Big 5 Test - Agreeableness

Big 5 Test Agreeableness – High

You scored high in agreeableness. You are very considerate of others, and typically try to avoid conflict. Other usually describe you as friendly, altruistic, generous, and helpful.

Being high in agreeableness gives you the ability to find room for compromise in nearly every situation. You are always willing to listen to others’ opinions and ideas, even when you think they are wrong. This can sometimes be problematic in decision-making situations – your agreeable personality sometimes prevents you from speaking up when someone else is very opinionated, and you may end up going along with their ideas, even when you disagree.

Because of their ability to mediate conflict and help others, those who score high in agreeableness typically do well in careers as managers, counselors, and non-profit work.

Big 5 Test Agreeableness – Medium

You scored medium in agreeableness. Others often describe you as friendly and helpful. You typically try to avoid conflict, but when a situation arises, you aren’t afraid to speak up. In group situations, you are able to find a comfortable balance between keeping everyone happy, but also speaking up and making the right decision.

You are a fairly generous person, and enjoy doing what you can to help others. In your free time, you may find yourself volunteering or helping friends and family with various projects. You believe helping others is important, but have not felt the need to devote your entire life to helping others. You do what you can to help, while making sure you are not being taken advantage of.

Big 5 Test Agreeableness – Low

You scored low on agreeableness. Others describe you as outspoken and bold. You don’t usually go out of your way to help others, but are willing to help close family and friends when needed. Life has taught you that you need to watch out for yourself and your family before you go out of your way to help others. Because of this, it takes you quite a while to trust others.

In group situations, you value choosing the right option, rather than keeping everyone happy. You do what you can to convince others that you are right, and typically try to make them see things your way. In a nutshell, you try to be as objective as possible when making decisions in order to make sure you are making the right choice.

When interacting with others, you are very pointed. Because you are so outspoken, our mouth sometimes gets you into trouble.

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