Your responses to the previous questions have been used to generate this report. The results are grouped here into five categories: extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, emotional stability, and openness. These categories represent the way that most people talk about personality and may therefore reflect cultural or social biases.
While many or all of these categories may look like words you typically use (even ones that often are accompanied with a value judgment) it is important to understand that these five factors are really labels used by psychologists to describe differences between people.
This is not psycho-analysis; the results presented here were created directly from your responses to the items. For that reason, it is unlikely that there should be a mis-match between our descriptions and how you or others view themselves. However, there is always room for error, and we would appreciate your feedback on our inventory and descriptions. Feedback can be left here.
The descriptions used here are borrowed from John Johnson, who hosts a page of descriptions .
If you would like to learn more about the model of personality
presented here, you can find an overview and a short bibliography
on the personality project website. We also discuss how to estimate the reliability of these results and show the distributions of scores from a sample of 50,000 people who have taken the survey.
Click here to see the distribution of scores for people in your same age group.
If you would like to learn more about the items we used to assess various aspects of your personality, please visit the table of items that we select from by clicking here.
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Your average score on extraversion was 2.2, which is considered low. It is in approximately the 7th percentile for males between 18 and 25 years old.
Your average score on agreeableness was 2.7, which is considered low. It is in approximately the 3rd percentile for males between 18 and 25 years old.
Your average score on conscientiousness was 4.3, which is considered average. It is in approximately the 69th percentile for males between 18 and 25 years old.
Emotional Stability Report
Your average score on emotional stability was 4.6, which is considered high. It is in approximately the 79th percentile for males between 18 and 25 years old.
Your average score on openness was 5.4, which is considered high. It is in approximately the 87th percentile for males between 18 and 25 years old.