Take the questionnaires. Discover people and experiences that are relevant to your aspiration.

About the motivation behind NUS Bridge

Have you ever had uncertainity in the quest for your hopes while you're still in university?

While keeping up with technical knowledge is important, we believe that who you know are the most important assets for your personal well-being or professional success.

We also believe that knowing your flaws is also a strength because they can work against you or your aspirations when you interact with people.

So, we thought about an experiment. We created NUS Bridge to discover your personality, and interesting people and experiences from the crowd relevant to your aspiration.

As we are constantly influenced by our environment and friends, we also have an effect on our friends too. When you believe that the observed insights from others makes sense, then you feel more confident to learn, act or think in their way (and perhaps successfully too), therefore giving you a better sense of confidence and direction for your aspiration.

Let us begin by understanding you

Your Aspiration

What do you want to be or achieve after your graduation?

Your Education

What modules have you done well in?

Your Experience

What do you do, what are you good at, and what do you know?

Your Personality

What words describe you?

The Analysis Methodology

We match people who contextually entered the same aspiration as you do, divide them with respect to your personality and present information about their experiences and academic background.

Symmetrical Connections

People whose personalities are similiar to you; likely relatable

Complementary Connections

People whose personalities are not like you; good to know too

Changing your personality is not necessary but the experiences by other people who share common aspirations are perhaps interesting insights for you. You may be surprised by the results.

The test is based on Four Temperaments. In this theory, each person's personality is a blend of two traits from the four – sanguine, choleric, melancholic, phlegmatic. The top two dominant traits are determined by the occurrences of each trait selected, represented by its characteristic. There are 40 questions of 4 choices each.

In addition, based on this theory and your two dominant temperaments, you will see a snapshot of your emotions and strengths, and suggested corrections on your weaknesses in the analysis results.

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