Does the prospect of taking a risk make you panic, or does it send a thrill down your spine? Everyone has a different level of comfort with taking chances. Among others things, risk-taking preferences are influenced by past experience, environment, and potential for reward. However, even under similar conditions, two individuals could easily display discrepant risk-taking behavior, providing evidence for the considerable role of personality in risk-taking. The questions on this test are designed to determine your level of comfort with risk-taking, and how it could affect your career.
To determine your propensity to take risks, answer the following questions honestly. If a given situation does not apply to you, select the answer that corresponds best to your conceivable reaction to that situation.
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