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Compiled by Dr. Varghese Pudussery C.M.I, Phd.

Just as every person has differently shaped feet and toes from every other person, so we all have differently "shaped" personalities. Just as no person's foot shape is "right" or "wrong", so no person's personality shape is right or wrong. The purpose of this assessment is to make you aware of your strength & weakness. The following Questions are arranged in pairs (a and b), and each member of the pair represents a preference you may or may not hold. Rate your perference for each item by giving it a score of 0-Never,1-Seldom,2-Sometimes,3-Often,4-Very Often and 5-Always . If you indicate that you NEVER agree with Question 1a, it implies that you ALWAYS agree with the other member of the pair 1b. There are 32 pair of questions and it may take 10 to 15 Mins of your time. After Answering all the questions, click on the RESULT button to know the precious aspect of your personality.





1.a         I prefer making decisions after finding out what others think

1.b         I prefer making decisions without consulting others






2.a         I prefer being called imaginative or intutive

2.b         I prefer being called actual or intutive





3.a         I prefer making decisions about people in organisations based on available data and               systematic analysis of situations

3.b         I prefer making decisions about people in organisations based on empathy, feelings and               understanding of their needs & values



4.a         I prefer allowing commitments to occur if others want to make them

4.b         I prefer pushing for definite commitments to ensure that they are made





5.a        I prefer quiet, thoughtful time alone

5.b        I prefer active energetic time with people





6.a        I prefer using methods I know well that are effective to get the job done

6.b        I prefer trying to think of new methods of doing tasks when confronted with them





7.a        I prefer drawing conclusions based on unemotional logic and careful step-by-step analysis

7.b        I prefer drawing conclusions based on what I feel and believe about life and people from              past experiences




8.a        I prefer avoid making deadlines

8.b        I prefer setting a schedule and sticking to it





9.a       I prefer talking a while and then thinking to myself about the subject

9.b       I prefer talking freely for an extended period and thinking to myself at a later time





10.a     I prefer thinking about possibilities

10.b     I prefer dealing with actualities





11.a     I prefer being thought of as a thinking person

11.b     I prefer being thought of as a feeling person




12.a     I prefer considering every possible angle for a long time before and after making a fairly              quick and firm decision

12.b     I prefer getting the information I need, considering it for a while and then making             fairly quick, firm decision




13.a     I prefer inner thoughts and feelings others cannot see

13.b     I prefer activites and occurances in which others join




14.a     I prefer the abstract or theoritical

14.b     I prefer the concrete or real





15.a     I prefer helping others explore their feelings

15.b     I prefer helping others make logical decisions





16.a     I prefer change and keeping options open

16.b     I prefer predictability and knowing in advance





17.a     I prefer communicating little of my inner thinking and feeling

17.b     I prefer communicating freely my inner thinking and feelings





18.a     I prefer possible view of the whole

18.b     I prefer the factual details available





19.a     I prefer using commonsense and conviction to make decisions

19.b     I prefer using data, analysis and reason to make decisions





20.a     I prefer planning ahead based on projections

20.b     I prefer planning as necessities arise, just before carrying out the plans





21.a     I prefer meeting new people

21.b     I prefer being alone or with one person I know well





22.a     I prefer ideas

22.b     I prefer facts





23.a     I prefer convictions

23.b     I prefer verifiable conclusions




24.a     I prefer keeping appointments and notes about commitments in notebooks or in appointment             books as much as possible

24.b     I prefer using appointment books and notebooks as minimally as possible (although I may             use them)




25.a     I prefer discussing a new, unconsidered issue at length in a group

25.b     I prefer puzziling out issues in my mind, then sharing the results with another person





26.a     I prefer carrying out carefully laid, detailed plan with precision

26.b     I prefer designing plans and structures without necessarily carrying them out





27.a     I prefer logical people

27.b     I prefer feeling people





28.a     I prefer being free to do things on the spur of the moment

28.b     I prefer knowing well in advance what I am expected to do




29.a     I prefer being the center of attention

29.b     I prefer being reserved





30.a     I prefer imagining the nonexistent

30.b     I prefer examining the details of the actual





31.a     I prefer experiencing emotional situations, discussions, movies

31.b     I prefer using my ability to analyze situations





32.a     I prefer starting meetings at a prearranged time

32.b     I prefer starting meetings when all are comfortable or ready
































































































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