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SXA Test : Terms and Conditions

The SXA system has been developed and tested rigorously and we have made sure that each question is easy to understand and relevant for the purpose of understanding One Self. You need not have any doubts on the above. People across 20 countries have experienced the SXA system and endorsed by CEO's, Professors, Teachers, Students, Doctors, Mathematicians, Technology Experts, HR leaders, Think Tanks/Chambers of Commerce, Educational Institutions and many more. The SXA test comprises of 120 questions and approximately takes 25 to 30 minutes to complete. The choice of answers are numerical based on the Likert scale of 1 to 6, where '1' represents 'Least Likely' and '6' stands for 'Most Likely'. You choose YOUR answers and generate your complete reflection report (CRR). The SXA algorithm carries out 2500 calculations within seconds of your completion of the test to generate a 20 page CRR. Because the SXA Test pertains to the human condition it is very necessary that the ideal conditions be maintained while taking the test as it has direct bearing on the results.
Some of them are:

1. Concentrate fully without any distractions or disturbance while marking responses to each question.
2. The test should not be taken if you are in a disturbed state of mind.
3. It is preferable and helpful to meditate with your eyes closed for a few minutes just prior to taking the test to focus your mind and be in a calm state.
4. This is an online test. Make sure you are able to see and read clearly on the device you are using to take the test.
5.Ensure you have a stable internet connection during the time you are taking the test.
6. The test should be taken in a calm and serene place and not in a noisy or crowded atmosphere.
7. Let us assure you every question applies to the human condition. Go ahead and take the test with an open mind as a seeker of knowing your true SELF.

* Example: While taking the blood pressure reading, if you are calm and relaxed versus you just came after running/jogging to take the reading, both situations will give substantially varied results. Similarly the ideal conditions to take the test as described above should be kept in mind. Variation from the ideal conditions may lead to marking responses by you which you may have done differently under ideal conditions.