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I have the hardcover and it says the url to take the test is TalentSmart.com/test
I imagine this is the same url for all versions of the book since it's the same test.

By Addison Young on June 30, 2011
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Yes. It was sent in an email from Amazon.
By Robert Trucksess on December 22, 2010
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I'm not sure if you meant this question to go to a reviewer. I'm not sure how to give as a gift but I think there is an option as you check out if you send it to a different address/name than yours.
By Geneva E. on May 8, 2013
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What I did is I focused on the skill the test said I need to work on the most, but I still read the other sections. I think the book says to only work on one skill at a time so that the other skills don't distract you from making real progress in the area you need it most. I also don't think the book is saying to wait … see more What I did is I focused on the skill the test said I need to work on the most, but I still read the other sections. I think the book says to only work on one skill at a time so that the other skills don't distract you from making real progress in the area you need it most. I also don't think the book is saying to wait to read the other sections. There's no harm in learning about the other skills while you're just working on one of them. Plus, when I read about the other skills, it actually helped me in the skill I was working on because it gave me a more complete perspective of how I respond to people. see less
By Alex Edwards on March 16, 2010
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Don't get hung up on numbers. Move at your own comfort pace. I started the book a few months ago, but at the same time I am re-reading, Peck, The road less travelled, and Myss, Anatomy of the soul. I know if I re-did my test now, the outcome would be far different, but I don't actually care so much about the score now.… see more Don't get hung up on numbers. Move at your own comfort pace. I started the book a few months ago, but at the same time I am re-reading, Peck, The road less travelled, and Myss, Anatomy of the soul. I know if I re-did my test now, the outcome would be far different, but I don't actually care so much about the score now. If you only work at this on a clinical/number level, you might end up being totally outcome - focused, forgetting what the learning curve is meant to give you. Good luck. see less
By Danni D on February 14, 2014
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I agree with your take on scoring average. I also scored in the average range. The thing that I got most from the test were the great recommended strategies it gave me from my scores. They were spot on.
By Ed Mcfadden on December 6, 2011
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I hired an executive coach. It was expensive but absolutely worth it in the long run to get that constant stream of feedback and gain perspective on how to use emotional intelligence at work. I would make sure you get someone that has some real expertise in the area (not just a "life coach" or other charlatan).
By David James on July 14, 2009
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