My issue with premade questionaires are that the answers are premade and defined as well...which means I end up struggling with trying to find an answer that fit. Or in things of complexity like picking out one personality you like better then others from a book, movie etc, because who you would prefer would depend on mood, situation etcWelcome!! Since questionnaire questions aren't your cup of tea...what question (or questions) would you prefer to be asked instead?
And that's why I got issues with questionaires, the answers dont fit the question for me in most cases. Or they ask you to scale things without defining the scale... that's bound to not work, because everyone will interpret the scale differently...and they will then interpret the answers based on their unknown defination of the scale, and what they lay in the answer may not be what you meant
As long as its something I care about, I got no issue having an opinion or make a descisions..its an intregral part of my office rat job, it just need to be informed descisions..and yes my favorite subjects in school was math and science...stuff like book and poem analysis and such where the worst, way to subjective, I could never crack the code...
So what was it you wanted to know?
Lol I know right, cause I been to courses that do those type of tests with an instructor going through it, and it makes a world of difference when you get detailed explanation on how to fill them out.Yesss this is exactly what I wanted to know!
I have such a hard time with questions that as you to scale something. I think the Myers Briggs quiz or something similar was set up entirely that way, and I knew the result wasn't going to fit me because I really struggled with the scale. So I'm with you on that.
Also, office rats unite!!
I’m also a math science person who hates the subjective “reading analysis” type things. I’m also pretty literal so all the “the author was portraying” topics just made me grrrrrr. Because usually the author had been dead for decades or centuries and there is no way they know what they were actually thinking. (Not that I’m overly passionate about that or anything).