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This is a discussion on Correlation between Big 5 and MBTI? (Big 5 test) within the Big Five forums, part of the Other Personality Theories category; https://www.123test.com/personality-test/ If there is; then this test has me as a clear INTP. Big Five personality test report The Big ...

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    Correlation between Big 5 and MBTI? (Big 5 test)

    https://www.123test.com/personality-test/

    If there is; then this test has me as a clear INTP.


    Big Five personality test report

    The Big Five Personality Test offers a concise measure of the five major factors of personality, as well as the six facets that define each factor. Factor scores give a broad global description of an individual. Facet scores describe, in more detail, the specific traits of personality that make up the broad global description.


    Summary of your report

    The Big Five Factors Describing a low range scoring person... Percentile Range Describing a high range scoring person...
    Openness to experience Traditionalist • down-to-earth • practical • conservative 86 High Imaginative • open-minded • experimental
    Conscientiousness (Work Ethic) Spontaneous • disorganised • prefers flexible plans 1 Very low Conscientious • disciplined • efficient • well organised
    Extraversion Reserved • formal • serious • quiet 15 Low Outgoing • friendly • assertive • likes working with others
    Agreeableness Hard-headed • sceptical • competitive • proud 11 Low Compassionate • eager to please • good natured
    Natural reactions Not easily upset in stressful situations • relaxed 81 High Experiences negative emotional reactions and feelings of anxiety • prone to worry


    Understanding the scores

    This report ranks your scores within a range from 'very low' to 'very high'. To enable you to make a comparison the percentage of people* who normally fall within each range is indicated.
    *Normal adult working population. Please note that distribution of scores may differ if comparisons are being made against other cultural, demographic or specific occupational groups.
    Approximate distribution for normal adult working population:
    Ranges Very Low Low Middle High Very High
    Cumulative percentile < 7% 7% > 30% 30% > 70% 70% > 93% 93% >
    Range size 7% 23% 40% 23% 7%
    The Strongest Personality Factor

    The Factor test score furthest away from 50 - above or below - indicates the person's strongest personality trait. This personality trait is likely to have the greatest influence on your overall behaviour, motivation, values and reactions to life and work situations. The next furthest away from 50 - above or below - is likely to have the next greatest influence and so on.


    What do you all think? Is there a clear correlation between Big 5 and MBTI?



    Last edited by Chesire Tower; 12-26-2016 at 06:00 PM.
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    The Big Five Factors Describing a low range scoring person... Percentile Range Describing a high range scoring person...
    Openness to experience Traditionalist • down-to-earth • practical • conservative 86 High Imaginative • open-minded • experimental
    Conscientiousness (Work Ethic) Spontaneous • disorganised • prefers flexible plans 60 Middle Conscientious • disciplined • efficient • well organised
    Extraversion Reserved • formal • serious • quiet 17 Low Outgoing • friendly • assertive • likes working with others
    Agreeableness Hard-headed • sceptical • competitive • proud 48 Middle Compassionate • eager to please • good natured
    Natural reactions Not easily upset in stressful situations • relaxed 51 Middle Experiences negative emotional reactions and feelings of anxiety • prone to worry

    Got RLOEI, "traduced" as INTJ, which surprised me as I kind of were sure that I've pulled out a decent A over E result(as I usually do). Also, I expected a strong Limbicism over Calmness but the score was rather very neutral.

    The questions this test asked weren't actually any bad, I've even liked it but I'm kind of disappointed about the results algorythm.

    Edit: I know the results algorythm is systematic, it was just an expression.

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    Correlation between Big 5 and MBTI? (Big 5 test)

    I didn't do this exact test but here are my scores from a previous one:

    Openness - 70

    Conscientiousness - 69

    Extraversion - 3

    Agreeableness - 57

    Neuroticism - 14

    |R|cOAI

    edit: Never mind, I'll redo it with this test. Will post results asap.

    -----
    The Big Five Test - Results

    Openness to experience
    81
    High
    Imaginative • open-minded • experimental

    Conscientiousness (Work Ethic)
    Spontaneous • disorganised • prefers flexible plans
    65
    Middle
    Conscientious • disciplined • efficient • well organised

    Extraversion
    Reserved • formal • serious • quiet
    3
    Very low

    Agreeableness
    Hard-headed • sceptical • competitive • proud
    57
    Middle
    Compassionate • eager to please • good natured

    Natural reactions
    Not easily upset in stressful situations • relaxed
    35
    Middle
    Experiences negative emotional reactions and feelings of anxiety • prone to worry

    Notes: I couldn't find the MBTI result on the page unless I misunderstood or overlooked something or have to do another test. Also, the natural reactions score probably has more to do with how easily I am to upset if the right buttons are pressed rather than how calm I am. In real life situations, it's usually me who stays cool-headed in pressure situations. Probably also why I procrastinate so much actually.

    I did the MBTI test from that website and got INFJ.
    Last edited by Nephilibata; 12-26-2016 at 08:32 PM.
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    That would make it xCOEn, or xSTJ. I usually get sCOei results on Big 5 tests, but it nevertheless fits.
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    Here for your correlation:
    Global 5/Big 5 to Jung/MBTI/Kiersey correlations

    I get RCOEN, which correlates to ISTJ.
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    This time I got a result that would correlate with an IxTP type but the last time I did a big five test I got SCOEN or SLOEN (I don't remember which) which correlates with ESTJ.

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    Correlation between Big 5 and MBTI? (Big 5 test)

    I don't like the openness to experience category, especially the questions asked in the one above, like it asked about progressive politics vs conservative and I answered a double minus on both, because reforms mean more gov which is bad and conservative means dumb social rules which is bad.

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    Openness to experience 78
    Conscientiousness 20
    Extraversion 15
    Agreeableness 16
    Natural reactions 66

    This would then be ... RxUEI? I'd go with RLUEI. So, INTP.

    Similar Minds Global 5 results in RLUEI.
    Last edited by Silent Theory; 12-27-2016 at 09:32 AM.
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    Openness to experience 2 (very low)
    Conscientiousness 23 (low)
    Extraversion 31 (middle)
    Agreeableness 9 (low)
    Natural reactions 43 (middle)
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    Big Five Test Results

    Extroversion |||||||||||||| 52%
    Orderliness |||||||||| 34%
    Emotional Stability |||||||||| 38%
    Accommodation |||||||||| 36%
    Inquisitiveness |||||||||||||||||| 80%
    The Big Five is currently the most accepted personality model in the scientific community. The Big Five emerged from the work of multiple independent scientists/researchers starting in the 1950s who using different techniques obtained similar results. Those results were that there are five distinct personality traits/dimensions. Here are your results on each dimension:

    Extroversion results were medium which suggests you average somewhere in between being assertive and social and being withdrawn and solitary.
    Orderliness results were moderately low which suggests you are, at times, overly flexible, random, scattered, and fun seeking at the expense of structure, reliability, work ethic, and long term accomplishment.
    Emotional Stability results were moderately low which suggests you are worrying, insecure, emotional, and anxious.
    Accommodation results were moderately low which suggests you are, at times, overly selfish, uncooperative, and difficult at the expense of the well being of others.
    Inquisitiveness results were high which suggests you are very intellectual, curious, imaginative but possibly not very practical.

    Your Global5/SLOAN type is SLUEI
    Your Primary type is Inquisitive
    Global 5: sloan SLUEI; sloan+ xlue|I|; primary Inquisitive; S(52%)L(62%)U(66%)E(64%)I(80%)

    Interesting, now I got SLUEL or ENTP. I always get higher extraversion scores on some versions of Big 5 tests as compared to MBTI which tends to define the E/I polarity differently.


     
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