Scoring Steve Scott’s Five-minute Personality Test (Part 1)

1) Total each of the four vertical columns on The Five-minute Personality Test. Make sure you add correctly. Then put the sums at the bottom of the test, next to the letters. (L,O,G,B)

2) The sum of the four columns should be 100. If it is not, you have miscalculated one or more of the four columns.

3) Download and print the Personality Test Scoring Chart.

Click here for the scoring chart

4) Use an “X” to mark your score for each vertical column (L,O,G,B) on the scoring chart and then connect the “X”s with a straight line.

5) Each letter represents a particular personality type.

6) The column with the highest score is your dominant personality type. The lowest is your weakest.

7) While you are a combination of all four personality types, the two types with the highest scores reveal the most accurate picture of your natural inclinations, strengths, and weaknesses.

What does all of this mean?

Go to the next page to review the results.