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Thread: Yet Another Personality Test

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    Question Yet Another Personality Test

    I found this test quite accurate (originally posted by Agrippa on Stirpes):

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbo...ke/index.shtml

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    Your answers suggest you are a Realist

    The four aspects that make up this personality type are:



    Summary of Realists



    • Loyal and steady workers who meet deadlines
    • Believe in established rules and respect facts
    • Think of themselves as mature, stable and conscientious
    • May appear too logical or tough-minded and forget their impact on other people
    More about Realists

    Realists are loyal to the people around them and work hard to keep their promises. They are honest and straightforward with others and expect the same in return. Realists believe in standard procedures and will only support change when there is a demonstrable benefit.


    Realists are the most common personality type in the UK, according to a nationwide survey.

    Realists respect factual information, which they store up to use when making decisions. This group likes to have time to think quietly and carefully before taking action.

    These extremely productive people like to be occupied in their leisure time with pursuits such as craftwork, hiking or reading.

    In situations where they can't use their talents or are unappreciated, Realists may become obsessed with schedules, critical of others or have trouble trusting other people to get the job done properly. Under extreme stress, Realists may complain loudly that events have taken a turn for the worse and predict negative outcomes.

    Realists typically only share their opinions or personal experiences with trusted friends.

    Realist Careers

    Realists are attracted to jobs where decision making based on factual knowledge and experience is required.
    Tolerance is a proof of distrust in one's own ideals. Friedrich Nietzsche


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    I am an Idealist
    Summary of Idealists:

    Make sense of the world using inner values

    Focus on personal growth and the growth of others

    Think of themselves as bright, forgiving and curious

    May sometimes appear stubborn eyes:
    Yep... that's about right. :laugh:
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    Without asking, or warning, she snatches us up into her circling dance, and whirls us on until we are tired, and drop from her arms." - Goethe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zyklop
    I found this test quite accurate (originally posted by Agrippa on Stirpes):

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbo...ke/index.shtml
    I remember taking the test there and having very similar results to you..right? 0:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blood Axis
    I remember taking the test there and having very similar results to you..right?
    Well, it seems you had the complete opposite

    http://forum.stirpes.net/showpost.ph...2&postcount=16

    Your answers suggest you are an Innovator

    The four aspects that make up this personality type are:


    Tolerance is a proof of distrust in one's own ideals. Friedrich Nietzsche


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    Your answers suggest you are a Mastermind
    The four aspects that make up this personality type are:




    Summary of Masterminds
    Visionaries who put energy into achieving their goals
    Prefer to work independently and dislike inefficiency
    Think of themselves as logical, thorough, and bright
    Values practicality and common sense above ideas and theories
    More about Masterminds
    Masterminds create a vision for the future by gathering and organising information. They then develop strategies to achieve their goals. They have a rare gift for looking at almost anything and seeing how it can be improved. These skills and the Masterminds' high standards often allow them to reach leadership positions at work.


    Mastermind is the least common personality type in the UK, according to a nationwide survey.
    Masterminds value independence and prefer to work on their own. Once they have decided on a course of action, Masterminds rarely change their minds, although they can be persuaded by clear reasoning by someone they respect.

    In situations where they can't use their talents or are unappreciated, Masterminds may cut themselves off from a group and criticize people who don't understand their plans. Under extreme stress, Masterminds may overindulge in sensory experiences like eating, shopping or watching television.

    Masterminds often have an unusual sense of humour, which arises from their ability to spot surprising links between seemingly unconnected facts.

    Mastermind Careers
    Masterminds are drawn to jobs requiring logical analysis or abstract thinking common in science or technical fields.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zyklop
    Well, it seems you had the complete opposite

    http://forum.stirpes.net/showpost.ph...2&postcount=16
    Oh, well...I remember having the same results as someone else did.. lol

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    Your answers suggest you are an Idealist

    The four aspects that make up this personality type are:


    Summary of Idealists

    * Make sense of the world using inner values
    * Focus on personal growth and the growth of others
    * Think of themselves as bright, forgiving and curious
    * May sometimes appear stubborn

    More about Idealists

    Idealists put time and energy into developing personal values that they use as a guide through life. They may seek fulfilment by helping others improve themselves and often want to make the world a better place. Idealists only share their inner values with people they respect.

    Idealists are the most likely group to say they are vegetarian, according to a UK survey.

    Idealists enjoy discussions about a wide range of topics, particularly those that deal with the future. They are typically easy-going and flexible, but if their values are challenged they may refuse to compromise.

    In situations where they can’t use their talents or are unappreciated, Idealists may have trouble expressing themselves and withdraw. Under extreme stress, Idealists may become very critical of others, or lose confidence in their own ability to cope.

    Recognition for their work is important to Idealists; however, they are also good at spotting false praise.
    Idealist Careers

    Idealists are often drawn to jobs where they can help people reach their potential. They are also attracted to careers that allow artistic creativity.
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    Strategists

    The four aspects that make up this personality type are:
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    Summary of Strategists

    * Quiet, easy-going and intellectually curious
    * Use logical, objective thinking to find original solutions to problems
    * Think of themselves as bright, logical and individualistic
    * May forget practical issues, such as paying bills or doing the shopping

    More about Strategists

    Strategists are quiet people who like to get to the heart of tough problems on their own and come up with innovative solutions. They analyse situations with a sceptical eye and develop ways of measuring everything, including themselves.

    Strategists are generally easy-going. They are intellectually curious and enjoy abstract ideas. Sometimes they like thinking of a solution to a problem more than taking practical steps to solve it.

    In situations where they can't use their talents, are unappreciated, or not taken seriously, Strategists may become negatively critical or sarcastic. Under extreme stress, Strategists could be prone to inappropriate, tearful or angry outbursts.

    Strategists may be insensitive to the emotional needs of others or how their behaviour impacts the people around them.

    Strategist Careers

    Strategists are often drawn to technical or scientific careers, where specialist knowledge is required. They also seem to enjoy jobs that involve long-term planning, abstract thinking or design.

    Hmm... lets just say that some parts were more accurate than others.

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    Strategist..
    I also got 16 out of 20 right in discerning fake and true smiles.
    We are the Multikultis. You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanngnjóstur
    Strategist..
    I also got 16 out of 20 right in discerning fake and true smiles.
    I got 18 correct :white_gb:

    Very interesting test... I am lazy today so I don't start a new thread about it:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbo...urveys/smiles/

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