Big 5 Test

The Big 5 Theory was first developed in 1968 and seeks to break down the basics of the human personality into five major descriptors – extroversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and openness. Over the course of the past several decades, it’s been enormously helpful when it comes to the development of a better understanding of not only basic personality traits, but the many ways individuals can differ from one another. The degree to which a person possesses each trait is due to a combination of genetics and environmental factors.

Find out more about where you register in regards to the Big 5 when you take our Big 5 personality test. Improve your understanding of your own unique traits, gain enhanced insight into how you deal with various situations, and much more!

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I often leave things laying around.
Disagree
Agree
I stay calm under pressure.
Disagree
Agree
I am very friendly.
Disagree
Agree
I enjoy talking about new ideas.
Disagree
Agree
I believe that people are good at heart.
Disagree
Agree
I value tradition.
Disagree
Agree
I am usually relaxed.
Disagree
Agree
I dislike talking about abstract ideas.
Disagree
Agree
I am not easily frustrated.
Disagree
Agree
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My Personality Test

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My Personality Test was designed to help you understand yourself and others better. This free 10 minute personality test will allow you learn more about your strengths and discover how you can achieve fulfilment in your professional and romantic life.

In 1921, Carl Jung published Psychological Types, in which he categorised people into primary types of psychological functions. In the 1940s Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers built upon the research developed by Jung and developed their own theory of psychological types showcasing 16 personalities.

The following statements deal with your perception of yourself in different situations.
Try to be as honest as possible in the answers you give.