Achievement Test

Do you have high dreams and fixed goals that you want to achieve? Are you eager to learn and improve, at any point to achieve something? Are you empathetic to others and eager to help them in their success? Do you take decisions by yourself, or get influenced by others? Take this achievement test to know whether you have a need for Achievement or not.

What is achievement?

Achievement refers to the attainment of some goal, or the goal attained which involves in acquiring knowledge, proficiency, or skill, especially in a particular subject.  Achievement encompasses competence, energization, and direction of behavior toward success. The need for achievement is related to the difficulty of tasks people choose to undertake.

Those with a strong need for achievement tend to have clear objectives, and a willingness to help others to focus better on their own progress and develop a stronger sense of well-being. Some of the characteristics of people with a strong sense of achievement include:

  • Setting a fixed goal and plan that is achievable for the person
  • Asking for feedback and continuously finding ways to improve one’s potential
  • Strong sense of self-esteem and focus 
  • Taking a moderate amount of risks
  • Adapting oneself to any changes in the environment

Instructions For Achievement Test Here

Below is a list of statements relating to an individual’s need for Achievement. Please read each statement carefully, and select options that you find relevant for you.

Please note: This achievement test is a self-assessment and not a diagnostic test.

No. of questions – 15