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The Bridge Personality Extended Report

The Bridge Personality Extended Report is much more extensive than the Short Report. In addition to providing scores for the 34 Bridge competencies, the Bridge Personality Extended Report also provides information about the candidate’s Jung Type. In addition, you will find the scores for 8 extra competencies in this report. These 8 competencies can be adjusted in the form of a customised (tailored) report.

Why the Extended Report

The Bridge Personality Extended Report gives you a complete overview of the candidate's personality. The report uses both the Big Five personality traits and the 16 Jung Types. If a candidate completed the test while 'steering' it in a certain direction, you can see from the report which dimension(s) the candidate had doubts about. This way, you know exactly where a candidate wants to develop. Ideal for coaches.

  • Can be ordered as a separate test (per candidate) or via your own account on the Bridge assessment platform
  • Clear and comprehensive personality report
  • Suitable for advice and selection
  • Fully customisable (tailored) report possible: select your desired competencies
  • Gauge whether your candidate was honest during testing
  • Available in 20 languages including Dutch, English, German, French and Spanish.

What does the candidate want to develop? Find out with Normative-Ipsative split technology®

A modern (adaptive) personality test such as The Bridge Personality uses both normative and ipsative propositions. Normative means that the candidate scores a statement on a scale from one to nine (1 = very strongly disagree, 9 = very strongly agree). In this case, ipsative means that the candidate ranks questions from one to six (1 = least applicable to me, 6 = most applicable to me).

By combining normative and ipsative statements, you will gain insight into socially desirable response behaviour and consenting responses up to the level of the personality dimension. Using Normative-Ipsative split technology®, The Bridge Personality Report then provides insight into steering response behaviour. This way, you can see exactly where a candidate has doubts. This doubt often provides valuable information about the competencies the candidate would like to develop. An indispensable tool during the coaching and development of candidates.

The 16 Jung Types

Sample report

The Bridge Personality Extended Report gives scores on 34 competencies, determines the Jung Type of the candidate and gives scores on 8 general competencies. This gives you a complete overview of your candidate’s personality.

This is what our satisfied customers say about us

“The Bridge Personality is a very nice tool to start the conversation with each other.”

Jessica Kuijper, senior P&O policy staff member

ROC Horizon College