HUMAN NEEDS TEST

This test of the six human needs was created by Cloe Madanes and  Tonny Robbins

Test of the six human needs

Every statement must be graded as: “No,” “Partly,” or “Yes.”

Honestly grade each statement:

“Yes,” for “yes, this is really me.”

“Partly” for this is partly how I am,” and

“No” for “This is probably not how I am.” (If you don’t know whether it applies, it’s usually best to check “no.”)

 

1. People are impressed by me.

2. Feeling that I “belong” is important to me.

3. I need to feel grounded.

4. I don’t mind taking risks.

5. I don’t fear change.

6. A failure is not a failure if you keep trying.

7. I believe in giving back.

8. I’m good at taking care of people.

9. I often worry about what people are saying about me.

10. I like to have as much stability in my life as possible.

11. It’s important to contribute to your community.

12. I like to develop new ideas and projects.

13. I’m security conscious.

14. I like to be an example to others.

15. I’m competitive.

16. I hate the feeling of boredom.

17. I know how to make connections with people.

18. I constantly aspire to improve.

19. Danger is never exciting to me.

20. In most close relationships I’m usually the giver.

21. There is always something new to be learned.

22. I need to feel fulfilled.

23. I frequently evaluate myself.

24. I like for things to be predictable.

25. I am more loving than most people.

26. Recognition is very important to me.

27. I like the feeling of exertion.

28. I’m very careful of not over spending.

29. Education is important to me.

30. I’m a leader.

31. I’m always looking for new experiences.

32. I sometimes over extend myself in trying to help people.

33. My routines and habits are important to me.

34. I take pride in who I am.

35. I like how learning something new changes my perspective.

36. Sometimes the most important work is not what you’re being paid for.

37. I’m not an adventurous person.

38. No one would say that I’m selfish.

39. I tend to spend beyond my limits.

40. I like to feel important.

41. Every failure is a learning experience.

42. I like to learn in order to teach what I learn.

43. I seek unity in my relationship.

44. I like to make a difference

45. I refrain from acting when I’m not sure about all the consequences of my actions.

46. I suffer when I feel blocked.

47. I enjoy suspense.

48. Prestige is very important to me.

49. I’m a romantic.

50. I’m constantly learning.

51. Giving is more important to me than receiving.

52. I like to be Number 1.

53. I hate taking risks of any kind.

54. I like to constantly develop myself.

55. I like to give my time and energy to good causes.

56. I like to be admired by others.

57. I’m proud of my ability to learn new things.

58. We are here to make this world a better place.

59. I like to grow and develop in different areas.

60. Personal relationships are the most important thing in my life.

61. Sometimes I can be intimidating.

62. I often look for new forms of entertainment.

63. I’m concerned about anything that might be risky.

64. Being fulfilled in your work is more important than being admired.

65. I strive to improve my skills.

66. I get close to people by being generous with money, time and energy.

67. I like to think carefully before I go into action.

68. Sometimes I like the thrill of experiencing fear.

69. I need to feel respected.

70. When we stop growing, we die.

71. The feeling of togetherness is important to me.

72. For life to make sense, you have to leave a mark in the world.

73. Feeling comfortable at all times is important to me.

74. I enjoy being involved in many different activities.

75. I’m always comparing myself to others in terms of success.

76. I need to have passion in my relationship.

77. If I’m not contributing to others, my life is meaningless.

78. When making a decision, I often think about what might be more enjoyable.

79. I can’t stand to feel stagnant.

80. I need to feel as safe as possible at all times.

81. If I commit to something, I worry that something better might come along.

82. I never want to be seen as a loser.

83. I don’t care about having much stability in my life.

84. I have a mission.

 

SCORING HUMAN NEEDS QUIZ

The statements on the quiz have been grouped together by Human Need. Each statement on the quiz is associated with a Human Need.

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First work your way through the quiz answering each question. Give yourself the following points for each question:

Yes – 10 points

Partly – 5 pointspage1image1843929216

No – 0 points

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Then check the list of questions for each Need below. This tells you which questions relate to whic

Here are the questions that relate to each need:

Add the scores on the following statements to find your CERTAINTY score, that is, give a score of 10 for every Yes, a score of 5 for every Partly, and a score of 0 for every No:

3 – 10 – 13 – 19 – 24 – 28 – 33 – 37 – 45 – 53 – 63 – 67 – 73 – 80

Add the scores on the following statements to find your UNCERTAINTY/VARIETY score, that is, give a score of 10 for every Yes, a score of 5 for every Partly, and a score of 0 for every No:

4 – 5 – 12 – 16 – 27 – 31 – 39 – 47 – 62 – 68 – 74 – 78 – 81 – 83

Add the scores on the following statements to find your SIGNIFICANCE score, that is, give a score of 10 for every Yes, a score of 5 for every Partly, and a score of 0 for every No:

1 – 9 – 15 – 23 – 26 – 34 – 40 – 48 – 52 – 56 – 61 – 69 – 75 – 82

Add the scores on the following statements to find your LOVE/CONNECTION score, that is, give a score of 10 for every Yes, a score of 5 for every Partly, and a score of 0 for every No:

2 – 8 – 17 – 20 – 25 – 32 – 38 – 43 – 49 – 51 – 60 – 66 – 71 – 76

Add the scores on the following statements to find your GROWTH score, that is, give a score of 10 for every Yes, a score of 5 for every Partly, and a score of 0 for every No:

6 – 18 – 21 – 29 – 35 – 41 – 46 – 50 – 54 – 57 – 59 – 65 – 70 – 79

Add the scores on the following statements to find your CONTRIBUTION score, that is, give a score of 10 for every Yes, a score of 5 for every Partly, and a score of 0 for every No:

7 – 11 – 14 – 22 – 30 – 36 – 42 – 44 – 55 – 58 – 64 – 72 – 77 – 84

 

Books to read:

Relationship Breakthroug by Cloe Madanes and Anthony Robbins

Strategic Intervention Handbook: How to quickly produce profound change in yourself and others by Magali Peysha and Mark Peysha

 

The Six Human Needs (Explanation)

Human Needs Test Results

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