The GRIN Self-Quiz (GRINSQ) measures your perception of your own evaluative nature. You can share your results or keep them completely confidential—it’s up to you. You need not pay anything nor reveal any personally identifying information.
The GRIN Self-Quiz is intended to supplement other measures of evaluative diversity (e.g. genetic tests, behavioral tests, fMRI, etc.) by providing initial screening at very low cost: just two-minutes to make twenty-four pairwise choices. To promote tolerance, we need to offer inexpensive ways for our loved-ones and other teammates to discover their natural preferences.
Your freedom, as well as that of your loved-ones and coworkers, depends upon self-awareness. Distributing a link to the quiz is an obvious first step for any manager or parent seeking to honor evaluative diversity in their team or family. We can begin to understand the ways we may discriminate against each other only after we recognize the ways we differ.
You are free to use the GRIN Self-Quiz with attribution for research or other purposes. The validation study can be found here. A nice explanation and worksheet for manual scoring can be found in Chapter 2 of GRIN Free – GRIN Together: How to let people be themselves (and why you should).