This EQ test allows you to assess your emotional intelligence quotient level through a series of straightforward questions. You can read below the form about how it works and more on the emotional quotient.

Section 1 of 4

Instruction: Please answer all the questions below!


Do you often avoid unpleasant tasks as much as you can, in hope that you might not need to do them?


Do you often manage to acknowledge when you are angry so that you are able to control your behavior?


When you know you need to finish something do you often stay focused and avoid being distracted by any details that might compromise your plan?


Do you frequently seek feedback from others around you?


Do you consider you are overcoming failure easily?


Do you have the ability to observe what bothers people around you?

Section 2 of 4


Do you often have the right attitude when you acknowledge you were wrong, by being the first who recognizes you are mistaken?


Do you manage to listen to other people until the end, so that your conclusions come after having all the data?


Do you frequently choose the quick way of doing something although you are aware of the consequences, rather than check everything thoroughly?


Do you seldom take time to meditate about your place in this world and about your life?


Do you often manage to affirm your feelings and feedback with sincerity, because you are not afraid of them or of other people's reactions?


Do you manage to control yourself if you acknowledge that some of your behavior may bother people around you?

Section 3 of 4


Do you often acknowledge your negative feelings and manage to overcome them without getting angered by them?


Do you often react in a constructive way to the negative feedback you receive from others?


Do you frequently prove the courage to tell someone that is wrong if you acknowledge that?


Do you fully acknowledge your achievements, so that you properly enjoy your success?


Do you manage to calm down yourself when being stressed or angry?


Do you quickly learn other people's personalities so that you predict how people around you may react on certain situations?

Section 4 of 4


If someone would ask you to list the 3 most important strengths you have, would you answer instantly?


Do you manage to actively listen to people around you, so that you fully get the message?


Do you often stay calm and relaxed even in the stressed and tense moments you have?


Do you have the ability to observe which things from your own behavior bother people around you?


Do you easily pass through unpleasant moments you feel?


Do you often fully empathize with other people's feelings, because you can not stay cold on other people's feelings?

Disclaimer: Please note that this test is for entertainment and informational purposes only.

How does this EQ test work?

This assessment helps you test your personality through the level of emotional intelligence. It comprises of 24 questions that refer to the way you control your emotions, what coping mechanisms to stress you have and also the way you interact with other people.

Please note that this form is totally different from the well known IQ test which tests the intelligence.

This reveals the emotional intelligence level, which is linked to feelings and how they are handled by individuals.

All you have to do is go through the questions, fill in your answers, press “Get Results” button then the EQ test will display your results by counting how many of the choices you made indicate the presence of emotional intelligence, then it adds the significance of each answer in order to return you a percentage and emotional quotient together with a short interpretation of the two.

Please remember that this assessment should NOT be considered a substitute for any professional service. Only a licensed professional has the authority to officially diagnose an individual’s personality.

What is EQ?

Despite being left somewhere aside, emotional intelligence is an important component of our lives and can strongly influence the outcome of our actions.

IQ represents the intelligence levels of a person while EQ represents the emotional response we give to what happens around us.

It is our capacity to indentify and assess our own emotions and reactions and also those of people with whom we come in contact. EQ also relates to other concepts like feelings of love, empathy and spirituality.

The levels of EQ count on emotional accuracy and sensitivity and on a person’s capacity to process emotions and acknowledge outer signals related to this area. This type of intelligence has three important components:

■ The first refers to the way an individual was born and the things he acknowledged in the environment he grew up in.

■ The second represents the personal development of an individual and the means a person develops and uses to cope with emotions and reactions.

■ The third and last component refers to the transformation of emotional capacities in time, in the life of the young adult up to the elderly period.

Measuring the EI or EQ

There are many assessments available in this area such as:

■ the Emotional Competence Inventory (ECI;

■ the Multifactor Emotional Intelligence Scale (MEIS);

■ or the Seligman Attributional Style Questionnaire (SASQ).

01 Dec, 2014