Basically, they rated me on four different criteria: Energy, Achievement Drive, Initiative and Persistence, and Persuasiveness. Here's the breakdown and a brief summary:
Energy: 9Can't argue with that. A little bit of pressure would definitely alleviate the ridiculous boredom that is the practice of law. Maybe, if someone could shoot at me while I'm working, this paperwork wouldn't be so tedious.
Candidate works quickly, manages time efficiently and excels under pressure.
Achievement Drive: 10Yeah, I might be a wee bit competitive.
Candidate likes to set high goals, measures himself against those goals and works best in situations where there is a clear "winner."
Initiative and Persistence: 8The first two are definitely true, but I'm not sure about the rejection part. I'm getting rejected A LOT and it is absolutely crushing my spirit. Maybe I'd cope better with smaller doses of rejection.
Candidate has a strong commitment to getting things done, pushes himself to the limits of his ability and bounces back easily from rejection.
Persuasiveness: 2Unfortunately, that's me. In general, there are two ways of doing things - my way and the wrong way. The thing is, I have no problem if you want to do things the wrong way. That's your problem, not mine.
Candidate has difficulty convincing others, doesn't put much effort into convincing others and reacts poorly to constructive criticism.
Candidate will have above average production and desire to succeed, but a below average chance of staying with the company during the first year.