We’re going to ask a few personality test questions about how you see life, what kinds of conversations you like, how you work, etc… We’re looking for the parts of your mind that you don’t have language for… YET.
The best way to get that information is through ‘reverse-engineering’. That means we have to know how you do stuff, and use that information to figure out why you do those things. All of these questions are “forced choice,” which means the test forces you to make a choice between two options. That means you can’t provide context. (For example, “I like doing A when I’m working, but B when I’m relaxing,” etc.)
That’s okay—make the choice that feels the best, makes the most sense, matches up to you the MOST often.