Discover your natural strengths across 14 factors that are crucial to performance in the workplace.
Start exploring what makes you, you.
How does it work?
Get started in three easy steps: it’s simple, immediate and all online.
1. Choose a report
Decide whether to explore what makes you who are you in your career or your relationships.
2. Do the questionnaire
Answer 49 multiple choice questions, it takes less than half an hour to complete.
3. Get your results
Discover more about the subconscious traits that make you who you are.
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Explore our step-by-step guide to your subconscious and learn more about how The Cambridge Code works. Get FREE access to your exclusive TCC Life report and learn more about 12 traits that shape your daily thoughts, desires and reactions.
Backed by science.
- Developed by our team of highly experienced clinical, medical and theoretical specialists (out of Cambridge University).
- Underpinned by the most up-to-date and modern scientific models of human development.
- Built on an evidence base combining 75 years of professional and clinical experience.
- Incorporated insights from thousands of clinical consultations and corporate interviews.
- Trialled and validated extensively.
Frequently asked questions
The mind is our human superpower. It affects all aspects of our lives and it can help us, or it can trip us up, without us always understanding why. Knowing more about the fundamental traits and characteristics that shape your daily thoughts, desires and reactions offers the power of choice. The choice to take more control of your life and pick more of the things that suit you in life.
The Cambridge Code measures a range of deep-seated traits that make us who we are, and helps us to understand why we think, feel or act in the way we do.
TCC Careers measures 14 factors that are key to performance in the workplace. From assessing your innate ambition to discovering your natural leadership style – your results give you the latest insight from our scientists at Cambridge University to help you transform your career. Learn more.
TCC Relationships reveals your innate preferences across five areas that are a crucial part of every relationship. From learning about your natural desire for attention to how easy you find it to compromise, uncover why you are attracted to the people you are and what you can do to strengthen your relationship. Learn more.
You’ll get your results immediately. When you finish the questionnaire, click on the button to go to your report and start exploring your subconscious world.
You can click on each of the areas to explore them in more detail – from finding out what we are measuring with each of the traits, to discovering what your results mean for you.
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TCC CareersProgramme manager seeking validation
“It was such a useful experience. Seeing my results allowed me to realise I’m more balanced than I often think – some validation! I remind myself of this when I’m feeling stressed at work and it’s helped me to trust my instincts and feel more confident just being myself.”
TCC CareersYoung professional with more to give
“My results were a little surprising at first, particularly the idea that I might be holding myself back – I’ve always seen myself as very ambitious! But reading more about the reasons behind this really resonated. It’s amazing it can pick up on things you aren’t even aware of and has definitely helped me to make some different decisions at work.”
TCC RelationshipsRethinking relationships past and present
“Super interesting! Things are great with my partner, but I’ve never really looked at our relationship like this and it’s given me a new way to stay connected to him and keep us on the same page. Is it bad I found it more interesting thinking about why things went wrong in the past though? It turns out it really wasn’t my fault after all.”
TCC RelationshipsStill learning after 15 years of marriage
“My niece had to persuade me to try this - having been happily married for 15 years, I didn’t see the relevance. But what an eye-opener! I can see what makes my husband the way he is, and why our differences arise. Those tricky corners in our relationship are so much easier to negotiate now. This should be on everyone’s wedding list!”