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Big Five to Personality Disorders converter quiz

Vendrah

Never-retiring Millenial
Joined
Mar 26, 2017
Messages
1,810
MBTI Type
NP
Enneagram
952
Hi! This test uses Big 5 to access Personality Disorders. I basically use a table from Wikipedia (here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personality_disorder#Versus_normal_personality), and through this table it is possible to deduct (actually, induct) which personality disorders you are likely to have based on a Big 5 test result (it gets right 60-80% of the cases). In case you havent done a Big 5 test, I recommend this one:
Personality Assessor | IPIP-120 Personality Test
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DISCLAIMER: This test does not replace at all proper diagnosis, but it is meant to give some assistance.

Link:
https://www.quotev.com/quiz/13090530/Big-Five-to-Personality-Disorders-converter-quiz

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PS: I do recommend you to just post the last 3-5 results, which are the PDs that you dont have. Like this:

Dependent
21
Antisocial
18
Obsessive-Compulsive
18
Passive-Aggressive
17
 

Morpeko

Noble Wolf
Joined
Sep 20, 2017
Messages
5,299
MBTI Type
LEFV
Enneagram
461
Instinctual Variant
sx/sp
Paranoid

Your strongest personality disorder is... Paranoid!

Here are the ranges of scores (you can check below the scores of all the 14 personality disorders presented on this test):
71-80: Very high. It is imminent that you have this disorder.
61-70: High. It is likely that you have this personality disorder.
51-60: Medium. You can either have this personality disorder OR having this disorder mildly OR having just tendencies related to this PD.
41-50: Low. You have some few unhealthy tendencies related to the disorder and may slip a little bit from times to times.
40 or less: You don't have this disorder.

Healthy VS Unhealthy: Taking in account this test and Neuroticism, at least in my own classification:
- Ideally healthy: 39 or less in all Personality Disorders on this test, 35th or lower on Neuroticism and 50th or lower on all Neuroticism facets. Only a minority fulfil this world-wide.
- Healthy: 49 or less in all Personality Disorders on this test, 60th or lower on Neuroticism and 75th or lower on all Neuroticism facets. This is a more moderate healthy where although there are some few tendencies and perhaps a little bit of negative emotions, the person is ok in general.
- Unhealthy: 50 or more in one of the Personality Disorders on this test OR more than 60th on Neuroticism or more than 75th on one of the Neuroticism facets.

Here it is the Wikipedia resume of this Personality Disorder:

"Guarded, defensive, distrustful and suspicious. Hypervigilant to the motives of others to undermine or do harm. Always seeking confirmatory evidence of hidden schemes. Feel righteous, but persecuted. Experience a pattern of pervasive distrust and suspicion of others that lasts a long time. They are generally difficult to work with and are very hard to form relationships with. They are also known to be somewhat short-tempered."

Paranoid: 71
Schizotypal: 71
Avoidant: 71
Schizoid: 68
Depressive: 65
Passive-Aggressive: 61
Borderline: 58
Sadistic: 43
Narcissistic: 42
Antisocial: 36
Dependent: 31
Obsessive-Compulsive: 30
Histrionic: 29
Self-defeating: 23
 

Opal Star

New member
Joined
Aug 4, 2020
Messages
516
MBTI Type
VLEF
Enneagram
173
Instinctual Variant
sx/sp
Obsessive-Compulsive

"Restrained, conscientious, respectful, rigid. Maintain a rule-bound lifestyle. Adhere closely to social conventions. See the world in terms of regulations and hierarchies. See themselves as devoted, reliable, efficient, and productive."

Your answers
Obsessive-Compulsive
52
Avoidant
41
Schizotypal
40
Self-defeating
35
Depressive
33
Antisocial
31
Schizoid
30
Borderline
30
Paranoid
28
Narcissistic
27
Histrionic
26
Sadistic
26
Passive-Aggressive
20
Dependent
17
 
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