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 How Much Do People Really Like You? 

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3-MINUTE LIKEABILITY TEST

Use our free, science-based online assessment to see how you can be even more likeable
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How Can You Improve Your Likeability?

Do you often wonder just how likeable you are?
Actually, don't we all?

Here's a great way to find out:

  • Anonymous - no email address required
  • 15 quick but research-backed questions
  • Free personalised online report
  • SCARILY accurate results
  • Tips on how to IMPROVE!

But answer these questions with what ACTUALLY applies to you, not what you WANT to apply to you. Your report and your tips will be based on the answers you give!

Instructions

Scroll down the page: there are 15 questions that will appear as you mouse over them: just click to select the answer for each.

Don't worry if a scenario doesn't apply directly to you, just imagine yourself in an equivalent situation.

And remember:

  • Don't over-think it
  • If none apply, pick the closest match
  • Be honest
Have fun and we hope you find it useful!

Great Tips on Using – and Having Fun With – the Test
Question 1
You have arranged to meet someone but you may be late. What do you do?
Late for a meeting
Turn up when you can
Call/text them to say you might be late
Call/text them to rearrange
Make sure you're there regardless
Question 2
You are in a group where everyone is joking around. What do you do?
People joking around
You are usually the one making the jokes
You laugh and take an active part
You sometimes join in
You only join in if you know the group well
Question 3
How often do friends or work colleagues come to you for advice?
Asking for advice
Often
Sometimes
Rarely
You don't like giving advice
Question 4
You are organising a holiday with family or friends. How do you plan it?
Organising a holiday
Ask everyone what they want and try to reach a compromise
You have a good idea what they want and trust your judgment
The planning is usually left to you and the others go along with it
You prefer to leave the planning to others
Question 5
How open are you to suggestions from other people about what you do?
Listening to suggestions
You are generally OK without suggestions
You will listen, but advice is often inappropriate
Quite open, but it depends on what you are doing
Very open - you welcome constructive criticism
Question 6
Which of the following best describes your circle of friends?
Circle of friends
Lots of friends of all types
A few friends that go back a long way
Not many friends - you are pretty self sufficient
Your friendship group changes as you move around
Question 7
Is it OK to tell a lie to gain an advantage?
Keep your fingers crossed
Yes, always - it's a tough world
Not with friends but OK with other people
Yes, if it's justified by what you are getting
Never: once you start, it's a slippery slope
Question 8
Someone you know only slightly asks you for a favour. What is your initial reaction?
Approach for advice
You are generally happy with this because you like helping people
You would be careful to find out exactly what it involves first
You prefer to avoid this if you don't know them
You'd say yes but may change your mind if it got too involved
Question 9
If you see someone you don't know who is struggling with what they are doing, what do you do?
Someone is struggling
Ask if they need help then give it if you can
Smile or commiserate but leave it at that
Don't get involved
It very much depends on who they are
Question 10
You are at an event where you do not know many people. What do you do?
New social group
You get to know a small group of people
You prefer to stay with the people that you know
You freely engage with whoever you meet
It depends on the situation
Question 11
How do you feel about lending money to a friend?
Lending money to a friend
Only if you are sure they are trustworthy
Never: it can go wrong too often
You are more likely to borrow money than to lend it
You would always help out a friend, no matter what
Question 12
When faced with adversity, what do you usually do?
In a difficult situation
Rise to the occasion and enjoy the challenge
Stay as positive as you can
Look to other people for help
You try to focus on other things
Question 13
You are trying to concentrate but someone keeps disturbing you. What do you do?
Annoying person
You don't react as you may hurt their feelings
You show your disapproval but leave it at that
You ask them to stop
It depends who they are
Question 14
How do you think other people rate your abilities?
Rate your abilities
Don't know/don't care
Average to poor
Pretty good
Exceptional
Question 15
A friend calls to discuss a problem but you are watching your favourite TV programme. What do you do?
Watching TV
You say you'll call them back later
You turn off the TV and talk
You pretend there's a problem with the phone
You arrange to see them later for a proper chat


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Likeability Research Sources

The questions, methodology and analysis of results have been developed on the basis of the knowledge and expertise of the Activia Training team, as well as the following resources and articles which have assisted us greatly with qualifying and fine tuning this likeability questionnaire:

Tips To Make You More Likeable And Help You Succeed - Entrepreneur Magazine
13 Traits Of Likeable People - Forbes
Habits Of Likable People - HubSpot
10 Characteristics of Likeable People - Lifehack
Ways To Improve Charisma And Become More Likable - Lifehacker
The 10 Most Common Behaviours Of Likable People - Inc.com
Common Habits Of People Who Are Likable - Business Insider
14 Common Habits Of Likeable People - MSN
[Note: the spelling of "likable" without the middle 'e' is US usage and is not carelessness on out part ...]


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