I have not read the books you mentioned, so they may have some of what I write next already explained in them:
Your chosen asset allocation falls within the normal broad range between
(a) Total Stock Market weights for large, mid, small stocks and
(b) A small-cap and value-tilted or overweighted asset allocation composed of half large cap, half small cap, half blend, half value, half domestic and half foreign (of the equities). (That's a lot of half's, but they don't overlap.)
Several folks would recommend (b) over any other kind of equity asset allocation. It might be helpful to read the book I mentioned as well as Rick Ferri's "All About Asset Allocation" and Wm Bernstein's "The Four Pillars of Investing". One can also get the same ideas from some of the "must-read" articles at FundAdvice.com - Home
That said, there is nothing wrong with your asset allocation, but I'm uncertain that taking a quiz is a good way to come up with an asset allocation. Swedroe's book helps you come up with an asset allocation and explains the reasons why that AA is a good one for you.
Then once you have an asset allocation conviction, how do you fulfill it? It will depend on the funds available in your 401(k) and other factors such as costs, the kinds of accounts available to you, asset location, etc.