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    Saw this ad on Tsr so I took the test. Results were strangely enough very accurate

    http://you.visualdna.com/quiz/whoami...I-picture-VDNA

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    There are a few inaccuracies: I am not laid-back, I am interested in academic and intellectual challenges, I love abstract and theoretical thinking, and I am only popular sometimes. Besides these aspects, the results are more or less accurate.

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    • OUTLOOK: Realist
    • Realists like to think they see things the way they really are. But it's important to remember that everyone sees the world differently. You might tend to keep a level head, and don't excite easily, but this can leave you susceptible to bouts of gloominess. If you feel yourself moving towards a negative emotional extreme, try looking to other people for fresh perspectives.
    • CHARACTER: Thoughtful
    • Thoughtful people have a very giving and sympathetic character and are genuinely interested in and concerned about others. However, they can sometimes lack the persistence to follow through with their positive intentions. Luckily, you're very adept at inspiring good feelings and actions in others who can help carry you along too.
    • SELF CONTROL: Reserved
    • You may feel a bit conflicted when you've been wronged. On the one hand it can affect you deeply to the point of feeling victimized, but on the other you can be scared of saying something about it for fear of upsetting other people. The result is that your anger might be directed inwards, which is very unhealthy. You can't always be the nice guy.
    • COMPOSURE: Direct
    • Direct people can find it hard to resist their urges and impulses. In fact, when they really want something it's hard for them to keep their desire in check. If you find it all too easy to sacrifice your long-term goals for instant gratification, or wake up with a major headache the next morning, this might be an aspect of your life that would benefit from a bit more concentration.
    • TASTE: Homebody
    • You're very content in your own world, or in the company of a select few other people. People who share this characteristic enjoy simple pleasures in life, and are more likely to look for excitement and adventure in their own heads than by heading out into the wilderness for thrills.
    • SOCIABILITY: Humble
    • People with this characteristic tend to be modest and self-effacing - sometimes in the extreme. They enjoy their privacy and their own company, but are also sympathetic to the needs of others. In fact, sometimes they can be too trusting of people, which can lead to them being taken advantage of. If you recognise this trait in yourself, it's important to have someone you're sure you can trust looking out for you.
    • ACTION: Laid back
    • Laid back people don't worry too much about big plans and goals. They're much more likely to keep a fairly clean slate so they're able to respond to those sudden important jobs that always seem to crop up. You might sometimes lack the motivation to take charge or avoid coming up with new ideas, but you know deep down that putting in the effort will benefit you in the long run.
    • ATTITUDE: Traditional
    • People with traditional attitudes rely on their values and beliefs to steer them through life's problems. This means they have deep and strong connections to family and heritage, and have faith in all that has gone before. As a result they tend not to question the order of things as much as they could. You think things are a certain way for a reason, and you're happy with that.
    • PROCESS: Drifter
    • Drifters tend not to be particularly interested in academic or intellectual challenges, and need a clear idea of incentive, outcome and reward to keep them focused on a task they're not naturally inclined towards. If this sounds like you sometimes, you could perhaps benefit from some help organising and keeping track of your work.
    • RESILIENCE: Headstrong
    • Headstrong people might seem like they're bulletproof, but deep down they can actually be quite risk averse. As a result, rather than confront difficult situations or worries for fear of what might happen, they might prefer to bury their heads in the sand. This may work in the short term, but you know that problems don't always disappear just by being ignored.
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    Openness: 1%
    Conscientiousness: 54%
    Extraversion: 0%
    Agreeableness: 27%
    Neuroticism: 99%


    Some pretty extreme results here Michiyo and Paracosm
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    (Original post by Labrador99)
    Openness: 1%
    Conscientiousness: 54%
    Extraversion: 0%
    Agreeableness: 27%
    Neuroticism: 99%


    Some pretty extreme results here Michiyo and Paracosm
    0% extraversion wow
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    0% extraversion wow
    I mean I know I am introverted, but I'm not sure that 0% extraversion is quite how extreme it is
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    No idea why I tagged Paracosm instead of you!... I'm trying to sort out the werewolves of TSR between answering the questions- must have mixed up what I was replying to!
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    This was bullsh*t.
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    This was bullsh*t.
    The internet never lies!

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    What did you get?😂😂😂
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    This information is likely used for marketing.
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    • OUTLOOK: Realist — Realists like to think they see things the way they really are. But it's important to remember that everyone sees the world differently. You might tend to keep a level head, and don't excite easily, but this can leave you susceptible to bouts of gloominess. If you feel yourself moving towards a negative emotional extreme, try looking to other people for fresh perspectives.
    • CHARACTER: Helpful — Helpful people naturally want everyone around them to be happy and will actively work towards helping them achieve this. They are even prepared to work long and hard on difficult and thankless tasks until they're finished so others don't have to. You have a good amount of self discipline and are able to channel this toward benefitting others.
    • SELF CONTROL: Reserved — You may feel a bit conflicted when you've been wronged. On the one hand it can affect you deeply to the point of feeling victimized, but on the other you can be scared of saying something about it for fear of upsetting other people. The result is that your anger might be directed inwards, which is very unhealthy. You can't always be the nice guy.
    • COMPOSURE: Perfectionist — Perfectionists are likely to exert a lot of control over themselves and the world around them. They focus on even the smallest details and want everything to be just right. This is a great attitude to have, but if it's taken to the extreme it can lead to some distress - setting yourself unrealistic goals can lead to feelings of guilt and self-recrimination.
    • TASTE: Creator — Your real interests lie in creative activities. You can seem like quite a private person, but you're equally comfortable pursuing your interests with a group of like-minded people or by yourself. People who share this characteristic like a challenge they can get their teeth into and really focus on without any distractions.
    • SOCIABILITY: Humble — People with this characteristic tend to be modest and self-effacing - sometimes in the extreme. They enjoy their privacy and their own company, but are also sympathetic to the needs of others. In fact, sometimes they can be too trusting of people, which can lead to them being taken advantage of. If you recognise this trait in yourself, it's important to have someone you're sure you can trust looking out for you.
    • ACTION: Methodical — Methodical people know how to concentrate on any task they're set and keep focus on it to completion - so focused in fact that it's impossible to distract them. Your slow and steady approach may frustrate some people, but their concerns will always be allayed when you deliver your work on time and on spec.
    • ATTITUDE: Progressive — People with progressive attitudes tend to have a great deal of faith in human nature and believe in education, co-operation and free thinking as ways to help develop society. They are willing to try new ideas and solutions and take a thoughtful approach to issues like social problems. It sounds like you tend to be seen as the voice of reason in most situations.
    • PROCESS: Achiever — Achievers have a real love of learning and very strong desire to do well. They combine impressive drive, high aspirations and a diligent approach to help them achieve their goals. They're also very adept at coming up with creative solutions to complex academic problems. If this sounds like you, remember to take some time to enjoy the ride - it can be as exciting as reaching the destination.
    • RESILIENCE: Sensitive — Sensitive people are extremely aware of potential dangers and problems around them - perhaps a little too aware sometimes. In fact, they tend to purposefully imagine worst-case scenarios. If you recognise this trait in yourself, rather than let yourself be overcome by fear use these theoretical situations to stimulate yourself to come up with imaginative solutions.
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    The internet never lies!

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    What did you get?😂😂😂

    Completely opposite to how I actually am basically.
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    (Original post by Paracosm)
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    • OUTLOOK: Realist — Realists like to think they see things the way they really are. But it's important to remember that everyone sees the world differently. You might tend to keep a level head, and don't excite easily, but this can leave you susceptible to bouts of gloominess. If you feel yourself moving towards a negative emotional extreme, try looking to other people for fresh perspectives.
    • CHARACTER: Helpful — Helpful people naturally want everyone around them to be happy and will actively work towards helping them achieve this. They are even prepared to work long and hard on difficult and thankless tasks until they're finished so others don't have to. You have a good amount of self discipline and are able to channel this toward benefitting others.
    • SELF CONTROL: Reserved — You may feel a bit conflicted when you've been wronged. On the one hand it can affect you deeply to the point of feeling victimized, but on the other you can be scared of saying something about it for fear of upsetting other people. The result is that your anger might be directed inwards, which is very unhealthy. You can't always be the nice guy.
    • COMPOSURE: Perfectionist — Perfectionists are likely to exert a lot of control over themselves and the world around them. They focus on even the smallest details and want everything to be just right. This is a great attitude to have, but if it's taken to the extreme it can lead to some distress - setting yourself unrealistic goals can lead to feelings of guilt and self-recrimination.
    • TASTE: Creator — Your real interests lie in creative activities. You can seem like quite a private person, but you're equally comfortable pursuing your interests with a group of like-minded people or by yourself. People who share this characteristic like a challenge they can get their teeth into and really focus on without any distractions.
    • SOCIABILITY: Humble — People with this characteristic tend to be modest and self-effacing - sometimes in the extreme. They enjoy their privacy and their own company, but are also sympathetic to the needs of others. In fact, sometimes they can be too trusting of people, which can lead to them being taken advantage of. If you recognise this trait in yourself, it's important to have someone you're sure you can trust looking out for you.
    • ACTION: Methodical — Methodical people know how to concentrate on any task they're set and keep focus on it to completion - so focused in fact that it's impossible to distract them. Your slow and steady approach may frustrate some people, but their concerns will always be allayed when you deliver your work on time and on spec.
    • ATTITUDE: Progressive — People with progressive attitudes tend to have a great deal of faith in human nature and believe in education, co-operation and free thinking as ways to help develop society. They are willing to try new ideas and solutions and take a thoughtful approach to issues like social problems. It sounds like you tend to be seen as the voice of reason in most situations.
    • PROCESS: Achiever — Achievers have a real love of learning and very strong desire to do well. They combine impressive drive, high aspirations and a diligent approach to help them achieve their goals. They're also very adept at coming up with creative solutions to complex academic problems. If this sounds like you, remember to take some time to enjoy the ride - it can be as exciting as reaching the destination.
    • RESILIENCE: Sensitive — Sensitive people are extremely aware of potential dangers and problems around them - perhaps a little too aware sometimes. In fact, they tend to purposefully imagine worst-case scenarios. If you recognise this trait in yourself, rather than let yourself be overcome by fear use these theoretical situations to stimulate yourself to come up with imaginative solutions.
    I find it interesting how two INFJs like us got such different results :shock:
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    (Original post by AQuestion1)
    This information is likely used for marketing.
    Agreed. The obvious marketing questions made me very uncomfortable.
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    Think some mods have a high level of the blue one..
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    I'm probably going to have to clear my cookies after this.

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    A clear example why I got 6% agreeable ness.


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    I got Stargazer wtf

    58% openness
    7% conscientiousness
    8% extraversion
    18% agreeableness (lol)
    84% neuroticism (super LOL)
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    Openness 97%
    Conscientiousness 50%
    Extraversion 62%
    Agreeableness 14%
    Neuroticism 92%
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    (Original post by zayn008)
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    Your phone is fully charged. You can disconnect it from the charger now.
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    Your phone is fully charged. You can disconnect it from the charger now.
    It’s been like that for about 2 hours now 😂
 
 
 
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