OK, I Admit it: I'm Weird…

I really didn’t like this personality assessment. These results probably more closely reflect my true personality. At work, in order to be successful, I am required to be far more outgoing and take charge than is really my natural temperament. Therefore, answering many of the questions was difficult because I behave one way at work and another in my personal life. Odd, I know.

Eysenck’s Test Results:

  • Extraversion (33%) moderately low which suggests you are quiet, unassertive, and aloof.
  • Neuroticism (26%) low which suggests you are very relaxed, calm, secure, unemotional but possibly too unobservant of your feelings.
  • Psychoticism (30%) low which suggests you are very good natured, trusting, and helpful but possibly too much of a follower.

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