Thank you for using BII's formulation of the Emotional Quotient (EQ) survey.
(beta version)

Emotional Quotient (EQ), also known as EI, or EIQ, is a measure of an individual's capability to: (1) recognize their own emotions and those of others, (2) discern their differing feelings and label them appropriately, (3) use emotional information to guide thinking and behavior, and (4) manage and/or adjust emotions to adapt to environments or achieve one's goal(s).



This survey is based on Michael Beldoch's research -- as popularized by Daniel Goleman's work.
EQ Scale
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Thank you for using BII's beta formulation of the Emotional Quotient (EQ) survey.

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Your score suggests a low level of emotional intelligence: People with low emotional intelligence tend to struggle with issues of self-management and the management of their relationships with others. There are several ways to increase your emotional intelligence. If you provided your email, a detailed explanation and some recommendations for improving your EQ are on their way.
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Your score suggests a medium level of emotional intelligence: People with medium emotional intelligence generally have a good grasp of all the qualities that promote self-management and the management of their relationships with others. Still, there is room for improvement. If you provided your email, a detailed explanation and some recommendations for improving your EQ are on their way.
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Your score suggests a high level of emotional intelligence: People with high emotional intelligence are generally developed well above their peers in all the qualities that comprise emotional intelligence. They tend to be comfortable with conflict, know how to deal with emotional situations and are adept at understanding and processing their feelings and those of others.

Despite your high EQ score, you can still improve your emotional intelligence -- to the benefit of you and those around you. If you provided your email, a detailed explanation and some recommendations for improving your EQ are on their way.
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