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  1. #11
    i love skylights's Avatar
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    I got average on everything too. Biggest compassion and cognition rainbow bars. Low emotional stability. Big surprise there.

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    Your combined average for Extraversion was 4 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 37th percentile.

    Your combined average for Openness was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 59th percentile.

    Your combined average for Agreeableness was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 48th percentile.

    Your combined average for Integrity was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 53rd percentile.

    Your combined average for Emotional Stability was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 40th percentile.

    Your combined average for Conscientiousness was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 45th percentile.

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    You were given 16 cognition items and you responded to 15 of them. You answered 14 of these 15 items correctly. The average score on these same items among participants of your age and gender is 6.4.

    I feel so average, well except for the cognition but I always knew I was smart.
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    Senior Member lunareclipze's Avatar
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    Extroversion: 3 out of 9
    Openness: 4 out of 9
    Agreeableness: 4 out of 9
    Integrity: 4 out of 9
    Emotional stability: 4 out of 9
    Conscientiousness: 4 out of 9

    -.-
    I scored 9/16 on the logic quizzes
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunareclipze View Post
    I scored 9/16 on the logic quizzes
    Oh my, you're the only person here with a natural intellect similar to my own!

    I have a theory that geniuses aren't as good at explaining things, since they solve problems so well, but can't lay out detailed plans for how they got those answers, since it comes to them so instinctively. Great thinkers then may not always have the best IQs, assuming my theory here is a good one.

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    It got me on the right side of all the factors, but I usually score low on extraversion & high on openness.
    Their definition of "integrity" is

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    Your combined average for Extraversion was 4 out of 9.
We estimate that you are in about the 27th percentile.
    Your score on the Extraversion scale indicates that you are somewhat introverted.

    Your combined average for Openness was 6 out of 9.
We estimate that you are in about the 69th percentile.
    Your score on the Openness scale indicates that you are somewhat open to new experiences and intellectual pursuits.

    Your combined average for Agreeableness was 4 out of 9.
We estimate that you are in about the 33rd percentile.
    Your score on the Agreeableness scale indicates that you are somewhat more disagreeable than others of your age and gender.

    Your combined average for Integrity was 4 out of 9.
We estimate that you are in about the 39th percentile.
    Your score on the Integrity scale indicates that you are somewhat transgressive and/or proud.

    Your combined average for Emotional Stability was 5 out of 9.
We estimate that you are in about the 41st percentile.
    Your score on the Emotional Stability scale suggests that you are somewhat emotionally reactive.

    Your combined average for Conscientiousness was 4 out of 9.
We estimate that you are in about the 29th percentile.
    Your score on the Conscientiousness scale indicates that you are somewhat laid back; details, order, ambition, and goals are probably not the highest priorities for you.

    You were given 16 cognition items and you responded to 16 of them. You answered 11 of these 16 items correctly. The average score on these same items among participants of your age and gender is 8.1.
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    No time right now, but I got 13 out of 16 on the cognition. It was fun!
    A student said to his master: "You teach me fighting, but you talk about peace. How do you reconcile the two?" The master replied: "It is better to be a warrior in a garden than to be a gardener in a war." - unknown/Chinese

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