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What's Included

  • "Single Trait Practice" – customized to your needs
  • 219 item Caliper-style personality test
  • Three number series tests (47 items)
  • Two figural analogies tests (40 items)
  • Two matrices test (70 items)
  • Two figural series tests (38 items)
  • Improve your chances to pass the personality test
  • Analysis of 50 traits that employers look for
  • Reveals what employers are looking for in candidates
  • Personalized feedback customized to your job level
  • Know what to expect on test day
  • Bonus: The complete guide to personality tests
  • Secured payment

Please use a desktop computer when using this pack, as the personality practice test is not fully supported on mobile devices.



Prepare for the Caliper Personality Test

Our study guides make the Caliper test less intimidating by showing you examples and explanations of how to answer questions on the test. Moreover, preparing with JobTestPrep can help boost your confidence, improve your understanding of specific traits you may possess, and give you the necessary insight to pass your Caliper personality test. We also offer our "Single Trait Practice" that lets you choose which trait's questions to optimize for your job search.

 "Single Trait Practice"

 Our "Single Trait Practice" for all 50 traits offers the following benefits:

  • You can work on each trait independently at your own pace and as you see fit.
  • You can practice each trait to understand its nature and optimize your answer accordingly on the real test.
  • You can save precious time by practicing only the trait for which you need to optimize your answer.
  • You can use our professional guide to receive the full answer breakdown for each one of the traits.
  • You can optimize the way you present yourself on every aspect of your personality profile.

The purpose of the tests:

The Caliper Test is not a pass/fail test. It gathers information about an individual’s natural strengths, motivators, and potential to succeed in a particular role.

The Caliper assessment is available online and in pen and paper formats. This is a multiple-choice exam with 180 questions. While most applicants spend between two to three hours taking the Caliper personality test, there is no actual time limit. It is essential that you answer every question, as the Caliper test cannot be scored if there are any blank spaces on the answer sheet.


Caliper Personality Test Format

How  To Pass a Caliper Test/Assessment?

You can expect to see many items, each containing four statements. Your task in most of these items is to find the one statement that best reflects your perspective. Other questions will require you to choose the statement that least reflects your viewpoint.

The Caliper test also contains true/false questions, along with many items containing five degrees of agreement, from "strongly agree" to "neutral" to "strongly disagree." It is recommended that you try to view the questions from the eyes of the employer.

The key to passing the Caliper Profile test is to understand the actual meaning of each question in the context of the perceived "fit" that the employer is seeking. The purpose of pre-employment personality tests is to find the best match between the applicant and the company through a building a picture of the applicant’s strengths, motivations, limitations, and potential.

Caliper Assessment Results

 The Caliper assessment results are also known as the Caliper Profile results. Since the test can be used for hiring, to develop potential in current employees, or to build effective teams within a company, there are different ways to interpret the results.

When using it for hiring purposes, employers use the results to see if the candidate is a good fit for the job. The results also provide interview questions and describe how the candidate is likely to perform.

When using the results to develop employee potential, the results are used to see if the employee's position plays to their strengths or their weaknesses.

When an employer wants to build more effective teams, he or she can view the Caliper Profiles of each member of the team to compare strengths and weaknesses. An employer can also see which employees complement each other.




Caliper Profile 

The primary personality skills highlighted in the Caliper test questions are as follows:



  • Assertiveness: direct and straightforward, positive forcefulness
  • Aggressiveness: dominance, control
  • Ego drive: needs to persuade others for personal gratification
  • Empathy: accurately senses the reactions and feelings of others
  • Ego-strength/resilience: able to handle rejection and accept criticism
  • Risk-taking: open to taking necessary risks
  • Urgency: has an inner desire to finish tasks
  • Cautiousness: careful when making decisions


Interpersonal Skills

  • Sociability: possesses the ability and desire to work with others
  • Empathy
  • Skepticism: suspicious, focused on the attitudes of others toward oneself
  • Accommodation: friendly, compassionate, helpful, open to new ideas
  • Gregariousness: outgoing


Problem Solving/Decision Making

  • Idea orientation - developing original and creative concepts
  • Thoroughness - detail-oriented
  • Abstract reasoning - the ability to expand techniques and skills
  • Flexibility - changing approach in accordance with altered circumstances
  • Risk-taking
  • Cautiousness
  • Urgency


Personal Organization/Time Management

  • External structure - sensitive to existing structure and environment
  • Self-structure - self-disciplined, set priorities
  • Thoroughness
  • Urgency
  • Cautiousness
  • Risk-taking

Companies Which Use Caliper Testing

Geico - Management

Kohler - Marketing and Sales Management

WellStar Health System - Directors and Management

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