The Big Five Test Results
Now you have five scores, one for each of the Big Five dimensions. To find out where you stand, you can compare your scores to those of many thousands of people who have taken this test.
Below are brief descriptions of the OCEAN traits:
Openness to Experiences/Openness: People at the high end of the scale enjoy questioning norms and conventions. They like to play with ideas, have vivid imaginations and enjoy adventures. In contrast, the relatively conventional people at the other end of the scale prefer the concrete to the abstract and the known to the unknown.
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Conscientiousness: People who are high on the trait of conscientiousness like order and plan ahead. They don’t become distracted and are not reckless and tend to achieve high levels of success. On the downside, they can be compulsive perfectionists and workaholics.
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Extraversion: Many extroverts are talkative, enthusiastic, cheerful and energetic. They can also be assertive.
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Agreeableness: People who are agreeable have an interpersonal warmth and embody compassion, generosity and kindness. People low on this trait are honest, blunt and not particularly concerned with protecting other’s feelings.
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Neuroticism: This term refers to people who are easily stressed and find it hard to remain calm in tense situations. They tend to worry a lot about what lies ahead or what has just occurred.
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