Psychometric Assessments

Here is the complete list of Psychometric Assessments offered to our clients. As you will observe, the list is very extensive and covers a wide spectrum of assessments in the categories of (1) Career, (2) Personality, (3) Attitude & Lifestyle, (4) Intelligence, and (5) Relationships. Click on a tab below to find out more about the assessments in that category.

Assertiveness Rating Scale Test: How you assert yourself and in which situations are important things to consider when you look at your assertiveness score. Some people may find that they are very comfortable speaking their mind with friends or colleagues, but shy away when they have to deal with people in positions of authority. Your scores will help you understand which areas may need improvement so that you can take that first confident step towards becoming more assertive.

Coping Skills Assessment: People use a variety of techniques to deal with stress in their lives. Some of these techniques are helpful; others are definitely not. Your range of coping skills will help determine how well you deal with the different stresses in your life.

Self-Esteem Assessment: Many individuals carry around self-doubts that limit their potential. They can either let those self-doubts control their actions, or they can work through them by improving the things they can change and accepting those they can’t. As deep as the layers of their self-image may be, everyone is capable of stripping away the negative layers and replacing them with positive ones.

Values Profile Assessment: Researchers have theorized that we all have some combination of six different values types, whether it is just one dominant value type, a combination of two or three, or some aspects of all six. Different value types may surface in different areas of a person’s life and in different situations. It is also important to remember that classification into one of these value types does not necessarily imply success and/or achievement in that realm (e.g. scoring high in Political values does not guarantee that a person would make a good politician). Instead, it means that a person highly appreciates and strives for that end-state – the value represents an ideal for them.