Personality Test Reports
Teamglide's Personality Tests analyze the relatively stable and distinctive patterns of behavior that characterize an individual and his or her reactions to the environment. Personality Tests attempt to measure personality traits, states, types, and other aspects of personality (such as self concept).
Personality Analysis test
- The Personality Analysis table displays a brief look at the
- Name - name of the test
- Date - the date the test was scheduled
- Status - the total number of questions in the test
- Time - the length of time taken to complete the test
- Also displayed is the percentage measure of the employee's:
- Extraversion - is sometimes given other names, such as Surgency or Positive Emotionality. Individuals who score high on this factor are outgoing and social. Individuals who score low tend to be shut ins.
- Agreeableness - A person high in agreeableness is friendly and optimistic. Low scorers are critical and aggressive.
- Conscientiousness - Individuals who score high on this factor are careful and diligent. Low scorers are impulsive and disorganized.
- Emotion - often referred to by other names, such as Neuroticism or Negative Emotionality (in these two cases interpretations are inverted, as Neuroticism and Negative Emotionality can be thought of as the opposite of Emotional Stability).
- Intellect - This factor is also often called Openness to Experience. People who score low tend to be traditional and conventional.
Status - the status of the test denotes whether the test was:
Completed - meaning that all questions were answered in the time frame, or if the test was
Incompleted - the employee did not finish the test in the time frame
Verbal score - This measures how good the employee's grammar is, such as following detailed written instructions, spelling, sentence completion and comprehension.
Spatial score - The spatial reasoning score measures the employee's capacity to think about business related items and scenarios in several dimensions as well as to draw conclusions about those items and scenarios from limited information.
Maths score - The mathematical ability score measures the test taker's ability to perform mathematical tasks and to effectively solve given mathematical problems.
You can select the test's name to view further details, statistics and charts regarding the test.
Note: Employers can delete a test result by selecting the delete button in the Action column to the far right of the test to be deleted.
The test selected in the image above was IQ Cognitive Test. On the loaded page, a Cognitive Radar chart, a Cognitive review, Test Stats, Candidate Comparison Chart and a Time Test Chart are shown.
The Cognitive Radar Chart
This chart displays the entire array of the percentages relating to the three (3) categories tested. The area shaded pink, called the Cognitive Analysis, gives a visual of which categories the test subject leans towards. An evenly spread Cognitive Analysis will indicate a more rounded individual.
The Test Stats
This section give you a snap shot of how the employee has performed in this test. It also shows whether the overall performance was satisfactory, or how much (in percentage) the employee has to improve on their performance.
The Cognitive Review Chart
On the upper right side of your screen shows the Cognitive Review Chart. The information given in this graph is a break down of the employee's scoring.
- Raw Score - this is the amount of questions the employee answered correctly. The total raw score shown in the image below is 22, which can be seen in the Circular Vector Chart. The percentage displayed above the total raw score is the product of the raw score, divided by the total number of questions in the test, multiplied by 100. The raw scores and percentages for each category which the Cognitive test measures are also displayed.
Below the chart, a description of each category tested is displayed.
The Candidate Comparison Chart
On the bottom center left of your screen shows the Candidate Comparison Chart. The chart shows where your candidate scored compared to ideal scores for this test and lower than average performance.
- Candidate Score - this score is represented by the dark-blue dot, which shows area the employee actual performance in comparison to the ideal and below average score.
- Ideal Score - this score is represented by four (4) aquamarine dots, which shows area on the chart where you would want the employee ideally score.
- Below Average Score - this score is represented by four (4) orange dots, which shows area on the chart where you would not want the employee score.
The Time Test Chart
On the bottom right of your screen shows the Time Test Chart. This Chart shows the user time on each questions in (seconds) represented by a light-blue line. Long vertical gaps can be an indicator that the user struggle with some questions.