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How to Beat Personality Tests

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A book by C. Alex

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Author: C. Alex
Publisher: Arco Pub
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How to Beat Personality Tests by Alex

  • Jun 22, 2004
This is an excellent work on the intricacies of the human
psyche. The author describes the human being as an amalgum of
innate structure at birth coupled with the sum total of our
experiences. He makes a point of saying that we cannot be placed
into a convenient mould for ease of analysis. Resultingly,
human nature tends to be ignored or marginalized by the thousands
of personality tests used for every purpose and design imaginable. Common category traits are interests, attitudes, intelligence, relationships, moods, accomplishments, values, adjustment, health and derangement-according to the author.
Personality tests are crafted by designing the ideal traits in
perspective hirees and composing questions which elicit the
ideal traits from perspective candidates. In general, candidates
must score well on health, physical and mental states. In addition, the authors cite responsibility, emotional stability, confidence, dominance, objectivity, agreeableness, friendliness,positiveness and extraversion as important secondary
or supplmentary traits. If your objective is to secure a sales position, then you must value persuasiveness as a preferred
aspect of the job. For instance, a person who detests the give and take of persuading people might not want to be a salesperson.
Sentence completion portions of a personality profile seek to
identify extreme personalities or traits. A beauty of this work
is that it provides standard test questions and model answers
of applicants. The purchase is worth the price for a serious
student of human resources personality tests.

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