The Psycap Self Assessment Measures Human Resource Strengths And Cognitive Capacity
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I had a very high score in all areas of the PsyCap self-assessment. The PsyCap self-assessment measures human resource strengths and cognitive capacity mainly in four areas; efficacy, optimism, resiliency and hope. I scored highest in the areas of hope and optimism where I scored 18 points out of 18. The high points in the area of home might be reasonable considering my strong beliefs and perseverance towards achieving my set goals. In addition, I tend to be a very positive person as I am each time expecting a better outcome and this could explain my high score in the area of optimism. I also scored reasonably high in the other two areas of efficacy and resiliency where I got 16 and 17 points respectively. Am a quite resilient and when faced with problems, I am always determined to find solutions to improve my situation. When it comes to efficacy, I put on my best efforts to succeed through a challenging task and get results even though it is not easy all the time. Accordingly, in most cases, I am quite dependable when producing results but at times the pressure becomes too much. Overall, I scored 10 out of 10 which translates to 100%. Therefore, I agree with the PsyCap self-assessment results as the scores accurately define my hopeful, optimistic and resilient personality particularly in the workplace setting.
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