Emotional Intelligence Scoring

Scoring Summary 

EQ scores are produced from raw scores obtained from subscales based on factorial components of emotional intelligence.  Raw scores are converted to standard scores with 100 as the mean and standard deviations set at 15 points.   An emotional intelligence score helps to predict "success" in life.  It reflects one's current coping skills, one's ability to deal with daily environmental demands, one's degree of common sense, and, ultimately, one's overall mental health.

 

Total EQ Scale Score:  This score gives a general indication of how emotionally and socially intelligent you are; it encapsulates how successful you are in coping with environmental demands and presents a snapshot of your emotional well being. This score provides only a general indicator and should be interpreted in light of the following EQ subscales. 

The BarOn Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i) has five composite scales subdivided into fifteen content scales

Intrapersonal: this scale assesses the inner self.

    • Emotional Self-Awareness:  the ability to recognize one's feelings. 
    • Assertiveness:  the ability to express feelings, beliefs, and thoughts and defend one's rights in a nondestructive manner. 
    • Self-Regard:  the ability to respect and accept oneself as good.
    • Self-Actualization:  the ability to realize one's potential capacities. 
    • Independence:  the ability to be self-directed and self-controlled in one's thinking and actions and to be free of emotional dependency.

Interpersonal:  this scale assesses interpersonal skills and functioning.

    • Empathy:  the ability to be aware of, to understand, and to appreciate the feelings of others.
    • Interpersonal Relationships: the ability to establish and maintain mutually satisfying relationships that are characterized by intimacy and by giving and receiving affection.
    • Social Responsibility:  the ability to demonstrate oneself as a cooperative, contributing, and constructive member of one's social group.

Adaptability:  this scale assesses how successfully a person copes with environmental demands by sizing up and dealing with problematic situations.

    • Problem Solving:  the ability to identify and define problems as well as to generate and implement potentially effective solutions.
    • Reality Testing:  the ability to assess the correspondence between what is experienced and what objectively exists.
    • Flexibility:  the ability to adjust one's emotions, thoughts, and behavior to changing situations and conditions.

Stress Management:  this scale assesses the extent to which people are able to withstand stress without falling apart or losing control.

    • Stress Tolerance:  the ability to withstand adverse events and stressful situations without "falling apart" by actively and positively coping with stress.
    • Impulse Control:  the ability to resist or delay an impulse, drive, or temptation to act.

General Mood:  this scale assesses the ability to enjoy life, to feel content, and to be positive about the future.

    • Happiness:  the ability to feel satisfied with one's life, to enjoy oneself and others, and to have fun.
    • Optimism:  the ability to look at the brighter side of life and to maintain a positive attitude, even in the face of adversity.

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