Plum’s Discovery Survey was created to better understand what people truly prioritize. There may be times in the survey where you need to select options that are "Most Like You" or "Least Like You", yet none of them seem to fit.
This is a normal reaction to taking the Discovery Survey. This happens because the survey is forced-choice (e.g., forces you to choose between desirable options).
To complete the survey you MUST select options that are "Least Like You" and "Most Like You."
Research has shown that if we give people the ability to say everything good is “Most Like Them” and everything bad is “Least Like Them,” we wouldn’t get a very accurate picture of a person.
Note that you will see similar statements show up multiple times, but the set of statements that you need to compare them to is different. Where you might have said a statement was “most like you” previously, maybe the two statements that surround a similar statement are now more like you, which alters the priority a bit.
No one question determines your priorities much, but after many questions and statements, we are able to get an overall picture of your priorities.