The Validity Score is a measure of how honestly someone answered the questions. The validity score will either say ‘Acceptable’ or ‘Caution’. Acceptable means the participant was truthful when completing the assessment. Caution means the individual was either distracted or trying to make their results look a certain way. If you see Caution, read the results with a grain of salt and verify areas that may seem ‘too good to be true’ by asking relevant interview questions and verify results with references.