Psychometric profiling

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Psychometric profiling is a conventional and analytical process of measuring people's mental attributes and behaviour.

It usually involves answering a long series of questions, often with a range of possible responses.

One set of potential responses in a simple psychometric test would be on a scale ranging from Strongly Agree to Strongly Disagree.

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