Gotoquiz Big Five Personality Test

Thread Topic: Gotoquiz Big Five Personality Test

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    Beautix Newbie
    My Personality: The Big Five

    Open to Experience: 23rd percentile
    Careless: 3rd percentile
    Introverted: 21st percentile
    Disagreeable: 2nd percentile
    Neurotic: 17th percentile

    Quiz Link: h t t p s://w w w.gotoquiz.com/personality/big-five.html (without the spaces(
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    Open to Experience: 66th percentile
    Conscientious: 32nd percentile
    Introverted: 58th percentile
    Agreeable: 32nd percentile
    Neurotic: 35th percentile

    Seems pretty accurate to me, except I think I'm a bit more introverted and neurotic.
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    Puppet master12 Hot Shot
    Conventional/Open to Experience Axis
    Open to Experience 42nd percentile
    Your score places you on the Open to Experience end of this axis. Openness to experience is sometimes called intellectual curiosity. Open individuals have vivid imaginations, seek out novel activities, prefer variety, and question traditional social, religious and political values. They are more likely to try new foods, enjoy solving puzzles, and appreciate art and poetry. They hold unconventional opinions and enjoy debating them. They are more likely to be politically liberal and anti-authoritarian. Openness to experience is slightly correlated with higher intelligence. It is also associated with increased likelihood to experiment with drugs. Open individuals are valued by employers in creative fields such as marketing and graphic design. In the US, the coastal states rank higher for openness to experience. In the Midwest and South, conventional traits dominate.

    Carelessness/Conscientiousness Axis
    Carelessness 9th percentile
    Your score places you slightly on the Carelessness end of this axis. Careless individuals are more laid back and less goal-oriented than their conscientious counterparts. Carelessness is associated with low self-discipline and a lack of motivation to complete tasks. People with a high careless score are born procrastinators, but are also more spontaneous. Employers often test prospective employees to weed out the careless, out of concern over their lack of reliability and lower productivity. In the US, states that rank the highest for carelessness include Rhode Island, Hawaii, Maine and Alaska. The central and southwestern states are generally more conscientious.

    Introversion/Extraversion Axis
    Introversion 45th percentile
    Your score places you on the Introversion end of this axis. Introverts prefer less social stimulation, instead favoring solitary activities such as writing, reading, playing video games, painting, blogging, and tinkering. Introverts are reflective, deliberate, and reserved. Not necessarily shy, introverts can feel overwhelmed and worn out from social occassions. They tend to have a smaller circle of friends with whom to socialize. Introverts excel at planning and problem-solving, often choosing careers in engineering, composing, inventing, programming, book writing, and academia. Although introversion is seen as less socially desirable in Western countries, it is strongly associated with such traits as intelligence and artistic talent. Central Europe and Asia tend to value introversion more highly. In the US, the Nortwest and parts of New England are more introverted, while the Midwest and several Southern states have higher numbers of extraverts.

    Disagreeableness/Agreeableness Axis
    Agreeableness 17th percentile
    Your score places you slightly on the Agreeableness end of this axis. Agreeableness represents a tendency toward cooperation and compassion. Agreeable people seek social harmony, and are honest, genuine, and trustworthy. They tend see other people as trustworthy as well, and generally hold an optimistic view of human nature. Because agreeable individuals are biased toward liking others, they have an advantage in a variety of social situations. However, they may be taken advantage of by those less scrupulous. Agreeableness is highly associated with altruism, needing no particular motivation to help others. In the US, midwesterners and southerners ("southern hospitality") are higher in agreeableness. The urban east and west coastal areas feature more disagreeableness.

    Neuroticism/Emotional Stability Axis
    Neuroticism 83rd percentile
    You scored very strongly on the Neuroticism end of the scale. Neuroticism is the tendency to experience negative emotions, such as anger, anxiety, guilt or depression. Neuroticism may even correlate with heart disease and shorter lifespan. Individuals with neuroticism are more likely to interpret situations as threatening, or difficulties as hopeless. Their frequent negative reactions cause them to appear always in a bad mood. Inability to cope with stress is common with neuroticism, and anxiety disorders are also correlated. In the US, neuroticism is most frequently found in eastern states such as New York, New Jersey and West Virginia. The western states, such as Colorado, Utah, and Oregon feature higher emotional stability.
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    barberbob2 Senior
    Open to Experience 11th percentile
    Conscientiousness 8th percentile
    Extroversion 30th percentile
    Agreeableness 6th percentile
    Emotional Stability 22nd percentile
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    Paige_ Advanced
    Conventional6th percentile

    Your score places you slightly on the Conventional end of this axis. Conventionalism is associated with traditional outlooks and moral views, and a preference for familiar routines. Conventional individuals prefer simplicity to complexity, and are less likely to appreciate subtlety. They frequently question the value of the arts and sciences. They are more likely to be politically conservative and relgiously affiliated than those open to experience. In the US, conventionalism is most prevalent in the South and Midwest, while openness to experience prevails on the east and west coasts.

    Carelessness/Conscientiousness Axis

    Carelessness19th percentile

    Your score places you slightly on the Carelessness end of this axis. Careless individuals are more laid back and less goal-oriented than their conscientious counterparts. Carelessness is associated with low self-discipline and a lack of motivation to complete tasks. People with a high careless score are born procrastinators, but are also more spontaneous. Employers often test prospective employees to weed out the careless, out of concern over their lack of reliability and lower productivity. In the US, states that rank the highest for carelessness include Rhode Island, Hawaii, Maine and Alaska. The central and southwestern states are generally more conscientious.

    Introversion/Extraversion Axis

    Introversion33rd percentile

    Your score places you on the Introversion end of this axis. Introverts prefer less social stimulation, instead favoring solitary activities such as writing, reading, playing video games, painting, blogging, and tinkering. Introverts are reflective, deliberate, and reserved. Not necessarily shy, introverts can feel overwhelmed and worn out from social occassions. They tend to have a smaller circle of friends with whom to socialize. Introverts excel at planning and problem-solving, often choosing careers in engineering, composing, inventing, programming, book writing, and academia. Although introversion is seen as less socially desirable in Western countries, it is strongly associated with such traits as intelligence and artistic talent. Central Europe and Asia tend to value introversion more highly. In the US, the Nortwest and parts of New England are more introverted, while the Midwest and several Southern states have higher numbers of extraverts.

    Disagreeableness/Agreeableness Axis

    Agreeableness23rd percentile

    Your score places you slightly on the Agreeableness end of this axis. Agreeableness represents a tendency toward cooperation and compassion. Agreeable people seek social harmony, and are honest, genuine, and trustworthy. They tend see other people as trustworthy as well, and generally hold an optimistic view of human nature. Because agreeable individuals are biased toward liking others, they have an advantage in a variety of social situations. However, they may be taken advantage of by those less scrupulous. Agreeableness is highly associated with altruism, needing no particular motivation to help others. In the US, midwesterners and southerners ("southern hospitality") are higher in agreeableness. The urban east and west coastal areas feature more disagreeableness.

    Neuroticism/Emotional Stability Axis

    Neuroticism3rd percentile

    You scored in the middle on the Neuroticism/Emotional Stability spectrum. What is Emotional Stability? Emotional stability is associated with such traits as even temperament, calmness, and ability to handle stress. Emotionally stable people experience fewer negative emotions, and therefore have a more positive life experience. They report higher levels of happiness and satisfaction. Emotionally stable people are said to possess emotional intelligence. In the US, the western states, including Oregon, Utah and Colorado, are the most emotionally stable. Eastern states, by comparison, have the highest levels of neuroticism. These include New York, New Jersey and West Virginia.
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    The Actual Boss Advanced
    Open to Experience: 23rd percentile
    Conscientious: 16th percentile
    Extraverted: 3rd percentile
    Agreeable: 20th percentile
    Emotionally Stable: 6th percentile
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    Dark22978 Hot Shot
    At first I was lol at the 50th percentile, but then I kind of wanted to cry at my 71st percentile on neuroticism haha

    Open to Experience: 36th percentile
    Conscientiousness: 11th percentile
    Extraversion: 4th percentile
    Agreeableness: 50th percentile
    Neuroticism: 71st percentile
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    Stardust1 Advanced
    Open to Experience: 43rd percentile
    Conscientiousness: 12th percentile
    Introversion: 24th percentile
    Agreeableness: 35th percentile
    Emotional Stability: 17th percentile
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    Br0wnieBunny Expert
    My Personality: The Big Five

    Open to Experience: 20th percentile
    Conscientious: 40th percentile
    Extraverted: 30th percentile
    Agreeable: 24th percentile
    Neurotic: 22nd percentile

    fairly accurate, though I like think of myself as more conscientious
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    i_love_planes Advanced
    OCEAN in descending order
    42nd percentile
    37th percentile
    20th percentile
    29th percentile
    60th percentile

    I'm crying @ the neuroticism lmao
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    d_h Senior
    Conventional/Open to Experience Axis
    Open to Experience
    23rd percentile
    Your score places you slightly on the Open to Experience end of this axis. Openness to experience is sometimes called intellectual curiosity. Open individuals have vivid imaginations, seek out novel activities, prefer variety, and question traditional social, religious and political values. They are more likely to try new foods, enjoy solving puzzles, and appreciate art and poetry. They hold unconventional opinions and enjoy debating them. They are more likely to be politically liberal and anti-authoritarian. Openness to experience is slightly correlated with higher intelligence. It is also associated with increased likelihood to experiment with drugs. Open individuals are valued by employers in creative fields such as marketing and graphic design. In the US, the coastal states rank higher for openness to experience. In the Midwest and South, conventional traits dominate.

    Carelessness/Conscientiousness Axis
    Carelessness
    21st percentile
    Your score places you slightly on the Carelessness end of this axis. Careless individuals are more laid back and less goal-oriented than their conscientious counterparts. Carelessness is associated with low self-discipline and a lack of motivation to complete tasks. People with a high careless score are born procrastinators, but are also more spontaneous. Employers often test prospective employees to weed out the careless, out of concern over their lack of reliability and lower productivity. In the US, states that rank the highest for carelessness include Rhode Island, Hawaii, Maine and Alaska. The central and southwestern states are generally more conscientious.

    Introversion/Extraversion Axis
    Introversion
    22nd percentile
    Your score places you slightly on the Introversion end of this axis. Introverts prefer less social stimulation, instead favoring solitary activities such as writing, reading, playing video games, painting, blogging, and tinkering. Introverts are reflective, deliberate, and reserved. Not necessarily shy, introverts can feel overwhelmed and worn out from social occassions. They tend to have a smaller circle of friends with whom to socialize. Introverts excel at planning and problem-solving, often choosing careers in engineering, composing, inventing, programming, book writing, and academia. Although introversion is seen as less socially desirable in Western countries, it is strongly associated with such traits as intelligence and artistic talent. Central Europe and Asia tend to value introversion more highly. In the US, the Nortwest and parts of New England are more introverted, while the Midwest and several Southern states have higher numbers of extraverts.

    Disagreeableness/Agreeableness Axis
    Agreeableness
    62nd percentile
    Your score places you on the Agreeableness end of this axis. Agreeableness represents a tendency toward cooperation and compassion. Agreeable people seek social harmony, and are honest, genuine, and trustworthy. They tend see other people as trustworthy as well, and generally hold an optimistic view of human nature. Because agreeable individuals are biased toward liking others, they have an advantage in a variety of social situations. However, they may be taken advantage of by those less scrupulous. Agreeableness is highly associated with altruism, needing no particular motivation to help others. In the US, midwesterners and southerners ("southern hospitality") are higher in agreeableness. The urban east and west coastal areas feature more disagreeableness.

    Neuroticism/Emotional Stability Axis
    Neuroticism
    44th percentile
    Your score places you on the Neuroticism end of this axis. Neuroticism is the tendency to experience negative emotions, such as anger, anxiety, guilt or depression. Neuroticism may even correlate with heart disease and shorter lifespan. Individuals with neuroticism are more likely to interpret situations as threatening, or difficulties as hopeless. Their frequent negative reactions cause them to appear always in a bad mood. Inability to cope with stress is common with neuroticism, and anxiety disorders are also correlated. In the US, neuroticism is most frequently found in eastern states such as New York, New Jersey and West Virginia. The western states, such as Colorado, Utah, and Oregon feature higher emotional stability.

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