This packet contains the OCA materials

including questions, marking sheet, scoring &
grading materials and graphs. It also includes
one of the IQ tests and marking sheet. It does not
include scoring for the IQ test.
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BOARD POLICY LET!IR
, NOVEMBER 1'970
ISSUE II
REISSUED AS BPL 10 Sept 1975
CANOELS .
elss Reo POLICY LETTER , NovmmER 1970
Qual S80 ISSUE II-
Dir SAME TITLE
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Div VI Markel' Hats
GUIDE TO OCAJ) 19, APTITUDE & TESTING
!be intention ot this Policy LBtter 18 to qUickly pro
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vide the Hubbard Consultant with a general survey ot Oxford
Capacity Analysis (OCA)o IQ, Aptitude, and Leadership
(Testing by E-Meter TonG Arm position and needle
ifestation is doscribed in HOO PL August '66'ftEth1cB E-Meter

ORDER OF TES!I!S
The battery of tests is given in this order.
OCA
IQ
APTITUDE
LEADERSHIP
TEST)
Me.DEL PROCEDURE FOR :rES?;Ilit!
1. See that the testae is seated comfortably at a desk or
table where he won't be disturbedo
2. Ensure that he has a biro or pencil (and pro.1de a work-
sheet it neoessary with the IQ teato)
'0 Follow the exact detailed procedures with each test in
administering the testo These instructions dlffor from test
to test 80 bo sure to tollow the correct procedure for each
test found with the test mater1also
40 Supervise the teste Do not wa.lk away or leave the room,
You may qUietly do adm1n work at a desk in the roomo
50 At the end of the test oollect the teat trom the testee
and acknowledge him to cycle on that test.
60 Give the next test order following steps 3
0
4
0
5 and 6
unt1l all tests are adm1n1steredo
7. At the end of the last teat acknowledge the testee lor
taking the tests and arrange for ycur next interview with
himo
80 Mark the tests per detailed sooring prooedures with each
test and record results tn your teat records. (Be sure to
record date when test was taken in parentheses after each
soore
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The OCA (Oxford Capaoity Analysis) is the English vers-
ion of the American Personality Analys1s Bither m81
BPL "3 NOV 70
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be usedo Their administration, scoring and evaluation are
handled in the sat"ie way 0
!J.lhe· OCA (or .APA) cQnsis'J;s of 200 queGtions 0 These 200
questions are divided up i1"J.'IiO series of 20 q,uastions, "each
of which .measures a. single personali"cy ,,(lJl:ai t
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1 Thus p ten
traits &1'e measured in al10 ThE' 20 that 17!auaur.e
each trait aX,fi; randomly uuwbered. throuGhout iine 20(; que'stioll'S 3
i.oe/t the questions that measure tre.it A :r.l'umbored It a. 15,
17(1 42
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461)
The ·testee ma:,r answer each question either :Y'E;S, ma:vbe,
or To do this he fills. in one of 3 small l"cctang
ular -spaces on tl\e al1s.wer shae't which .each number6
Scoring is done with acetate c.?\.:rds wh:Lchgive
the point value for each type of 811swer maybe or no)"
to each For example £I 011 Trn.i t Ag Q.uestion 83, .
yes has a point value of :3 t . m:;lybe - :3 pta. no - 6 pta 0
. that uno11 is Dlorepos;i tive an.swer for question
83, Trait A
Q
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The total points for each trait arc added up. For
ex8.tilple t Tra.i t A points for J oannc Doaks ere 960 Compa.ring
this figure to the OCA percen.til€ t::bles one finds that for
WClOel1 9P. on Trait A ao:r.responds 'GO + 72 /) It is also
to gtJt mi.iLUi':: values. For ezamplo p 71 total points would
Gorrc3])ond to ...B4 on the 0
Thus p of 10 -trai iiS n. l)lus Q..'YJ.c1 minus value 0
Par exat·plc, A as a plua trai't nstable"; a. minus
trait it is disjH::l'seduo
The +72 fitfUre, derivod is then plotted on .;m
OCA Personality Prof11e for Trait A against a horizon-
ttl1 scale of +100 to (There is a vertioal line for
E::f.lcll tjrai t. - 10 inallo) The POill'tiS for' each t:rai tare .
derived and nlottod in a siwilal'wanner 0 t:l1df3 U1
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w1th
a point plotted. for ea.ch trai1; 4· By ting these points
wi th a dravm liue one obtains a profile or ohart of -l;he
tsstec IS personality 'fiY the time of the test o
Full of scoring and the rundown on how to eyal-
uatA the v!).riouB oombinations of SO(lres of the 10 ts are
descrilJed in tho Manual of tht: Oxfox'd GH:pacity Analysis and
other materials on the HO Oourseo
OCA testiug requires the follow'ing m.:3.terials t
10 The Viauual of the Oxford Capacity Analysif3
20 The Oxford Capacity .analysis (booklet of the 200
questions plus inst:r.uctioJ:.i.G ·to the tOGtel.'. )
34 The tdbles of percentile scoreso
49 The tes •s sh(;ot 0
50 The GOA profile
60 'fhe 8coI'ing cards (each cdrd 2 trai tr:; GO
there are 5 in all)o
(These roe.terials a.re pI'(''\.rided for t:J.t8 p::t'£':.ctical soctj.on
of Hubbard CaHslIl C()·.n::S0o)
BPL 3 }iOV 70

The IQ 'tes't used is the· Otis .... Mental
J\bility The test has A' ·f.\xtd··J3
g
::··which allov/t1
them to he given alte'rnately s·o ·can> receive diff-
erent types of quez'tions the next til1Je he does 'the. ·test (if
only it or B varsi·ona· are availalJlf-; you may use' only the one
version each,· t:iTil'9) (J , • . ". .:'. .,' "... .••• •
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The tesi; is a 30. mj.nute tirled Th.ere are 80 ques-
·Gions in all and ,the an.swersa.re oit. rj,mul:tiple :choice selec-
tion basis Q Only one answer.' l)er ia corl'ect.
A sooring ce.I'd is used foi- scoring' and the total numbe:t'
of cqrrect a.:re upo Thel\!. is
added for men to the· total number' of correct answers and 70 :
for WOmel'lo The ,·total figure the testae·'s IQ;' :h'or lex-
ample pit .answers 50 correctly, adding 75
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his ":Iq (Jould
be 125 a:t the time he took thQ test Q j' : ••:'
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These :test are :t'equiJ':ed the :'!Q 't.es·t 8
). 0 The test (fUtHJttons' (.a. t' thf.'; :.f.ire"t· of
which gives the t,ast In infJtructi.ons· 1;0 the .
20 Answer chee.t' (part of t'est booklet) I) '.
30 The 0 ,.:, :
(These material's axe fer ithe ;Section .0.£
Hubbard Consultant 'Oov.rseo) . '/ . . -
Note l There j.B an' American a.nd :Englisb veraio:u oftilie test!)
American, veJ:sion USes :dolla-rs and-cents in oertain 'ques"-
tiona and the English verB'ion shillillgs' and'
pence for the similar q'ueationsla
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'10%'
5% .
Senior Exec
Senior Exec: -Jttilio·;r
Non-Exec Post
Nen'-Exec I>OS·t' ,g' J:"eo6mmen.ded lJJ;jS,ignme.nt to a
area of fam:i..lj.ari ty. and skill/carefUll)'
p:rogl:'aJIl 0
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135+ Very Superior
110 - 134
100 - 110 High average
90 co 99 Low..
80 - 89 Inferior
60 and helow . Very inferior
Tran:;;lating these .figures in-to .. organization one
this table as 8. gui'de 2 roughly
135+
110 -.134
100 ... 110
90 -. 99
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80 0 89 NOll'1XeC post, aaaignment: to .. '
demons trable a.rea: of previous ·training or
known skill g oa):efully programao
80 below If not 111
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diseased or in some way
to function, assign only to area of 'prov'en
cOUlpetence and S1t111 t aarei"'U,llJ' program
.. fL"'lcl nut why lQ· isacf lowo '
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Language :bai:ri.erfJ tnay lower.' IQ s'cores below aotual l'avel
wherein a person who is still in the l"'rc\ceas of learning
lingli8h takes all Eliglish IQ test o . '
. I...1 r;i.aes. 3:'al?idly . through ®.. and
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APTITUDE
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The .Aptit1i-de meet mairuy -teata the ability of the
to d.nplioateo ··It .ia &180 designed to measure the acoident-
prOllerL6sa of n tendenoy -to sucoumb) of, the
of: time .it. the tes·t;$e . to.. 'oomJ:llate
the test is .... .
.. generl.l.l .. a,ooring is g1ving -poin"ts where
errors are uade
e
,summing,thesG addlllJ to this' sum
tine in rilinuteEl E\{l tiplie,d by 3 tor' example n' -if the '. teatee
l minute and 30 seconda the sum tor time takeriwotild
be 4-J) and the ,.Qo.m·oilled total figure 'from·lOO.
I! there arc no errors and thE; time is low 8,001'6 ,VlOl.tld
approach 1000 The more errors and. the lOHger title taken.' the
lower . highest score to :¢late io 98,
some have been' so low as to· oomQ ou't 'a minu.s'
Teot Be.te,;!:.ials
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Instruo.tionef,or giving· anc1 "sooring -the tude
(8. with thCJ'.Aptitude; Test)o' . ,
20 The Aptitude Tee·to
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Thetis materials are provided 'for ,the Prac,tical Seotion
of the lIP a.nd are unpd by ..Gol'1f1ult,ants. in.. orgs 0
iltt.CITUDE SoonEs
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Hubbard' Consultant may use this 'chart ·a.s a :t;9
an.alysis: .....
SCOUE
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90 and
above
80=89
below 65

Very superior
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Good"
Acceptable
Noi.; . paSSULg

fast
duplioation
Dupl,ioates
Fair Duplication,
duplicates more
elowly

inability to adapt,
will
ardora if
Bani·or seo

.or
Junior EXeo
Junior Exec or
non=exec'· post .'
Non
4llD
exeo post,_
not r$commel1ded
for machine
type posts
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Addressop otco
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Aptitude oem be through 8·tH-ff

Wri tten and. .devised b
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J.JtrJ Ron Hubbal'd in 1965" thin
teat was develope{i to help [;\.1ide persolu\'IJl appointments to
nevI exec posts during a rapid notld wide expansion" The
survey measureS the level of the testae
his leadership
.The survey consists of 30 question::-; with mul tiple choice
answers, :(a) .._g (b)· ... (0) ..": .._._t The 'Gestee
checks the answer 'i1hich is true fer' h'imc) One of ,U1swers
is ona is wrong a.r.ld is dOll (psychotically)
.wrollSe. ;
One a sooring ..in ,t?coring the aul'V(jy 'i marking
an X in the right hand column.of :·.thesUt
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'118Y by the -l;estee t s
aJ:1.8we.rv;hen it is a.nd, dou'ble Xe,a i t:is psy....
chotically ,wrong 0 If the answer is no murk is .mad,e. a
One then addE: up the number of answered ques=
tiona and with·this number obtains a score for ths,t number
from' the n1,ulibe'r1cal. -table on .the scor'ing. sheetCl For example,
if 6 questions answered wrp:l1GJ.y the sco:r.e is 80il02e.
This is THE POTENTJ..i.\.L LEADERSHIJ' LEVEL of the illdividual 0
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Next count up the of XeS9 For example 11. only 6
questions :migh1i have been answered wrongly but 20.f the
questions ware answered doubly wrongly so one would c'cunt
up 8 Xeso The .number 8 correaponds to the score of
This is !»HE CURRENT (ACTUAL) LEADERSl:IP ABILITY or the
individual@ .
The Final scores would be. expressed as follows: .i',

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Survey materials required:
10 Survey questions (includes inst;r:uctions to testee)o
20 Saore card and pel'centile scores ()
Detailed for survey (issued with
Survey questions and, score card)o
These materials are provided-for the Practical Section
of the He Course and are used by the Consultant in orgs"
EV.A-LUAT G' 'LEJlDEItSHIP SUHV"BYS
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Beth Scores
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90 and above
85-90
80-85
65-80
below 65 (either score)
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. Defin:i. tely OK as execu
:Probsble executive
Possible executive
Mtnimum SCOl"e fOl,' executive
Not OK for exec
BPL " NOV 70
A wide disorepa.ncy· between '·aotualandpotential soores
(caused by a high of double n: answers) indioates 's
psychotic For example a saore of 66 Q 70 means
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every vTronely answered question was answered
wrong!
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Notes auditing ,aJld. experienoe in an impr9VQ
both ac'tual and leadership
S"GMltiAlt'Y

THE QUESTIONS ArID Al\fSWEnS 0]' THESE TEST AHE .
·OlfLY· AUTHORIZE.tl PI;RSONNEL EANDLE THEIR
ADMINISTRATIOJ'I AND SCOHIH(;o .,
QCAg IQ
lt
and Leadership S-urve¥ test results
and evaluations are a guide-to the Hubbard They
themselves are not the .basis 'of rejeotion or ac'ceptanoe of '
a staff applioantg but they would g with' the Chart of·Fiwneu·
hvalua.tiont> and oross relate to:E-Eeter ·teat
data. and data. on any SF or PTG situation of the app11aanto
. .
Test a.a.,d, evaluatj.on would also guide' . ,
Hubbard Oonsultant in peraor.n.el seleotion
motionse in oonjunction' wi'th., Buch.'criteria. '
programming
p
El::Imeter test!)
Ethiq,s 1) ,
Chart of Human Evaluation,
Post. Btats 9 I
Case level and I;lrog·reSB.,
Training level (admin/tech),
S·tudy. stats p
Skills and experience,
per policy letters by RonlIubbard on the Hubbard
Consultant Courseb
Compiled by
David 'OEC g CloVI
Writer
BPL by
In:ag 1234 lId
CPO ,Andrea Lewis
Approved by the
0S STA]'F AIDES
and the
130ARD Oll ISSUES
for the

Oopyright 0 1970. 1975
by L o Ron Hu bard
ALL I{IGHTS HESERVED
This is ReprOduced and issued to ynu bY
The Publications Organization, U. S.
BOArrns OF DIRECTORS OF
CF SCIElfrOLOG'i
This next page is the marking sheet. You give
this to the person doing the OCA test. They
make marks on the sheet to indicate their
answers.
THE STANDARD
OXFORD CAPACITY ANALYSIS
ANSWER SHEET
Name
Address
_______________Raw Score
____________________Percentile
Date, Age Sex Raw Score
Occupation Phone 'Percentile
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Read the directions in the front of the Question Booklet. Mark your
DIRECTIONS answers on this sheet by filling in the dash with a heavy black mark.
ANSWER ACROSS THE PAGE FROM LEFT TO RIGHT.
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+ m -
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+ m -
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+ m -
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+ m -
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+ m -
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+ m - + m - + m -
8 9 _
+ m -
10 _
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12 - - - 13
14 _ _ _ 15
16 - - - 17 - - - 18 - - - 19 20 - --
21 22
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31 _
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52 _ _ _ 53
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45 46
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39 - --
49 _ - _
59 - --
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61 _ _ _ 62 _ _ _ 63 _ _ _ 64
65 _
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70 _
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76 - - - 77 78 - - - 79
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84 === 85
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87 - - - 88 89 - - -
90 _
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96 _ 97 98
99 __ -
100 ===
101 = == 102 === 103 === 104 === 105 === 106 === 107 === 108 === 109 === 110 ===
111 === 112 === 113 = == 114 ==::: 115 === 116 == = 117 = == 118 === 119 = == 120 ===
121 === 122 == = 123 === 124 = == 125 === 126 === 127 = == 1 ~ 8 === 129 == = 130 = ==
131 = == 132 === 133 === 134 === 135 = ==.136 == = 137 === 138 === 139 == = 140 = ==
141 === 142 = == 143 === 144 === 145 = =:::I i 146 == = 147 === 148 === 149 === 150 ===
151 === 152 === 153 = == 154 = = = 155 = ::: = 156 === 157 === 158 = == 159 = == 160 ===
161 = = = 162 = == 163 c: == 164 === 165 === 166 === 167 === 168 = == 169 === 170 ===
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171 === 172 === 173 === 174 === 175 === 176 ==a: 177 === 178 === 179 === 180 = ==
181 === 182 === 183 ==m- 184 == = 185 === 186 == = 187 = == 188 = == 189 = = = 190 = ==
191 === 192 === 193 ==;z 194 === 195 === 196 == = 197 === 198 == = 199 === 200 ===
Copyright © 1978 by L Ron Hubbard ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
The next 16 pages are the 200 questions of the
OCA. The person doing the OCA test does not
mark in the booklet; they put their answers on
the marking sheet.
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DO NOT OPEN THIS QUESTION BOOKLET FURTHER
UNTIL YOU HAVE READ THESE DIRECTIONS
(1) Do not mark on this booklet in any way. Indicate your an-
swers on the separate answer sheet provided.
(2) .Make sure you understand each question: read it as many
times as necessary. Please answer every question. You can
give your opinion if you are uncertain about the answers.
(3) Do not stay too long with one question. Answer it as soon as
you understand it and go on to the next question.
(4) When an answer would be different if one considered the
past rather than the present, answer as of the present.
(5) On the answer sheet you have the choice of three columns in
which to mark your answer.
Plus ( +) means mostly yes or decidedly so.
Mid (m) means uncertain, maybe, neither definitely yes or
no.
Minus (-) means mostly no or decidedly no.
(6) Your answer to the question is indicated by making a heavy
mark between the two lines opposite the number of the ques-
tion in the column which will show your answer. If you
should erase, be sure it is completely erased and the other
answer is heavy enough so that there will be no difficulty in
distinguishing your answer.
(7) Any comments you may care to make may be written on the
reverse side of the answer sheet.
(8) Enter your name, address, etc. in the spaces provided on the
answer sheet, open this booklet to page 4, question number
one, and proceed to indicate your answers to the questions as
per the instructions above.
1. Do you make thoughtless remarks or accusations which you
later regret?
2. Is it hard on you when you fail?
3. When others are getting rattled do you remain fairly com-
posed?
4. Do you find yourself being extra active for periods lasting
several days?
5. Do you browse through railway timetables, directories or dic-
tionaries just for pleasure?
6. Do you resent the efforts of others to tell you what to do?
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7. When asked to make a decision would you be swayed by your
like or dislike of the personality involved?
8. Is it normally hard for you to "own up and take the blame"?
9. Do you intend two or less children·in your family even though
your health and income will permit more?
10. Do you have a small circle of close friends rather than a large
number of friends and speaking acquaintances?
11. Are your actions considered unpredictable by others?
12. Do you often sing or whistle just for the fun of it?
13. Do you get occasional twitches of your muscles when there
is no logical reason for it?
14. Does "everything" seem glorious to you even though you are
aware of some things that should be changed?
15. Would you prefer to be in a posit'ion where you did not have
the responsibilities of making decisions?
16. Would you rather give orders than take them?
17. Do the affairs of other people interest you very much?
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18. Do you put quite a few depreciations of others into your con-
versation?
19. Do you consider too much money is being spent on social
security?
20. Are you considered warm-hearted by your friends?
21. Do you act impulsively rather than deliberately?
22. Do you make efforts to get others to laugh or smile?
23. Is your voice quite varied rather than calm?
24. Can your worlq "cave in on you" without your being upset?
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25. Do you say little except in response?
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26. Are you strict in the matter of discipUne rather than being
easy going?
27. Are you readily interested in other people's conversation?
28. Do you refrain from complaining when the other person is
late for an appointment?
29. When hunting or fishing do you feel concern for the pain you
inflict on game, live bait or fish?
30. Do you find it easy to express your emotions?
31. Are you generally careless of accepted rules for protecting
your health?
32. Are you sometimes considered by others a "spoil sport" or a
"wet blanket"? .
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33. When things happen do some of your muscles
have jerking motions?
34. Are you constantly happy even though there is no real reason
for it?
35. Do you speak slowly?
36. Would you admit you were wrong just to keep the peace?
37. Do you give a judgement only after looking at the pros and
cons?
38. Do you consider there are other people who are definitely
unfriendly towards you and work against you?
39. Are you normally considerate in your demands on your em-
ployees, relatives and friends?
40. Do you have only a few people of whom you are really fond?
41. Do you take reasonable precautions to prevent accidents?
42. Do you speedily recover from the effects of bad news?
43. Does the idea of talking in front of people make you nervous?
44. Do you ever get a "dreamlike" feeling towards life when it all
seems unreal?
45. Do you "circulate around" at a social gathering?
46. Do you often keep your opinions to yourself because they do
not seem important enough to tell others?
47. Do you sometimes think others are looking at ,you or talking
about you, when they are really not doing so?
48. When you criticize, do you at the same time try to encourage?
49. If you saw an article in a shop which was obviously mistaken-
ly marked lower than its correct price, would you try to get it
at that price?
50. Do some people consider you to be cheerful?
. 51. Do you get into trouble occasionally?
52. Does life seem worthwhile?
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53. Do you have a particular hate or fear?
54. Do you spontaneously give things away even though you have
a use for them?
55. Do you prefer to be an onlooker rather than participate in any
active sport?
56. Are you so sure of yourself that you sometimes annoy
others?
57. Do you find it easy to be impartial?
58. Do you completely condemn a person because he is a rival or
opponent in some aspect of your relations to him?
59. Have you a definitely set standard of courteous behaviour in
front of other members of your family?
60. Does emotional music have quite an effect on you?
61. Would you "buy on credit" with the' hope that you can keep
up payments?
62. Do you often "sit and think" about death, sickness, pain and
sorrow?
63. Do you remain -upset for some time following an accident or
other disturbing incident?
6 4 ~ Do you hold onto things for which you have no real use?
65. Can you "start the ball rolling" at a social gathering?
66. Are you rather indifferent to maintaining the dignity of your
job or place in life?
67. When hearing a lecturer, do you sometimes experience the
idea that the speaker is referring entirely to you?
68. Do you give much time in your conversation to the criticism
of people and things?
69. Do you consider the good of all concerned rather than your
own personal advantages?
70. Are you openly appreciative of beautiful things?
71. Do you make plans well in advance of an event and then carry
them out?
72. Do you often ponder on past misfortunes?
73. Does "external noise" rarely interfere with your concentra-
tion?
74. Do you sometimes give away 'articles which, strictly speaking,
do not belong to you?
75. Do you pay less attention to things going on around you than
most people?
76. Are you sometimes considered "overbearing"?
77. Are you inclined to be jealous?
78. Do you accept criticism easily without resentment?
79. Do you consider tbe mode'rn prisons without bars system
, "doomed to failure"?
80. Do you greet people cordially?
81. Do you tend to put off doing things and then discover that it
is too late?
82. Does the youth of today have more opportunity than that of a
generation ago?
83. Are you usually undisturbed by "noises off" when you are
trying to rest?
84. Do you throw things away only to discover that you need
them later?
85. Is it easy for you to get yourself started?
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86. Would you give up easily on a given course if it were causing
you a considerable amount of inconvenience?
87. Are there some things about yourself on which you are
touchy?
88. Do you rarely suspect the actions of others?
89. When you see someone in pain are you sympathetic enough
as to want to do something about it?
90. Do you live the kind of life where you have only a few expres-
sions of enthusiasm?
91. Do you break out in .more explosive words or actions than
would be expected f r o ~ the cause?
92. Do you sometimes wonder if anyone really cares about you?
93. Do you bite your fingernails or chew objects?
94. Do you sometimes feel compelled to repeat some interesting
item or habit?
95. Are your interests and activities modified somewhat by some-
one elses? .
96. Do you turn down responsibility because you doubt your fit-
ness to cope?
97. Are you prejudiced in favor of your own school, college, club,
team etc?
98. If you have a disagreement, do you think as well of the person
afterwards?
99. If you were invading another country would you feel sympa-
thetic towards conscientious objectors in this country?
100. Is your facial expression varied rather than set?
101. Can you be a stabilizing influence when others get panicky?
102. Would it take a definite effort on your part to consider the
subject of suicide?
103. Do you ever get a single thought which hangs around for
days?
104. When you have an opinion can you simply state it without
outlining how you arrived at it?
105. Are you a slow eater?
106. Would you consider yourself e n e r g ~ t i c in your attitude to-
wards life?
107. Are you scientific in your thinking?
108. Is it hard to please you?
109. Would you stop and find out whether a person needed help
even though they had not directly asked for it?
110. When passing a beautiful child do you avoid showing interest
rather than looking and smiling?
111. Do you pay your debts and keep your promises when it is
possible?
112. Does a minor failure on your part rarely trouble you?
113. Do you sleep well?
114. Do you sometimes feel that you talk too much?
115. Do you prefer to take a passive role in any club or organiza-
tion to which you belong?
116. Do you seek to have your own way rather than being likely to
give in to the wishes of others?
117. Is your opinion influenced by looking at things from the
standpoint of your education, experience or occupation?
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118. Do you usually criticize a film or show that you see or a book
that you read?
119. Would you use corporal punishment on a child ~ g e d 10 if it
refused to obey you?
120. Do you smile much?
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121. Do you often make tactless blunders? .
122. Do you remember illness or pain for some time?
123. Do you ever get disturbed by the noise of the wind or a
"house settling down"?
124. Do you get very ill at ease in disordered surroundings?
125. Provided the distance was not too great, would you still
prefer to ride than walk?
126. Do you try to convert others to your ideas about several sub-
. jects on which you are not an expert?
127. Are personal interests unable to sway you from sound de-
cisions?
128. Do you get frustrated at not b e ~ n g able to do something,
rather than finding a substitute activity or system?
129. Have you made more than one loan;' which you .. were per-
suaded to do against your wishes an·(j were·never repaid?
130. When recounting some amusing incident, can you easily imi-
tate the mannerisms or the. dialect in the original incident?
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131. Do you frequently take actions, even though you know your
own good judgement would indicate otherwise?
132. Do you often feel depressed?
133. Are you aware of any habitual physical mannerisms such as
pulling your hair, nose, ears and such like?
134. Does disorder bother you so much that you feel you must
take immediate and drastic action against it?
135. Do you sometimes get quite exhilarated?
136. Can you accept defeat easily without the necessity of "swal-
lowing your disappointment"?
137. Can you see things from someone else's point of view when
you wish to?
138. Do you rarely express your grievances?
139. Are you in favor of color bar and class distinction?
140. Would you rather be with adults all the time rather than with
part of the time?
141. Can you quickly adapt to new conditions and situations even
though they may be difficult?
142. Are you sometimes completely unable to enter the spirit of
things?
143. Do some noises "set your teeth on edge?"
144. Do you work in "spurts," being relatively inactive and then
furiously active for a day or two?
145. Do you frequently stay up late?
146. Does the number of uncompleted jobs on hand bot tier you?
147. When voting, do you study the candidates and issues, rather
than voting the same party straight?
148. Do you consider the best points of most people and only
rarely speak slightingly of them?
149. Do the "petty foibles" of others make you impatient?
150. Do people enjoy being in your company?


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151. Do you usually carry out assignments promptly and systema-
tically?
152. Do you laugh or smile qu{ite readily?
153. Do children irritate you?
154. Can you quietly watch another work, without feeling you must
insist on helping when they indicate they would rather do it
themselves?
155. Are you less talkative than your associates?
156. Are you definite and emphatic in voice and manner?
,. 157. Do you place too high an importance on your own interests
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and fields of knowledge in comparison to others?
158. Do you suspect someone does not like you and criticizes you
to others?
159. Would you assist a fellow traveller rather than leave it to the
officials?
160. Are you cordial only to close friends, if at all?
161. Do you quickly return to normal rather than being disturbed
for a while after seeing a tragic movie or play?
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162. Does some inferiority make you feel sad?
163. Is it easy for you to relax?
164. When YQU "really want to do something do you feel your de-
sires are paramount to all opposition"?
165. Do you attempt to "start things in your area';"?
166. Do you feel strongly convinced of the correctness of your
opinions when in a controversy, excluding those subjects
about which you are an expert?
167. Do you find it annoying to have any criticism made of you,
even though it is justified and from which you could profit?
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168. Having settled an argument, do you continue to feel dis-
gruntled for a while?
169. Would you stand by and fail to protect some animal from
needless suffering?
170. Do you give a kiss, hug, pat on the back or otherwise mani-
fest pleasure in meeting friends you haven't seen for some
time, rather than just being polite?
171. Do you find it hard to get started on a task that needs to be
done?
172. Is the idea of death, or even reminders of death, abhorent to
you?
173. Do you sometimes get so frightened or apprehensive that you
have physical reactions?
174. Do you find yourself "going off in all directions at once"?
175. Could someone else consider that you were really active?
176. Is your opinion of your abilities less than the facts warrant?
177. Do your emotions sway your judgement much?
178. If you lose an article do you get the idea that "someone
must have stolen or mislaid it"?
179. Are you opposed to the "probation system" for criminals?
180. Are you friendly in voice, attitude and expression?
181. Do you "stand up" well under difficult situations?
182. Do you feel upset about the fate of war victims and political
refugees?
183. Do you spend much time on "needless worries"?
184. Does life seem rather vague and unreal to you?
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185. Do you frequently find yourself "waiting" for something to
happen of taking
186. If you.thought that someone was suspicious of you and your
actions, would you tackle them on the subject, rather than
leave them to work it out?
187. In a disagreement do you find it hard to understand how the
other person fails to see your side and thus agree with you?
188. Do you spend very little if any time grumbling about the con-
ditions of your work?
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189. Are you usually truthful to others?
190. Do mere acquaintances appeal to you for aid or advice in their
personal difficulties?
191. Do you spend too freely in relation to your income?
192. Do you sometimes feel that your age is against you (too
young or too old)?
'193. Can you take a "calculated risk" without too much worry?
194. Do you have spells of being sad and depressed rather than
staying about the same level?
195. Do others push you around?
196. Do you tend to hide your feelings?
197. Do you make allowances for your friends where with others
you might judge more severely?
198. Are you frequently dismayed by the actions of other-s not
being able to understand their duplicity or stupidity?
199. If you were involved in a slight car accident would you really
take the trouble to see that any damage you did was made
good?
200. Do you consider you have many warm friends?
This next page is a clear transparent sheet that
you lay over the marking sheet. This overlay
will get you the "raw scores" for the person's
OCA answers. For each column A through J you
add up the values of the person's raw scores to
come up with their raw score for each of A
through J.
The next 4 pages is the percentile chart (scoring
sheet) to translate the "raw scores" into the
scores you will graph. Note that there are two
sheets for men and two for women. Two are for
14-18 year olds and the other two for over 18
years old. You need to use the correct sheet that
matches the person doing the test (gender and
age). In each column are two number: the first
will match the "raw score"; the second is the
number you will graph.
STANDARD OCA PERCENTILE CHART
NORMS. BOYS 14-18 YEARS.
Copyright © 1978 by L. Ron Hubbard All Rights Reserved
A B C 0 E F G H 1 J
Stable Happy Composed Certainty Active Aggressive Responsible Correct Apprecia· Comm.
(Causative) Estimation tive Leval
108+ 100
107+ 99
106+ 98
105+ 97
104+ 97
103+ 96 108+ 100 108+ 100
102+ 95 107 + 99 107 + 100
101 + 92 106+ 98 106+ 99
100+ 90 105+ 97 105+ 98
99+ 88 104+ 97 104+ 97
98+ 85 103+ 96 103+ 96
100+ 99 97+ 80 102 + 94 102+ 94
109+ 98 96+ 76 101 + 92 101 + 92
108+ 96 95+ 70 100+ 90 100+ SO
107+ 95 94+ 68 99+ 88 99+ 88
106+ 94 93+ 66 98+ 84 98+ 86
105+ 93 92+ 62 97+ 80 97+ 84 114 + 100
104+ 92 91 + 58 96+ 78 96+ 80 113 + 99
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103+ 91 90+ 54 95+ 74 95+ 78 112 + 98
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100+ 84 119 87+ 48 92+ 64 92+ 66 110+ 96 113+ 98 109+ 95
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99+ 80 118 114+100 86+ 46 91 + 60 91 + 60 109+ 94 112+ 94 101 + 100 108+ 94
98+ 76 117 + 100 113 + 98 85+ 44 90+ 56 90+ 54 108+ 92 111+ 90 100+ 99 107+ 90
97+ 70 116+ 98 112 + 94 84+ 42 89+ 52 89+ 50 107 + 90 110+ 86 99+ 98 106+ 86
96+ 64 115+ 96 111 + 90 83+ 40 88+ 48 88+ 42 106+ 84 109+ 82 98+ 96 105+ 80
95+ 58 114+ 90 110+ 86 82+ 38 87+ 44 87+ 36 105+ 82 108+ 76 97+ 94 104 + 74
94+ 52 113+ 82 109+ 82 81 + 36 86+ 40 86+ 30 104+ 78 107 + 70 96+ 90 103+ 68
93+ 48 112+ 76 108+ 78 80+ 34 85+ 36 85+ 26 103+ 72 106+ 64 95+,86 102+ 60
92+ 42 111+ 68 107 + 72 79+ 32 84+ 32 84+ 24 102+ 66 105 + 56 94+ 80 101 + 54
91 + 36 110+ 62 106+ 64 78+ 28 83+ 28 83+ 22 101 + 58 104 + 48 93+ 72 100+ 46
90+ 30 109+ 54 105+ 54 77+ 24 82+ 24 82+ 18 100+ 50 103+ 40 92+ 62 99+ 38
89+ 24 108+ 44 104+ 44 76+ 20 81 + 20 81 + 14 99+ 44 102+ 30 91 + 50 98+ 30
88+ 18 107 + 36 103+ 34 75+ 14 80+ 16 80+ 10 98+ 34 101 + 22 90+ 40 97+ 24
87+ 12 106+ 20 102+ 22 74+ 10 79+ 10 .79+ 6 97+ 26 100 + 14 89+ 28 96+ 18
86+ 6 105 + 10 101 + 10 73+ 6 78+ 4 78+ 4 96+ 18 99+ 8 88+ 18 95+ 12
85+ 0 104+ 6 100+ 2 72+ 2 77+ 2 77+ 2 95+ 4 98+ 2 87+ 6 94+ 4
84- 6 103 - 6 9Q. - 6 71 - 2 76 - 4 76 - 2 94 - 0 97 - 4 86- 4 93 - 2
83 - 12 102 - 18 98 - 12 70 - 6 75 - 14 75 - 12 93 - 10 96 - 10 85 - 16 92 - 8
82 - 18 101 - 26 97 - 20 69 - 8 74 - 22 74 - 20 92 - 18 95 - 14 84-28 91 - 14
81 - 26 100 - 32 96 - 26 68 - 10 73 - 26 73 - 30 91 - 28 94 - 22 83-40 90 - 20
80 - 32 99-36 95 - 32 67 - 12 72 - 40 72 - 40 90-38 93 - 28 82 - 56 89 - 24
79 - 40 98 - 44 94 - 40 66 - 16 71 - 48 71 - 50 89 - 46 92 - 40 81 - 62 88 - ·28
78 - 46 97 - 48 93 - 46 65 - 20 70 - 58 70 - 58 88 - 54 91 - 52 80 - 70 87 - 32
77 - 54 96 - 54 92 - 54 64 - 24 69 - 68 69 - 64 87 - 60 90 - 58 79 - 78 86 - 38
76 - 60 95-58 91 - 60 63 - 28 68 - 72 68 - 72 86 - 66 89 - 62 78 - 80 85 - 40
75 - 66 94 - 62 90 - 66 62 - 30 67 - 78 67 - 80 85 - 70 88 - 68 77 - 84 84 - 44
74 - 72 93 - 66 89 - 74 61 - 36 66 - 82 66 - 85 84 - 76 87 - 72 76 - 86 83 - 48
73 - 76 92 - 70 88 - 76 60 - 42 65 - 86 65 - 90 83 - 80 86 - 74 75 - 88 82 - 52
72 - 80 91 - 72 87 - 80 59 - 48 64 - 88 64 - 94 82 - 86 85 - 78 74 - 90 81 - 56
71 - 82 90 - 76 86 - 84 58 - 50 63 - 90 63 - 95 81 - 90 84 - 78 73 - 91 80 - 60
70 - 84 88 - 78 85 - 86 57 - 52 62 - 91 62 - 96 80 - 91 83 - 80 72 - 92 79 - 64
69 - 88 87 - 82 84 - 88 56 - 56 61 - 92 61 - 97 79 - 91 82 - 82 71 - 93 78 - 66
68 - 90 86-84 83 - 90 55 - 60
• to - 93 ,
60 - 98 78 - 92 81 - 84 70 - 94 77 - 68
67 - 91 85-86 82 - 91 54 - 62 59 - 94 59 - 99 n - 92 80 - 86 69 - 95 76 - 72
66 - 92 84-88 81 - 91 53 - 64 58 - 95 58 -100 76 - 93 79 - 87 68 - 96 75 - 74
65 - 93 83 - 89 80 - 92 52 - 70 57 - 97 75 - 93 78 - 88 67 - 97 74 - 76
64 - 94 82 - 89 79 - 92 51 - 74 56 - 98 74 - 94 77 - 89 66 - 98 73 - 80
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58 - 98 16 - 92 73 - 95 45 - 92 68 - 97 71 - 94 67 - 90
57 - 98 75 - 93 72 - 96 44 - 93 67 - 97 70 - 95 66 - 91
56 - 99 74 - 93 71 - 96 43 - 94 66 - 98 69 - 96 65 - 91
55 - 99 73 - 94 10 - 97 42 - 95 65 - 98 68 - j!6 64 - 92
54 -100 72 - 94 69 - 97 41 - 96 64 - 99 67 - 97 63 - 92
53 -100 71 - 95 68 - 98 40 - 97 63 - 99 66 - 97 62 - 93
52 -100 70 - 95 67 - 98 39 - 98 62 -100 65 - 97 61 - 93
51 -100 69 - 96 66 - 98 38-99 64 - 98 60 - 94
50 -100 68-96 65 - 99 37 -100
: 63 - 98 59 - 94
67 - 96 64 - 99 62 - 99 58 - 95
66 - 97 63 - 99 61 - 99 57 - 96
65 - 97 62 -100 60-99 56-96
64-98 61 -100
59 - 99 55 - 97
63 - 98 60 -100
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58 -100 54 - 97
62 - 99 59 -100 57 -100 53 - 98
61 - 99 58 -100 .. 56 -100 52 - 99
60 -100 57 -100 55 -100 51 -100
59 -100
50 -100
58 -100
57 -100
56 -100
55 -100
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A B C 0 E F G H I J
STANDARD OCA PERCENTILE CHART
NORMS FOR ADULT MEN (18 &OVER) WEIGHTED SCORES.
Copyright © 1978 by L. Ron Hubbard All Rights Reserved
A B C D E F G H I J
Stable Happy Composed Certainty Active Aggressive Responsible Correct Apprecia- Comm,
(Causative) Estimation tlve level
108}+ 98
108+ 100 103
102+ 96 104+ 100 107 + 99
101 + 95 103+ 99 106+ 98
100+ 92 102+ 98 105+ 97
99+ 90 101 + 97 104+ 96
98+ 88 100+ 94 103+ 95
97+ 85 99+ 93 102+ 94
96+ 80 98+ 90 101 + 93
t, 95+ 76 97+ 88 100+ 92
94+ 70 96+ 84 99+ 91
93+ 68 95+ 80 98+ 90 114+100
en
92+ 66 94+ 76 97+ 88 113+ 99
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110+ 98 91 + 62 93+ 72 96+ 86 112 + 98
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109+ 96 90+ 58 92+ 70 95+ 82 111 + 97
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108+ 95 89+ 54 91 + 66 94+ 78 110+ 96
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107+ 94 88+ 52 90+ 62 93+ 74 109+ 90
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106+ 92 87+ 50 89+ 58, 92+ 70 1t2+ 99 108+ 80
105+ 90 114+ 94 86+ 48 88+ 54 91 + 60 111 + 96
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101 + 100 " 107+ 76
104+ 82 117+ 92 113 + 68 85+ 46 87+ 50 90+ 56 110+ 94 100+ 99 106 + 70
103+ 78 116+ 88 112+ 82 84+ 44 86+ 48 89+ 52 109+ 92 115+ 100 99+ 98 105 + 66
102+ 74 115+ 84 111 + 74 83+ 42 85+ 46 88+ 48 108+ 88 114+ 90 98+ 97 104 + 62
101 + 68 114+ 78 110+ 68 82+ 40 84+ 44
87! 44
107+ 82 113+ 84 97+ 96 103 + 60
100+ 62 113+ 72 109+ 60 81 + 38 83+ 40 86 40 106+ 74 112+ 78 96+ 90 102 + 58
99+ 56 112+ 64 108+ 54 80+ 36 82+ 36 85+ 36 105+ 66. 111 + 72 95+ 86 101 + 54
98+ 50 111 + 56 107+ 48 79+ 34 81 + 32 84+ 32 104+
56 .
110+ 64 94+ 82 100+ 50
97+ 42 110+ 48 106+ 40 78+ 32 80+ 28 83+ 28 103+ 46 109 + 56 ,93+ 80 99+ 44
96+ 36 109+ 40 105+ 34 77+ 30 79+ 24 Ba+ 24 102+ 36 108+ 48 92+ 72 98+ 38
95+ 28 108+ 32 104+ 28 76.+ 28 78+ 20 81 + 20 101 + 28 107 + 40 91 + 60 97"\ 30
94+
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107+ 24 103+ 20 75+ 20 77+ 16 80+ 16 100+ 20 106 + 36 90+ 46 ' -, 96+ 22
93+ 14 106+ 16 102+ 14 74+ 14 76+ 79+ 12 99+ 16 105+ 28 89+ 32 95+ 16
92+ 8 105+ 8 101 + 8 73+ 8 75+ 8 78+ 8 98+ 12 104+ 16 88+ 18 94+ 8
91 + 0 104+ 2 100+ 2 72+ 2 74+ 4 77+ 4 97+ 4 103+ 2 87+ 2 93+ 2
91 0 103 - 4 99 - 4 7ft - 2 73 - 2 76 - 2 96 - 4
102 _w 4
86 - 10 92 - 4
90 - 6 102 - 12 98 - 10 70 - 6 72 - 6 75 - 12 95 - 12 101·- 10 85 - 22 91 - 10
89 - 14 101 - 18 97 - 16 69 - 8 71 - 12 74 - 20 94 - 18 100 84 - 34 90 - 14
88 - 20 100 - 24 96 - 22 68 - 10 70 - 18 73 - 30 93 - 26 99 - 18 83 - 46 89 - 20
87 - 28 99 - 28 95 - 28 67 - 12 69 - 24 72 - 40 92 - 32 98 - 24 82 - 56 88 - 24
86 - 34 98 - 34 t 94 - 34 66 - 16 68:- 30 71 - 50 91 - 40 97 - 28 81 - 64 87 - 28
85 - 40 97 - 40 93 - 40 65 - 20 6i - 36 70 - 58 90 - 46 96 - 32 80 - 70 86 - 32
84 - 46 96 - 44 92 - 46 64 - 24 66 - 40 69 - 64 89 - 52 95 - 36 79 - 76 85 - 36
83 - 52 95 - 50 91 - 52 63 - 28 65 - 46 68 - 72 88 - 56 94 - 42 78 - 80 84 - 40
82 - 58 94 - 55 90 - 58 62 - 30 64 - 50 67 - 80 87 - 62 93 - 46 77 - 86 83 - 44
81 - 64 93 - 60 89 - 64 61 - 36 63 - 56 66 - 85 86 - 66 92 - 50 76 - 90 82 - 46
80 - 74 92 - 66 88 - 70 60 -\42 62 - 62 65 - 90 .. 85 - 72 91 - 54 75 - 92 81 - 50
79 - 76 91 - 70 87 - 76 59 - 48 61 - 70 64 - 94 84 - 76· 90 - 58 74 - 95 80 - 56
78 - 80 90 - 78 86 - 82 58 - 50 60 - 76 63 - 95 83 - 80 89 - 62 73 - 96 79 - 58
77 - 82 89 - 80 85 - 86 57 - 52 59 - 82 62 - 96 82 - 82 88 - 66 72 - 96 78 - 60
76 - 84 88 - 82 84 - 90 56 - 56 58 - 90 61 - 97 . 81 - 84 87 - 70 71 - 97 77 - 62
75 - 88 87 - 86 83 - 92 55 - 60 57 - 92 60 - 98 80 - 86 86 - 74 70 - 97 76 - 64
74 - 92 86 - 80 82 - 94 54 - 62 56 - 94 59 - 99 79 - 88 85 - 76 69 - 98 75 - 68
73 - 94 85 - 90 81 - 96 53 - 64 55 - 98 58 -100 78 - 88 84 - 78 68 - 98 74 - 70
72 - 96 84 - 92 80 - 97 52 - 70 54 - 99 77 - 90 83 - 80 67 - 99 73 - 72
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78 - 97 66 46 - 92 71 - 98 77 - 90 61 -100 67 - 82
77 - 98
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45 - 93 70 - 99 76 - 90 66 - 84
76 - 99 57 44 - 94 69 - 99 75 - 90 65 - 86
75}-100
43 - 95 68 - 99 74 - 91 64 - 90
55 42 - 96 67 - 99 73 - 92 63 - 92
41 - 97 66 72 - 93 62 - 94
40 - 98 65 _ 99 71 - 94 61 - 95
39 - 99 64 70 - 95 60 - 96
38 -100
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69 - 96 59 - 97
37 -100
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68 - 96 58 - 98
58 67 - 96 57 - 99
66 - 97 56 - 99
65 - 98 55 - 99
64 - 98 54 - 99
63 - 99 53 -100
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50 -100
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A B C D E F G H I J
STANDARD DCA PERCENTILE CHART
NORMS. GIRLS 1.4-18 YEARS.
Copyright © 1978 by L Ron Hubbard All Rights Reserved
A B C 0 E F G H I J
Stable Happy Composed Certainty Active Aggressive Responsible Correct Apprecia- Comm.
(Causative) Estimation tive Level
108 + 100
107 + 99 108+ 100
106 + 98 107+ 99
105+ 97 106+ 99
104+ 97 108 + 100 105+ 98
103+ 95 107 + 100 104+ 96
110+ 100 101 + 92 106+ 99 103+ 94
109+ 99 100+ 90 105 + 98 102 + 92
108+ 98 99+ 88 104 + 96 101 + 90
107 + 97 98+ 85 103 + 94 100+ 88
106+ 96 97+ 80 102+ 92 99+ 86
105+ 94 96+ 76 101 + 90 98+ 80
104+ 92 95+ 70 100+ 88 97+ 76 112+ 100
103+ 88 94+ 68 99+ 82 96+ 72 111+100
102+ 86 93+ 66 98+ 78 95+ 70 110 + 99 115 + 100
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101 + 84 92+ 62 97+ 74 94+ 66 109 + 98 114 + 99
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100+ 82 91 + 58 96+ 70 93+ 64 108 + 97 113 + 98
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99+ 78 90+ 54 .95+ 66 92+ 60 107 + 96 112 + 96
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97+ 74 116+ 99 113+ 98 88+ 50 93+ 58 90+ 56 105+ 94 110+ 92 114 + 100
96+ 70 115+ 96 112+ 96 87+ 48 92+ 54 89+ 54 104 + 93 109+ 90 113+ 99
95+ 66 114+ 90 111 + 92 86+ 46 91 + 50 88+ 52 103+ 92 108+ 86 112+ 98
94+ 64 113+ 86 110+ 90 85+ 44 90+ 46 87+ 50 102+ 91 107 + 82 101 + 100 111 + 94
93+ 60 112 + 84 109+ 86 84+ 42 89+ 42 86+ 48 101 + 90 106+ 78 100+ 98 110+ 90
92+ 56 111 + 80 108+ 82 83+ 40 88+ 38 85+ 44 100+ 86 105+ 74 99+ 96 109+ 86
91 + 52 110+ 74 107 + 78 82+ 38 87+ 34 84+ 40 99+ 82 104+ 70 98+ 94 108+ 80
90+ 46 109+ 70 106+ 74 81 + 36 86+ 30 83+ 38 98+ 78 103+ 64 97+ 90 107 + 74
89+ 42 108+ 62 105+ 68 80+ 34 85+ 26 82+ 36 97+ 72 102+ 60 96+ 88 106+ 68
88+ 36 107 + 60 104+ 62 79+ 32 84+ 22 81 + 32 96+ 66 101 + 54 95+ 82 105+ 62
87+ 34 106+ 50 103+ 54 78+ 28 83+ 18 80+ 30 95+ 58 100+ 48 94+ 74 104 + 54
86+ 28 105+ 42 102+ 46 77+ 24 82+ 14 79+ 24 94+ 48 99+ 42 93+ 64 103+ 50
85+ 24 104 + 34 101 + 38 76+ 20 81 + 10 78+ 20 93+ 40 98+ 36 92+ 54 102 + 44
84 + 18 103+ 26 100+ 26 75+ 14 80+
'8 77+ 16 92+ 32 97+ 32 91 + 44 101 + 34
83+ 12 102 + 18 99+ 18 74 + 10 79+ 6 76+ 10 91 + 22 96+ 22 90+ 32 100+ 24
82+ 6 101 + 12 98+ 10 73+ 6 78+ 4 75+ 4 90+ 14 95+ 14 89+ 20 99+ 16
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The next 2 pages are various versions of graphs
used. For each trait/score A through J, mark a
dot corresponding to the number you found on
the percentile chart. Draw a line connecting A to
B, B to C, etc. On the second version of the
chart, the IQ test score is marked in the
rightmost column.
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The next two pages are the marking sheet for the
IQ test. This is what you give to the person
doing the IQ test.
NaVIS FAST MARKING ANSWER SHEET
FORM "A"
SCORE: _
READ THIS PAGE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS
NAME (FULU _
ADDRESS _
AGE LAST BIRTHDAY __YEARS.
DATE (TODAY) 19 _
This test is to ascertain your efficiency at solving problems. There are various sorts of questions. Below
are some sample questions. Read each question and decide which of the answers given is the correct one.
Sample (1) Which of the five helo", hard?
a) cotton b) iron c) wood d) lint e) silk
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The right answer is (b) iron; so a heavy mark has been placed in the oval under the column (b) opposite
the question. This is the way to the answers. Try the next sample question yourself. Fill in the oval
under the correct column.
Sample (2) A pekinese is a kind of _____.
a b c d e
a) cat b) fish c) bird d) dog e) plant 0 0 0
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The answer is dog, so you should have filled in the oval under column d.
Sample (3) Which of the numhers below is smaller than 62?
a b c d e
a) 65 b) 94 c) 71 d) 63 e) 59 0 0 0 0 0
The answer is 59 of course, so you should have filled in the oval under column e.
There are 80 questions to the test. You are not necessarily expected to answer all of them in the time
allowed, but answer as many as you can. You will be allowed 30 minutes after you are told to begin. Try
to get as many right as possible. but do not try to go so fast that you make careless mistakes. If a question
appears to difficult go onto the next one, you may have time to come back to the difficult one.
No questions will be answered by the examiner after the test has started. If vou have some questions ask
them now.
Copyrighl (c) 1960. L. Ron Hubbard. All RighlS Reserved.
FORM "A"
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The next five pages are the test questions for the
IQ test. I believe that currently, Scientology uses
two versions of this test: version A and version
B. They alternate between the two tests.

Note: There is no information in this packet for
scoring the IQ test.
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I, If two ice creams cost eight how many could you huy for eighty
(a) 160 (b) 16 (c) 20 (d) 64 (e) 6
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2. A child dOl" not alway, het\ c,,'
(a) eyes (b) nose (e) toys (d) lung (e) mouth
3. A collellc'" I' mn"t 10
(a) text books (b) a blackboard (c) a janitor (d) a teacher (e) pencils
4. Usually it is ,afer to .iudge chara".'ter hy
(a) wealth (b) appearance (c) voice (d) actions (e) shoes
5. The first figure is related to the second in the same way as the third is related to one of the following
four. Which one?
This
is to this 2
as this is to
(a) (b)) ) ) )
(c) 5
6. The opposite of awkward is
(a) strong (b) healthy (c) beautiful
7 The moon i... relatc..'d III l',lIth a, the earth is tn
(d) slow (e) graceful
(a) Venus (b) clouds (c) the sun (d) the stars (e) the Universe
R. If the first two statements are true the third is -?
George is older th'\n Bill.
Harry is older than George.
Bill is younger than Harry.
(a) true (b) false (c) uncertain
9. Which of the five words below is most unlike the other four?
(a) swift (b) "quick (c) speedy (d) run (e) fast
10. Which of these words comes first in the dictionary?
(a) forgotten (b) furious (c) failure (d) fast (e) fire
11. Diamonds are more costly than glass because they are
(a) prettier (b) purer (c) transparent (d) carbon (e) scarcer
12. What letter in the word LONDONER is the same number in the word (counting from the beginning)
as it is in the alphabet?
(a) E (b) 0 (c) N (d) L (e) D
13. A memory that is not definite could be said to be
(a) safe (b) vague (c) forgotten (d) beautiful (e) sad
14. If a dog can run 10 feet in I/5th of a second, how many feet could he run in 20 seconds?
(a) 500 (b) 350 (c) 2500 (d) 1000 (e) 250
15. Four of these five things are similar in some way, which item is dissimilar?
(a) petrol (b) oil (c) wood (d) electricity (e) coal
16. If 5 crates of oranges weigh 200 pounds and each empty crate weighs 5 lbs., how many pounds
oranges are there in the five crates?
(a) 205 (b) 55 (e) 175 (d) 120 (e) 195
17. One number is out of series in the following: 1, 6, 2, 7, 3, 8, 4, 9, 5, 9.
Which number is incorrect?
(a) 7 (b) 9 (c) 10 (d) 12 (e) 6
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19. If 2 1/2 yards of wire cost IS¢ what will 20 yards cost?
(a) $2.50 (b) 32¢ (c) 21 ¢ (d) $1.20 (e) 73¢
20. Four of these words are alike in some way. Which one is not so alike?
(a) throw (b) dislike (c) reject (d) answer (e) listen
21. The opposite of economy is
(a) buying (b) miserly (c) waste (d) extravagance (e) spending
22. A discussion always involves
(a) an argument (b) an office (c) a chairman (d) an audience (e) subject
23. Find the two letters in the word LOBOTOMY which" have the same number of letters between them
in the word as in the alphabet. Which of these two letters comes first in the alphabet?
(a) T (b) M (c) L (d) Y (e) 0
24. If the first two statements are true the third is -?
One cannot become a champion swimmer without much practice.
Jim frequently practices swimming.
Jim will be a champion swimmer.
(a) true (b) false (c) uncertain
25. Which of these expressions is most unlike the other three?
(a) fair to good (b) handsome to beautiful (c) small to little (d) warm to hot "
26. How many of the following words can be made from the letters in the word TRIANGLES using any
letter any number of times? feeling, greatest, glorious, relating, greasiness, trials, re-instate.
(a) 3 (b) 6 (c) 7 (d) 5 (e) 4
27. In physics the law of conservation of energy is
(a) obsolete (b) absolute (c) hypothetical (d) theoretical (e) adjustable
28. Mat is to bat as -? is to stone.
(a) Iud; (h) harJ h: I g.rind (d) mill (e) prone
29. Which of these words is related to slow as many is to few?
(a) stopped (h) eal:h (c) going (d) extra (e) fast
30. The opposite of occasionally is
(a) seldom (b) periodically (c) frequently (d) never (e) variably
31. A man and his wife, his two daughters and their husbands and four children in each daughter's family
make up a party of -? persons.
(a) 14 (b) 12 (c) 6 (d) 9 (e) 15
32. The opposite of affinity is
(a) love (b) encouragement (e) joy (d) hate (e) fear
33. A cinema film is related to a phonograph in the same way that -? is related to a pond.
(a) swimming (b) waterfall (c) yacht (d) fish (e) water
34. At a party (ere are always
(a) drinks (b) games (c) guests
35. A clock is related to time as scales are to
(a) heavy (b) motion (c) weight
(d) cabaret
(d) ounces
(e) waiters
(e) weighing machiqe'
36. "Action of changing positions" is a good definition for
(a) chaos (b) activity (c) re-arrangement (d) confusion (e) promotion
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37. If the first two statements are true. the third is -?
All students have passed their exams.
John has not passed his exam.
John is a student.
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(a) true (b) false (e) uncertain
38. If the words below' are arranged to make a good sentence, what letter would the second word of the
sentence commence with?
men. two. nave. le[l'. m o ~ t
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40. Truth is to falsehood as -? is to absence.
(a) lie (b) leave (c) presence (d) absenteeism (e) visit
41. A father is always -? than his son.
(a) taller (b) slower (c) older (d) wiser (e) sharper
42. Such things as language, clothing, customs, color, indicate
(a) temperament (b) race (c) birthplace (d) location (e) personality
43. A building always has
(a) doors (b) windows (c) walls (d) bricks (e) chimneys
44. What is related to a sphere in the same way that a square is related to a cube?
(a) sides (b) circle (c) triangle (d) angles (e) dimension
45. Which of these pairs of words is most unlike the other three?
(a) sad-pity (b) beautiful-ugly (c) truth-lie (d) give-take
46. The two words. necessary and desired mean
(a) the opposite (b) the same (c) neither the same nor the opposite
47. Of the five words below four are alike in a certain way. Which one is not like these four?
(a) run (b) walk (c) crawl (d) crouch (e) jump
48. The idea that the earth is the centre of the universe is
(a) improbably (b) intelligent (c) subversive (d) insular (e) astronomical
49. The opposite of brave is
(a) stubborn (b) traitor (c) cowardly (d) slow (e) irresponsible
50. The opposite of success is
(a) ensure (b) withdraw (c) failure (d) setback (e) win
51. Precede means to go before, pre-arrange means to arrange before, therefore pre means
(a) to arrange (b) before te) to do before (d) to go before (e) to do before or after
52. If 13 1/2 yards of wire cost $1.3S, what will 10 1/2 yards cost?
(a) 93¢ (b) $1.05 (c) 7S¢ (d) $1.44 (e) 43¢
53. Which number in this series appears a second time nearest the beginning?
7 564 8 9 I 0 6 0 9 9 7 6 S 841 902
(a) S (b) 1 (e) 0 (d) 6 (e) 7
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54.
This is to
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as this is to
(a) (d)
55. if the first two of the following statements are true the third is -?
Some of our acquaintances are clerks.
Some of our acquaintances are male.
Some of our acquaintances are male clerks.
(a) true (b) false (c) uncertain
56. If the words below are re-arranged to make a good sentence the fourth word in the sentence would
end with what letter?
the two bird is in hand the bush a in worth
(a) E (b)D (c) 0 (d) A (e) H
57. A soda fountain serves a mixture of three-parts water and two-parts orange. How many pints of
water will it take to make 100 pints of the mixture?
(a) 80 (b) 33 1/3 (c) 60 (d) 66 2/3 (e) 40
58. If a person says things he knows to be incorrect he is said to be
(a) careful (b) stubborn (c) untruthful (d) uninformed (e) self-confident
59. Which of these expressions is most unlike the other three?
(a) read books (b) make beds (c) receive guests (d) work difficulties
60. If a father can walk 10 feet while baby crawls four feet, how many feet can father walk while baby
crawls six feet?
(a) 12 (b) 8 (c) 15 (d) 18 (e) 20
61. A statement which has not a definite meaning is said to be
(a) unfair (b) true (e) ambiguous (d) doubtful (e) incorrect
62. Which of the following is a trait of personality?
(a) affluence (b) reputation (c) position (d) withdrawn (e) power
63. One number is wrong in the following series- 2, 12, 4, 9, 8, 6, 16, 4. What should that number be?
(a) II (b) 3 (c) S (d) 9 (e) I0
64. Going is to gone as now is to
(a) will be (b) today (c) then (d) yesterday (e) hereafter
65. If the words below were arranged to make a good sentence with what letter would the last word of
the sentence end?
know does mother best always not
(a) S (b) R (c) T
66.
This
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67. If a piece of string 72 inches long shrinks to 66 inches after getting wet, how long would a 96-inch
piece of string be after shrinking?
(a) 92 (b) 48 (c) 88 (d) 90 (el 76
68. Which of the five things below is most like these three- lime, cotton, ivory?
(a) water (b) snow (c) oil (d) cheese (e) sea
69. If you were looking at the five words below in a mirror standing upright the top of the page,
which would look almost the same as if you looked at it directly?
(a) BEET (b) MAMA (c) TOOK (d) DEED (e) SAT
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70. A tiger is most similar to a
(a) donkey (b) elephant (c) W('! r (d) cat (e) zebra
71. Which additional word of the five words helow would make the truer sentence?
Teachers are -? wiser than their pupils.
(a) always (b) never (c) much (d) usually (e) rarely
72. Which of the five words below is most unlike the other four?
(a) lion (b) acrobat (c) clown (d) circus (e) horse
73. What letter is the fourth letter to the right of the letter which is mid-way between U and C in the
word RESURRECTION?
(a) 0 (b) E (c) A (d) T (e) 1
74. Devolution is to evolution as progression is to
(a) expression (b) evaluation (c) retrogression (d) revolution (e) retarding
75. One number is wrong in the following 2. 4, 8, 16, 32, 60. 128. What should that number he?
(a) 3 (b) 9 (1.:) 1M (d) 64 (e) 96
76. If an electric train is travelling 15 m.p.h. to the north and the wind is blowing strongly to the south
at 30 m.p.h. the train will move to the south at 15 m.p.h.
(a) true (b) false (c) uncertain
77. If a piece of string is cut so that one piece is 2/3rds as long as the other and the total length of the
string is 40 yards, how long must the shorter piece be?
(a) 36 1/3 (b) 16 (c) 18 (d) 24213 (e) 24
78.
What number is in the space that is in the circle and in the triangle but not in the rectangle?
(a) I (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 (e) 5
79. How many numbers are there each of which is in two geometrical figures (but only two)?
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 (e) 5
What number is in the same geometrical figure or figures (and no others) as the number 7?
(a) 4 (b) 3 (c) 2 (d) 6 (e) 5
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Note: There is no information in this packet for
scoring the IQ test.
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