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    Openness to Experience/Intellect You typically don't seek out new experiences. (Your percentile: 47)

    Conscientiousness You are neither organized or disorganized. (Your percentile: 58)

    Extraversion You tend to shy away from social situations. (Your percentile: 27)

    Agreeableness You find it easy to criticize others. (Your percentile: 10)

    Neuroticism You probably remain calm, even in tense situations. (Your percentile: 14)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Within View Post

    Agreeableness - 0
    High scorers tend to be good natured, sympathetic, forgiving, courteous; Low scorers tend to be critical, rude, harsh, callous.
    Someone finally beat Antisocial One by scoring zero on agreeableness.
    And here I thought no one would break his record. Lol.

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    I retook the test out of boredom and my agreeableness score dropped by 37 points or so (down to the 20s... the lower 20s)... though I'm still doing a lot better than either antisocial one or within!

    I think I will blame inept people for my score dropping that dramatically... if other people would just do their fucking jobs correctly I wouldn't have to be angry at them for their ineptitude
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    I think this thing just called me an ESTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I retook the test out of boredom and my agreeableness score dropped by 37 points or so (down to the 20s... the lower 20s)... though I'm still doing a lot better than either antisocial one or within!

    I think I will blame inept people for my score dropping that dramatically... if other people would just do their fucking jobs correctly I wouldn't have to be angry at them for their ineptitude
    I wonder if we could rename low agreeableness: ' The bitch/bastard factor.'

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    Your Results

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    somehow it's pleasing that, even if my agreeableness score plummets dramatically, I'm still more agreeable than plenty of members here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Venom View Post
    I feel like this test is flawed because seriously, wouldnt the perfect score be:

    High everything but neurotiscism? They have practically almost included Introversion on the DSM, so high E has to be "more healthy". economic growth is very very strongly correlated to zip codes that have high numbers of people scoring high "openness", so thats probably better. Being agreeable is probably seen as "more healthy" and better at "working with people" . Seriously, this test almost seems like it has right and wrong answers! Not nearly as forgiving as MBTI
    That's definitely true; I was waiting for someone to bring this up! I've been considering the merits of OCEAN (or Big 5, or 5 Factor, or NEO whatever) vs MBTI... and I know a more scientific process was used in OCEAN, and the traits are more general, theoretically including every personality dimension. But I also dislike the way it makes it seem like there are right and wrong personalities.

    Ugh and don't remind me about the Introversion and DSM thing... :/

    Has anyone seen that the OCEAN traits correspond with areas in one's brain? o_o http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0622142601.htm

    I have to wonder what the correlations are like between openness to experience and S/N, conscientiousness and P/J, agreeableness and F/T... Oh hey I just found this: http://harvey.psyc.vt.edu/Documents/BIGFIVE.pdf Pretty interesting; not done reading.

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    I'm a O80-C64-E3-A27-N66 Big Five

    Openness to Experience/Intellect (Your percentile: 80)
    High scorers tend to be original, creative, curious, complex
    You enjoy having novel experiences and seeing things in new ways.

    Conscientiousness (Your percentile: 64)
    High scorers tend to be reliable, well-organized, self-disciplined, careful
    You are well-organized, and are reliable.

    Extraversion (Your percentile: 3)
    Low scorers tend to be introverted, reserved, inhibited, quiet.
    You probably enjoy spending quiet time alone.

    Agreeableness (Your percentile: 27)
    Low scorers tend to be critical, rude, harsh, callous.
    You find it easy to express irritation with others.

    Neuroticism (Your percentile: 66)
    Low scorers tend to be calm, relaxed, secure, hardy.
    You tend to become anxious or nervous.
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    Openness to Experience/Intellect (Your percentile: 59)
    High scorers tend to be original, creative, curious, complex; Low scorers tend to be conventional, down to earth, narrow interests, uncreative.
    You typically don't seek out new experiences.

    Conscientiousness (Your percentile: 0)
    High scorers tend to be reliable, well-organized, self-disciplined, careful; Low scorers tend to be disorganized, undependable, negligent.
    You probably have a messy desk!

    Extraversion (Your percentile: 1)
    High scorers tend to be sociable, friendly, fun loving, talkative; Low scorers tend to be introverted, reserved, inhibited, quiet.
    You probably enjoy spending quiet time alone.

    Agreeableness (Your percentile: 3)
    High scorers tend to be good natured, sympathetic, forgiving, courteous; Low scorers tend to be critical, rude, harsh, callous.
    You find it easy to criticize others.

    Neuroticism (Your percentile: 96)
    High scorers tend to be nervous, high-strung, insecure, worrying; Low scorers tend to be calm, relaxed, secure, hardy.
    You are a generally anxious person and tend to worry about things.

    Hah, my neuroticism score is just awesome... Once again my test results support my signature.
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