Different Types Of Personality Tests In The Briggs-Meyer Test

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During this personality experiment I took three tests. The first test was the Briggs-Meyer test and the types of personality traits they test for are extraverted vs. introverted, sensing vs. intuition, thinking vs. feeling, and judging vs. perceiving. The second test is called True Colors. It discovers the color that matches your natural-born temperament. This test describes your core values and needs. The last test is the Passion profile test and it gives you one out of four profiles that tells you how to best tie what you do for a living to something you’re passionate about. Learning Strengths and Weaknesses from Personality Tests Introduction: All throughout my high school career I have took different personality tests. School’s personality tests were always related to what career field would be best for you. Most of the tests had said that I am creative and a creative job would be best for me. Purpose: To really identify myself, also to find my strengths and weaknesses about my personality and character. This will also…show more content…
If so, go back to your search bar and type http://lonerwolf.com/true-colors-personality-test/. Take the test and find out what color you are! After you read the result make sure you save them somewhere so you can remember your strengths and weaknesses. Still feeling adventures? Go ahead and take another personality test. Type www.clarifyonfire.com in your search bar. Read instruction and take the test. After taking the test, it will give you another set of instructions to get your results from the test. You will have to type in your first name, followed by your email, then click get results. Next, click download results to actually see your results. Read your results and save them. Now that you know your strengths and weaknesses, sit down, maybe drink a glass of your favorite beverage and write down where you can put your strengths and weaknesses in your career and in your everyday
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