Border Crossing Index Questionnaire

Instructions

After reading each statement or question, select the answer which feels right to you and then click the box next to it.  Do not leave any question blank. When you are finished, you will be asked to make a small payment to obtain your BCI classification.

Note

Your classification is based upon your responses to the 25-item questionnaire. It does not take into account your individual personality traits and characteristics. 

Please treat your classification as an indication rather than a set result that cannot be changed.  In the BCI report, several strategies are suggested for you to improve your border crossing ability.

Questions

1. Where did you attend high school? *
2. How long did you attend a government school for your secondary education? *
3. When I was at secondary school, I believed that if I worked hard and achieved good grades, I would get a good job. 

How true was this of you? *
4. From Grade 10 onwards, I really wanted to leave secondary school to look for a job.

How true was this of you? *
5. Does either your father or mother have a university degree? *
6. When I left high school, my only thought was *
7. "When I cheat, I am a cheater; when I let someone else copy my work, I am a helper."

How do you feel about this student's view of cheating at school? *
8. Which comment accurately portrays your parents' interest in your high school years? *
9. Select ONE course from the list that you would like to study if you went to university *
10. When I study, I tend to *
11. How competent was your English language when you left school? *
12. How often have you or your parents travelled to a Western country in Europe, North America, South Africa or Australasia? *
13. In general, I prefer government jobs than jobs in the private sector because the government jobs have better salaries and work conditions.

Out of 10 with 10 indicating you 100% agree and 0 indicating you do not agree, how do you rate your agreement with this statement? *
14. Did your parents fully support your decision to attend university after leaving school? *
15.  "My father (or mother) is in a government job and I'll probably follow them into a government job."  Out of 10 with 10 indicating you 100% agree and 0 indicating you do not agree at all, how does this statement reflect your thinking about job-seeking? *
16. For many reasons, I would prefer *
17. Which of the following comments best reflects your attitude to music? *
18. I am prepared to work very hard and long hours - I don’t expect a short-cut to success.

Out of 10 with 10 indicating you 100% agree and 0 indicating you do not agree, how do you rate your agreement with this statement? *
19. How do you think you might react if you see a family leave a whole pile of rubbish in a park or wadi on a weekend? *
20. I would do anything to help my friend even if I knew he had broken the law.

Select the statement that most accurately expresses your thinking if your friend asks you for help. *
21. I tend to trust people based more on their status (job title, education, family background) rather than their personal achievements.

Out of 10 with 10 indicating you 100% agree and 0 indicating you do not agree, how do you rate your agreement with this statement? *
22. When I experience failure or a knock-back, I tend to *
23. I want a government job because I don't really want to work long days with less benefits and salary.

How true is this statement of you? *
24. In general, I feel *
25. When I think about my life, I feel I have little control over it as I tend to allow other people and events to influence me.

Select the statement that most accurately expresses your agreement with this view. *
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