DiSC® profile questionnaires

DiSC® profile questionnaires

Everything DiSC questionnaire on mobile

DiSC® measures your personality and behavioral style. It does not measure intelligence, aptitude, mental health or values. DiSC profiles describe human behavior in various situations. People often wonder just what the DiSC questionnaire or survey looks like. You can see examples below.

Everything DiSC tests

This online questionnaire takes only about 15 to 20 minutes to complete and includes approximately 80 items. It uses a rating scale (strongly disagree to strong agree) people are responding to a phrase instead of a single word. Everything DiSC Workplace and all other Everything DiSC profiles use this form of survey.

The scoring on eight scales is done electronically.

Everything DiSC adaptive testing example

Reading skill level

There is no time limit for completing the questionnaire, making it possible for people requiring more time to complete the assessment without need of any special adaption or modification.

Flesch Reading Ease score: 74.2
Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 4.7

tie-breaker questions

Computerized adaptive testing

This form of testing responds to the test taker and the questions presented are adapted according to how previous questions were answered. Some people will get a few more questions, or different questions, depending on how they answered earlier ones. Wiley has found that it is 32% more accurate than DiSC Classic forced-choice test.

What are styles?

“A style is a set of typical response patterns that are expected from a person. However, that doesn’t mean that a person can only exhibit that pattern. For instance, an individual who has been assessed and located in the D quadrant will demonstrate more dominant behaviors and preferences than the average person, but will also, from time to time, show behaviors and preferences that are associated with the other three quadrants.”

Source: The Everything DiSC Manual

See also: What does DiSC® measure?

DiSC Classic tests

This is an example of one of the questions people are asked to answer. You’ll see 28 boxes containing four words each. In each box, you’re asked to choose one that is most like you and one that is least like you (forced-choice). Consequently, you’ll review a total of 112 words.

sample DiSC profile question - forced choice

Scoring on four scales is done electronically or by hand, depending on the version of DiSC Classic taken. Many assessments based on the DISC theory use forced-choice testing even though it is not as accurate as computer adaptive testing.

If you’re not sure which assessment you want to use with your self, your staff or your clients, see Which DiSC® to Use? or 10 Reasons to use Everything DiSC instead of DiSC Classic.

Other versions of DISC

If you’re using another version of a DISC assessment, you’re likely to see fewer questions and results that have not been as rigorously researched and tested. See Which DiSC is DiSC? Different DISC tests explained and DiSC® Research, Reliability and Validity Studies.

Why choose Everything DiSC?

 

The DiSC profile reports

If you’re curious about what the final reports look like, see these examples:

The free comparison report is available only with the Everything DiSC profiles.

by Kristeen Bullwinkle and the DiSCProfile.com team

 

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12 Comments

  1. V.ANAND RAM 6 years ago

    I would be interested in using the basic version with students in the leadership course I teach here at IIM,Bangalore

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      The DiscProfile.com team 4 years ago

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  4. Joseph L 3 years ago

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      The DiSCProfile.com team 2 years ago

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  5. Author
    The DiscProfile.com team 3 years ago

    There is a partnership program with Wiley for selling their Everything DiSC products. You can learn more at http://www.everythingdisc.co.uk/Disc-Personality-Assessment-Become-a-Partner.aspx.

  6. Cricket Lane 7 months ago

    I am looking for a definition list of the words on the DiSC Classic to provide for students taking the assessment – Do you have anything like that available?

    • Author
      The DiSCProfile.com team 7 months ago

      We do not offer a listing of the words on the DiSC Classic and their meanings. However, if your students have trouble with English, DiSC is available in other languages. Or you could use Everything DiSC Workplace which uses phrases instead of single words so tends to be easier to understand (and it’s more accurate). The Personal Development Paper Profile also uses phrases instead of single words and is self-scored. Find it at https://www.discprofile.com/products/personal-development-profile/.

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