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    Ultra Hyper Mega Member Vendrah's Avatar
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    Default Traitlab personality test

    This tests includes MBTI and Big 5 at the same test. Plus some words.
    Don't go too quick on the questions, because there is a low number of questions yet a big result page, so a some small changes on the answers might do some significant differences.

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    My results (its too big and they seem to have a dedicated link):
    Your Personality Results | TraitLab

    Results are basically ENFP 58th Extraversion, 80th Openness, 71st Agreeableness, 22nd Conscientiousness, 30th Neuroticism.

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    Your Personality Results | TraitLab

    Openness: 16th percentile

    Conscientiousness: 36th percentile

    Extraversion: 7th percentile

    Agreeableness: 1st percentile

    Neuroticism: 91st percentile

    That's the lowest score I've ever gotten for neuroticism on an OCEAN test TBH.
    And I've been a hero, helpless, I'm in hell...

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    Ultra Hyper Mega Member Vendrah's Avatar
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    I think this might be the first test that I see Big 5 and MBTI together.
    They are usually seen as enemies,

    Quote Originally Posted by Movinout
    That's the lowest score I've ever gotten for neuroticism on an OCEAN test TBH.
    Me too. Lowest of all my life (first big 5 test completed was 3-4 years ago, 2nd was last year).
    Although this time, because of the other thread, I had bumped my neuroticism questions slightly down and Agreeableness slightly up, since I have tendency to see me as less Agreeableness than I 'behave' and more Neurotic than I 'behave', Im not quite sure if I trust that but I have been.

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    Openness: 75
    Conscientiousness: 80 (that's a super high school for me)
    Extraversion: 58
    Agreeableness: 91
    Neuroticism: 35 (very low score for me)

    ENFJ???? E???? Me????

    also, a thread for this already exists.... Trait Lab

    my scores went from
    Openness: 69
    Conscientiousness: 34
    Extraversion: 33
    Agreeableness: 95
    Neuroticism: 99
    There is a crack in everything
    T h a t ' s...h o w...t h e...l i g h t...g e t s...i n
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vendrah View Post
    I think this might be the first test that I see Big 5 and MBTI together.
    They are usually seen as enemies,
    I don't see why they would be, considering there's statistical overlap...

    I/E = Obvious
    S = Low Openness | N = High Openness
    T = Low Agreeableness | F = High Agreeableness
    P = Low Conscientiousness | J = High Conscientiousness

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    Pfffft

    INTJ | O 75% | C 62% | E 7% | A 14% | N 13%

    Bro, my neuroticism is surely a bit higher than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminous View Post
    also, a thread for this already exists.... Trait Lab
    Geee, not again!

    Quote Originally Posted by Aerix View Post
    I don't see why they would be, considering there's statistical overlap...

    I/E = Obvious
    S = Low Openness | N = High Openness
    T = Low Agreeableness | F = High Agreeableness
    P = Low Conscientiousness | J = High Conscientiousness
    I agree and I know the overlap although the overlap is far from being super predictive (only with facets), you can have P with High Conscientiousness or Thinker with high Agreeableness.
    But they are seem as highly competitor of each other in general..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vendrah View Post
    I agree and I know the overlap although the overlap is far from being super predictive (only with facets), you can have P with High Conscientiousness or Thinker with high Agreeableness.
    Statistics are not absolutes. They're going to show averages, probabilities, and generalizations. They're not measuring exact figures, they're measuring whether X is a significant predictive factor of Y. It's fundamentally flawed anyway, considering Big 5 also allows for changes while MBTI is supposedly fixed. Still though, they're not at odds with one another and it makes no sense as to why anyone would think that when the traits overlap to some extent as well. If they were really at odds with one another it'd be bad news for MBTI because the 5 factor model is far more supported by evidence.

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    Your Personality Results | TraitLab

    "According to TraitLab, [basic-wasp-575] is contemplative, introspective, meditative, inner-directed, and perceptive."



    Personality Dimensions.

    Openness: 98.
    Conscientiousness: 93.
    Extraversion: 4.
    Agreeableness: 83.
    Neuroticism: 87.

    Personality Typology.

    Based on your personality dimensions, you are most similar to: INFJ.

    The unusual combination of high introversion and openness of INFJs leads others to see them as contemplative, introspective, meditative, and inner-directed.

    Because INFJs tend to have a relatively high level of introversion, with the occasional need for social withdrawal and relatively low levels of social enthusiasm, others sometimes describe them as cautious, serious, shy, inhibited, lonely, or timid.

    Because INFJs tend to be relatively high in agreeableness, they are often diplomatic, tactful, humble, and respectful, but in some cases, also sentimental, soft-hearted, gullible, and unaggressive.


    Your Personality in Words.

    She was not often invited to join in the conversation of the others, nor did she desire it. Her own thoughts and reflections were habitually her best companions. -- Mansfield Park, Jane Austen.

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    My results were pretty different than last time. This time I'm heavenly-squirrel-316

    "According to TraitLab, I am skeptical, detached, indirect, introverted, and placid."

    Openness: 26th percentile

    Conscientiousness: 31sh percentile

    Extraversion: 4th percentile

    Agreeableness: 3rd percentile

    Neuroticism: 26th percentile

    (ISTP)


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