I personally took the Big Five Inventory test which was composed out of 44 question to explore my own personality. My scores are relative to other people’s scores who took the same test. The first dimension is extraversion and reflects a person’s involvement with their external environment. If people identify as an extravert, then they enjoy the company of other people, are enthusiastic, easily excitable, full of energy, and quite frequently experience positive emotions. I scored in the 48th percentile which is about average and means that I enjoy to spent time with others as well as by myself. The second dimension reflects a person’s agreeableness or how well they get along with others. People scoring high in this section are concerned with other people’s needs and usually seen as pleasant to be around. My score was in the 53rd percentile and again that is average relative to others. The interpretation would be that I have some interest with needs of others, but more likely I would val...
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...have no problem to order this dish again next time. Over the time, I have experienced many different things in my life, which made me even more open to new experiences and realized that it is worth to expand my horizon.
After all, I believe that the Big Five Inventory test can capture someone’s basic personality traits pretty well because on the surface they are less ambiguous. This then can be a good indicator of who we are. However, at the same time I believe that there is much more depth to a person’s personality than this test can capture. I think the biggest challenge of this test is that people need to evaluate themselves, which I believe is not always the best way to get an accurate picture. This is because, when taking the test there is a certain honesty, self-awareness, and emotional stability needed otherwise I think people can get some different results.
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