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Test Descriptions & Sample Reports

Assessment of Multiple Intelligences
AMI - R (Assessment of Multiple Intelligences - Revised)
Based on the work of Howard Gardner, will assess the manner in which a person learns best and will identify which specific type of intelligence an individual possesses and how it can be used to his or her advantage.
No. of questions: 55 Question type: Situational, self-report
AMPM - R3 (Advanced Multidimensional Personality Matrix - 3rd Revision)
This full version of the AMPM test (Advanced Multidimensional Personality Matrix) is based on the Five Factor Model credited to Costa, McRae, and Goldberg and includes five main factors, broken down further into several more specific elements.
No. of questions: 175, plus additional Question type: Situational, self-report
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AMPM - Ab - R2 (Advanced Multidimensional Personality Matrix Abridged - 2nd Revision)
This abridged version of the AMPM test (Advanced Multidimensional Personality Matrix) is based on the Five Factor Model credited to Costa, McRae, and Goldberg. Five factors are covered in the test, also known as the “Big Five” personality traits.
No. of questions: 75Question type:  Self-assessment, situational, multiple choice
Assertiveness test
ARS - R2 (Assertiveness Rating Scale - 2nd Revision)
This test determines whether a lack of assertiveness skills may hold a person back from fulfilling his or her potential and reaching his or her goals.
No. of questions: 35 Question type: Self-report
Analytical Reasoning Test
ART (Analytical Reasoning Test)
This analytical aptitude test assesses inductive and deductive reasoning skills. Verbal and quantitative reasoning skills are important in business decision-making and IT analytical aptitude, among other areas.
No. of questions: 82 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing (arithmetic, logical reasoning)
Career Advancement test
CADVP - R (Career Advancement Profile - Revised)
Developed to evaluate how prepared a person is for an advancement in his or her career. It will provide information on whether an employee has the attitude, traits, and behaviors needed to move up the ladder.
No. of questions: 46 Question type: Situational, self-report
Career Motivation test
CAMOP - R2 (Career Motivation Profile - 2nd Revision)
Motivation can be considered one of the keys to success, and employees are motivated by different factors. Finding out what motivates your employees can help you create an environment they can thrive in.
No. of questions: 102 Question type: Situational, self-report
Careprovider test
CAPAP (Careprovider Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile)
This test assesses whether the personality traits and skills a person possesses match those required to excel in this challenging but rewarding career of compassion and responsibility.
No. of questions: 114, plus additional (if applicable) Question type: Situational, self-report
Careprovider abridged test
CAPAP - Ab (Careprovider Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile - Abridged)
This shortened version of the Careprovider Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile assesses whether the personality traits and skills a person possesses match those required to excel in the Caregiving field.
No. of questions: 57 Question type: Situational, self-report
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CAPSAT - R (Creativity & Problem-Solving Aptitude Test - Revised)
This test was developed to evaluate whether a person's attitude towards problem-solving and the manner in which he or she approaches a problem is conducive to creative thinking.
No. of questions: 36 Question type: Situational, self-report
Concentration test
CAT - R (Concentration Ability Test - Revised)
This test assesses how well a person is able to concentrate on a task and whether he or she has a well-developed repertoire of strategies to apply himself or herself when he or she really needs to.
No. of questions: 21 Question type: Situational, self-report
Call Center Customer Service Rep Test
CCCSRT (Call Center Customer Service Rep Test)
This test will assess whether a person has the attitudes, aptitudes and personality to work as a customer service representative for call centers.
No. of questions: 137 Question type: Situational, self-report
view sample report - Childcare Aptitude Profile
CHAP (Childcare Aptitude Profile)
This test assess whether a person has the necessary skills and traits to be a professional nanny.
No. of questions: 143 Question type: Self-assessment, situational, multiple choice
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CLAA - R2 (Clerical Aptitude Assessment - 2nd Revision)
This test assesses whether the personality traits and skills a person possesses match those required to excel in the Clerical field.
No. of questions: 175 Question type: Self-assessment, situational, skill testing
Communication Skills test
COMSA - R2 (Communication Skills Assessment - 2nd Revision)
Communicating with others is an essential skill in business dealings and work relations. This test will assess whether a person is able to communicate and listen effectively.
No. of questions: 38 Question type: Self-report
Collision Repair and Refinish Technician test
CORRTA - R (Collision Repair and Refinish Technician Assessment - Revised)
Assesses the unique blend of characteristics needed to thrive in this field. Of primary importance are possessing relevant knowledge, being able to get along and function with colleagues, dealing well with customers, and having
a good work ethic.
No. of questions: 96 Question type: Situational, self-report
Coping Skills test
COSA - R2 (Coping Skills Assessment - 2nd Revision)
Everybody is exposed to stressful situations, both positive and negative. The following test assesses a person's coping skills and his or her predominant methods of coping with stress.
No. of questions: 64 Question type: Self-report
Customer Service test
CSP - R3 (Customer Service Profile - 3rd Revision)
A career in Customer Service requires strong people skills and the ability to adapt well to stress. This test will assess whether the personality traits and skills a person possesses match those required to work in this field.
No. of questions: 194 Question type: Self-assessment, situational, multiple choice
Coaching & Trainability Attitude Assessment
CTAA (Coaching & Trainability Attitude Assessment)
Coachability is no longer limited to athletes. This test will assess whether a person is coachable - willing to learn, and accept feedback, criticism, and direction.
No. of questions: 62 Question type: Situational, self-report
DISC Personality Profile
DISCPP (DISC Personality Profile)
Structured according to the well-known assessment, this version of DISC is an in-depth work personality profile based on four main factors: Dominance, Influence, Supportiveness, and Conscientiousness.
No. of questions: 193 Question type: Self-assessment, situational
Detail Orientation test
DOT - R (Detail Orientation Test - Revised)
Are you good at taking care of the little things? This test will assess whether an individual has the patience, focus, and willingness to be meticulous.
No. of questions: 26 Question type: Self-assessment
Driving Personality test
DPP - R2 (Driving Personality Profile - 2nd Revision)
A person's driving personality could pose a danger, not just to himself or herself, but others as well. This test will assess whether an individual's attitude and behavior behind the wheel could be problematic.
No. of questions: 68 Question type: Situational, self-report
Employee Attitude and Personality Test
EAPT - R (Employee Attitude and Personality Test - Revised)
This test is an overarching assessment of a person's work personality profile and provides an excellent means of evaluating how a person may be best suited to fulfill a company's vision.
No. of questions: 85 plus additional questions (if applicable) Question type: Self-report
Entrepreneurial Aptitude test
EntAP (Entrepreneurial Aptitude Profile)
A number of people don't fit into the existing corporate molds. Driven to achieve, they work best when they're on their own, as entrepreneurs. This test will identify whether a person has the characteristics that typically demonstrate entrepreneurial potential.
No. of questions: 131 Question type: Self-report
Entrepreneurial Personality test
EPA (Entrepreneurial Personality Assessment)
Provides information about which aspects of a person's personality are well-suited for owning a business, and which aspects could be problematic.
No. of questions: 60 Question type: Self-report
Franchisee test
FPP - Ab (Franchisee Personality Profile - Abridged - general version)
There are both positive and negative aspects to becoming a franchisee. This test evaluates how well a person's personality and attitudes fit the ideal franchisee profile.
No. of questions: 110 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Franchisee fast food test
FPP - AbF (Franchisee Personality Profile - Abridged - fast food version)
This assessment evaluates how well a person's personality and attitudes fit the ideal franchisee profile for a
fast-food restaurant.
No. of questions: 140 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Franchisee hotel test
FPP - AbH (Franchisee Personality Profile - Abridged - hotel version)
This assessment evaluates how well a person's personality and attitudes fit the ideal franchisee profile for a
hotel franchise.
No. of questions: 171, plus additional (If applicable) Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Franchisee restaurant test
FPP - AbR (Franchisee Personality Profile - Abridged - restaurant version)
This assessment evaluates how well a person's personality and attitudes fit the ideal franchisee profile for a
restaurant franchise.
No. of questions: 174, plus additional (If applicable) Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Goal-Setting Skills test
GSSA - R (Goal-Setting Skills Assessment - Revised)
Goal-setting is an important component of success. This test will evaluate whether a person's attitude and behavior in relation to goal-setting are conducive to success.
No. of questions: 31 Question type: Self-report
Hairstylist test
HAPAP (Hairstylist Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile)
Known to be one of the most competitive businesses, finding success in the hairdressing industry isn't an easy task. This assessment will evaluate whether a person has the skills and traits to be successful in this field.
No. of questions: 79 Question type: Situational, self-report
Hairstylist test abridged
HAPAP - Ab (Hairstylist Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile - Abridged)
This condensed version of the Hairstylist Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile will evaluate whether a person has what it takes to be successful in this field.
No. of questions: 57 Question type: Situational, self-report
IT Aptitude test
ITAPAP - R (IT Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile - Revised)
This test is designed to assess certain aspects of a person's Work Habits, Work Attitudes and Analytical Skills that pertain to success in a career in the IT industry.
No. of questions: 133 plus additionall (If applicable) Question type: Situational, self-report, IQ
Losus of Control test
LCAST - R2 (Locus of Control & Attribution Style Test - 2nd Revision)
This test assesses whether a person believes that he or she has on impact on and can control what happens in his
or her life.
No. of questions: 35 Question type: Situational, self-report
Leadership test
LEAP - R2 (Leadership Potential Assessment – 2nd Revision)
Determines whether a person possesses the personality traits that characterize good leaders, and looks at what techniques he or she would utilize if given a leadership position.
No. of questions: 100 Question type: Situational, self-report
Logic IQ Test
LIQT - R2 (Logic IQ Test - 2nd Revision)
This test is designed to test logic and mathematical IQ using numerical patterns, geometric patterns and logic
word problems.
No. of questions: 20 Question type: Numerical and word problems
Listening Skills test
LiSI - R (Listening Skills Inventory - Revised)
The ability to hear is typically innate, but the ability to listen well is a skill that must be developed and practiced. This test will assess how attentive a person is to a speaker, and whether he or she is an active participant in the listening process.
No. of questions: 54 Question type: Situational, self-report
Management Skills and Styles test
MANSSA - Ab (Management Skills and Styles Assessment - Abridged)
This test assesses whether a person possesses the personality characteristics, capabilities, and attitudes that are conducive to good management.
No. of questions: 186 Question type: Situational, self-report, IQ
Management Skills and Styles test
MANSSA - R4 (Management Skills and Styles Assessment - 4th Revision)
This extended version of the test will assess whether a person possesses the personality characteristics, capabilities, and attitudes that are conducive to good management.
No. of questions: 391 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Emotional Intelligence test
MEIQ - HR (Multidimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient - Human Resources Version)
Emotional intelligence has been linked to professional success. This test evaluates the numerous aspects that make up emotional intelligence.
No. of questions: 115 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Emotional Intelligence test
MEIQ - R9 (Multidimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient - 9th Revision)
An emotionally intelligent employee and/or manager can be an asset in any company and field. MEIQ - R9 will assess 5 key competencies.
No. of questions: 221 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill-testing, image-based
Multi-dimensional Intelligence Test
MIT - R (Multi-dimensional Intelligence Test - Revised)
This IQ test measures several factors of intelligence, namely logical reasoning, math skills, language abilities, spatial relations skills, knowledge retained and the ability to solve novel problems.
No. of questions: 109 Question type: Numerical, verbal, image-based
Verbal Intelligence Test
MVIT - R (Multidimensional Verbal Intelligence Test - Revised)
Word "smarts" makes up part of what is collectively known as intelligence. This test will assess how verbally intelligent a person is. Please note, however, that it is meant for those whose first language is English.
No. of questions: 60 Question type: Vocabulary, analogies, word puzzles
Negotiation Aptitude test
NAPA - R (Nursing Aptitude and Personality Assessment - Revised)
Nursing is one of the most physically, emotionally, and psychologically demanding fields - but it also has the potential to be very rewarding, both on a personal and altruistic level. NAPA assesses whether a person has the traits needed to succeed in nursing.
No. of questions: 265 Question type: Self-assessment, situational, multiple choice
Negotiation Aptitude test
NAP (Negotiation Aptitude Profile)
Being able to negotiate effectively is a good skill to have in your repertoire, particularly when it relates to the business world. This test will assess whether a person has a knack for deal-making.
No. of questions: 186 Question type: Situational, self-report, memory, mental speed
Non-verbal IQ Test
NVIQT - R2 (Non-verbal IQ Test - 2nd Revision)
This non-verbal IQ Test will measure a person's intellectual ability. It is designed to test IQ while minimizing cultural or educational biases.
No. of questions: 20 Question type: Image-based
Organization Skills Test
ORSKIT - R (Organization Skills Test - Revised)
Evaluates how well developed a person's organization skills are in terms of time management, neatness, self-motivation, cognitive organization and strategies.
No. of questions: 52 Question type: Situational, self-report Estimated completion time: 25-30 minutes
Retail Sales test
RESALE - R (Retail Sales Evaluation - Revised)
Assesses whether the personality traits and abilities a person possesses match those required to be a successful
retail salesperson.
No. of questions: 119 Question type: Situational, self-report
RiskTA (Risk-taking Assessment)
RiskTA - R (Risk-taking Assessment - Revised)
Everyone has a different level of comfort with taking chances. This assessment is designed to determine a person's level of comfort with risk-taking, and how it could affect his or her career.
No. of questions: 54 Question type: Situational, self-report
Sensitivity to Criticism test
SCRT - R (Sensitivity to Criticism Test - Revised)
This test is designed to assess whether whether an individual becomes defensive in response to
constructive feedback.
No. of questions: 60 Question type: Situational, self-report
Self-Esteem test
SEA - R2 (Self-Esteem Assessment - 2nd Revision)
This test is designed to evaluate an individual's general level of self-esteem and assesses whether his or her self-image could use some improvement.
No. of questions: 79 Question type: Self-report
Security Guard Career Test
SGCT - R (Security Guard Career Test - Revised)
Whether it involves protecting merchandise, buildings or people, a job in security takes more than just physical strength and courage. This test assesses whether the personality traits and abilities a person possesses match those required to succeed in a career in security.
No. of questions: 61 Question type: Situational, self-report
Spatial IQ Test
SIQT - R2 (Spatial IQ Test - 2nd Revision)
The SIQT assesses a person's ability to mentally manipulate 3D objects, which has significance in everyday life and
in the workplace.
No. of questions: 10 Question type: Image-based
Success Likelihood test
SLPro - R2 (Success Likelihood Profile - 2nd Revision)
This test will assess whether there are any potential psychological obstacles that could limit an individual's likelihood for success.
No. of questions: 44 Question type: Self-report
Store Manager test
SMAPAP (Store Manager Aptitude Personality & Attitude Profile)
People skills, a responsible and driven personality, the ability to think logically and other characteristics are assessed in this test.
No. of questions: 127 Question type: Situational, self-report, knowledge/skill testing, logic
Salesperson Personality test
SPPP - R4 (Salesperson Personality Profile - 4th Revision)
Designed to assess certain aspects of a person's personality and skills that could help him or her land a successful career in sales, and to identify areas in which he or she may need additional training.
No. of questions: 180 Question type: Situational, self-report, memory, skill testing, image based
Social Personality and Skills test
SPSA - R (Social Personality & Skills Assessment - Revised)
Although most people naturally pick up the abilities necessary for good social skills during socialization, some do not. This test will assess whether a person's social skills are helping or hindering his or her interactions with others.
No. of questions: 75 Question type: Situational, self-report
Team Role Profiler
TEAMRP (Team Role Profiler)
Putting together the perfect team is a matter of finding people with complementary strengths. TEAMRP is designed to assess a person's aptitude for teamwork, and identifies the type of role(s) he or she is best suited for.
No. of questions: 43 Question type: Self-report
Time Management test
TIME - R (Time Management Evaluation - Revised)
This test will assess whether an individual employs effective time management strategies and habits, and how his or her approach may be helping or hindering his or her work performance.
No. of questions: 31 Question type: Self-report
Team vs. Individual Orientation Test
TIOT - R2 (Team vs. Individual Orientation Test - 2nd Revision)
This test will assess what a person's work orientation is, along with some possible reasons why he or she leans towards this preference.
No. of questions: 86 Question type: Situational, self-report
TMAT (Telemarketing Agent Test)
TMAT - R (Telemarketing Agent Test - Revised)
Assesses whether a person possesses the personality, attitude, and skills needed to succeed in the telemarketing branch of sales.
No. of questions: 177 Question type: assessment, situational, verbal exercises
Values test
VaPro - R4 (Values Profile - 4th Revision)
This assessment is loosely based on the theories of Allport, Vernon and Lindzey, and on Holland's Vocational Interest Types. The test determines the personal and work values that matter most to an individual.
No. of questions: 184 Question type: Situational, self-report
Vocational Style & Personality test
VoSPA - R (Vocational Style & Personality Assessment - Revised)
Assesses a person's interests, values, and preferences surrounding his or her career. It will provide information about what motivates and interests a person, and offers career suggestions that best suit his or her profile.
No. of questions: 260 Question type: Self-report
Vocational Style & Personality test for students
VoSPA - ST - R (Vocational Style & Personality Assessment - For Students - Revised)
Assesses a student's interests, values, and preferences surrounding his or her potential career. It will provide information about what motivates and interests the student, and offers career suggestions that best suit his or her profile.
No. of questions: 259 Question type: Self-report
Work Accident Likelihood test
WALA - R (Work Accident Likelihood Assessment - Revised)
Assesses whether a person's personality, attitudes, and behaviors might cause him or her to take unnecessary chances or be blind to the risks inherent in everyday life.
No. of questions: 72 Question type: Situational, self-report
Work Integrity Screening
WINS (Work Integrity Screening)
This test provides information on whether a person is likely to behave with integrity and professionalism in the workplace.
No. of questions: 85 Question type: Self-assessment, situational
Work Integrity Test
WINT - R3 (Work Integrity Test - 3rd Revision)
This test is intended to provide supplemental information on a person's potential for dishonest behavior in the
work environment.
No. of questions: 157 Question type: Self-assessment, situational
Warehouse Worker Aptitude Test
WWAT - R (Warehouse Worker Aptitude Test - Revised)
WWAT assesses whether a person possesses the right skills and personality for a
warehouse position.
No. of questions: 76 Question type: Self-assessment, situational, multiple choice
Therapy & Counseling Assessments
Anger Management test
AMQ - R2 (Anger Management Questionnaire - 2nd Revision)
Being angry in certain situations is not only completely natural but also necessary. This test will assess how a person deals with anger-inducing situations of various intensity and significance.
No. of questions: 42 Question type: Situational
Anxiety test
AnxSyS – R2 (Anxiety Symptom Screener -2nd Revision)
While moderate anxiety can be limiting, severe anxiety can be crippling. This assessment is designed to determine whether a person presently has, or is at risk for developing an anxiety disorder.
No. of questions: 42 Question type: Self-report
MDD, BPD, GAD, PTSD, SUD, PD
BMHE - Ab (MDD, BPD, GAD, PTSD, SUD, PD)
Based on the DSM – 5, this test screens for six major mental health disorders, including Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Substance Use Disorder, and Panic Disorder.
No. of questions: 60 Question type: Self-report
MDD, BPD, GAD, PTSD - Revised
BMHE - R (MDD, BPD, GAD, PTSD - Revised)
This test screens for Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, as outlined in the DSM-5.
No. of questions: 49 Question type: Self-report
Brief Mental Health Evaluation - Teen version
BMHE - T (Brief Mental Health Evaluation - Teen version)
This test, designed for teens, screens for several mental health disorders covered in the DSM-5, including Attention Deficit Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Anorexia, and Bulimia.
No. of questions: 89 Question type: Self-report
Brief Mental Health Evaluation - Revised
BMHE 8 Dg - R (Brief Mental Health Evaluation - Revised)
This mental health assessments screens for eight disorders, including Major Depressive Disorder, Manic Episodes, Panic Disorder, and Generalized Anxiety Disorder.
No. of questions: 87 Question type: Self-report
Burnout test non-service fields
BSS - NSF - R2 (Burnout Symptom Screener - For Non-Service Fields - 2nd Revision)
This assessment will assess whether a person is at risk of developing burnout. This test is designed for people in industries other than service.
No. of questions: 45 Question type: Self-report
Burnout test serice fields
BSS - SF - R2 (Burnout Symptom Screener - For Service Fields - 2nd Revision)
This assessment will assess whether a person working in the service industry is at risk of developing burnout.
No. of questions: 42 Question type: Self-report
Depression test
DepSyS - R (Depression Symptom Screener - Revised)
This assessment is designed to determine whether a person presently has, or is at risk for developing a depressive disorder. It also evaluates along whether his or her mindset makes him or her more prone to depression.
No. of questions: 101 Question type: Self-report
Emotional Eating test
EMEBA (Emotional Eating Behavior Assessment)
This assessment is designed to assess a person's tendency to eat for reasons other than hunger. It will evaluate the underlying reasons for overeating.
No. of questions: 149 Question type: Self-report
Emotional Intelligence test
MEIQ - R7 - Ab (Multidimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient - 7th Revision - Abridged)
The condensed version of MEIQ – Ab evaluates the numerous aspects that make up emotional intelligence, defined as the ability to deal with one's own and other people's emotions. This can be used as a valuable tool in therapy.
No. of questions: 156 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Emotional Intelligence test
MEIQ - R7 (Multidimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient - 7th Revision)
People with high emotional intelligence tend to be more successful in life than those with lower EIQ. This abridged version will evaluate several aspects of a person's emotional intelligence and will suggest ways to improve it.
No. of questions: 234 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Emotional Intelligence test
MEIQ - R9 (Multidimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient - 9th Revision)
An emotionally intelligent employee and/or manager can be an asset in any company and field. MEIQ - R9 will assess 5 key competencies.
No. of questions: 221 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill-testing, image-based
>PsyHP (Psychological Hardiness Profile – Therapy Version)
PsyHP - R (Psychological Hardiness Profile - Revised - Therapy Version)
evaluates three key factors that form the basis of psychological hardiness, and assesses whether a person is able to deal with setbacks and hardships.
No. of questions: 45 Question type: Self-assessment, situational, multiple choice
Surgical Weight-Loss Psychological test
SWLPS - R3 (Surgical Weight Loss and Psychological Screening - 3rd Revision)
The SWLPS is designed to assess personality factors, coping mechanisms, and mental as well as physical health issues to ensure appropriate pre and post-operative care for Bariatric Surgery.
No. of questions: 147 Question type: Situational, self-report
Type A Personality Profile
TAPP - R2 (Type A Personality Profile - 2nd Revision)
TAPP assesses whether a person possesses the hallmark behavioral characteristics of the Type A Personality.
No. of questions: 73 Question type: Self-assessment, situational, multiple choice
MHA – 9 Dg – R2
MHA – 9 Dg – R2
This test screens for nine disorders, including Major Depressive Disorder, Manic Episodes, Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and adult Attention Deficit Disorder.
No. of questions: 131 Question type: Self-report
Athletic Assessments
Athlete Competition Evaluation for 10-13 year olds
ACE (Athletic Competition Evaluation for 10 - 13 year olds)
ACE assesses whether a player possesses the personality traits and characteristics needed to succeed in a sport. This test is intended for 10-13 year olds.
No. of questions: 113 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Athlete Competition Evaluation for 14+ year olds
ACE (Athlete Competition Evaluation for 14+ year olds)
ACE assesses whether a player possesses the personality traits and characteristics needed to succeed in a sport. This test is intended for players 14 and older.
No. of questions: 130 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Athlete Success Evaluation for adults individual
ASE Individual - R (Athlete Success Evaluation for adults - Revised)
This test will assess whether a person possesses the characteristics and traits required to succeed as an athlete in individual sports.
No. of questions: 85 Question type: Self-report, situational
Athlete Success Evaluation for adults team
ASE Team - R (Athlete Success Evaluation for adults - Revised)
This test will assess whether a person possesses the characteristics and traits required to succeed as an athlete in
team sports.
No. of questions: 101 Question type: Self-report, situational
Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation for adults
BASE - R2 (Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation for adults - 2nd Revision)
Used to determine whether a baseball player has the psychological make-up of an elite performer. Equipped with this knowledge, professional scouts for baseball and other team sports can gain greater insight and understanding into which players can be both a physical and mental competitor.
No. of questions: 105 Question type: Self-report, situational
Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation for 10-13 year olds
BASE (Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation for 10 - 13 year olds)
BASE assesses whether a player possesses the personality traits and characteristics needed to succeed in the sport of baseball. This test is intended for 10-13 year olds.
No. of questions: 113 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation for 14+ year olds
BASE (Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation for 14+ year olds)
BASE assesses whether a player possesses the personality traits and characteristics needed to succeed in the sport of baseball. This test is intended for players 14 and older.
No. of questions: 113 Question type: Situational, self-report
College Athlete Success Evaluation - Individual Sports
CASEI - R (College Athlete Success Evaluation - Individual Sports - Revised)
College athletes are often under a lot more pressure than professional athletes - it takes a certain type of person to succeed in this area. This test will assess whether a person possesses the traits and skills needed to succeed in individual college sports.
No. of questions: 123 Question type: Situational, self-report
College Athlete Success Evaluation - Team Sports
CASET - R (College Athlete Success Evaluation - Team Sports - Revised)
To succeed, college athletes need to both a mental and physical competitor. This test will assess whether a person possesses the traits and skills needed to succeed in college team sports.
No. of questions: 140 Question type: Situational, self-report
Football Athlete Success Evaluation for adults
FASE - R (Football Athlete Success Evaluation for adults - Revised)
FASE assesses whether an aspiring football athlete possesses the mental edge that can help him or her succeed in
this sport.
No. of questions: 204 Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing, memory, IQ
Hockey Athlete Success Evaluation for adults
HASE - R (Hockey Athlete Success Evaluation for adults - Revised)
This test will assess whether a person has the traits and skills needed to be a physical and mental competitor as
a hockey player.
No. of questions: 155 Question type: Situational, self-report
Soccer Player Success Profile
SPSP - R (Soccer Player Success Profile - Revised)
It requires more than physical skill and stamina to succeed in soccer. This test will assess whether a person has the traits and skills needed to be a successful competitor.
No. of questions: 151 Question type: Situational, self-report
360 Assessments
EES 360
EES 360 (Employee Engagement Survey)
Individual Sample Report - Team Sample Report
The objective of EES 360 is to obtain a snapshot of an employee's current attitude toward their work, their job, and the organization. It offers management insight into the organizational "vibe" and brings to light job issues that they may not be aware of.
No. of questions: 22 Question type: Self-assessment and rating scale
EIQ 360
EIQ 360 (Emotional Intelligence Quotient)
Individual Sample Report - Team Sample Report
The objective of EIQ 360 is to allow an individual to gain insight into how he or she handles emotions as well as interpersonal situations. Emotional intelligence has been shown to have an impact on personal as well as professional success.
No. of questions: 14 Question type: Self-assessment and rating scale
MANSSA 360
MANSSA 360 (Management Skills and Styles Assessment)
Individual Sample Report - Team Sample Report
MANSSA 360 offers managers an opportunity to rate their own performance and compare it to feedback from employees and direct reports. This can be a humbling experience, but it provides leaders with an opportunity to gain insight into whether their current managerial approach is helping or hindering employees from reaching their full potential.
No. of questions: 31 Question type: Self-assessment and rating scale
PERR 360
PERR 360 (Performance Review)
Individual Sample Report - Team Sample Report
The goal of the PERR 360 is to evaluate different aspects of an employee's performance in order to gain insight into his/her strengths and where improvement is needed.
No. of questions: 70 Question type: Self-assessment and rating scale
TEAM 360
TEAM 360 (Team Effectiveness Assessment Matrix)
Individual Sample Report - Team Sample Report
TEAM 360 allows members of a team to rate each other's performance in a number of different areas. This can provide the team and management with insight into how well the current members work together, and whether there are issues that will need to be addressed in order for the team to perform at its best.
No. of questions: 102 Question type: Self-assessment and rating scale