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The detailed factors are used as a base for all the other reports below.
The most widely used global personality report, generated from all your detailed personality traits
An orthogonal way of scoring that ensure the highest precision of your "Big Five" personality type.
Know which Career Orientations fit your Personality.
Correlated from work of Goldberg, Holland and more...
Get your preferred manner to solve problems.
Know your preference to work with other or alone.
Understand your leadership preference
By the short time it take to complete the test (around 10 to 20 minutes)... And all the reports it can generate (4 and soon more)... We try to create the most advanced psychometrics test.
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