Age group: 12 -19 years

Number of Questions: 57

Administration method: Self-report

Group testing possible: Yes

Time required: 20-30 minutes (depending on reading level)

Available formats: Both online and paper versions of this assessment are available.

Alternate Versions: Peer-rated and Teacher-rated versions are also available.

Assessment outcomes: Total EI score and 4 sub-scale scores

1.  Emotional Recognition and Expression
2.  Understanding Emotions of Others
3. Emotions Direct Cognition
4. Emotional Management and Control


There are no right and wrong ways to feel in any one given situation, however, there are more and less effective ways of dealing with emotion and emotional information. The items making up the Adolescent SUEIT  have been designed to assess how effectively students deal with emotions and emotional information. Students are presented with a series of statements for which there are no right or wrong answers. Rather, responses to the statements should indicate the way students typically deal with emotions.


example items

Adolescent SUEIT_V2

We have worked with many schools in the primary and secondary school sectors around the world, all with unique students, long term objectives and capacities in which to get there. We would be happy to share our experience with you to help find the most suitable way for your school to move forward in utilising EI assessments and/or programs.

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