This emotional intelligence test assesses your emotional quotient through an easy form where you need to choose what is applicable to you to discover the EQ. More information on the topic of emotional quotient and intelligence below the form.

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Instruction: Please select what describes you best!


Do you identify yourself with any of the below?

Section 2 of 2

Instruction: Please select what describes you best!


Do you identify yourself with any of the below?

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

How does the emotional intelligence test work?

This assessment comprises of 34 sentences put in two sections of 17 each. You are asked to choose only the affirmations you feel most apply to you.

There are many areas of emotional life covered in the test such as personal emotions, reactions to feedback, coping mechanisms to stress and negativity and the way we observe and interact with other people.

Each of the sentences has a different importance and when they are all put together they get transformed through the emotional intelligence test in a percentage that reveals the level of emotional intelligence and emotional quotient you are currently at.

This will come together with an explanation of the stage and which are the things you should be doing forward.

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 emotional intelligence?

Is defined as the ability to perceive, evaluate and then control emotions in an efficient manner. It is sometimes said to be an inborn trait but there is enough evidence to confirm that it can be modeled through the way we are brought and as well later in life through personal development or counseling.

The model of Salovey and Mayer proposes four sections of EI: perceiving, reasoning, understanding and managing emotions.

This type of intelligence relates to using emotions and observation to empathize, communicate verbally and non verbally with others, to relieve stress and to manage different situations.

In order for one to be able to succeed with these life tasks there needs to be self and social awareness but also a great management of the self and the relationships.

EI affects the quality of life, from work performance, personal interactions to a series of psychological conditions that can develop on instability of this kind. Nowadays it is also stated that our inability to cope with high levels of stress can lead to physical health impairment.

Measuring the EI or EQ

There are many assessments available in this area but there are also some notorious models such as:

■ the self report of Reuven Bar-On;

■ ability based test Multifactor Emotional Intelligence Scale (MEIS);

■ the Seligman Attributional Style Questionnaire (SASQ) (which is said to screen optimism and pessimism);

■ or the Emotional Competence Inventory (ECI).

How to increase the EQ?

Increasing the emotional quotient shouldn’t be a difficult task for anyone who is willing to commit to serious observation and introspection.

Firstly you should look inside yourself to find how comfortable you feel with expressing emotions, receiving feedback from others and the mechanisms you have built to avoid stress and control anxiety, impulsivity or anger.

You then need to turn to your relationships and see whether you are genuinely interested in listening to people, in understanding the way they behave and trying to predict their reactions.

27 Dec, 2014