For each CISS scale, two scores are calculated, one based on your interests, the other based on your skills. The interest score shows how much you like the specified activities; the skill score shows how confident you feel about performing these activities.
The graphs show your standard scores for interests (the top blue dot) and skills (the bottom purple triangle).
Your score on each scale is compared to the scores of workers in that occupation. The graphs of the Occupational Scales contain lighter shaded bars that represent the scores of the middle 50% of the occupational group.
Scores of 60 and above are quite high, and scores of 40 and below are quite low.