George S. Ledyard
Anyway, I think that if a test is properly run with ukes who understand their role in the testing process properly, the properly prepared candidate walks away from the test feeling empowered but at the same time humbled. He or she should come out of a test with a very realistic idea about what they need to be working on for the next level. If someone walks away from a Shodan test feeling like a bad ass, the test wasn't done properly, in my opinion.
(where's the "like" button.. oh, wrong forum)
Not sure about the others who've tested when I've been testing, but I've usually come away from a test thinking "what? you're passing me with THAT many mess-ups?" and... "Whew.. Survived!"