Personality Test

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Jan 14, 2017, 08:24

Personality Test  

Quite interesting.

Jan 14, 2017, 08:27

 Apologies for posting this in the wrong section. I'm posting from my phone and succumbed to a brain fart.

Jan 14, 2017, 13:00

I came out as a Protagonist but when I read the description it didn't sound a lot like me. Not sure if that's because the test wasn't great or if I'm a bit lacking in self-awareness. 


I can guess what some of the yappers on here will reply to this! LMAO!


Jan 14, 2017, 13:06

 Seems I'm INTP T but that could just be a misspelling of inept. Lol

Jan 14, 2017, 18:24

 Mine was kinda spot on. Virtuoso . 


Edit. I took it again 6 months ago and just now, and it changed to INTP-A

Jan 14, 2017, 22:57

Defender???  Bit confused by the description though.  Confused more likely lol

Jan 20, 2017, 19:51

Thanks Draad...a good and interesting post...the test is fairly accurate.

I'm a Campaigner...lolz...seems right...except I probably took the wrong turn somewhere in my career life...probably why I get angry with the wrong people sometimes. But it's a good test with deep and honest questions.

Jan 20, 2017, 20:05

ENFP: The Campaigner

ENFP

One of the Diplomats, the Extraverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving (ENFP) personality type views the world externally and evaluates information based primarily on intuition. A person with an ENFP personality is bright, enthusiastic, warm, and seems to have limitless potential. As an ENFP, you see possibilities where others see obstacles. This gives you a passion for life, which you can use to motivate and inspire others. As long as you have a strong interest in something, you do well at it.

ENFP Strengths and Weaknesses

As someone with the gift of gab, you tend to be genuinely interested in others and highly value personal relationships. Most people with this personality type have a strong need for others to like them, which can make ENFPs come across as insincere or pushy at first. However, this tends to fade as you learn to balance your seemingly conflicting needs of being true to yourself and wanting the approval of others. Because you are so intuitive, you get to know people at a deeper level rather quickly.

As an ENFP, you have a strong need to have all areas of your life align with your values. You also crave adventure, which can make the mundane tasks of life seem unbearable at times. Other people may accuse you of being oblivious to the endless small details that adults must handle. While others may feel frustrated with you, you feel misunderstood by them. Another challenge for this personality type is resisting the urge to be manipulative. Your strong language and social skills make it easy for you to coerce other people, but your value system typically overrides you actually doing it.

ENFPs and Work

You enjoy project work because it has a definite beginning and end. However, your dislike of routine tasks makes several types of jobs and projects undesirable for you. You are service-oriented and a natural leader, but don’t necessarily like to lead other people. These contradictions mean that you may work at several different careers throughout your lifetime. Others may see you as without direction, but this just isn’t true. You are consistent with work, as long as it remains true to your values.

Some excellent career choices for an ENFP include:

  • Artist
  • Consultant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Psychologist
  • Writer

You may also enjoy the following careers, although you may get frustrated with rigid rules or having to repeat the same tasks multiple times:

  •  Computer programmer
  • Engineer
  • Politician
  • Scientist
  • Television reporter


Well it's almost accurate because I have a bit of each but not enough to specialise and become really heart and soul and exceptionally good at it but it certainly pin points my tendancies.


Ironically my desires and heart would have been a Game Ranger, Farmer or Marine Biologist or similar outdoor activities and science.


Nevertheless quite accurate.

 

Jan 21, 2017, 10:48

 Seb, my wife is a campaigner too, I have sympathy for your spouse!:D:angel:

Nov 27, 2019, 18:16

 Protagonist


Take the test again Rooi, you did something wrong last time.

Nov 28, 2019, 08:09

Haaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahaaa!! Isn't that a fact.

I don't see Antagonist listed.

He argues for argument's sake.



Jun 21, 2020, 08:26

Plum...

Jun 21, 2020, 08:29

Sup?

Jun 21, 2020, 09:18

What do you think about Myers-Briggs?

Jun 21, 2020, 09:35

Took the test.

Protagonist.

The questions aren't very well disguised and it's quite easy to tell which questions fit into categories they are testing.

I guess if one answers honestly, the result should be relatively accurate.

Also, one's career, which may not be a choice so much as a "this is all I could get" scenario, would probably also influence the outcome quite a bit. Though that isn't the case for me.

Anyhow, apparently protagonists are born leaders. 

Oppas ANC, there's a new dog in town ;)


Jun 21, 2020, 12:23

Another thing you have in common with Rooi.:angel::D.

I've tried a few different versions of these kinda tests and got more or less the same result. What I find interesting is the fact that personalities can accurately be condensed into 16 ...or 32 if you like, archetypes...another patern in nature.

 
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