Personality++ (FREE)

This questionnaire* is FREE when accessing a full cognitive profile of an individual!

The scientific questionnaire consist of six modules, 71 questions, and takes 20 minutes to complete. It captures important and unique variables beyond the big five personality traits. The tool is an excellent complement to the cognitive test. Always remember that questionnaires are highly subjective, with low validity on the individual, descriptive level. Content;

  • Big five personality traits
  • Empathy
  • Social style
  • Level of impulsivity
  • Cognitive and emotional regulation


Personality traits (Big five, short version)

Five factor is the dominating questionnaire in personality psychology.  The outcome is a profile based on five main perspectives.

Extraversion – A higher score indicates an individual who thrive off interaction with others while a lower score indicates a tendency to perform well under a specific setup with higher degree of isolation.

Openness – A higher score indicates an individual who is willing to learn new skills and tools while a lower score indicates a tendency to keep old patterns and sticking to what is known.

Agreeableness – A higher score indicates an individual who is easy to be at service of others while a lower score indicates a tendency to focus on their own improvement rather than that of the team.

Conscientiousness – A higher score indicates an individual who is keen to get their work done while a lower score indicates a tendency to need more focus and attention to the task at hand.

Neuroticism – A higher score indicates an individual who easily gets worked up while a lower score indicates a tendency to be stress resilient.


Indicates perspective taking, empathic concern and personal distress. These areas shows the individuals tendency to focus on themselves, focus on others and/or to take on the perspectives of others.

Social style

Indicates the individual’s social ability, how they interact with others, what their focus is in the social interaction and their focus on details.

Level of impulsivity

Indicates the level of attention, level of activity and level of impulsivity. This segment captures the individuals ability to organize, conclude tasks, and direct their focus on what’s on hand.

Cognitive and emotional regulation

Indicates general attention, emotional regulation and sociability.


About Personality++

This self-rating questionnaire capture several aspects of personality as well as general strengths and weakness that relate to cognition. The measures are normally distributed in the population, which means that most people are somewhere in the middle while some are in the lower or higher ends of the scales. There is no “good” or “bad”, just different profiles that are more or less suitable for different assignments.

Many of the questionnaires are used in health-care, meaning they are highly valid and reliable. This also mean they might appear somewhat scrutinizing, however, they also mirror behaviors in the normal working population that are important for understanding the cognitive style of a particular individual.

These measures are subjective measures that are complementary to the objective cognitive tests.  The two form a good supplement to each other and are recommended to by used side by side, for instance in a recruiting situation. If you have any doubts regarding interpretation of the results please consult our guide or contact the support.


BFI‐10, HP5i, IRI – Empathic Concern and Personal Distress, Autism Spectrum Quotient (AQ), Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale