This score basically says that im easy to get along with and that I have the ability to fit in and be liked by others.I have always just taken things in stride, and not sweat the small stuff. My score helps me to understand why I have such a laid-back view on the mistakes that I along with others make. I try not to let anything faze me. Finally, for Neuroticism, I scored 23%. This score means that I have high self-esteem and can handle stress well.
This can be good in most instances but it does say that sometimes tasks are done more slowly, which can be a negative in some instances. The evaluation states that this score shows that I tend to be calming to those around me which can be true but only really on a one to one basis. I scored very high on the C spectrum which means I am a perfectionist who needs to have a clear picture of the end result before even beginning a project. It means I need to have controlled and accurate results while working in a constant environment with little change. Overall these assessments showed me that I need to be more open and compassionate with those around me.
Even though I’m an introvert, I can easily strike up a small-talk conversation and people frequently tell me I’m well-spoken and confident. In stressful situations I’m proactive. Whenever I’ve disclosed the more difficult aspects of my life, people are usually very surprised because I don’t show a lot of that side. I find a lot of comfort in compartmentalizing the different aspects of my life and my relationships with people. Patterns of Relating When it comes to relating to others, I think I’m very good at adapting to different people.
For the “D” (decisiveness) score, I scored moderately low and the description that goes along with this score fits me for the most part. For instance, I tend to lead by “doing” and I definitely hesitate to share my views and opinions on certain topics. I also tend to be conservative when making big decisions. My “I” (interactive) score was high average. Out of the whole assessment, this was the only area that I didn’t feel was as accurate.
My Four Different Personality Types According to the assessment, I have most likely ENFJ personality type: Extravert(1%), Intuitive(22%), Feeling(53%), and Judging(1%). However, three other characteristics—INFJ, ENFP, and INFP—of personality types can also apply to me because I appear to have marginal or no preference of Extraversion over Introversion and Judging over Perceiving. As stated in the information online, my ENFJ personality type indicates that I am kind, tolerant, reliable, and charismatic. I tend to trust people and love to help them; I have tremendous charisma and power to work with others. My persuasible ability allows me to have intimate relationships.
Step 1 What About Me? Personality Insights On the Core Five sections of the test I scored highest in the amicable dimension. I was surprised by this because the results stated “Model Citizen of an organization.” I would not characterize myself as a bad person, but certainly not a model citizen. I do work well with others when I must, but I often neglect opportunities to be social. This is confirmed by Jungian test as I am an INFJ, with an emphasis on the Introversion.
I find that I am most satisfied when I am helping someone. I like to have close relationships with people, and I am actually more comfortable in few close personal relationships than I am in many, less personal relationships. The second highest rated type, conventional, may be the most debatable. I very much dislike being in a situation, whether it be personal or professional, that is unstructured or unclear. I like to be aware of my situation and surroundings, and I become very uneasy when the situation is unclear.
I know I try to be considerate of others, but from the results, my answers to the questions resulted otherwise. At least for sympathy, cooperation, and trust I scored an average. Lastly for openness I scored a low of 4, which was alarming to me, because the number was a single digit number. Though I do find myself preferring plain and simple things, however it was upsetting that I scored low on adventurousness for someone who likes to
I fall under 90th percentile on agreeableness, so I should be sympathetic and compassionate. Most importantly, I should value cooperation, social harmony, and assume that most people are fair and honest. Lastly, people who score high on neuroticism are very sensitive about what other people think of them, and are easily embarrassed or discouraged. They often
When asked to score my personality he gave the following results: open mindedness at 40, conscientiousness at 25, extraversion at 60, agreeableness at 50, and negative emotionality at 10. Throughout all three evaluations the one consistent rating was found in negative emotionality. This isn’t surprising, I’ve been told that I’m a calm person by most people I encounter. What did surprise me was how lowly extraversion was