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    Quote Originally Posted by lastrailway View Post
    Openness to Experience/Intellect:70%
    Conscientiousness: 95%
    Extraversion: 9%
    Agreeableness: 4%
    Neuroticism: 14%
    INTP

    I have a problem with these tests: since my first personality test, some months ago and having received a result I didn't identify with/like it, I gradually learned to choose the answers so to receive a result I could most identify with.
    I did my best not to be biased with this test, but I cannot really agree with some of the results
    I don't really like this particular NEO-PI test either. The questions seem too MBTI-like. Here's another one you can take with less MBTI language and more novel questions.
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    O53 / C79 / E48 / A10 / N66

    Edit: Using Protean's test, which I agree is less given to stock phrases -- E64 / A11 / C75 / N43 / O21

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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    I don't really like this particular NEO-PI test either. The questions seem too MBTI-like. Here's another one you can take with less MBTI language and more novel questions.
    Thanks for the link. I just took the test and the results seem more analytical.
    Still, various questions were a bit too obvious and had to fight the temptation to choose the answer which would give me more agreeable results

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    O 93%
    You enjoy having novel experiences and seeing things in new ways.

    C 36%
    You tend to do things somewhat haphazardly.

    E 65%
    You are relatively social and enjoy the company of others.

    A 44%
    You are neither extremely forgiving nor irritable.

    N 2%
    You probably remain calm, even in tense situations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    O 93%
    You enjoy having novel experiences and seeing things in new ways.

    C 36%
    You tend to do things somewhat haphazardly.

    E 65%
    You are relatively social and enjoy the company of others.

    A 44%
    You are neither extremely forgiving nor irritable.

    N 2%
    You probably remain calm, even in tense situations.
    Just noticed, the letters form OCEAN

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    PM's 300-question test

    Openness to experience.....76...[1st test: 95]
    Conscientiousness..........9.......[1st test: 6]
    Extroversion...............5..........[1st test: 1]
    Agreeableness..............52.......[1st test: 57]
    Neuroticism................59.........[1st test: 32]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    PM's 300-question test

    Openness to experience.....76...[1st test: 95]
    Conscientiousness..........9.......[1st test: 6]
    Extroversion...............5..........[1st test: 1]
    Agreeableness..............52.......[1st test: 57]
    Neuroticism................59.........[1st test: 32]
    Seems like both tests rate you as an INFP....


    ...just sayin'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Seems like both tests rate you as an INFP....


    ...just sayin'.
    I'd say both tests list him as normal. For the most part. On that one trait. (You as introverted as me Jen, but a little more P!)

    F isn't that strongly related to A+, especially when it's more like A=.

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    O - 65
    C - 89
    E - 1 (lol)
    A - 63
    N - 32


    2nd test - 120 questions

    Extroversion - 1 - low
    Agreeableness - 71 - high
    Conscientiousness - 86 - high
    Neuroticism - 29 - low
    Openess to Experiences - 83 - high
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    My results:
    • O: 90
    • C: 13
    • E: 89
    • A: 22
    • N: 11


    Studied and self-identified ENTP with INTP test results with some tests.

    FYI, table of correlations found between OCEAN and MBTI scales.


    ......E....O....A....C....N
    E-I -.74 .03 -.03 .08 .16
    S-N .10 .72 .04 -.15 -.06
    T-F .19 .02 .44 -.15 .06
    J-P .15 .30 -.06 -.49 .11

    McCrae, R R; Costa, P T (1989) Reinterpreting the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator From the Perspective of the Five-Factor Model of Personality. Journal of Personality, 57(1):17-40.

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