Self Rating Questionnaire

Self Rating Questionnaire

Definition

The Self Rating Questionnaire (SRQ) was developed to provide a self-assessment on 13 core competencies or Personal Entrepreneurial Competencies (PECs). The instrument comprises 70 behavioral statements. The person completing the instrument uses a five-point rating scale to rate how well each statement describes him or her. There are 5 items based on each of the 13 competencies and an additional 5 items composing a social desirability scale.

Domains

Competencies, Entrepreneurship

Administrations

Self-administered

Assessment type

Positive psychology

Assessment modes

Questionnaire

Eligibility

Adults

Estimated time

About 30 minutes

Attribution

Mansfield, R. S., McClelland, D. C., Spencer, L. M., & Santiago, J. (1987). The identification and assessment of competencies and other personal characteristics of entrepreneurs in developing countries. Final Report: Project No. 936-5314, Entrepreneurship and Small Enterprise Development, Contract No. DAN-5314-C-00-3065-00, Washington, DC: United States Agency for International Development; Boston, MA: McBer.