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    Default Big Five, Small Six, and Great Three factors of a personality

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    @YWIR small 6? (is it a joke?)

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    http://sapa-project.org/survey/repor...16116108&a=7.6

    Your combined average for Extraversion was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 46th 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 4 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 25th percentile.

    Your combined average for Integrity was 4 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 39th percentile.

    Your combined average for Emotional Stability was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 56th percentile.

    Your combined average for Conscientiousness was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 43rd percentile.

    You were given 16 cognition items and you responded to 16 of them. You answered 8 of these 16 items correctly. The average score on these same items among participants of your age and gender is 7.6.

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    I wonder if these tests are skewed by the fact that most people taking it are people who interested in personality theory.

    I got average on all of them apparently.

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    So...

    This test says I'm rather sociable and assertive (5 out of 9), very intellectual and open to new experiences (7 out of 9), compassionate (7) but unpolite (3), totally dishonest (2) and not exactly humble (4), very average on balance and boldness (5), completely disorderly and un-industrious (3).

    But my cognition is perfect (16).
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    Geez. According to this thing, I'm pretty average.


    Your combined average for Extraversion was 6 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 62nd percentile.

    Your combined average for Openness was 6 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 64th percentile.

    Your combined average for Agreeableness was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 56th percentile.

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

    Your combined average for Emotional Stability was 7 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 79th percentile.

    Your combined average for Conscientiousness was 6 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 68th percentile.

    You were given 16 cognition items and you responded to 16 of them.
    You answered 14 of these 16 items correctly.

    7. I sometimes hit people to remind them who's in charge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaoticbrain View Post
    I wonder if these tests are skewed by the fact that most people taking it are people who interested in personality theory.

    I got average on all of them apparently.
    Yeah, unlike most Big Five tests, all my score clustered around the median. Stupid.

    I was also annoyed that I missed one of the problem-solving questions of the 16 (so I only got 15/16). Not sure which. probably one of the symbol dice questions. *shrug*
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Why was everyone else here born with Albert Einstein sized brains? It's not fair. Nature's laws of retardation are holding me back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Why was everyone else here born with Albert Einstein sized brains? It's not fair. Nature's laws of retardation are holding me back!
    On the contrary, we couldn't look smart unless we were being compared to others who didn't score as well on the test. People like you are what makes our moments of glory possible.

    IOW, you are the wind beneath our wings. Feel proud!
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

    “Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I was also annoyed that I missed one of the problem-solving questions of the 16 (so I only got 15/16). Not sure which. probably one of the symbol dice questions. *shrug*
    One of my offenders was a dice. I clicked forward and was like. ... .. dammit.. that one wasn't right.. ...

    And then there was another one that I missed, but I'm not sure which one it was.

    Time to go cry in a corner.

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