Self Interpretation of Psychological Tests
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Loyola Marymount University
Strong Interest Inventory
According to the Strong Interest Inventory, my top three occupational themes are Social, Artistic, and Investigative. This suggests that I might enjoy working in a career that allowed me to help or instruct others, to demonstrate my artistic abilities, and to do research. According to the basic interest scales, the Strong also suggests that I would enjoy the following activities: helping people, cooking or entertaining, helping people in a medical setting, performing music or drama, and instructing young people. In addition, my occupational scales suggest that I have similar interests with others in the following careers: speech pathologist, social worker, audiologist, and nurse.
According to the NEO, I scored high under the Extroversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Openness to Experience categories. I scored low under the Neuroticism category. Under the Extroversion facets, I scored the highest in friendliness and gregariousness, and scored the lowest in assertiveness. Under the Agreeableness facets, I scored the highest in cooperation, altruism, and sympathy, and scored the lowest in trust. Under the Conscientiousness facets, I scored the highest in orderliness, self-discipline, cautiousness, and achievement-striving, and scored the lowest in dutifulness. Under the Neuroticism facets, I scored the highest in anxiety, and scored lowest in anger. Under the Openness to Experience facets, 1 scored the highest in liberalism, and scored the lowest in imagination. As seen in the self-ratings report, I was also able to predict my scores on the NEO.
According to the emotional intelligence test, I scored a 140. This indicates that I have an above average emotional IQ.
Keirsey Temperament Test
According to this test, I am an idealist. This suggests the following: I am concerned with personal development as well as the growth of others, I strive to discover who I am and how I can become the best, I strive for self-knowledge and self-improvement, I want to help others, and I enjoy working with others. Transferable Skills Survey
According to the Transferable Skills Survey, I scored a 91% in research and planning, an 89% in human relations, an 86% in work survival, a 75% in organization, management, and leadership, and a 71% in communication.
Authentic Happiness Scale
According to this test, I have a general happiness score of 6 out of a possible 7. This suggests that I am “happier” than most of the people who have taken this test, including female respondents, people in my age group, people in college, and people living in my zip code.
Rokeach Values Survey
In this test, I ranked happiness, true friendship, and a comfortable life as my three
most important terminal values. I ranked capable, independent, and intellectual as my three most important instrumental values.
The Flirtatious Test
According to this test, I scored a 35 out of a 100 in flirtatiousness. This suggests that I have been known to flirt on occasion, but I do not flirt too much.
The Right Job, Wrong Job Test
According to this test, the right job for me will allow me to be creative and analytical. This suggests that I am able to “think outside the box” when it comes to problem-solving.
The True Talent Test
According to this test, my true talent is spatial ability. This means that I can visualize objects in three-dimensional space. This talent allows me to be better at imagining different designs in three-dimension. This talent also suggests that I am good at “putting things together.”
The Drama Queen Test
According to this test, I scored a 25 out of a 100 in being a drama queen. This indicates that I am “cool as a cucumber.” During “touchy” situations, I am able to take a level-headed approach.
The Political Compass
According to this test, I scored a -1.62 on the economic dimension and a -4.31 on the social dimension. This suggests that I have leftist views in economics and liberal views in socialism. Overall, my political views are similar to the Dalai Lama. Personal Strengths
As seen through the various tests, I think my personal strengths are evident in my
social skills. According to IPIP-NEO results, I scored high on extraversion,
agreeableness, conscientiousness, and openness to experience. These are all important factors in social skills. In addition, I scored highest in friendliness under the extraversion facets. My high emotional intelligence also suggests that I have good social skills. According to the Emotional IQ test, a person with high emotional intelligence is able to read other people’s emotions and handle feelings in relationships with harmony. These are important characteristics in social skills. As seen in my temperament test, being an idealist also suggests that I enjoy being with others, and I am very concerned in the growth of others.
According to the Strong Interest Inventory, I would enjoy a career that would allow me to help others, to demonstrate my artistic abilities, and do research. In addition. my transferable skills show that I scored high in research and planning, as well as human relations. My Right Job, Wrong Job test also suggests that my perfect job would allow me to be creative and analytical. These tests seem to suggest that my career should allow me to work with or help others. This correlates with other tests, such as the NEO and the Emotional Intelligence Test, which show that I am social and am able to interact with others well.
According to my emotional intelligence, I am able to read other people’s emotions and handle feelings in relationships with harmony. This suggests that I can manage my relationships fairly well. In addition, my NEO results indicate that I am friendly and gregarious, as seen in the extraversion facets. I also scored high on
agreeableness and conscientiousness, which are important in developing relationships. My Drama Queen Test also suggests that I am “cool as a cucumber,” which suggests that I am overall level-headed during heated moments.