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    Default The Big 6? SAPA

    Found this jewel through the Hogwarts personality test provided by @Mal12345. This seems to be a twist on the Big Five that adds a new variant (Integrity) and more sub-variants. It's pretty long, about 100 questions, and has an intimidating fill-in-information screen but all it requires really is your age, sex, and possibly something else. It tests just like any old Big 5 personality test until all of a sudden you will start seeing weird problem solving puzzles that are akin to an IQ test (and after completing the test, apparently they are, but it doesn't actually provide an IQ-esque score, it just says how many you got right compared to your age and gender group).

    https://sapa-project.org/

    The Results are interesting so far, but this is an extremely odd way to put sub-scorings:
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    Apparently, the thicker the line, the more prominent the sub-variant is.


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    I wish I knew which cognitive things i got correct probably none of them
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    I like the six factor model better than the five.
    4w3 6w5 1w2 sx/sp ISFP

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    Your combined average for Extraversion was 4 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 38th percentile.

    Your combined average for Openness was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 41st percentile.

    Your combined average for Agreeableness was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 44th percentile.

    Your combined average for Integrity was 6 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 66th 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 53rd percentile.


    You were given 16 cognition items and you responded to 16 of them. You answered 15 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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    Quote Originally Posted by Such Irony View Post
    Your combined average for Extraversion was 4 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 38th percentile.

    Your combined average for Openness was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 41st percentile.

    Your combined average for Agreeableness was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 44th percentile.

    Your combined average for Integrity was 6 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 66th 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 53rd percentile.


    You were given 16 cognition items and you responded to 16 of them. You answered 15 of these 16 items correctly. The average score on these same items among participants of your age and gender is 7.6.
    wait how did you get those ranges to show up? I just got the lines and circle
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    oooh I retook it

    Your combined average for Extraversion was 4 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 32nd percentile.

    Your combined average for Openness was 5 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 50th percentile.

    Your combined average for Agreeableness was 4 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 35th percentile.

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

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

    Your combined average for Conscientiousness was 3 out of 9.
    We estimate that you are in about the 21st percentile.

    You were given 16 cognition items and you responded to 16 of them. You answered 4 of these 16 items correctly. The average score on these same items among participants of your age and gender is 7.7.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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