If you've ever had to take a personality test when applying for a job, you're well aware the answers to the questions are far from obvious. The Wall Street Journal put together a list of some of the common questions and what the answers really mean.
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The questions on these personality tests range from seemingly obvious points such as "True or False: I like parties and socials" to the much more ambiguous "On television, I usually prefer watching an action movie than a program about art". The action movie question, it turns out, is actually looking to see if you're more fact-focused or creative.
Unfortunately, you won't find a sure-fire correct way to answer the questions, but knowing what your answers really mean can help you get through your next test. Head over to the Wall Street Journal for a breakdown of the most common personality questions you'll see.
True or False: These Tests Can Tell if You Are Right for This Job [Wall Street Journal]