TAILIEUCHUNG - EQ test

The following test will reveal your emotional reactions to difficult situations and measure your EQ. Each item describes a hypothetical situation. Read through the entire range of responses for each situation and then pick the response that most closely matches the way you would respond. 1. Situation: A friend has borrowed something small, but high in sentimental value. You've asked for your friend to return the item, but your friend has failed to bring it back. | EQ test The following test will reveal your emotional reactions to difficult situations and measure your EQ. Each item describes a hypothetical situation. Read through the entire range of responses for each situation and then pick the response that most closely matches the way you would respond. 1. Situation A friend has borrowed something small but high in sentimental value. You ve asked for your friend to return the item but your friend has failed to bring it back. Your Response r o You give your friend the cold shoulder until he or she returns your item. r o You admit to your friend how important the item is to you and why you would like it back and ask your friend to return the item to you. o You end the friendship. You don t need a friend who disrespects you and your feelings. o You let it go. Friendship is more important than material items. 2. Situation Your long-term partner has ended your relationship and you are upset because you wanted the relationship to continue. Your Response o You immerse yourself in many projects -- maybe you won t think about it. r o You stay home every night and cry about the breakup. o You decide to make the best of it and find healthy outlets for your feelings. o You get involved with someone you don t care about just to be with someone. 3. Situation Your significant other has a habit that annoys you more and more each day. Your Response r o You threaten to leave the relationship if things don t change. r o Live with it You have annoying habits too. o You tell the person what annoys you and why. r o You try to make a joke about it so he or she might get the hint to stop. 4. Situation Your boss has assigned you your first big project and the success or failure of the project could make or break your career. Your Response o You get nervous and pace. Nervous energy helps fuel the process. o You push it aside you ll get to it later. r o You spend the next week planning the project out in careful detail before telling anybody. o You

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