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The MBTI test was really basic questions, and just giving how you felt about them. Therewas I think around 50 questions on this test, and five options for answers. The questions on theMBTI test were short and sweet with little detail to them. The Big Five assessment was shorterthan the other one I believe. It was roughly the same when it came to the questions, although theBig Five assessment questions were more detailed. However, there was five options for ananswer here as well. As far as the MBTI test goes, my results came back as ISTJ-T, which simplystands for Introvert, Observant, Thinking and Judging, and the final T stands for Turbulent. Iknew most of these about myself already, so I agree with the MBTI test. On the Big Fiveassessment, my results came back similar to the MBTI results, and it said things like “You don’tseek out new experiences, you are very well organized, and you tend to become anxious andnervous.” ("The Big Five Project - Personality Test", 2019) I agree with this test to a certain