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I never heard about EQ or emotional intelligence. I took the test and I wish to thank you for it because I understood two or three important things for my life in general. I will talk about it to my friends and family.
DYLAN - Highbridge

I really enjoyed the last 14 questions regarding emotional intelligence, especially the explanations that go along with them. I made 5 mistakes. I then read your improvement method and I must say it's well done and easy to practice. Why don't they teach this at school? These are the real foundations to succeed in life...
DIETER - Vermont

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How to take this test
1. You have exactly 25 minutes to answer all 50 multiple-choice questions. A timer starts automatically as soon as you begin the test.

2. Answer the questions spontaneously, selecting the option that is closest to your typical behavior in everyday life. If you canít seem to decide between two options, answer the questions according to what your instinct first tells you; intuition is taken into account in this evaluation.

3. Donít forget that the EQ test is currently being used by international companies such as LíOrťal and Metline in their recruitment process. This test evaluates your chances of success at this time. Thus, it is essential that you answer according to your emotions as accurately as possible.

4. This test has two parts. The first part is intended to measure the EQ level of the respondent, while the second part is intended to check how well he/she understands the concept of emotional intelligence. The 14 questions on the second part of the test are situational and non-verbal perception exercises, thus requiring some reflection on the part of the respondent.

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