Understanding Your Rule Finder Score
Now that you’ve taken the quiz, you’ll want to know what to do with your results.
Your score values are less important than your score differences.
The main purpose of the test is to find out which rules you’re best at breaking (highest scores) and which rules you more often follow (low scores), and close the gap by practicing to break those lower-scoring rules.
Now that you have your results, it’s just a question of engaging challenges in your lowest scoring categories as a focus for your professional growth.
But you still might want to know where you stand relative to other test takers in the professional world, because who doesn’t like to compare themselves to others so they can either gloat in their superiority or spend the rest of the week crushed by envy, fear, and self-loathing?
So here’s the scoop.
Your individual rule scores rate on a scale of 0 - 100
Scoring above 75 is a strong indicator that you excel at breaking that rule.
Scores between 45 and 75 are okay, but indicate you have room for improvement with these competencies.
Scores below 45 indicate that your professional success is likely being negatively impacted by rule following in this area.
Your total rule breaking score rates on a scale of 0 - 700
Scoring above 550 is excellent, and indicates you’re already finding your own path to success. If you have a lower-scoring area, focusing there will round out your competencies.
Scores between 350 and 550 are okay, but indicate you could improve your overall picture by applying yourself to several of those lower scoring rules.
Scores below 350 show you’re heavily influenced by the 7 hidden rules, and will benefit greatly from engaging with a variety of the practice challenges.
Your Best Option from Here
The best thing you can do right now is to go to the Challenge Library, find your lowest scoring rule, and give a few of the sample challenges a try.
Doing so will allow you to find out if the Break a Rule model and challenges resonate with you.
If they do, you may want to become a paid subscriber to get access to the entire challenge library archive, and to the Break a Rule professional community where you’ll meet growth-minded friends, and enjoy encouraging each other toward inspired growth.
Or you can upgrade to a paid subscription now.
“The greatest thing in this world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we are moving.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe