[quote]Rachel-731570 said: "I laughed. "
I think that would have been my response! Then, I would have thought, thank goodness!
Personally, I appreciate the temperament assessment because you can see how a person "operates". I was in a relationship once in which the guy was always upset with some of the ways I did things. If he had truly understood that was just the way I am, perhaps he wouldn't have so frustrated with my low-key approach to life, etc. But one needs to accept, not just understand--if they are capable of doing so, of course.
I think the interviews are fun. I wish more people had them on their profiles. I included many of my own questions on my interview. No single question was a deal breaker, but, when I look at the answers in their totality sometimes it seems likeley that the person would not be a good match. However, I can't imagine telling someone they "answered everything wrong". That just seems rude
The interview questions do not have 'right' or 'wrong' answers......Whats your favorite dessert? is ask for an opinion not a fact and can be 'right' or 'wrong'.
It's just as doing what suits your personality is no wrong answer.
Do I craft my questions with certain answers weighing in his favor over others? Of course. As far as far as right or wrong answers? Sure there are right and wrong answers. They don't necessarily correspond to my answer to the same question. Not every question has a preferred answer, but there are choices that I find more appealing in a man than others. And it is definitely a wrong answer if he is being disingenuous.
For more about crafting a good interview, check out this CM blog post. www.catholicmatch.com