EPA will provide informa- tion about which aspects of a persons personality are well-suited for owning a business, and which aspects could be problematic.



No. of questions: 60

Question type: Self-report

Estimated completion time: 15 minutes Shorter versions of assessment: N/A Recommended age level: 18+ Qualification Level: Class A

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age, disability)


Report Includes:




Detailed narrative interpretation

Strengths and Limitations

Entrepreneur Personality Type




Factors and Scales:

7 scales:

Self-sufficiency: Ability to make decisions and motivate oneself independently

Conscientiousness: Ability to be organized, efficient and dependable

Drive Orientation: Tendency to be competitive, driven, and impatient versus relaxed, laid-back, and patient

Social Skills: Ability to relate easily and comfortably with people

Optimism: Ability to look on the bright side of things, even in difficult times

Risk-taking: Ability to take chances and handle the inherent uncertainty involved in taking risks

Networking Ability: Ability to make, maintain, and utilize social connections in order to achieve success in business

EPA (Entrepreneurial Personality Assessment)