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-----I stumbled upon this site that claims its tests are designed by real psychologists who are conducting confidential psychological research. That site is:
-----Please share your results!
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-----Below are my results:

-----These scores are percentiles. They tell you how high you score relative to other people. So, for example, you scored in the 30th percentile of extraversion. That means that you are more extraverted than 30% of people who have taken this assessment online.

-----Extraversion
-----You score higher than 30% of other people on extraversion. That's low. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

-----In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.

-----Agreeableness
-----You score in the 94th percentile of agreeableness. That's extremely high. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

-----People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.

-----Conscientiousness
-----You're in the 0th percentile of conscientiousness, which is extremely low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

-----People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.

-----Neuroticism
-----You score extremely low in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

-----Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.

-----Openness
-----You score higher in openness than 94% of other people. That's extremely high. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

-----People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

-----People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 

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Extraversion - 30th percentile - low

Agreeableness - 57th percentile - about average

Conscientiousness - 21st percentile - very low

Neuroticism - 96th percentile - extremely high

Openness - 83rd percentile - very high
 

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Whoa! I don't think I'm that extraverted or that... un-conscientious xD

Extraversion
You score higher than 81% of other people on extraversion. That's very high. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness
You score in the 62nd percentile of agreeableness. That's high. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness
You're in the 25th percentile of conscientiousness, which is very low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism
You score about average in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness
You score higher in openness than 88% of other people. That's very high. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 

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Extraversion
You score higher than 84% of other people on extraversion. That's very high
. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness
You score in the 9th percentile of agreeableness. That's extremely lo
w. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness
You're in the 79th percentile of conscientiousness, which is very high
. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism
You score low in neuroticis
m. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness
You score higher in openness than 59% of other people. That's about aver
age. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 

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Extraversion You score higher than 49% of other people on extraversion. That's about average. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness You score in the 42nd percentile of agreeableness. That's about average. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness You're in the 11th percentile of conscientiousness, which is very low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism You score very high in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness You score higher in openness than 63% of other people. That's high. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.



Agreeableness is a difficult one for me because I can be very agreeable or very unagreeable depending on the situation/people. So I never really know which way to answer. Generally people see me as agreeable I think, because they don't see the other side of me. But they may just be one of those people who I wouldn't have cause to be unagreeable with. I generally try and avoid situations/people that I know/feel will trigger my disagreeableness so on average I proably come across primarily agreeable.

As for conscientiousness. I am pretty on/off there, it depends on my state of my mind usually. Although weirdly enough I often tend to be early for things when I'm really trying to make an effort - over compensating.
 

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Extraversion - 3rd percentile - extremely low

Agreeableness - 28th percentile - low

Conscientiousness - 1st percentile - extremely low

Neuroticism - 94th percentile - extremely high

Openness - 80th percentile - very high
 

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Extraversion
You score higher than 5% of other people on extraversion. That's extremely low. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness
You score in the 7th percentile of agreeableness. That's extremely low. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness
You're in the 11th percentile of conscientiousness, which is very low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism
You score extremely high in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness
You score higher in openness than 39% of other people. That's low. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 
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Extraversion - 39th percentile
Agreeableness - 24th percentile
Conscientiousness - 3rd percentile
Neuroticism - 68th percentile
Openness - 68th percentile

(Their way of determining level of extraversion is horribly cliche even for a Big Five :laughing: )
 
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Extraversion - 18th percentile - very low
Agreeableness - 47th percentile - about average
Conscientiousness - 8th percentile - extremely low
Neuroticism - 99th percentile - extremely high
Openness - 94th percentile - extremely high


Extraversion
You score higher than 18% of other people on extraversion. That's very low. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness
You score in the 47th percentile of agreeableness. That's about average. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness
You're in the 8th percentile of conscientiousness, which is extremely low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism
You score extremely high in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness
You score higher in openness than 94% of other people. That's extremely high. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 
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Extraversion
You score higher than 10% of other people on extraversion. That's extremely low. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness
You score in the 33rd percentile of agreeableness. That's low. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness
You're in the 3rd percentile of conscientiousness, which is extremely low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism
You score low in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness
You score higher in openness than 49% of other people. That's about average. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 
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Extraversion - 39th percentile - low
Agreeableness - 24th percentile - very low
Conscientiousness - 35th percentile - low
Neuroticism - 43rd percentile - about average
Openness - 63rd percentile - high
 
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Lol, I'm under 18 :ninja:, oh well... Here's my results.

Extraversion-21%
You score higher than 21% of other people on extraversion. That's very low. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness-67% You score in the 67th percentile of agreeableness. That's high. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness-35% You're in the 35th percentile of conscientiousness, which is low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism-21% You score very low in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness-86% You score higher in openness than 86% of other people. That's very high. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.


Conscientiousness 35%, I'm wondering whether I have more XNTP inside me. :tongue:
 
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Extraversion - 87th percentile - very high
Agreeableness - 21st percentile - very low
Conscientiousness - 30th percentile - low
Neuroticism - 29th percentile - low
Openness - 91st percentile - extremely high
 

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Agreeableness - 85th percentile - very high
Openness - 80th percentile - very high
Neuroticism - 72nd percentile - high
Conscientiousness - 46th percentile - about average
Extraversion - 12th percentile - very low

Agreeableness
People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

Openness
Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Maslow described this as self-actualization. Most researchers call this openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

Neuroticism
People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Conscientiousness
People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.

Extraversion
Individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdraw and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.
 

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Extraversion - 55th percentile - about average
Agreeableness - 21st percentile - very low
Conscientiousness - 6th percentile - extremely low
Neuroticism - 25th percentile - very low
Openness - 95th percentile - extremely high
 
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Extraversion - 49th percentile - about average
Agreeableness - 79th percentile - very high

Conscientiousness - 3rd percentile - extremely low

Neuroticism - 91st percentile - extremely high

Openness - 35th percentile - low

These scores are percentiles. They tell you how high you score relative to other people. So, for example, you scored in the 49th percentile of extraversion. That means that you are more extraverted than 49% of people who have taken this assessment online.

Extraversion
You score higher than 49% of other people on extraversion. That's about average. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness
You score in the 79th percentile of agreeableness. That's very high. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness
You're in the 3rd percentile of conscientiousness, which is extremely low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism
You score extremely high in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness
You score higher in openness than 35% of other people. That's low. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 

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Extraversion - 8th percentile - extremely low
Agreeableness - 0th percentile - extremely low
Conscientiousness - 6th percentile - extremely low
Neuroticism - 95th percentile - extremely high
Openness - 16th percentile - very low

 
Extraversion
You score higher than 8% of other people on extraversion. That's extremely low. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness
You score in the 0th percentile of agreeableness. That's extremely low. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness
You're in the 6th percentile of conscientiousness, which is extremely low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism
You score extremely high in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness
You score higher in openness than 16% of other people. That's very low. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 

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This assessment examined the Big Five Personality Dimensions, which are (1) extraversion, (2) agreeableness, (3) conscientiousness, (4) neuroticism, and (5) openness. Let's check out your scores.Extraversion - 6th percentile - extremely low




These scores are percentiles. They tell you how high you score relative to other people. So, for example, you scored in the 6th percentile of extraversion. That means that you are more extraverted than 6% of people who have taken this assessment online.

Extraversion

You score higher than 6% of other people on extraversion. That's extremely low. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.



Agreeableness

You score in the 0th percentile of agreeableness. That's extremely low. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.



Conscientiousness

You're in the 8th percentile of conscientiousness, which is extremely low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.



Neuroticism

You score extremely high in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.



Openness

You score higher in openness than 64% of other people. That's high. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellectand culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 

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Extraversion
You score higher than 2% of other people on extraversion. That's extremely low. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness
You score in the 28th percentile of agreeableness. That's low. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness
You're in the 3rd percentile of conscientiousness, which is extremely low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism
You score very low in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness
You score higher in openness than 20% of other people. That's very low. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 

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Extraversion
You score higher than 66% of other people on extraversion. That's high. People high in extraversion are talkative, sociable, and love to be around people. They are adventurous, take risks, and generally view life as a playground. They tend to experience positive emotions.

In contrast, individuals low in extraversion, or introverts, tend to prefer to withdrawal and spend time alone. They are able to enjoy activities that provide lower levels of stimulation, and may prefer social situations that allow close conversation with a few friends rather than high-energy situations with many people. They prefer to play it safe and not take too many risks. They may be more even-keeled in their emotions and not experience as many high-highs.


Agreeableness
You score in the 95th percentile of agreeableness. That's extremely high. People high in agreeableness are motivated to maintain positive social relationships. They are empathetic, caring, less prejudiced, and may hide their emotions in order to get along better with others.

People low in agreeableness don't place a a huge emphasis on maintaining positive relationships with others. Because of this they may be more blunt and forthcoming with their emotions, as opposed to hiding them for the sake of good relationships. They may be more likely to express their individuality, and less likely to be taken advantage of by others.


Conscientiousness
You're in the 8th percentile of conscientiousness, which is extremely low. Highly conscientious people are organized, responsible, orderly, and dutiful. They tend to respect authority and follow rules. Because they are organized and responsible, they tend to be on time to meetings.

People low in conscientiousness can be more careless, spontaneous, and unstructured. They may have a more difficult time making it to meetings on time, but they may also be seen as more relaxed by their peers.


Neuroticism
You score extremely low in neuroticism. People high in neuroticism are likely to experience frequent negative emotions, including stress, anxiety, and feelings of low self-worth. On the other hand, individuals high in neuroticism may experience a richer array of emotions. They are also more vigilant in detecting dangers in their surroundings--both real and imagined.

Individuals low in neuroticism tend to be more emotionally stoic. They don't experience a wide array of negative emotions, and may stay close to their emotional baseline at most times. On the extreme side of low neuroticism, people may be unaware and/or unafraid of legitimate dangers around them.


Openness
You score higher in openness than 88% of other people. That's very high. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension. Because of this, researchers originally had a difficult time naming this dimension and called it many different things in the past, including intellect and culture. Openness is similar to what Maslow described as self-actualization. Presently, most researchers call this personality dimension openness to experience.

People who are high in openness tend to love art, music, and literature. They are highly creative, whimsical, and insightful. They tend to be prone to intellectual discussion and processing new ideas. As its name suggests, individuals characterized by openness love new experiences, including visiting new places, trying new food, and hearing new ideas. Because of this, open individuals tend to be a little more politically liberal. Highly open people may take more time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings, and as such, may have greater self-insight.

People low in openness tend to prefer routine. They like familiar situations, and may dislike trying new foods or visiting new places. They may feel somewhat confident in their current thoughts, ideas, and beliefs, and may be less likely to consider new ideas and different beliefs. Their lifestyles tend to foster stability and security. Non-open individuals tend to learn more politically conservative.
 
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