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PERSONALITY. An abstract of personal; as, the action is in the personalty, that is, it is brought against a person for a personal duty which he owes. It also signifies what belongs to the person; as, personal property.

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Certain roles require unique traits, a personality test can determine this to some extent.
Mean value of participants' personality test scores was 35.41 ([+ or -]4.52) points.
Participants took the Hogan Personality Inventory, and results showed that there was a relationship between several of the measures of this personality test and job performance as rated by supervisors.
Here, every individual candidate needs support and guidance to be able to effectively perform in the Personality Test. We focus on helping these individuals polish their intermediate skills and boost their confidence to crack the Personality test.
Let me give you an example: personality test for a woman says, "She is very persuasive." It is a great quality for a sales team member.
There have been narrow instances in which asking questions related to psychological conditions and disorders as part of a pre-employment personality test was found to be appropriate.
The team analysed the personality test scores by looking at the "big five" traits - extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism and openness.
"We are planning to distribute invitations for tours and a cup of tea, and it appears that a couple of our enthusiastic volunteers distributed some personality test vouchers in the meantime.
He has the highest certification for administering the Berkman Personality Test; which is not as well known as the Myers-Briggs assessment but is used by many organizations.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge and Stanford University asked each participant to take a five-factor personality test. They then compared the individual's results with the computer's prediction based on Facebook likes.
A: A typical personality test (also called personality assessment) compares a candidate's basic traits with a job's requirements.
It secretly reduces the cut- off marks to 40 through an amendment to the rules, thereby enabling the minister to attend the personality test.