Scientific Tests

MV2G IQ Test

The IQ (Intelligence Quotient) test was developed by PhDs. It has been examined by the SRH University of Applied Science Heidelberg.

It is a dynamic test, yielding more than 1 million unique combinations of test questions.

The test measures three aspects of intelligence:

  • Verbal-Logical: Comprehension of similar words or opposites, analogies, relationships and arguments.
  • Mathematical-Numerical: Comprehension of mathematical equations, patterns and numerical relationships.
  • Visual-Spatial: Comprehension of graphical patterns, analogies and visualizations.

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EQ Test

The EQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) test was developed by PhDs. It is a dynamic test, yielding more than 100,000 unique combinations of questions. The test is based on the concept of emotional intelligence popularized by Daniel Goleman.

The test measures these five aspects of emotional intelligence:

  • Self Awareness
  • Self Management
  • Auto Motivation
  • Social Awareness
  • Relationship Management

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Swiss 16 PT Personality Test

The Personality test is based upon the Psychological Types postulated by Carl Gustav Jung. It measures the following dichotomies:

  • Extroversion versus Introversion
  • Sensing versus Intuition
  • Thinking versus Feeling
  • Judging versus Perceiving

It is a dynamic test, yielding more than 100,000 unique combinations of questions.

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Love Style Test

The love test is based on the love style typology proposed by John Lee and extended by Clyde and Susan Hendrick. According to these researchers there are six separate ways of loving:

  • Eros Love: Eros refers to the romantic love that has tremendous passion, physical longing and deep intensity.
  • Ludus Love: Ludus is called game-playing love. There are playful interactions but little intimacy nor deep intensity.
  • Mania Love: This love is full of jealousy and has great intensity. It is common in teenagers.
  • Storge Love: Storge is a friendship-based love. There is strong companionship and shared values but little physical intimacy.
  • Pragma Love: Pragma, refers to practical or logical love in which someone actively searches for a partner with certain characteristics.
  • Agape Love: Agape is the love of altruism, of giving without asking anything in return, and of sacrificing oneself for one's partner.

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