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Many online assessments, such as personality tests, skills assessments or IQ tests, base their results on a comparison between an individual’s score and the average score of others. How do you feel
about being compared to the average of other test scores?
I'm great with it because I always like to know where I stand. It's nice to know if I'm in the middle of the pack, on top or at the bottom.
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