August 27, 2008

Personality Test?

I followed a link to PersonalDNA. It's one of those "psychological" quizzes that asks you questions and then summarizes your answers, putting you into some neat little categories. Not too revealing (and a little frustrating when their page scrolls unnecessarily) but satisfactory if you like coming up with words to describe yourself.

  • "Your solid grounding in the practicalities of life, along with your self-assuredness and your willingness to appreciate new things make you a LEADER.

  • You're in touch with what is going on around you and adept at remaining down-to-earth and logical.

  • Although you're detail-oriented, this doesn't mean that you lose the big picture.

  • You tend to find beauty in form and efficiency, as opposed to finding it in broad-based, abstract concepts.

  • Never one to pass on an adventure, you're consistently seeking and finding new things, even in your immediate surroundings."

  • ... and so forth plus
    • You are RESERVED – you aren't someone who always needs to have others around, and you find you can handle most situations on your own.
    • You can be very happy spending time alone, and enjoy your own thoughts and ideas.
    • You find it difficult to understand why some people get so emotional and tell everyone else their problems.
    • You believe that if you want to get something done, it is best to do it yourself.
    • In your experience, other people are not always completely dependable, so you generally rely on yourself and only a few close others.
    • Despite your independence, you are not a closed-minded person who makes hasty judgments about others. You know that it isn't always easy to walk in other people's shoes.
    • At times other people's feelings are puzzling to you, and you wish that people were more rational.
    • Your vision of the world is complex – your values are not set in stone. Instead, you are able to change your beliefs as you learn new information.

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