High Scores: 57 or above
Medium Scores: 48 to 56
Low Scores: 47 or less
What Your Score Means
As a high scorer, you are in touch with both good and bad qualities in yourself. You are fairly comfortable with who you are and don't let others tell you who you are. You are accepting of yourself. Your self-awareness will aid you in adjusting to college and in making decisions once you enroll. You will be less prone to behave in college so as to impress others. You are comfortable with your abilities and personality and such comfort will enable you to make mature decisions in college.
Low or medium scorers may be just beginning to know themselves. Normally, teenagers' perceptions of themselves are heavily influenced by peers, but low scorers here may be overly responsive to the wishes and demands others have for them. You may be trying so hard to please, you don't know what you really want. A low scorer might find it easier to acquire self-understanding and confidence at a smaller, more supportive college than at an enormous university. Low scorers might look for schools where they'll be a big fish in a small pond.