Personality Test Results

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Thank you for taking our Personality Test!

Below you’ll find a comprehensive list of personality types and associated traits, along with some helpful resources at the bottom of the page.

Which personality best describes you?

The Social Butterfly

  • I like to be the center of attention.
  • I’m usually the first one to raise my hand in class.
  • I enjoy giving presentations.
  • Some people might say I’m loud.
  • I enjoy going out to parties.

The Quiet Kid

  • I prefer to spend time with people one-on-one.
  • I’m usually pretty quiet in class and public.
  • I enjoy spending time alone.
  • I don’t like being the center of attention.
  • I’d rather spend a night in with close friends than go to a big party.

The Adventurer

  • I love spending time outdoors.
  • I would consider myself a big traveler.
  • I like to try new things.
  • I don’t stick around one place for very long.
  • I like to venture outside of my comfort zone.

The Go-Getter

  • I like taking charge in school and in the workplace.
  • I feel more comfortable giving orders than receiving them.
  • I like to set a good example for others.
  • I’m always striving to reach my fullest potential.
  • I don’t like being told what to do.

The Artist

  • I spend a lot of time making art (write, painting, sculpting, music etc.).
  • I usually think outside of the box.
  • I like the freedom to express myself in everything I do.
  • I believe my brain is my biggest asset.
  • Some people might say I’m eccentric.

The Clown

  • Most of my friends would say I’m the joker of the group.
  • Making people laugh is one of my top priorities.
  • I love practical jokes.
  • I’m not easily embarrassed.

The Caretaker

  • I love helping people solve problems.
  • Most of my friends say they have an easy time talking to me about personal issues.
  • If my friend or family member is sick, I’m the first to bring them medicine and soup.
  • I’m happiest when helping others.

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