Discover What Makes You Tick

Self-awareness is vital for creating a successful life and business. Our easy Tick Test will help you discover what makes you tick.

How?

A picture of "the real you" will emerge, as your intro-extroversion results are divided into three parts — thinking, social, and emotional. These are linked to your IQ factor.

In no time at all you'll get a concise and helpful portrait of yourself.

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Name:
  
Gender:
Male Female
Age Group:
Education Level:
Ethnicity/Race:
Do you listen to Internet radio?
Yes No
Do you shop for music on the Internet?
Yes No
Has the Internet helped to improve your knowledge and understanding of music?
Yes No
   
Select the best description to your response for each of the following situations:
1. A friend has borrowed a favorite book of yours. You've asked your friend to return it but your friend has failed to return the book. What do you do?
 
You tell your friend how important the book is to you and ask your friend to return it as soon as possible.
You end the friendship because he or she has disrespected your feelings.
You forget about it because the friendship means more to you than the book.
You ignore your friend until the book is returned.
   
2. A supervisor has given you a career-making project. What do you do?
 
You worry it was really meant to go to someone else, but give it your best try.
You take a deep breath, brainstorm, and apply yourself to a workable schedule.
You push it under the rug. You figure you'll work it out subconsciously.
You resolve to work at it 14 hours a day, cutting your sleep time in half.
   
3. You're eating alone at a restaurant and a well-groomed diner at another table pleasantly smiles at you. What do you do?
 
You fidget with your napkin and avoid eye contact.
You stare the person down and ask what their problem is.
You ask your waiter to find out about the diner.
You smile in return and inquire if you've met before.
   
4. A favorite aunt has failed to invite you to a highly anticipated holiday dinner. What do you do?
 
You prepare your own meal to cheer yourself up, then try to forget about it.
You call to see if she's all right, and ask if there's anything you can do.
You call your aunt and drop hints that your feelings are hurt.
You call your aunt and angrily denounce her for not inviting you.
   
5. Your partner snores at night. What do you do?
 
You make sarcastic jokes about snoring, and hope your partner will get the hint.
You express concern and suggest medical treatment.
You threaten to move out. You just can't take it anymore.
You throw a pillow over your head and try to block out the noise.
   
6. You're playing tennis with a friend, who is beating you badly. What do you do?
 
You make a last ditch effort to score some points.
You blame yourself for being such a klutz.
You do your best and hold your head up high. Next time you'll do better.
You suspect that he or she is trying to humiliate you, and vow to switch tennis partners.
   
7. Your best friend has just lost their job. What do you do?
 
You fret that you'll be axed next.
You propose a trip to Disneyland to help distract him or her.
You sympathize and offer help in finding a new job.
You wrack you brains over why he or she was fired.
   
8. It's 3:00 in the morning and your neighbor is playing their music system full blast. What do you do?
 
You furiously bang on the wall and shout, "Keep it down!"
You leave a note on their door in the morning.
You turn up your own stereo, and play "Flight of the Bumblebee" at full volume. Two can play this game.
You go knock on their door and ask them to turn the music down.
   
9. You're in the back seat of a car and the driver is speeding. What do you do?
 
You laugh and suggest joining the Indy 500, hoping the driver will get the hint.
You close your eyes and hope for the best.
You plan to get out at the very next stop — if you get that far.
You say you feel uncomfortable and insist they slow down immediately.
   
10. You suspect the plumber has over-charged you. What do you do?
 
You angrily confront the plumber and demand an explanation.
You carefully review the bill with a third-party expert.
You automatically refuse to pay.
You pay, then bad-mouth the plumber to your neighbors.
   
Select the closest description of yourself in relation to each of the following statements:
11. I write with originality.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
12. I dislike surprise test questions and prefer knowing what to expect.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
13. I try not to exaggerate personal experiences.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
14. I have difficulty controlling myself when angry.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
15. I engage in theoretical and reflective thought.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
16. I prefer to have a theory or principle explained rather than studying it myself.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
17. I hide my disappointments.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
18. I shed tears when I see a sad commercial or hear a sad story.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
19. I spend my free time reading poetry, stories, or plays.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
20. I am not interested in discussions of The Ideal Society.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
21. When people disappoint me, I refrain from saying anything.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   
22. I get emotional when I argue.
  Almost Always Frequently Occasionally Rarely Almost Never Doesn't Apply
   

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