Assess the Level of your Self-Confidence
Three definitions of confidence are:
assuredness and self-reliance in one’s own abilities;
belief in another person’s trustworthiness or competency;
an agreement that information is not to be divulged, as in the phrase in confidence.
It is the first of these three definitions, self-confidence, that is being assessed in this test.
People with a high degree of self-confidence are, by definition, likely to be assured and self-reliant in their own abilities. Such people, although needing to be wary of over-confidence, will very rarely feel unsure of themselves or be preoccupied with negative self-thoughts. Nor are they likely to put themselves down.
Please be aware that personality assessment is a self-assessment method so the accuracy depends on the honesty/sincerity of choosing statement/option/answer. Moreover all personality assessment result have been determined through research/sampling basis. Sometimes assessment result may be varied with your actual style.
In each of the following choose from a scale of 1–5 which of these statements you most agree with or is most applicable to you. Choose just one of the numbers 1–5 in each of the 25 statements. Choose 5 for most agree/most applicable, down to 1 for least agree/least applicable