Just how well do you think you fare when it comes to managing your emotions? What would be your usual reaction when your colleague files for an emergency leave the day you're scheduled to give a presentation to a big-shot client, with your boss nagging you for a complete overhaul minutes before your meeting?

This nightmare-inducing scenario could easily stress out just about anyone, so the key here is being able to manage your emotional reaction, instead of letting anxiety eat you all up.

But what if--just like most people--you don't know how to go about it? Then maybe you should give the Mobile Emotional Intelligence Test (MEIT) app a try.

Yep, it does sound like a mouthful, but this nify little tool actually aims to gauge your emotional intelligence way better than the usual questionnaires out there. "The main innovation of MEIT is that the test is not just a questionnaire: it consists of a skill test to evaluate three aspects: the ability to perceive emotions, the understanding of these emotions and the ability to manage them," ScienceDaily reports. This is done through a series of quizzes that combine photos and animation so you won't get bored while taking the test. The goal? To get well over 90 points, which is the score for a fully functional empathetic human being.

Itching to give it a try? Download the app through iTunes and the Google Play Store.

(Photo by Treasure Tia via Flickr Creative Commons)

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