Psychometric Testing: 1000 Ways to Assess Your Personality, Creativity, Intelligence and Lateral Thinking

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Contents
Introduction1
Section 1 Personality tests5
Personality test one7
Personality test two10
Personality test three13
How confident are you?16
Are you tactful or undiplomatic?23
Laterality33
Are you likely to be a success?42
Are you a risk taker?49
Are you broadminded or prudish?56
Are you anxious or relaxed?64
How strong is your sense of justice?71
Are you a leader or a follower?79
Creativity86
Are you in the right job?92
Are you a saint or a sinner?99
Do you look on the bright side?106
How aggressive are you?114
Are you a night person?122
Are you a shrinking violet?129
Are you imaginative?136
Are you honourable?143
Are you sensual?146
Are you thrifty?148

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