
1. Likes Parties. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
2. Likes Crowds. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
3. Experience-seeking. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
4. Exhibitionistic. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
5. Entertaining. Your score 3 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 2 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.

Subscales:
1. Easy To Live With. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
2. Sensitive. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
3. Caring. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
4. Likes People. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
5. No Hostility. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 8 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative

Subscales:
1. Moralistic. Your score 0 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set his/her own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rules conventions.
2. Mastery. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about his/her work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
3. Virtuous. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
4. Not Autonomous. Your score 4 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view him/her.
5. Not Spontaneous. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in his/her approach.
6. Impulse Control. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
7. Avoids Trouble. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.

Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 6 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seems curious, adventurous, and imaginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.

Subscales:
1. Science Ability. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
2. Curiosity. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
3. Thrill-seeking. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulation excitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
4. Intellectual Games. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in intellectual games. High scorers - Interested in riddles and puzzles.
5. Generates Ideas. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
6. Culture. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.

Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 10 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.

Subscales:
1. Education. Your score 6 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
2. Math Ability. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
3. Good Memory. Your score 3 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
4. Reading. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.

Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 9 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 9 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 2 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 4 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 1 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.
Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 3 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.
 

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I don't agree with a lot of the things on this. Also felt like I was forced to choose an answer that I didn't fully agree with.


Stability (HPI: Adjustment). Your score 4 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person is calm or moody and volatile. High scorers seem confident, resilient, and optimistic, calm, steady under pressure, resistant to feedback . Low scorers seem tense, irritable, and negative, open to feedback, candid and honest, moody and self-critical.

Subscales:
1. Empathy. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Irritated by others flaws. High scorers - Seems empathic.
2. Not Anxious. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Anxious or tense. High scorers - Seems relaxed.
3. No Guilt. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Prone to worry about past mistakes. High scorers - Does not worry about past mistakes.
4. Calmness. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Gets emotional at times. High scorers - Is calm.
5. Even-tempered. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Is temperamental or moody. High scorers - Is even-tempered.
6. No Somatic Complaints. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Complains about many issues. High scorers - Does not complain.
7. Trusting. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Questions others intentions. High scorers - Trusts others.
8. Good Attachment. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Hostile towards authority. High scorers - Has positive attitude toward authority.

Leadership (HPI: Ambition). Your score 3 of 10. Evaluated the degree to which a person seems leaderlike and values achievement. High scorers seem competitive and hard working, energetic, competitive, restless and forceful. Low scorers seem unassertive and less interested in advancement, good team players, willing go let others lead, complacent.

Subscales:
1. Competitive. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Laid back. High scorers - Enjoys competition and works to get ahead.
2. Self-Confidence. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks confidence. High scorers - Confident.
3. Accomplishment. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Unhappy with accomplishments. High scorers - Enjoys self and work.
4. Leadership. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Reluctant to assume leadership roles. High scorers - Willing to assume authority positions.
5. Identity. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Lacks career direction. High scorers - Focused career direction.
6. No Social Anxiety. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Socially retiring. High scorers - Confident in social settings.

Sociability (HPI: Sociability). Your score 7 of 10. Assesses the degree to which a person appears socially self-confident. High scorers seem outgoing and colorful, outgoing, talkative, attention-seeking. Low scorers seem reserved and quiet, good at working alone, quiet, socially reactive.

Subscales:
1. Likes Parties. Your score 1 of 5. Low scorers - Does not enjoy parties. High scorers - Enjoys social gatherings.
2. Likes Crowds. Your score 2 of 6. Low scorers - Prefers smaller groups. High scorers - Enjoys large groups.
3. Experience-seeking. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Unadventurous and prefers little variety. High scorers - Adventurous, actively seeks out experiences.
4. Exhibitionistic. Your score 0 of 6. Low scorers - Avoids the limelight. High scorers - Enjoys attention and “showing off”.
5. Entertaining. Your score 3 of 5. Low scorers - Not particularly entertaining. High scorers - Charming, amusing, good sense of humor.

Friendliness (HPI: Interpersonal sensitivity). Your score 2 of 10. Reflects tact and perceptiveness. High scorers seem friendly, warm, and popular; conflict averse. Low scorers seem independent, frank, and direct; willing to confront others, cold and tough.

Subscales:
1. Easy To Live With. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not always tolerant and kind-hearted. High scorers - Perceived as easygoing by others.
2. Sensitive. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Not very tactful or considerate. High scorers - Tactful, considerate and perceptive.
3. Caring. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Does not appreciate others needs. High scorers - Perceptive and understanding.
4. Likes People. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Socially withdrawn. High scorers - Enjoys others company.
5. No Hostility. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Critical of others. High scorers - Generally accepting.

Dutifulness (HPI: Prudence). Your score 8 of 10. The Prudence scale concerns self control and conscientiousness. Persons with high scores tend to be orderly and dependable, but they may also be conservative and over controlled. Persons with low scores tend to be impulsive and unpredictable, but they may be flexible and innovative

Subscales:
1. Moralistic. Your score 0 of 5. Low scorers - Prefers to set his/her own rules. High scorers - Willing to follow rules conventions.
2. Mastery. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Relaxed attitude about his/her work. High scorers - Concerned with doing a good job.
3. Virtuous. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Willing to admit minor faults. High scorers - Diligent and precise.
4. Not Autonomous. Your score 4 of 5. Low scorers - Independent and feedback resistant. High scorers - Concerned about how others view him/her.
5. Not Spontaneous. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Spontaneous. High scorers - Well-planned in his/her approach.
6. Impulse Control. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Tends to act on impulse. High scorers - Likes to play it safe.
7. Avoids Trouble. Your score 1 of 6. Low scorers - Takes unnecessary and negative risks. High scorers - Considers actions and their consequences.

Creativity (HPI: Inquisitive). Your score 6 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person seems curious, adventurous, and imaginative. High scorers tend to be quick-witted and visionary, but easy bored; poor implementers. Low scorers tend to be practical, focused, and able to concentrate; not easy bored, uninventive.

Subscales:
1. Science Ability. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Shows little interest in why things happen. High scorers - Takes an interest in why things happen.
2. Curiosity. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Low degree of curiosity. High scorers - High degree of curiosity.
3. Thrill-seeking. Your score 3 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in stimulation excitement. High scorers - Wants stimulation, and excitement.
4. Intellectual Games. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Not interested in intellectual games. High scorers - Interested in riddles and puzzles.
5. Generates Ideas. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Does not see self as an idea generator. High scorers - Good at generating new ideas.
6. Culture. Your score 6 of 6. Low scorers - Narrow interests. High scorers - Wide variety of activities.

Quickness (HPI: Learning approach). Your score 10 of 10. Reflects the degree to which a person values education as an end in itself. High scorers tend to enjoy reading and studying; interested in learning, insightfull, intolerant of the less informed. Low scorers are less interested in format education and more interested in hand-on learning on the job; focused on their interest, technology averse.

Subscales:
1. Education. Your score 6 of 7. Low scorers - Does not enjoy traditional education. High scorers - Positive attitude about traditional education.
2. Math Ability. Your score 4 of 6. Low scorers - Does not work well with numbers. High scorers - Works well with numbers.
3. Good Memory. Your score 3 of 5. Low scorers - Somewhat forgetful. High scorers - Can remember things easily.
4. Reading. Your score 5 of 6. Low scorers - Does not keep up-to-date. High scorers - Keeps up-to-date; well-informed.

Occupational scales
Calmness (HPI: Service Orientation). Your score 9 of 10. The Service Orientation scale identifies people who are courteous and helpful when dealing with customers
Happiness (HPI: Stress Tolerance). Your score 9 of 10. The Stress Tolerance scale identifies people who handle pressure well and are not tense or anxious.
Cooperation (HPI: Reliability). Your score 2 of 10. The Reliability scale concerns willingness to follow organizational rules and be a good organizational citizen.
Toughness (HPI: Clerical Potential). Your score 4 of 10. The Clerical Potential scale identifies people who are likely to make responsible, hard working employees.
Gregariousness (HPI: Sales Potential). Your score 1 of 10. The Sales Potential scale identifies people who are self-assured, flexible, ambitious, outgoing, and self-motivated.
Competence (HPI: Managerial Potential). Your score 3 of 10. The Managerial Potential scale identifies people who can direct others in a pleasant and effective fashion.

Basically, I feel like people with “good” scores in every subscale probably took the test multiple times and just posted the result that made them look good. That or they took it once and just lied.

Maybe thats cynical but this test seems to be written in a way where if you are even midling in the “bad” direction thats where it scores you.
 
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