Extreme Systemizer

Extreme Systemizer

According to your score, you are an extreme systemizer. You are in the top percentage of those with systemizing traits. You have strong attention to detail and your decisions are driven by facts. You pride yourself on being led by your head, not your heart. You can be a good listener, and you care what others have to say, but you often find your mind wandering if the conversation is not engaging enough.

You also pride yourself in being reliable and predictable. You follow through on your commitments, and make it a point to always show up on time. Others know they can rely on you because you will always follow through.

Similarly, you find comfort in the routine of your day-to-day life. You enjoy eating the same foods and wearing a certain style of clothing each day. You are not a thrill-seeker by any means.

You may not always pick up on social cues. At times, jokes or sarcasm goes over your head, and you need someone to explain things to you. To make up for this, you often find yourself thinking about social cues and how your own actions are perceived. You want to give others a good impression.

When you face a problem, you tend to think about it to yourself, rather than talk it through with someone else. You have little sympathy for others who complain about their problems – they just need to make a decision and fix their problem.

You see the world as black and white. You recognize that regardless of circumstances, there is a right answer and a wrong answer for dilemmas in this world. When you don’t agree with others, you are not afraid to tell them why they are wrong. However, you must be careful not to hurt others’ feelings when you do this.

Being an extreme systemizer sometimes causes conflict in your relationships, particularly with individuals who are empathizers. You have a difficult time understanding people who are extremely emotional, and this can cause disagreements within your relationships.

Balanced Extreme Systemizer

According to your score, you are an extreme systemizer. You are in the top percentage of those with systemizing traits. You have strong attention to detail and your decisions are driven by facts. You pride yourself on being led by your head, not your heart. You can be a good listener, and you care what others have to say, but you often find your mind wandering if the conversation is not engaging enough.

You also pride yourself in being reliable and predictable. You follow through on your commitments, and make it a point to always show up on time. Others know they can rely on you because you will always follow through.

Similarly, you find comfort in the routine of your day-to-day life. You enjoy eating the same foods and wearing a certain style of clothing each day. You are not a thrill-seeker by any means.

You may not always pick up on social cues. At times, jokes or sarcasm goes over your head, and you need someone to explain things to you. To make up for this, you often find yourself thinking about social cues and how your own actions are perceived. You want to give others a good impression.

When you face a problem, you tend to think about it to yourself, rather than talk it through with someone else. You have little sympathy for others who complain about their problems – they just need to make a decision and fix their problem.

You see the world as black and white. You recognize that regardless of circumstances, there is a right answer and a wrong answer for dilemmas in this world. When you don’t agree with others, you are not afraid to tell them why they are wrong. However, you must be careful not to hurt others’ feelings when you do this.

Being an extreme systemizer sometimes causes conflict in your relationships, particularly with individuals who are empathizers. You have a difficult time understanding people who are extremely emotional, and this can cause disagreements within your relationships.