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.
| Advanced Multi-Dimensional Personality Matrix – Big 5 Personality Test: Based on the Five Factor Model credited to Goldberg, Costa and McRae, the Advanced Multidimensional Personality Matrix (AMPM) is a comprehensive personality assessment designed to provide you with valuable insight into your character, aptitudes, and disposition. The AMPM is based on the theory that all human personality traits belong to one of five broad dimensions of personality. Each of the five main personality traits stretches along a continuum. An understanding of your position on each dimension can provide you with valuable insight into your personality.
| Advanced Multi-Dimensional Personality Matrix Abridged – Big 5 Personality Test: Based on the Five Factor Model credited to Goldberg, Costa and McRae, the Advanced Multidimensional Personality Matrix (Lite) is a shortened version of our comprehensive personality assessment designed to provide valuable insight into your character, aptitudes, and disposition.
| Social Personality & Skills Assessment: We have all come in contact with people whose poor social skills make being around them a difficult, if not unpleasant, experience. Often, it is not obvious what exactly is wrong, but some people are undeniably missing certain key elements and characteristics that are essential to good social skills, which can put a strain on their social interactions. This is especially true in the initial stages of relationships, before people realize that other good qualities can compensate for poor social skills. The Social Skills Test assesses the following domains: verbal and non-verbal communication skills, the ability to deal with conflict, relationship skills, social insight, appropriate behavior, and social comfort. To be extremely lacking in just one of these areas could cause problems in work relationships.
| Locus of Control & Attribution Style Test: Locus of control refers to how a person perceives the cause of life events. Someone with an internal locus of control would generally perceive himself or herself as responsible for certain occurrences (his or her actions would have a direct bearing on the result). On the other hand, a person with an external locus of control would most often blame (or thank) fate, destiny, luck, society, or some other force beyond his or her control.
|Driving Personality Profile Test: Most people spend an average of at least 50 minutes per day in their cars. Unfortunately, this has translated to over a million crashes worldwide each year. Although we’re well-aware of the role alcohol plays in fatal crashes, the latest buzzword and increasingly dangerous factor has become road rage. Of the 60 percent of drivers who consider others to be unsafe motorists, half admitted that they themselves get aggressive on occasion. When we consider these facts and figures on a more personal level, the importance of understanding our own driving tendencies becomes clear and can help us avoid getting into dangerous situations, and hopefully, encourage a much more pleasant and safe driving atmosphere.|