Prosocial Skill Test

Do you like to help others in need? Do you make an effort to listen and offer support to friends and family? Do you feel motivated to volunteer your time and skills to support charitable causes? Or, do you help others to maintain a good image in society? Take this  Prosocial Skill Test to know whether you have prosocial skills or not.

What Is Prosocial Skill?

Prosocial skill refers to actions or behaviors that are intended to benefit other people or society as a whole. These behaviors are driven by empathy, compassion, and a genuine concern for the well-being of others.

Prosocial behavior can take various forms and can be exhibited in different situations, ranging from small acts of kindness to more significant efforts to address social issues.

Some characteristics of prosocial behavior include:

  • Offering a helping hand to someone in need, such as helping someone carry their groceries, offering directions
  • Sharing resources, time, or knowledge with others, collaborating on projects
  • Actively listening to someone’s concerns, providing emotional support, and offering advice or encouragement
  • Expecting a return after helping a person in need
  • Often engaging in helping behavior to maintain a good status and impression in the society

Instructions For Taking the Prosocial Skill Test

Below is a list of statements related to an individual’s intent to help another person or prosocial behavior. Please read each statement carefully and rate the extent to which these are relevant to you.

Please note: This test is a self-assessment.

No. of questions – 15