How does your test determine vector potential?
The sensitivity of our bodily orifices is determined genetically, and the same genes (or set of genes) are responsible for which organs are more sensitive than others and the body’s unique biochemistry while also matching up to different vectors. That is why we point to the markers clearly indicating the presence (and magnitude) of vectors in a person as those vectors’ potential.
Many test questions look for natural inclinations. For example, a keen sense of smell is a dead giveaway for a strong violet (olfactory) vector.
Other questions look for qualities that may or may not be present for people with identical vector potential, and in so doing establish the degree to which vectors are accepted (balanced/realized).