This is a very interesting test because it doesn't give you a clear 'yes' or 'no' answer. I got a 60.
What is addresses is (1) the spontaneity of the start-up entrepreneur and (2) the rigidity and the constancy of keeping a company afloat. I like to consider myself more the 'start-up' kind of guy at this point in my life. I've got tons of ideas and am always thinking of ways to best implement them. But idea is the first step, execution is the second, first sale is the third... then comes the uncertainty. According to this test, someone who can ride out this uncertainty phase is definitely needed to launch the project and to get it rolling, but keeping it rolling is another skill entirely that is most often left up to the ones who are experienced and schooled in the procedure. This is why many founders end up leaving their companies and cashing out (with a relatively small amount, mind you) or they end up getting kicked out and having no choice.