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Name of Examinee: PAUL FARNAO M. AO-WAC Sex: MALE

Birthday: AUGUST 13, 1996 Age: 19 Education: BS PSYCHOLOGY-3RD YEAR

Place of Examination: PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING UNIT (S115-1) Date of Exam: APRIL 19, 2016

Examined by: PASCUA, KEIZWIN CHINAIRE B. Date of Report: APRIL 25, 2016

Test Administered: 16 Personality Factor

BACKGROUND: Paul Farnao M. Ao-wac is a third year irregular student of Saint Louis
University who is currently taking up Bachelor of Science in Psychology. He was inspired
by his mother in pursuing psychology for both of them have the interest in
understanding human behavior. He is aiming to be a registered clinical psychologist in
the future.
Paul was picked to take the 16 personality factor test, an aptitude test which
measures strengths in areas of aptitudes, behavior, skills, and overall personality. This test
is used for personnel selection programs for a variety of jobs and its accurate
predictions of behavior and potential provide businesses with an enlightened
confidence that steers staff selection and individual development.


The subject arrived late for almost 10-15 minutes. It is his first time to be late but he still
looks prim and well-groomed. Prior to the test proper, the subject was seemingly
unease. He keeps on wiping his sweat, he looks so tired and he is gasping in breathing.
He keeps on saying sorry late, traffic kasi. The examiner told him to rest for a while but
he said no okay lang, sige sige lang with a big smile on his face.

During the testing session, Paul was smiling upon receiving the answer sheet
because of the 185 items. In filling the required information on the answer sheet, he was
confused on what is his age and he was observed on counting from year he was born
up to this year. He also asked the examiner if what the date is. As the test was going on,
he was very alert and focused while answering, He exhibited appropriate attention on
the test but in some item he was observed smiling and laughing. Upon reaching the
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problem solving questions, he stops and he first skimmed the questions before he
continues to answer, and again he was smiling. He was able to finish the test within 40
minutes, and he reviewed his answer for 3-5 minutes. He was asked if how is the test and
answered okey lang naman. And he also said that he was been a little bit confused
on the last part of the test. He was now very open and comfortable with the group;
therefore, rapport was very well established.


Raw Factor Sten Qualitative

Scores Description
15 M: Abstractedness 8 High
17 I: sensitivity 7 Above average
21 Q1: Openness to 7 Above average
12 H: Social Boldness 6 Above average
14 O: Apprehension 6 Above average
13 E: Dominance 6 Above average
13 C: Emotional Stability 6 Above average
16 A: Warmth 6 Above average
5 B: Reasoning 5 Below average
11 F: Liveliness 5 Below average
4 Q2: Self-Reliance 5 Below average
6 Q4: Tension 4 Below average
12 L: Vigilance 4 Below average
6 N: Privateness 2 Low
6 Q3: Perfectionism 2 Low
3 G: Rule-Consciousness 1 Low

Paul scored low on the Impression Management (IM) Scale which suggests that
he perceives himself to possess few positive attributes and more negative attributes
than what actually is. He tends to talk about himself readily which is shown in
Privateness. He is genuine, self revealing and forthright. Under Perfectionism, it shows
that Paul leaves more things to chance and he is more comfortable in a disorganized
setting. Role-Consciousness shows that he tends to eschew rules and regulations in
deciding which rule and principles should govern his actions, he also seems to have
elements of need for autonomy and flexibility.
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Vigilance shows that he expects fair treatment loyalty, and good intentions to
others. He tends to feel relaxed and tranquil, he is patient and slow to become
frustrated and his low level of arousal can make him unmotivated, because he is
comfortable thus he may be declined to change or push himself, as seen in tension.
Self-Reliance shows that he prefers to be around with people and like to do things with
others; he is more likely group-oriented person. Liveliness shows that he tends to take life
more seriously. He is quieter, more cautious and less playful. And his reasoning skill shows
that he tends to choose a higher number of incorrect answers.

He tends to have more interest in people and tends to be more comfortable in

situations that call for closeness with other people which is shown in warmth. Emotional
Stability shows that he tends to take life in stride and to manage events and emotions in
a balanced, adaptive way. Dominance shows that he tends to be forceful, vocal in
expressing wishes and opinions even when not invited to do so, and he is pushy in
obtaining what he wants. Apprehension shows that he tends to worry about things, he
sometimes feels apprehensive, insecure and sometimes these feelings are part of his
characteristics. He sometimes initiates social contacts and little bit shy in new social
settings, seen in social boldness.

Under Openness to Change shows that he prefers life to be predictable and

familial even if it is not ideal, sometimes he question the way things are done. He tends
to have more utilitarian focus in terms of judgment which is shown in sensitivity.
Abstractedness shows that he perceived to be more oriented to internal mental
process and ideas rather than to practicalities. He is occupied with thinking,
imagination, fantasy, and often gets lost in thought.


In conclusion, the above mentioned results can be summarized into Global Factors.
Paul obtained High Score in Extraversion Factor which tends him to be people-oriented
and to seek out relationships with others. He is likely to enjoy time spent with people and
find less reward in time spent alone. Paul tends to be energized when around other
people, and he is more prone to boredom when alone, thus Paul is Extrovert. In
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addition, his low score in self-control factors shows inability to inhibit urges, this
unrestrainedness can be reflected in several ways: spontaneity, liveliness, and in
abstractedness. And also a self-control factor shows that he may be flexible in some
responses, there are situations that he is perceived as self-indulgent and irresponsible.

We recommend that even if he is perceived to be lacking self-control, leaves more

things to chance, expedient, nonconforming, tolerates disorder, unexacting and
concrete thinking. He must see things in a more positive ways than to perceive it in a
negative ways. He must read more often to overcome his reading difficulties. He must
also involve himself to a more relaxing, enjoyable, and productive activities that will
influence him to be more open to others.


Cudiamat, Justine Anne F. Moling, Guwaye F.

Daskeo, Ryan Mae D. Padioan, Joanna C.

Longatan, Winnie Palaez, Margarette Lauren M.

Mabry, JaselLianne U. Pascua, KeizwinChinaire B.