C-Vat Personality Test

Personality test taken on : 28 December 2010
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I find their analysis very close to my knowledge of myself. Mind you, we do not fully understand ourselves and we need to analyze ourselves now and then. Having friends, a partner and family or belonging to a social group does help you to understand yourself better.
I will highlight those that are not true in red and those true in green

-At a Glance
• Does not like too many work demands, prefers to work at own pace.
• Objective, but may appear detached.
• Empathetic, understanding, helpful and supportive.
Avoids long-term or close interpersonal relationships.
Sees people as nice and friendly, not comfortable to wheel and deal.
• Wants to lead people, has considerable influence over others.
• Expressive, eloquent, artistic or sporty.
• Needs clear and thorough instructions, slow to act when uncertain.

-While at Work
Putting in a lot of effort to meet the demands of work is not Davis’ preference. He does not like to rush around doing things and may feel demotivated if work constantly encroaches on his personal life. Although he does not like excessive work demands, Davis may still be prepared to put in extra effort if it is on a short term basis.

Davis is relatively dependable to deliver results on time. He may sometimes be late in meeting deadlines.

Davis generally will persist with work until it is completed but may at times not complete his tasks.

Davis is able to produce work that is moderately high in quality but he may at times be careless.

Davis is an objective person who is impartial and rational. He speaks factually and often does not involve his own feelings and emotions. He may sometimes be perceived as distant or detached.

Davis is sympathetic and considerate towards others. He is also likely to be tolerant, understanding and forgiving. Davis lends support and offers help readily. He often lends a listening ear to others and is concerned about their welfare. He is also charitable.

Davis is friendly and outgoing when he is with friends although he may at times prefer to be quiet.

Davis is not one who prefers strong or deep bonds, and avoids close interpersonal relationships. He is reluctant to form attachments, preferring to keep people at a distance. He prefers relationships to remain casual and superficial. -Unless when it comes to LOVE relationships.

Davis is moderately serious about his responsibilities and selectively takes ownership of his work.

Davis is moderately concerned with prestige, rank and reputation.

Davis sees people as friendly, reliable and honest but he is not gullible. He is trusting most of the time but may not believe what people say when he has the hunch. He tends to be unsuspecting of people’s behaviour and motives. He is uncomfortable when he has to wheel and deal.

Courage, vigour and initiative are some of the hallmarks of Davis’ character. He wants to lead direct and guide people in a certain direction. Because Davis is confident, forward thinking and visionary, he commands respect and has considerable influence over others. He is able to harness the support of people.

Davis is as keen to explore abstract concepts when the topic appeals to him and he is as interested to discuss theoretical issues as the average person.

Davis puts in effort to plan ahead some of the times. He may at times not be as detailed in his planning.

Davis has a flair for words and is creative. He probably has multiple language ability and expresses himself very well. Not only is Davis eloquent, he is probably also artistic and/or sporty. He is demonstrative and dramatic.

Being one who needs clear and thorough instructions before he can proceed on action, Davis resists when conditions are uncertain. He does not adapt easily to changes unless he has the ultimate decision making power. He will most likely dare not to make rash decisions for other people especially when he is tasked to do the work for others. Before he embarks on a new project, expect Davis to find out more and probe deeply.


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