When I finished taking the four personality test they all seemed to turn out similar. All the test had in common was that I do not open up which is true and is something I need to work on. Another one that comes up was that I am too trusting. This is true, I do trust a lot of people but I feel as if it is not a bad thing because of the people I have in my life. A couple of the test’s showed that I judge people before knowing them. This is very true but thats how this generation is. Recently I have been doing a better job of knowing them before judging but I still can work on it. The last personality trait is that I like to avoid arguments and conflicts. This is very true as I do not like to make people mad but its not to a point where I do not speak my mind. That personality is in the middle as I do both sides of it. Some of the test say I’m unorganized and unprepared and I do not agree with how low I scored on that personality. I am usually on time for appointments, class, and have a clean room. Sometimes it might get a little hectic but not to bad. Another personality trait I disagree with is that I do not understand long-term consequences. I do understand them but at the time f the act I do not care or want to take the risk but I’m 100% aware of the consequences for the action. Overall the personality test’s showed many of my personality traits but had some flaws along the way. I would recommend these test to other people to see to get an idea about their own traits.


One thought on “Personality”

  1. It’s good that you are critical of your results and do not blindly accept them. While I believe that these tests offer valid feedback and insight into our personality, I do not believe that they make up who we are entirely. Depending on which test you take, what mood you are in when you take it, how accurately you answer, and how you perceive yourself, your results will vary. I wonder if the results you disagree with come from the color test, the only one where you did not get any input on your personality/characteristics, as those answers may or may not be arbitrary. I’m interested to hear your view on how valid these tests are, despite how accurate or inaccurate they may be.


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