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    I just posted my personality results
    1. Means - how a result is obtained or an end is achieved. 74
    2. Authoritativeness - Having, or proceeding from, due authority; entitled to obedience, credit, or acceptance. 96
    3. Mysticism - A belief in the existence of realities beyond perceptual or intellectual apprehension. 110
    4. Fancy - imagination, especially of a whimsical or fantastic nature. 110
    5. Self-Actualization - To develop or achieve one's full potential. 118
    6. Potency - Inherent capacity for growth and development; potentiality. 118
    7. Control - To exercise dominating influence over; direct. 128
    8. Completion - State of being complete; fulfillment; accomplishment; realization. 136
    9. Judging - To compare facts or ideas, and perceive their relations and attributes, and thus distinguish truth from falsehood 142
    10. Psychism - psychic intrusions in the stream of consciousness that are perceived by the actor as not originating within the 142
    Is it me, or is that a weird combination?

    The career results were so far off the mark, they depressed me.
    Currently submerged under an avalanche of books and paper work. I may come back up for air from time to time.
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    1. ASTRONOMY 6
    2. EARTH SCIENCE 8
    3. ECOLOGY - The relationship between organisms and their environment. 10
    4. DRAFTING AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY 10
    5. ZOOLOGY 12
    6. BIOLOGY - The science of life and of living organisms. 18
    7. CHEMISTRY - The science of the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter. 18
    8. SCIENCES (BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL) 18
    9. Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering - develop devices and procedures that solve health problems 22
    10. PARKS AND RECREATION 26


    Personality

    1. Talent - Natural endowment or ability of a superior quality. 12
    2. Casual - Showing little interest or concern; nonchalant 12
    3. Calm - Not excited or agitated; composed 14
    4. Status - the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society. 14
    5. Silence - the state of being silent (as when no one is speaking) 14
    6. Intellectual - Rational rather than emotional. 14
    7. Duty - An act or a course of action that is required of one by position, social custom, law or religion 18
    8. Idealistic - of or relating to the philosophical doctrine of the reality of ideas. 22
    9. Prerogative - exclusive right or privilege held by a person or group especially a hereditary or official right. 22
    10. Conservative - Favoring traditional views and values; tending to oppose change.

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    The "Yeah, awesome!" results are bold. The "well, maybe; I can see why you'd think that" ones are italics. The "what the hell??" ones are everything else.

    1. EARTH SCIENCE 14
    2. GEOLOGY - scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth. 16
    3. FISH - GAME - AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 16
    4. ASTRONOMY 20
    5. SCIENCES (BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL) 20
    6. CHEMISTRY - The science of the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter. 20
    7. MATH / COMPUTER SCIENCE 22
    8. ZOOLOGY 22
    9. FORESTRY (pre-forestry) AND RELATED SCIENCES 22
    10. NATURAL RESOURCES ( air, water, soil ) MANAGEMENT 24
    11. ECOLOGY - The relationship between organisms and their environment. 24
    12. COMPUTER SCIENCE 26
    13. ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY 32
    14. BOTANY - The science or study of plants. 32
    15. WELDERS - CUTTERS AND WELDING MACHINE OPERATORS 34
    16. ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERS 34
    17. COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES 34
    18. STATISTICS 34
    19. COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT OPERATORS 36
    20. DATA PROCESSING 36
    21. DRAFTING AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY 36
    22. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 38
    23. ELECTRONIC HOME ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT REPAIRERS 38
    24. COMPUTER ENGINEERING - Research, design, develop, and test computer hardware 38
    25. GEOGRAPHY - study of the earth and its features and of the distribution of life on earth. 38
    26. AIRPLANE PILOTING AND NAVIGATION 40
    27. ASIATIC LANGUAGES (e.g. Chinese Japanese Korean) 40
    28. HORTICULTURE / ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 40
    29. GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNOLOGY 40
    30. INSPECTORS AND COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 42
    31. BUSINESS ECONOMICS 42
    32. ENGINEERING 44
    33. FINANCIAL MANAGERS 44
    34. BIOLOGY - The science of life and of living organisms. 44
    35. COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 44
    36. ENGINEERING PHYSICS 46
    37. MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 46
    38. Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering - develop devices and procedures that solve health problems 50
    39. MATHEMATICS 52
    40. MILITARY SCIENCE / TECHNOLOGY 52

    Ok, these make more sense!

    1. Logical - Reasoning or capable of reasoning in a clear and consistent manner. 6 -
    2. Casual - Showing little interest or concern; nonchalant 10 - (what? )
    3. Reserve - the trait of being uncommunicative; not volunteering anything more than necessary. 12 - (ok, well, yeah)
    4. Extremely Unusual - Not usual, common or ordinary. 14 - (ooh, *extremely*)
    5. Supremacy - power to dominate or defeat 18 - (pfffffff - )
    6. Idealistic - of or relating to the philosophical doctrine of the reality of ideas. 18 -
    7. Status - the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society. 24 -
    8. Intellectual - Rational rather than emotional. 24 -
    9. Truce - a state of peace agreed to between opponents so they can discuss peace terms. 28 - Maybe?
    10. Will Power - The strength of will to carry out one's decisions, wishes, or plans. 30 - sure, that sounds good enough.

    One problem with the careers could be, somehow, my favorite color of blue-green was listed as #4? And yellow, which I barely clicked on, was before it. I was sure I answered blue-green everytime I saw it...?

  4. #34
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    Edit: Retook this test.

    Career Results:
    1. CLASSICAL LANGUAGES(e.g. Greek Latin ) 94
    2. BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS 96
    3. MUSIC PERFORMANCE 96
    4. Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering - develop devices and procedures that solve health problems 100
    5. SOCIAL STUDIES / SOCIAL SCIENCES EDUCATION 104
    6. ECONOMICS - science that deals with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods. 104
    7. ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES AND METEOROLOGY - study the atmosphere's physical characteristics 116
    8. APPLIED MATHEMATICS 116
    9. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS / MANAGEMENT 122
    10. DRAFTING AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY 122
    11. MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 124
    12. BUSINESS ECONOMICS 130
    13. LITERATURE - ENGLISH / AMERICAN 130
    14. HISTORY 130
    15. PARKS AND RECREATION 130
    16. CREATIVE WRITING 136
    17. MICROBIOLOGY 138
    18. MEDICAL LABORATORY / TECHNOLOGY 138
    19. BOTANY - The science or study of plants. 140
    20. OPTOMETRY (pre-optometry) - One who is trained and licensed to examine the eyes for visual defects. 142
    21. SCIENCES (BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL) 144
    22. CHEMISTRY - The science of the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter. 144
    23. OCEANOGRAPHY - exploration and scientific study of the ocean. 150
    24. ECOLOGY - The relationship between organisms and their environment. 150
    25. CLASSICS - Greek and Roman civilization 150
    26. COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT OPERATORS 152
    27. ASIATIC LANGUAGES (e.g. Chinese Japanese Korean) 152
    28. NUCLEAR MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 152
    29. GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNOLOGY 152
    30. DATA PROCESSING 152
    31. ASTRONOMY 154
    32. BIOLOGY - The science of life and of living organisms. 156
    33. ARCHIVISTS AND CURATORS - administrative director of a museum collection or a library. 158
    34. RUSSIAN Language 160
    35. INFORMATION SCIENCES AND SYSTEMS 160
    36. CHIROPRACTIC 162
    37. COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES 162
    38. MATHEMATICS EDUCATION 162
    39. SCIENCE EDUCATION 164
    40. FIRE PROTECTION / FIRE CONTROL AND SAFETY TECH.166


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    And here's the personality test results:
    1. Duty - An act or a course of action that is required of one by position, social custom, law or religion 110
    2. Silence - the state of being silent (as when no one is speaking) 114
    3. Calm - Not excited or agitated; composed 122
    4. Influence - Power to sway or affect based on prestige, wealth, ability, or position. 132
    5. Talent - Natural endowment or ability of a superior quality. 134
    6. Social Justice - the distribution of advantages and disadvantages within a society. 136
    7. Shy or Timid - Drawing back from contact or familiarity with others; retiring or reserved. 138
    8. Conservative - Favoring traditional views and values; tending to oppose change. 138
    9. Prerogative - exclusive right or privilege held by a person or group especially a hereditary or official right. 138
    10. Status - the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society. 140

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    Now this is more accurate than my previous results for careers... much more science (especially areas I love in biology, meteorology, medicine, and the like), and includes music performance! Russian and classical languages is a bit different, but I am drawn to both. Literature and history parts are great too since I really like both quite a bit. The business half doesn't come too much as a surprise either since I find economics and business/marketing theory fascinating to study. Fire protection and fire control/ safety tech... now this is quite different, but it honestly doesn't surprise me one bit! If I weren't such a wimp, I'd love to be a firefighter, or be involved in firematic stuff to some degree.

    Personality test results... didn't know I seemed all that traditional and conservative based on the colors I chose. LOL But it is more accurate in my social interactions, more shy and reserved, than being extroverted like the first results were. The social hierarchy awareness parts seem to speak Fe. Social justice... INFJ yearning for poetic justice for the downtrodden... yep.
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    1. JOURNALISM
    2. ENGLISH EDUCATION
    3. SOCIOLOGY - The study of human social behavior.
    4. SPANISH LANGUAGE
    5. LAW and pre-law
    6. ENGLISH LANGUAGE
    7. DENTAL ASSISTANTS
    8. FRENCH LANGUAGE
    9. PSYCHOLOGY - science that deals with mental processes and behavior.
    10. MARKETING MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH
    11. COMMUNITY AND PERSONAL SERVICES
    12. HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION
    13. SECRETARIES
    14. HEALTH EDUCATION
    15. PHARMACY (pre-pharmacy)
    16. COURT REPORTING
    17. TYPING AND GENERAL OFFICE
    18. PARALEGAL / LEGAL ASSISTING
    19. COSMETOLOGY / BARBERING
    20. HOMEMAKER - HOME HEALTH AIDES
    21. SOCIAL WORK
    22. DANCE
    23. WORD PROCESSING
    24. MENTAL HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES / TECHNOLOGY
    25. FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
    26. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY / ASSISTING
    27. NURSING (registered and practical)
    28. FASHION DESIGN
    29. STUDENT COUNSELING
    30. CLERICAL SUPERVISORS AND MANAGERS
    31. DENTAL HYGIENE
    32. INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT
    33. FASHION MERCHANDISING
    34. CHILD DEVELOPMENT - care and guidance
    35. PUBLIC RELATIONS
    36. JEWELERS
    37. MEDICAL RECORDS ADMINISTRATION / TECHNOLOGY
    38. GENERAL OFFICE CLERKS
    39. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
    40. EDUCATION

    1. Extroverted - Marked by interest in and behavior directed toward others or the environment.
    2. Playful - Full of fun and high spirits; frolicsome or sportive.
    3. Being Loved - a deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude.
    4. Intimacy - very close in friendship or affection.
    5. Passionate - Showing or expressing strong emotion.
    6. Dependable - consistent in performance or behavior.
    7. Desirability - Worth having or seeking, as by being useful, advantageous, or pleasing.
    8. Friendliness - Disposed to promote the good of another; kind; favorable.
    9. Nurturer - To help grow or develop; cultivate: nurture a student's talent.
    10. Comfortableness - Free from stress or conducive to mental ease; having or affording peace of mind.
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    Not bad really, there are a few careers I'd actually be interested in.


    1. WHOLESALE TRADE SALES WORKERS 2
    2. ART (e.g. painting drawing and sculpture) 4
    3. COMMERCIAL ART 4
    4. FOREIGN LANGUAGES 8
    5. RELIGION 12
    6. EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEWERS 16
    7. ARCHITECTURE (pre-architecture) - trained in the art and science of building design 16
    8. LINGUISTICS - study of the nature, structure, and variation of language. 18
    9. CINEMATOGRAPHY / FILM / VIDEO 20
    10. GRAPHIC DESIGN 24

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    Seriously, this has NOTHING to do with me. The closest thing (but it's not even a close) it's maths. But seriously I'm super language inclined, history, music, sociology, etc...

    1. OPERATIONS RESEARCH ANALYSTS 26
    2. FIRE PROTECTION / FIRE CONTROL AND SAFETY TECH. 36
    3. ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERS 36
    4. STATISTICS 36
    5. WELDERS - CUTTERS AND WELDING MACHINE OPERATORS 36
    6. ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY 38
    7. AIRPLANE PILOTING AND NAVIGATION 40
    8. COMPUTER SCIENCE 42
    9. FARM AND RANCH MANAGEMENT 44
    10. NATURAL RESOURCES ( air, water, soil ) MANAGEMENT 44
    11. FISH - GAME - AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 44
    12. GEOGRAPHY - study of the earth and its features and of the distribution of life on earth. 48
    13. MATH / COMPUTER SCIENCE 48
    14. COMPUTER ENGINEERING - Research, design, develop, and test computer hardware 48
    15. FORESTRY (pre-forestry) AND RELATED SCIENCES 48
    16. ELECTRONIC HOME ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT REPAIRERS 48
    17. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 48
    18. COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT OPERATORS 50
    19. AERONAUTICAL TECHNOLOGY 52
    20. ENGINEERING RELATED TECHNOLOGIES 52
    21. AEROSPACE ENGINEERS - develop airplanes and spacecraft 52
    22. MILITARY SCIENCE / TECHNOLOGY 52
    23. ENGINEERING 52
    24. COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 52
    25. PHYSICS - science of matter and energy and of interactions between the two. 52
    26. GUARDS 52
    27. DATA PROCESSING 52
    28. POLICE DETECTIVES and SPECIAL AGENTS 52
    29. MATHEMATICS 52
    30. GEOLOGY - scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth. 54
    31. ENGINEERING PHYSICS 56
    32. TRUCKDRIVERS 58
    33. STATISTICAL CLERKS 58
    34. INSPECTORS AND COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 60
    35. CHEMICAL ENGINEERS - solve problems involving the production or use of chemicals 62
    36. AUTOMOTIVE BODY REPAIR 62
    37. MOBILE HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANICS 62
    38. INFORMATION SCIENCES AND SYSTEMS 62
    39. AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS AND TECHNOLOGY 62
    40. MOTORCYCLE - BOAT AND SMALL-ENGINE MECHANICS 64

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    Personality... my favourite colours are orange then yellow then red

    1. Potency - Inherent capacity for growth and development; potentiality. 10
    2. Dignified - having or expressing dignity; especially formality or stateliness in bearing or appearance. 14
    3. Control - To exercise dominating influence over; direct. 20
    4. Reciprocity - mutual or cooperative interchange of favors or privileges. 24
    5. Action - Habitual or vigorous activity; energy. Something done (usually as opposed to something said) 26
    6. Smooth - Ingratiatingly polite and agreeable 28
    7. Judging - To compare facts or ideas, and perceive their relations and attributes, and thus distinguish truth from falsehood 30
    8. Self-Actualization - To develop or achieve one's full potential. 34
    9. Aggressive - having or showing determination and energetic pursuit of your ends 38
    10. Accord - a harmonious state of things and their properties

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    Um... It picked careers that I would absolutely hate. Religious teacher and airplane pilot and cashier and so forth. Pilot was the first one- I would agree, that could be cool, if the passengers are all into living on the edge and stuff.

    Edited for your my entertainment.

    Either way, no adult continuing education or engineering or welding for me thank you very much!

    1. SERVICES SALES REPRESENTATIVES 68: Maybe if you like spit on your burger.
    2. RELIGIOUS MUSIC 94 Maybe for folks who like nails on a chalkboard.
    3. FARM AND RANCH MANAGEMENT 140 To create exciting news about the angry mob of loose cows.
    4. BIBLE STUDIES 152 Bible studies for agnostics, I suppose.
    5. POSTAL CLERKS AND MAIL CARRIERS 162 Sure, this is a good one for the girl who has to go to the post office once a month because her mail got too piled up. Paper mail is still important nowadays, sure.
    6. CORRECTION OFFICERS 164: "Don't do it again."
    7. VETERINARY ASSISTING 170 Sure.
    8. HORTICULTURE / ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 184 (Googles ornamental horticulture.) This sounds like the geekiest thing that was ever created.
    9. BUSINESS DATA PROCESSING / COMPUTER OPERATION 190 "Hmmm... lets count how many employees had to go to the bathroom after eating Jane the secerataries famous chili." (After I decide that I want to care about how MS excel works.)
    10. INSURANCE SALES WORKERS 190: "Geico- even a sensor can do it!"
    11. BANKING AND FINANCE 194 "Whatever, I was only off by one decimal."
    12. EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY - AMBULANCE / PARAMEDIC 198
    Yes.
    13. ANIMAL SCIENCES ( ANIMAL BREEDING - DAIRY - POULTRY) 198
    "Run, Joe the chicken! Don't look back!"
    14. CASHIERS 202: Sure! Everyone wants to be a cashier!!!
    15. FIRE PROTECTION / FIRE CONTROL AND SAFETY TECH. 208: Well, actually, I could do this, I'm the one who walks around the house 17 times to make sure everything is turned off before work.
    16. VETERINARY MEDICINE (pre-veterinary medicine) 212: This would be ok.
    17. LAW ENFORCEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION 216: "That's fine, don't worry about it, that was a weird law anyways. Just don't get caught next time."
    18. TELEPHONE OPERATORS 216: Does that even exist anymore?
    19. MATHEMATICS EDUCATION 224 Would be fine with that.
    20. FISH - GAME - AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 226: (Picture me walking around in my ranger outfit and a cap, being unsure about what to do.)
    21. BOOKKEEPERS AND ACCOUNTING CLERKS - financial recordkeepers 228 Again with the decimal points......
    22. OPERATIONS RESEARCH ANALYSTS 228:
    23. RESERVATION AND TRANSPORTATION TICKET AGENTS AND TRAVEL CLERKS 232
    24. ADULT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION 234 Just no.
    25. POLICE DETECTIVES and SPECIAL AGENTS 234
    26. JUNIOR HIGH / MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATION 236 (Gets sued for "abuse")
    27. MEDICAL / SURGICAL ASSISTING 236 "I can't hold this scope any longer!!!!!!! My back hurts!" :cries: (Drops scope in patient.)
    28. LIBRARY SCIENCE AND LIBRARY ASSISTING 236 Great choice for someone who talks all day!!
    29. WOODWORKING OCCUPATIONS 238 It's okay, I didn't know what that finger was for anyway.
    30. PHYSICAL THERAPY and therapeutic massage and reflexology 238 "If you don't want to get out of bed, you don't have to."
    31. RADIOLOGY / RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 238 (Falls asleep in the cool dark room.)
    32. CLINICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGISTS 240 "It's MRSA, I'm pretty sure of it" . (Throws away sample.)
    33. OCEANOGRAPHY - exploration and scientific study of the ocean. 240 Only if there's deep sea diving involved.
    34. PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD WORKERS 244 Yeah, always wanted to go into the slavery business, myself.
    35. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 244 ..."What does our religion have in common with their religion? So.... who is right at the end of the day?"
    36. GEOLOGY - scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth. 244: "There's some molten lava down there as far as I know. and it's alright."
    37. AIRPLANE PILOTING AND NAVIGATION 246: For those passengers that have a flair for adventure or are contemplating suicide.
    38. STATISTICS 252: Fine
    39. ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERS 252
    Why that and not another kind of engineer? I think I would just get a headache and crawl into my bed and start crying at the end of the day.
    40. WELDERS - CUTTERS AND WELDING MACHINE OPERATORS 252: OH, my hands are matching now! Equal lack of fingers, one from woodworking, the other from welding.
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    1. ENGLISH LANGUAGE 16
    2. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 28
    3. PRE - ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 28
    4. BOOKKEEPERS AND ACCOUNTING CLERKS - financial recordkeepers 30
    5. RADIOLOGY / RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 32
    6. PHARMACY (pre-pharmacy) 34
    7. PHYSICIAN ASSISTING 34
    8. MEDICAL / SURGICAL ASSISTING 34
    9. BOOKKEEPING 34
    10. SPECIAL EDUCATION (e.g. learning disabled - gifted) 34
    11. JUNIOR HIGH / MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATION 34
    12. CLINICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGISTS 36
    13. SPANISH LANGUAGE 36
    14. CRIMINAL JUSTICE / CRIMINOLOGY 36
    15. CHILD CARE WORKERS 38
    16. HUMAN SERVICE WORKERS 38
    17. COUNTER AND RENTAL CLERKS 38
    18. TEACHER AIDE 38
    19. TYPISTS AND WORD PROCESSORS 38
    20. DENTAL HYGIENE 40

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