MEIQ - R9 (Multidimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient - 9th Revision) - Sample Report

Report for: Sam Sample
Completed on: June 13, 2017 at 12:14

detailed results
strengths & limitations

Many conceptions of emotional intelligence are divided into two main interpretations: aspects related to understanding and dealing with one's own emotions, and those related to understanding the emotions of others and handling social interactions. For many prominent EIQ researchers, the construct also includes broader traits such as motivation, interpersonal skills, and other personal attributes (often called a mixed model). We chose to assess this construct using both self-report questions and ability questions.

Overall Score
EQ score = 91
Percentile score = 27


Sam's score on this assessment is reasonably good, but there is some room for improvement. Overall, he is reasonably skilled at understanding and dealing with emotions. Emotional intelligence is not only essential to healthy relationships with others, research has also shown that a healthy EQ contributes to problem-solving ability, leadership ability, goal achievement, and professional success in general. Review the rest of Sam's results to know which areas he needs to work on developing the most - awareness is key to helping him find the motivation to improve.