personality is strongly emotional, and very vulnerable to criticism (can feel like they’ve been backed into a corner, sometimes reacting badly). I do have to agree with this to an extent. I am very bold with a lot of things. Although, I do not fully agree with the weakness. I am strongly emotional but I do not really react badly when I’m backed into a corner. I tend to go with the flow of things. I enjoyed getting deeper results from this particular test because they gave a lot more accurate, detailed results than other tests. According to the Big Five Project Personality Test, I am relatively open to new experiences, well-organized and reliable, relatively social and enjoy the company of others,
consider the feelings of others and not particularly nervous, nor calm. Honestly, all of these results describe a part of me. I enjoy the company of others but I can stand to be alone. I tend to make it my job not to react to anything that goes on around me so I’m in the middle of being anxious and calm. This test correlated with the results on the other test as well. I plan on using the results from both exams to continue to live my life the way I am, both personally and professionally. In my life, I feel like I may not need to change anything except maybe trying to not be so sensitive. I think that doing these two tests together opens your eyes widely about who you really are and what you are made of.
References Cervone, D., & Pervin, L.A. (2017). Personality: theory and research (13 th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Cunningham, L. (2012, December 14). Myers-Briggs: Does it pay to know your type? Retrieved December 27, 2017, From - leadership/myers-briggs-does0it0oay-to-know-your-type/2012/12/eaded/ae-3fcc-11e2- bca3-aadc9b7e29c5_story.html?utm_term=.a70a3e02a4bc
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