The Employee Personality Profile (EPP) is a general personality inventory that measures twelve personality traits that provide valuable insights into a person's work styles and how they are likely to interact with co-workers, management and customers. It can be used for any position, and contains position-specific benchmarks that allow administrators to compare an individual's scores against composite profiles to determine likely job fit. The EPP
contains 140 items, takes about 10 minutes to complete, and measures the following traits: Achievement, Assertiveness, Competitiveness, Conscientiousness, Cooperativeness, Extroversion, Managerial, Motivation, Openness, Patience, Self-Confidence, and Stress Tolerance.
Lambda School students work in a number of groups. As we develop the right matching criteria, we’ll use the personality profile to help us identify the best fit for functional, productive groups that provide the best experience for every student.
Web development applicants must take this test. It has no bearing on Admissions and is only used for pairing students in class.