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Prevue Report
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Ms. Angela Wilkinson
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Prevue Benchmark
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Abilities
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Total Person Description
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Individual Traits
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Working With People
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Spontaneous / Conscientious
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Emotional / Stable
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Validity
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  • 1. Prevue HR Systems Inc. © 2011 Karstens Prevue Report Individual on Ms. Angela Wilkinson Thursday, June 05, 2014 Serviced By:
  • 2. Prevue Benchmark Angela Wilkinson 2 Prevue HR Systems Inc. © 2011 Abilities General Abilities 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 High Working With Numbers 10 High Working With Words 9 High Working With Shapes 7 High Motivation/Interests Working with People 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 High Working with Data 10 High Working with Things 8 High Personality Diplomatic 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Independent Cooperative 9 Competitive Submissive 8 Assertive Spontaneous 5 Conscientious Innovative 5 Conventional Reactive 6 Organized Introvert 10 Extrovert Self-Sufficient 10 Group-Oriented Reserved 10 Outgoing Emotional 10 Stable Restless 10 Poised Excitable 9 Relaxed Frank 10 Social Desirability
  • 3. Total Person Description Angela Wilkinson 3 Prevue HR Systems Inc. © 2011 Note: The Total Person is a combination of all the elements you completed in your Prevue Assessment. You have superior verbal and numerical skills, combined with above average spatial skills. Assignments that involve reading and writing will be easy for you. You should excel at any kind of paperwork and creating written material. You are also able to do challenging numerical assignments such as designing complex spreadsheets and advanced data tables. You are almost as proficient in tasks that require mental manipulation of shapes and objects. These could include reading blueprints, interpreting graphs, and following moderately difficult diagrams. Overall, you have superior, versatile skills. You should learn quickly and perform well at almost any task in the workplace. You are intensely interested in people, data, and material objects such as tools or equipment. Because of your excellent motivation when working with all three major factors in the workplace, you should enjoy a wide range of occupations. In a computer context, you would likely exert yourself to do well in communications, data management, and use of graphic software. You are highly assertive and competitive. You willingly put forth your own views, and have no fear of confrontation or controversy. In pursuit of your goals, you will show little concern for others and may be uncooperative with those who do not share your views. As a decisive leader, you are driven to succeed and will work hard to reach your goals. You generally operate within established policies and procedures. When necessary, however, you can be flexible and innovative. You are less flexible in the area of scheduling, as you prefer to have a plan with a fair degree of detail. This is a strong combination: you have the consistency and time management that is the foundation of productivity for most organizations, while at the same time you can adapt to unusual needs or changing circumstances. You require continual social stimulation and only rarely do you feel a need to be by yourself. Extended periods of solitude will be frustrating for you. Often wanting to be in the spotlight, you will usually lead any discussion but you are not inclined to take the role of leader all the time in every activity. You enjoy meeting new people and exploring new ideas. You often act impulsively and long-term assignments must include variety or else you will lose interest. You will not tolerate a great deal of monotony and you will thrive on challenging assignments, particularly if these contain an element of risk. You tend to think that few worthwhile goals can be achieved without challenges or setbacks. Consequently, you are able to remain positive and rational, even in dire circumstances. Your objectivity also helps you to take criticism well. Even when the criticism is personal or unjustified, you are able to control your irritation and embarrassment. You are relaxed and cope so well with pressure that some might misinterpret your lack of excitability as indifference. If your plans are disrupted or your proposals turned down, you can shrug off rejection and continue with your work. Whether you are required to give a fast response to a crisis or methodical attention to a routine task, you will perform effectively under pressure. You accept people as they present themselves and easily give them your trust. Less scrupulous people may attempt to exploit this easy trust and your remarkable patience. Ideally, you should work on demanding, high pressure, long-term projects that require dealing with people openly and objectively.
  • 4. Individual Traits Angela Wilkinson 4 Prevue HR Systems Inc. © 2011 NOTE: The individual traits on the following pages are descriptions of your characteristics as determined by the Prevue Assessment. The 1 - 10 scoring scale used throughout the Prevue Assessment is called a sten scale. Sten simply means the standard tenth of a normal bell curve. Approximately 16% of the population would have sten scores in the 1 - 3, and 16% in the 8 - 10 ranges. The other 68% of the population will score in the middle ranges 4 - 7. General Abilities You are quicker and more accurate in reasoning skills than the majority of the employed population. Your associates would describe you as generally quick to learn and able to absorb new information easily. You are likely to be very efficient and able to deal well with change in your working requirements. 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Working With Numbers You show an extremely high capacity for Numerical reasoning when compared with other employees. You are quicker and more accurate than the majority of workers when reasoning with information derived from simple numbers. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Working With Words This indicates a well above average level of ability to use language as a vehicle for reasoning and problem solving. You are extremely quick and accurate in your language skills. 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Working With Shapes Your score places you at the higher end of the mid-range of scores in spatial ability. You have a high level of speed and accuracy when reasoning with information that involves thinking about manipulating shapes and objects. 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  • 5. Individual Traits Angela Wilkinson 5 Prevue HR Systems Inc. © 2011 Working With People You are likely to be very interested in work that involves considerable contact with people. This may be at a complex level rather than just making contact. Scores in this range indicate you are unlikely to feel satisfied in jobs in which interaction with people does not play a significant role. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Working With Data You have an extremely high level of interest in working with data. People like you are often interested in data for its own sake and they enjoy working with figures, symbols, statistics, accounts and language. You would not likely to enjoy a job that did not provide some opportunity for this type of work. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Working With Things You have an extremely high level of interest in work that involves inanimate objects such as machinery, tools and equipment. 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Diplomatic / Independent You are independent and have a strong desire to reach goals. This is accompanied by a willingness to argue and debate and a determination to express your point of view. Such people can be skeptical and hard-headed at times. 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Cooperative / Competitive You describe yourself as a very competitive, goal-oriented person. Although such people have a strong individual need to win, they seldom participate as part of a team. 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Submissive / Assertive You are often straightforward, assertive and outspoken. Your preference is to take control. You usually respect other opinions, yet are unafraid of confrontation. 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  • 6. Individual Traits Angela Wilkinson 6 Prevue HR Systems Inc. © 2011 Spontaneous / Conscientious You balance the need to do things well in the quickest possible way while staying within the rules. This leads to solutions that are innovative without implementing radical changes. Such people are quite dependable, adaptive and innovative. 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Innovative / Conventional You are balanced in your attitude toward change and innovation. While happy to be working in a traditional manner and following the rules, you can be flexible and will accept change when necessary. 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Reactive / Organized Being reasonably well organized and able to work in a controlled manner, you can also be quite spontaneous. You are able to respond very well to some unpredictable events. 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Introvert / Extrovert You are a very sociable and talkative person who seeks excitement. In fact, you may be happiest when the center of attention, seeking out people for fun, entertainment, company and stimulation. Others will see you as a very high-spirited and impulsive individual. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Self-Sufficient / Group-Oriented You are a very sociable person who seeks out an active environment where you can meet lots of people. You can be found in noisy, lively places at the center of things. You are happiest working in situations where you spend most if not all of your time interacting with other people. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Reserved / Outgoing You are an outgoing, talkative individual who needs to be the center of attention. As such, you enjoy a risky, action-packed, and challenging life. You act impulsively and quickly become bored with repetitive work. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  • 7. Individual Traits Angela Wilkinson 7 Prevue HR Systems Inc. © 2011 Emotional / Stable As a stable and untroubled person, you typically accept people at face value. You accept criticism and are untroubled by setbacks. You are very secure and hardy, and can remain relaxed even under considerable stress. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Restless / Poised You readily shrug off criticism. You are poised and able to cope with most situations in life without getting upset or irritated. You have a rational approach to life and accept that few things in life proceed without challenge or setback. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Excitable / Relaxed You are a relaxed and trusting person, who remains calm under stress. You cope well in high-pressure jobs. Typically you are not unduly bothered by things that go wrong. 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Social Desirability This very high score indicates that you may present a socially acceptable, rather than an objective picture. You usually will present a positive image that conforms with social expectations. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  • 8. Validity Angela Wilkinson 8 Prevue HR Systems Inc. © 2011 VALIDITY INTRODUCTION: The rules for identifying patterns of responses in the Personality Section of the Prevue Assessment which might be "invalid" include systematic, but non-meaningful response patterns, omissions and excessive use of the "B" answer option. Systematic, but non-meaningful response patterns occur when the distribution of the responses differ from the norm and are considered unusual. The omission rule occurs if more than three responses are omitted in a given scale, making the results appear more average than they are. The "B" answer rule is affected by the total number of "B" responses selected. You had a choice of an "A", "B", or "C" for every question in the Personality Section of the Prevue Assessment. The second option, the "B" choice, is always an unsure or in-between answer. VALIDITY COMMENTARY: The total number of "B" responses that you chose in the course of completing the Prevue Assessment Questionnaire, including questions that were not answered, was 3. This number of "B" choices is within acceptable levels and the results of the Personality section of this report had meaningful response patterns. Therefore the data presented in this Prevue Assessment can be considered accurate and reliable. The use of the Prevue Assessment will help to ensure that you are treated fairly without regard to race, colour, religion, sex or national origin. The Prevue Assessment was designed and developed to conform with the human rights legislative and best practice requirements prevailing in the various countries where the Prevue Assessment is distributed. This includes the EEOC Guidelines, the Americans for Disabilities Act and the standards for test development and administration published by the American Psychological Association, the British Psychological Society and the Association of Test Publishers.

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