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    Default Big 45

    Do you have extra time on your hands? Take the big daddy test of Similar Minds.

    If you want to post all 45 scores in a spoiler, be my guest. Because the results are spread thin over so many, most will come out uninformatively middling. Or, you can list just your four highest scores and four lowest scores, both in descending order. Then, a few scores that represent traits you value most in yourself alongside those you don't like so much - perhaps things you wish to change. Fill them in here:

    Highest Scores
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Lowest Scores
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Favorites
    1.
    2.
    3.

    Would Change
    1.
    2.
    3.

    I'll be back with my entry soon.
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    I also listed the adjectives used to describe low and high scores for each trait.

    Low:
    1. 14/100 - Gregariousness (quiet, reclusive)
    2. 18/100 - Assertiveness (timid, gunshy)
    3. 22 - Leadership (stays in background)
    4. 26 - Sociability (withdrawn, hidden)
    26 - Provocativeness (modest, plays it safe)
    26 - Talkativeness (quiet, stealthy, invisible)
    26 - Group Attachment (loves solitude)
    26 - Efficiency (unreliable, lazy)
    26 - Purposefulness (inattentive, undisciplined)

    High:
    This probably has more to do with how I like to view myself than how I really am.
    1. 90 - Introspection (self searching)
    2. 78 - Reflection (art and beauty lover)
    3 & 4. 74 - Cooperation (agreeable, peaceful)
    74 - Depth (mental explorer)

    Favorites:
    1. Reflection
    2. Depth
    3. Cooperation

    Needs Improvement:
    1. Purposefulness
    2. Assertiveness
    3. Sociability
    Last edited by Flâneuse; 08-09-2014 at 10:03 PM.

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    Highest Scores
    1. Organization 78% (detail oriented, anal)
    2. Sympathy 74% (socially conscious)
    3. Competence 74% (intellectual, brainy)
    4. Imagination 74% (dreamer, unrealistic)

    Lowest Scores
    1. Gregariousness 26% (quiet, reclusive)
    2. Imperturbability 30% (highly emotional)
    3. Tranquility 34% (emotionally volatile)
    4. Self-Disclosure 34% (private, contained)

    Favorites
    1. Depth 74% (mental explorer)
    2. Tenderness 66% (warm hearted, selfless)
    3. Self-Disclosure 34% (private, contained)

    Would Change
    1. Efficiency
    2. Stability
    3. Moderation
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    Highest Scores
    Creativity 90% (synthesizer, iconoclast)
    Imagination 90% (dreamer, unrealistic)
    Intellect 82% (intellectual, analytical)
    Ingenuity 82% (innovative, novel)
    Depth 78% (mental explorer)

    Lowest Scores
    Stability 10% (easily frustrated)
    Gregariousness 14% (quiet, reclusive)
    Pleasantness 14% (aloof or disagreeable)
    Sympathy 14% (socially inconsiderate)
    Calmness 14% (touchy, volatile)

    Would Change
    Planning 30% (disorganized, random)
    Efficiency 26% (unreliable, lazy)
    Gregariousness 14% (quiet, reclusive)

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    tried on two different computers when i click the link i just get a white page and nothing else
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Highest Scores
    1. Introspection 90% (self searching)
    2. Imagination 82% (dreamer, unrealistic)
    3. Reflection 74% (art and beauty lover)
    4. Intellect 70% (intellectual, analytical)
    5. Cool-headedness 70% (accommodating)
    6. Depth 70% (mental explorer)

    Lowest Scores
    1. Sociability 14% (withdrawn, hidden)
    2. Gregariousness 18% (quiet, reclusive)
    3. Nurturance 18% (self pleasing, me first)
    4. Leadership 18% (stays in background)
    5. Group Attachment 18% (loves solitude)
    6. Purposefulness 18% (inattentive, undisciplined)

    Favorites
    1. Ingenuity 62% (innovative, novel)
    2. Impulse Control 50% (lacks self control/maintains composure) [Doubt it's true.]

    Would Change
    1. Competence 34% (slow to understand/think)
    2. Warmth 30% (disinterested in others)
    3. Creativity 38% (dull headed) [I think it's inaccurate. Or the test is calling me names. Either way, I disapprove.]


    @prplchknz, how about this?
    Big 45 Test

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    Highest Scores
    1. Morality - 90% (play by the rules)
    2. Perfectionism - 82% (detail obsessed)
    3. Leadership - 78% (prefers to lead)

    Lowest Scores

    1. Tranquility - 18% (emotionally volatile)
    2. Cool-headedness - 22% (demanding, controlling)
    3. Poise & Nurturance - 42% (N/A - too close to middle)

    Favorites
    Don't really have any?

    Would Change
    All of my low emotional stability scores. It would make life SOOOO much more easy!

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    Temperament: Choleric/Melancholic
    Alignment: Lawful Neutral
    External Perception: Nohari and Johari


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    Highest Scores
    • Quickness 90%
    • Creativity 90%
    • Intellect 86%
    • Ingenuity 86%
    • Introspection 86%


    Lowest Scores
    • Tenderness 14%
    • Nurturance 14%
    • Sympathy 18%
    • Talkativeness 18%
    • Gregariousness 18%



    Favorites
    • Depth 78%
    • Competence 78%
    • Efficiency 70%
    • Impulse Control 70%
    • Calmness 58%



    Would Change
    • Nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    tried on two different computers when i click the link i just get a white page and nothing else
    Happened to me too. I googled "Similar Minds Big 45" and got the link to the test.
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    highest
    1.Introspection 82% self searching
    2. Cooperation 78%
    3.nuturance 70%
    3. Cautioness 70%

    Accidently closed the test so that's all you're getting
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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