Studies in psychology suggest that no two persons in the world would have the exact same personality. A personality is what we use to describe a person’s behavior. Behaviors may be introverted or extroverted, and personality tests were devised to collect principal data about a person’s observable behavior.
The first personality tests appeared in 1920s and were intended to aid in personnel selection, particularly in the military. Ever since, a number of personality tests were developed optimized for different purposes. Also, taking a personality test is quite fun as it helps us learn more about ourselves and others.
Take out a piece of paper and pen to write down the answers for the questions. You can also use your laptop or phone to joint them down. Remember not to think too much and just go with the first answer that pops up in your head.
Please follow the following instructions chronologically. Try to be as honest as you can.
- Think of an open field. Imagine a field. Describe the first vision you had, how big is this field?
- Think of a cube. Put a cube in the middle of your field. How big is the cube? Describe the surface of the cube.
- Think of a ladder. How long is this ladder? Where is this located in your field?
- Think of a horse. What color is the horse? What is the horse doing? Where is the horse in relation to your cube?
- Think of flowers. Where are the flowers in your field, and how many?
- Think of a weather condition. Is it raining? Sunny? Is your field foggy? Or perhaps there’s a storm going on.
- Re-imagine the entire scenario. Make sure that the image in your head is clear.
Go to the next page to find out what your answers might say about you. Ready?