Increase your chances of being called for a job interview
We help you visualize your personality, your values and your job interest in a clear report. The report gives you a good basis for writing a personal letter but can also be attached as a certificate in an application. The content of the report describes your strengths and highlights specific areas that you should tell more about in an application. The report is easily created by answering a series of questions in the form of an inventory.
The inventory is developed by Professor Martin Bäckström (active at Lund University) who has conducted research on personality inventories for over 20 years. The report has high credibility with employers, which can increase your chances of being called for an interview.
You have the right to dispose of the report and can reuse it as often as you like. After completing the inventory, you are allowed to perform a new test at the earliest after six months. In order to maintain high security and credibility with employers, the inventory must be validated and reissued every six months. The test cannot be re-validated if it has been more than two years since you last took the test – you must then undergo a new test.
The inventory takes about 30-40 minutes to complete and you can take breaks without affecting the result. When you are done, you can generate a report that is ready to be printed or attached to your email when you apply for a job.
Do an inventory and generate your report for free. Good luck with your job search!
Find your strengths
Meipso’s inventory is based on research and gives a credible profile of who you are. Meipso has chosen to focus on your clearest areas of interest, what you value most in a job and give a positive image of how you want to work. Our inventories comprises three parts and results in the clear report that you can use when writing your personal letter and or want to certify your personal profile.
All three parts of the inventories take approx. 30-40 minutes to complete. You can take pauses and carry out the inventories at your own pace. The response summary is not affected by time or any interruptions.
Part 1, personality
The inventory contains over 800 statements in five areas. At each test, you have to take a stand on just as many statements about you as are required to be able to give a fair picture of your personality, often around 200-250 is required.
The purpose of the inventory is to describe where you have your strengths in terms of personal qualities, such as how outgoing or competitive you are. The results of the inventory are summarized in the report and contain both graphs and unique descriptive text about you in the various areas. The report highlights the positive sides of your properties.
Part 2, interest
The inventory consists of approx. 90 questions that all need to be answered. You are asked to indicate how well different statements fit you. The purpose of the inventory is that it should be clear what you are interested in, for example if you want to work with people, have a creative job or if you want control over what the days will look like.
Part 3, values
The inventory consists of 53 questions, all of which must be answered. You answer in accordance with how important it is that the company and the job are permeated by these values, for example to what extent the employee must be able to support himself. The purpose of the inventory is to clarify which work values you think are important, for example that you are rewarded for merit or the management is clear with criticism. Some values apply to the job more specifically, while others are about how the company acts in the outside world.