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Graphology is the study of handwriting that empowers you with the knowledge to assess people by just looking into their handwriting




Doodling is your subconsious "YOU" oh I can hear you asking hey  What is doodling? I can educate you on that doodling are  the drawings or scribblings that is filled in your rough note  there are many many things that a graphologist can find out whwn he/she looks into your doodling doodles can be a method that you have adapted to vent out your subconsious thoughts ,it can give us a picture about you, yes  from being sociable,adaptable, Responsible,Romantic,Greedy, Sexual frustrations,Criminal thoughts, Confusion,Nervous disorders and so many other things that will looking out for a recognition, craving for attention and Abuses . According to some graphologists, doodles  holds the key to your personality haha yes my brother and sister YOUR personality.

THE GOOD BAD AND UGLY. Writing is an automatic action controlled by your brain/mind/subconsious  . There are some interesting ideas about graphology.

The first thing to do is to look for the position of the doodle on the page - extroverts doodle on the middle of the paper; doodling at left is sign for worry and fear for what the future may hold; doodling on the right shows impulsiveness; high doodles betray impracticality and doodles at the foot of the paper warn of depression.

Next comes pressure: Assertive people push hard with their pens; sensitive, submissive doodlers doodle softly.

Curvy doodles are a signof sociability; angular doodles are a sign of detachment and poor interpersonal skills.

The more disciplined your doodle is, the more organized you are likely to be good

doodling according to you might be drawings ,but for a graphologists they are shapes


Your handwriting is as individual, as unique, as integral to your true self as are your fingerprints. With every stroke of the pen, your thoughts and your emotions are transmitted through your nervous system into the movements of the hands and fingers. Each times you commit words to paper in your own inimitable style, you declare your character and personality traits, talents and abilities, even your current mood!

Why handwriting analysis tests are used in selection

“Employers hire fore job skills; and fire for personality faults”

  • Traditional hiring methods(resume, interview and background checks) only provide a 14% likelihood of successful hiring decisions
  • The cost of employee turnover can range from ½ to 4 times the employee’s annual salary and benefits
  • People are good at convincing hiring managers that they are right for the job even when they know that they might not be.
  • Many times you won’t realise you have made a poor hiring decision until the team member has already become an emotional part of the team.
  • With the right tools and know-how, you can improve the chance of hiring success by upto 75%


Although personality tests from handwriting is relatively new to Corporate India, Globally more than 5000 companies are already using applicant’s handwriting as a medium of test in their hiring procedures.

A research has found that 54% of all resumes are falsified, particularly in respect of previous earnings, experience and education. Often these resumes are not prepared by the applicants. Resumes do not also demonstrate the attitudes, approach, performance or personality of the applicant.

Why a handwriting personality test is the right choice for HR managers

  • Identify prospective embezzlers and frauds
  • Improve team work and work environment by letting the best possible combination of people to be in the team
  • Gain insight before promoting or transferring employees
  • Retrenchment
  • Troublemaker
  • Background checks – in case of the applicant’s first employment, there is no scope for background checks. Handwriting analysis test provides a useful check in this regard
  • Profile out-of-town applicants
  • Discover strengths and weakness before interviewing

Why are modern businesses turning to this old science?

  1. Matchmaking – HR professionals find handwriting analysis helps avoid the ‘square-peg’ syndrome mismatching a new hire, promotion or transfer to a job, thus saving the organization thousands of rupees in training and orientation.
  2. Assessment tool – offers a way to look beneath the surface to identify the individual’s personality traits and aptitudes, and determine whether they fit the job.

Handwriting analysis for recruitment and staff development

  1. Graphology assessments
  2. Personality in the workplace-  from various surveys, it has been found 85% of problems are personality-related. Temperament, attitude and behaviour are just as important as qualifications and technical competence but much harder to assess at a selection interview.
  3. Company culture –companies, like individuals, have their own personality or culture. This explains why people who are happy and successful in one company are unhappy doing a similar job in a different one. With an understanding of company culture, both person and job description, handwriting analysis can provide managers with useful, focused assessments to complement other selection procedures.





Teaching is certainly the occupation where knowledge of handwriting analysis is most useful.


  1. Pre-school

The child’s drawing is a message just like handwriting. At the same time it is a spontaneous language and a free act by which the child tell and explains everything that he cannot express in words. The scribbles and drawings contain the same symbolic features as those studied in handwriting that is pressure, movement, speed, form, use of space, etc.


When drawing, the child structures is ego, he experiments with all of life’s questions. It is therefore important to warmly receive the child’s drawing, since by giving to us; he delivers a message and reveals himself in a gesture of love. A negligence glance or disinterest can deeply wound the child.


Knowing how to decipher this message, which is unique each time, makes it possible for us to enrich our relationship with the child and to help him develop his potential.


  1. Primary Education

With the first cycle of primary education, the child finally starts to learn how to write. Handwriting requires a physiological maturity that children acquire gradually and can largely dependent on age. The child’s concentration in acquiring this maturity involves slowness and tension that results in a heavy and static handwriting.

The easy progression of handwriting is achieved only when fear is overcome.  A good way of overcoming this fear is to allow movement to come into play as soon as possible. Simple exercises can easily make the child confident by making him feel the ease of moment.


Self-esteem is a fundamental feature in the development of the child. Handwriting and drawing are remarkable indicators of self-esteem. To know how to decode them is useful for any teacher. Moreover, swift action to correct bad habits and early monitoring of problems can make all the difference.


c. Secondary education

Adolescence is marked by significant changes at both psychological and physiological changes. Teachers of pupils, age 14 to 15 years know that this period is particularly difficult for many. The torments, both inside (crisis of identity) and outside (parent/child relationship) are frequently translated into handwriting.


The ways of thinking are solidified: Logic, reasoning, analysis, intuition, etc. and express themselves in particular by the shape, stroke, quality, organisation of space, etc. The teacher who is attentive to the sudden changes of a pupil’s handwriting will have an important tool for monitoring and thus be able to collaborate more efficiently. In many cases remedial handwriting exercises can make all the difference between liking oneself through self-respect and hating oneself by self-isolation



D.College/ University


The handwriting of the young adult becomes a stable. The graphic gesture is normally personalised, less attention is paid to the form of writing. The writers occupational aptitudes, his strength and vulnerabilities are recorded in the whole handwriting.


At this age, the temperaments, the syndromes, and the fields of strength are usually so well in place that they are evident in handwriting, such that we can distinguish the introverts from the extroverts, the manual worker from the intellectual, the leader from the subordinates, the doer from the planner. Now handwriting plays a more important role as an instrument of communication which makes it possible to structure the thought.





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