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Post your Five Factor theory results

Post de Burgh on Mon 19 Jun - 19:48

Test: https://www.truity.com/test/big-five-personality-test

You Are Low in Openness to Experience
Your score for openness was low, at 43%. Openness describes a person’s tendency to think in abstract, complex ways. High scorers tend to associate ideas and see relationships between things. Low scorers tend to see things more literally, and focus more on the practical, straightforward, and concrete.

People who are low in openness are typically:

Practical
Traditional
Conventional
Most comfortable in familiar surroundings
Low Openness scorers are more likely to be politically conservative and to spend their leisure time enjoying mainstream entertainment, including sports, movies, and pop music. They do not tend to be interested in art and usually avoid high-brow cultural activities like the opera or the ballet.


You Are Highly Conscientious
Your score for Conscientiousness was high, at 80%.

Conscientiousness describes a person’s ability to exercise self-discipline and control in order to pursue their goals. High scorers are organized and determined, and are able to forego immediate gratification for the sake of long-term achievement.

People who are high in Conscientiousness are usually:

Orderly
Dependable
Hardworking
Cautious
People high in Conscientiousness are more likely to be successful in their careers and less likely to develop addictions of all kinds. They have high levels of self-control and are good at resisting impulses. They usually have neat, organized homes and orderly, well-planned lives.


You Are Low in Extraversion
Your score for Extraversion was low, at 38%.

Extraversion describes a person’s inclination to seek stimulation from the outside world, especially in the form of attention from other people. Extraverts engage actively with others in order to earn friendship, admiration, power, status, excitement, and romance. Introverts tend to conserve their energy, and do not work as hard to earn these social rewards.

People who are low in Extraversion tend to be:

Reserved
Independent
Quiet
Deliberate
Extraversion seems to be related to the emotional payoff that a person gets from achieving a goal, especially a goal that involves other people. People who are high in Extraversion are thrilled by achievements like getting a promotion, landing a new mate, or receiving an award. People who are low in Extraversion do not experience the same “high” from these experiences, and so do not put in as much effort to pursue them.

People who are low in Extraversion tend to be fairly independent, and do not need a lot of admiration or recognition from others in order to feel satisfied. They tend not to be interested in money or status, and would rather lead a life that is personally pleasing than one that gains them the attention of others.


You Are Low in Agreeableness
Your score for Agreeableness was low, at 45%.
Agreeableness describes a person’s tendency to put others’ needs ahead of their own, and to cooperate rather than compete with others. People who are high in Agreeableness experience a great deal of empathy and tend to get pleasure out of serving and taking care of others. They are usually trusting and forgiving.

People who are low in Agreeableness tend to experience less empathy and put their own concerns ahead of others. Low scorers are often described as hostile, competitive, and antagonistic. They tend to have more conflictual relationships and often fall out with people.

Your low score in Agreeableness indicates that you put your own needs first most of the time. You may see other people as a threat to your ability to get what you want, and you often suspect ulterior motives in others. You are mostly unwilling to sacrifice your own needs in the service of other people.


You are Moderate in Neuroticism
Your score for Neuroticism was moderate, at 48%.

Neuroticism describes a person’s tendency to experience negative emotions, including fear, sadness, anxiety, guilt, and shame. While everyone experiences these emotions from time to time, some people are more prone to them than others.

This trait can be thought of as an alarm system. People experience negative emotions as a sign that something is wrong in the world. You may be in danger, so you feel fear. Or you may have done something morally wrong, so you feel guilty. However, not everyone has the same reaction to a given situation. High Neuroticism scorers are more likely to react to a situation with fear, anger, sadness, and the like. Low Neuroticism scorers are more likely to brush off their misfortune and move on.

Your score indicates that you are fairly typical in your tendency to experience negative emotions. You probably feel sadness, worry, anger, and guilt about as much as the average person. You are neither overly reactive, nor especially resistant to the stresses of life.
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Re: Post your Five Factor theory results

Post Neon Knight on Wed 21 Jun - 8:52

I couldn't be bothered to sign up just to see my results but I've done the 5PF test on another site:

http://www.outofservice.com/bigfive/

You are relatively open to new experiences. 76%
You are well-organized, and are reliable. 74%
You are neither particularly social or reserved.  53%
You find it easy to criticize others. 25%
You are a generally anxious person and tend to worry about things. 70%

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