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There is no offline version of the HIGH5 strengths test as of this moment.
No, HIGH5 is offered free of charge because we believe that everyone in the world would be better off if each one of us focused on our strengths. Our mission is to help people become more self-aware by making transformational tools available to the public. Therefore, we won’t ever sell your personal data just as you won’t see any 3rd party ads on our platform. To offer the test free of charge to the wider audience, we provide premium services for individuals and organizations who would like our help in applying and growing their strengths on regular basis.
No. While strengths might be easily confused with skills (you can read our methodology here to understand the clear distinction), the assessment is not designed to measure skills levels of individuals. It goes against our philosophy to suggest that only certain personal strengths predict success in specific professional areas. Besides, the industry practice shows that, when forced, personality assessments rarely capture true types of candidates, as they try to imitate what they think is expected.
All data on our servers go through an encrypted channel to provide extra level of security. You can see the padlock in the address bar as an indicator of that. In addition to that, we do not process your card details, but use world’s most renown payment processors to do that on our behalf. This way none of your card data is recorded on our servers, which makes the checkout even more secure.
At the moment, the platform is available only in English. However, we are actively working on making it translated into as many languages as possible. If you would like to help making HIGH5 available in your language, you’re more than welcome to contribute either as a translator or as a reviewer. You can find more information and express your interest here.
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