11 Questions - by: Tom Ritchie - Developed on: - completed 19,321 times - 4.33 out of 5 - 6 votes
Ever wondered what type of entrepreneur you are? Richard Branson? Alan Sugar, or someone else? As part of the Student Enterprise project, we are encouraging students to have a bit of fun finding out what entrepreneur they are most like? Doing this will help you see your entrepreneurial strengths as well as areas you can develop through our Enterprise Skills Award programme. Answer the eleven questions below to find out!
10 Questions - by: AllTheTests.com - Developed on: - completed 12,507 times - 3.06 out of 5 - 16 votes
The most important question to evaluate yourself when you are thinking of start a business is ask "Am I the type?" You will be the most important employee in your business. It is more important that you rate yourself objectively as a business manager than how you rate any prospective operator of your own small business, acknowledge that you are weak in certain areas and cover the deficiency by either retraining yourself or hiring the personal traits important to a business manager. Instructions: Read each question and click on one of the suggested answers. Respond by marking the answer that most accurately describes your behavior, feeling or attitude as it actually is, not as you would like it to be, or think it should. You must be absolutely honest with yourself in order to get a valid score.
Time limit: t < 10 min - by: Lavi - Developed on: - completed 4,901 times - 3.07 out of 5 - 130 votes
Do you have what it takes be an entrepreneur? Take this quiz and find out! It will test you for the abilities you need to be an entrepreneur: Passion, Risk-Taking, Recognizing opportunity, locus of control, and Disaster-Recovery.
Time limit: t < 10 min - by: Karthikeyan - Developed on: - completed 5,426 times - 3.69 out of 5 - 32 votes
The first question you should answer when you are thinking of going into business is 'Am I the type?' You will be your most important employee. It is more important that you rate yourself objectively than how you rate any prospective employee. Appraise your strengths and your weaknesses. As a prospective operator of your own business, acknowledge that you are weak in certain areas and cover the deficiency by either retraining yourself or hiring someone with the necessary skill. The questions in this test indicate to what extent you have the personal traits important to a business proprietor.