The skills on the Snapshot report are presented as being either intellectual, intrapersonal, and interpersonal in nature. The results are a reflection of the student's preference toward each skill in comparison to other students in their grade level, which are based on the student's selections of statements that they believe are most or least like themselves, as well as their ratings of the appropriateness of responses to everyday situations.
It's important to note that the Snapshot is not a personality test. Nor are the results final. The Snapshot measures skills that change over time, and the report is a reflection of the student's preferences, attitudes, and beliefs about their character at the time they took the assessment.
Below is a sample Character Skills Snapshot report: