The Tennessee Self-Concept Scale, one of the most popular measures of self-concept in children, adolescents, and adults, offers norms down to age 7, easy scoring procedures, and guidance in interpreting scores and designing therapeutic interventions.
The test gives you 15 scores—including an Academic/Work Score that tells you how respondents see themselves in school and job settings:
Physical, Moral, Personal, Family, Social, Academic/Work
Total Self-Concept, Conflict
Supplementary Scores, Identity, Satisfaction, Behaviour
Validity Scores, Inconsistent Responding, Self-Criticism, Faking Good, Response Distribution