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Diagnosis of Tolerance

Tolerance Test

Instruction: There are several questions for your attention, mark the preferred answer.

1. You think that you have an interesting idea, but you did not support it. Are you upset?

a) yes;

b) no.

2. You meet friends and someone suggests starting the game. Which do you prefer:

a) that only those who play well participate;

b) for those who do not yet know the rules to play.

3. Will you calmly accept the news that is unpleasant for you?

a) yes;

b) no.

4. Are you annoyed by people who appear drunk in public places:

a) if they do not cross the permissible boundaries, this does not interest me at all;

b) people who do not know how to control themselves have always been unpleasant to me.

5. Can you easily find contact with people with a profession other than yours, position, customs:

a) it would be difficult for me to do this;

b) I do not pay attention to such things.

6. How do you react to a joke whose object you become:

a) I don’t like the jokes themselves or the jokers;

b) even if the joke is not pleasant to me, I will try to answer in the same manner.

7. Do you agree with the opinion that many people “do not sit in their place”, “do not do their job”:

a) yes;

b) no.

8. You bring in the company of a friend (girlfriend), which (s) becomes an object of general attention. How do you react to this:

a) I honestly feel uncomfortable that in this way attention is distracted from me;

b) I just rejoice for him (her).


9. On a visit you meet an elderly person who criticizes the modern young generation, extols the past. In this case, you:

a) leave early on a plausible pretext;

b) enter into a dispute.

Now write down two points for the answers: 1b, 2b, 3b, 4a, 5b, 6b, 7b, 8b, 9a.

Test classifier

About - 4 points. You are adamant and, excuse me, stubborn. Wherever you are, you may get the impression that you are trying to impose your opinion on others, often without hesitation; To achieve your goal, often raise your voice. It is difficult for your character to maintain normal relations with people who think differently from you, do not agree with what you say and do.

6 - 12 points. You are able to firmly uphold your beliefs. But of course, you can conduct a dialogue, change your mind, if necessary. They are sometimes capable of excessive sharpness, disrespect for the interlocutor. And at such a moment, you can really win a dispute with a person who has a weaker character. But is it worth “taking the throat” when you can win more dignified?

14 - 18 points. The firmness of your beliefs goes well with the great subtlety, flexibility of your mind. You can accept any idea, be sympathetic to a seemingly paradoxical act, even if you do not share them. You are quite critical of your opinion and are able to with respect and tact in relation to the interlocutor to abandon the views that, as it turned out, were erroneous.
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Diagnosis of Tolerance

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