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Test yourself

Gain wisdom about your personal profile by answering Systemizer’s newly developed questionnaire: Systemizer Profile Questionnaire (SPQ).

This questionnaire covers 9 different areas used to chart whether or not people have a Systemizer profile. Once you complete the SPQ you will receive a description of your profile, as well as its strengths and challenges.

Enter the required information in the text box and then proceed to the questionnaire itself. We are continuously developing new aides and tools at Systemizer, so we would appreciate it if you could complete all of the following questions. All data is stored at Systemizer according to the current requirements for personal data under the Danish Privacy Act, no. 429 of 31/05/2000. You can complete the SPQ anonymously if you wish by going directly to “Next”.

In order to meet the requirements for verifiable professional questionnaire surveys, some of the questions will come up with different types of negatives (not, rarely, difficult, fail, avoid, inadequate). This may complicate the response, but cannot be changed.


If you take the SPQ in relation to a conversation with a certified Systemizer consultant, or if you would like to be contacted by a certified Systemizer consultant, select a consultant here.

I find it easy to do more than one thing at once.

I notice patterns in things all the time.

I really enjoy caring for other people.

I do not enjoy in-depth political discussions.

I seldom get aggitated, if people use irony to make fun of me on my behalf.

I find it easy to concentrate even if the environment is noisy.

I would not enjoy organising events e.g. fundraising evenings, fetes, conferences.

I often notice small sounds when others do not.

Seeing people cry doesn't really upset me.

My clothes are not carefully organised into different types in my wardrobe.

I find it hard to make new friends.

I am able to make decisions without being influenced by people's feelings.

If I were buying a computer, I would want to know the specific performance of the hard drive, the processor speed and graphics card in comparisson to other computers.

I can usually appreciate the other person's viewpoint, even if I don't agree with it.

I don't like the noise of other people eating.

I find it hard to know what to do in a social situation.

When I read something, I always notice whether it is grammatically correct.

I find it difficult to work out people's intentions.

I discover too late, if people exploit me or misuse my friendliness.

People often tell me that I went too far in driving my point home in a discussion.

I find it diffucult to read and understand maps.

I enjoy social chit-chat.

I prefer social interactions that are structured around a clear activity, e.g. a hobby.

I seldom get overwhelmed by a lot of social stimuli.

Friendships and relationships are just too difficult, so I tend not to bother with them.

I know very little about the different stages of the legislation process in my country.

Sudden loud sounds make me feel uncomfortable.

When I'm reading a story, I find it difficult to work out the charactersÕ intentions.

I rarely read articles or webpages about technology.

I am quick to spot when someone in a group is feeling awkward or uncomfortable.

I rarely feel affected, if other people criticise my values or interests.

I could generate a list of my favourite 10 songs from memory, including the title and the artist's name who performed each song.

I don't have any problems with authority figures.

Other people tell me I am good at understanding how they are feeling and what they are thinking.

I find it difficult to imagine what it would be like to be someone else.

I usually concentrate more on the whole picture, rather than the small details.

When I listen to a piece of music, I always notice the way it's structured.

On busy days it is crucial that I have enough time alone to regain my energy.

I find it easy to work out what someone is thinking or feeling just by looking at their face.

I find myself categorising people into types (in my own mind).

When it comes to itchy clothes I'm more sensitive than others.

I am good at predicting what someone will do.

I often try to avoid particular food types because of the taste or texture.

People often tell me that I keep going on and on about the same thing.

I feel most comfortable, when I know what is going to happen.

I do not enjoy games that involve a high degree of strategy (e.g. Risk, Chess, Civilization).

I can easily work out what another person might want to talk about.

I don't have problems falling asleep or maintaining a balanced sleep cycle.

I like to collect information about categories of things (e.g. types of car, types of bird, types of train, types of plant, etc.).

I find social situations easy.

"I find it easy to ""read between the lines"" when someone is talking to me."

If I had a collection (e.g. books, coins, stamps), it would be highly organised.

I can pick up quickly if someone says one thing but means another.

It rarely overwhelms me when being exposed to harsh lighting, strong smells, rough textiles or sirenes etc.

If there is an interruption, I can switch back to what I was doing very quickly.

I am good at predicting how someone will feel.

I tend to notice details that others do not.

I know how to tell if someone listening to me is getting bored.

If I were buying a car, I would want to research the tecnical details of the specific model and year and get a second opinion from other people.

I do not get upset, even if I only have little influence on the design of my personal workspace.

I frequently get so strongly absorbed in one thing that I lose sight of other things.

I find it difficult to tune into how someone else feels rapidly and intuitively.

I easily get too affected by people's reactions or emotional state of mind.

I do not particularly enjoy learning about facts and figures in history.

I consciously work out the rules of social situations.

In maths, I am intrigued by the rules and patterns governing numbers.

I tend to get emotionally involved with a friend's problems.

It bothers me if things in the house are not in their proper place.

When I enter a room that feels either too hot or too cold it rarely affects me.

I know, with reasonable accuracy, how much money has come in and gone out of my bank account this month.

It does not upset me if my daily routine is disturbed.

When I look at a building, I am curious about the precise way it was constructed.

It is hard for me to see why some things upset people so much.

I am not interested in the details of exchange rates, interest rates, stocks and shares.

Being in a room with neon lighting makes me annoyed or tired.

I find it diffucult to put myself in somebody else's shoes.

When I was young, I used to enjoy playing games involving pretending with other children.

I enjoy looking through catalogues of products to see the details of each product and how it compares to others.

I don't tend to find social situations confusing.

When I learn about historical events, I do not focus on exact dates.

Other people's perfume rarely annoys me.

I can remember large amounts of information about a topic that interests me e.g. flags of the world, airline logos.

I can tell if someone is masking his or her true emotion.

I do not tend to watch science documentaries on television or read articles about science and nature.

I manage much better when I know the deadline for when a social event comes to closure.