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Cory Charter1/25/18Written Assignment 1Before taking the two personality tests, I had actually investigated my personality type on my own time about a year or two ago. Of course I don’t remember my results but the test types were familiar. The first test I took was the 16 personalities, the types of questions it asked varied but it generally asked about how you think you act in certain situations. Such as are you outgoing, do you like to be the center of attention, how do you deal in stressful situations. Each question was very specific and it was open ended to the effect of how you answer is a scale based on whether you agree, are neutral or disagree with a couple buffer bubbles between each category. The big 5 test asked similar questions about how you deal with other people, other specific situations but instead of asking if you agree or disagree, it asks you to rank how correct these statements are in relation to your life and the projections they have on you. Some of the questions asked by both tests made it a little more difficult because I could see my answer changing depending on certain situations and if it involved another person, who it could be; such as a friend vs. a stranger or ally vs. foe. Both tests had similar scoring but neither had you