Scientology's gateway drug: The personality test and what it's actually telling you - 2017-03-26
Recent articles in the New Statesman the Missouri Injury Blog, and The Tab join the dozens of articles over the years that describe the experience of completing Scientology's free personality test, the Oxford Capacity Analysis. None yet discuss the "correct" answers, although they have been available on the Internet for years.
The test consists of 200 questions, the answer to each being yes, no, or maybe. Each answer is awarded from 1 to 7 points which are assigned to one of 10 categories: Stability, Happiness, Composure, Certainty, Active, Aggression, Responsibility, Correct estimation, Appreciation or Communication level. The answer "maybe" never has more points assigned than either "yes" or "no," so each question has a "correct" answer that will lead to a higher score.
The test is available in person or online, although the results are only available in person at a Scientology org or mission. The Oxford Capacity Analysis, or OCA, is unrelated to Oxford University. It was copied and modified by L. Ron Hubbard in the 1950s from the Johnson Temperament Analysis (JTA), a test developed in 1941 by eugenics professor Dr. Roswell H. Johnson.