Free personality test

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You find it easy to introduce yourself to other people.
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A logical decision is usually the best, even when it hurts someone’s feelings.
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You try to respond to your e-mails as soon as possible and cannot stand a messy inbox.
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You don’t usually initiate conversations.
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You find it easy to stay relaxed and focused even when there is some pressure.
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You often get so lost in thoughts that you ignore or forget your surroundings.
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Deadlines do not stress you out.
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Being adaptable is more important to you than being organized.
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Caring for others makes you feel really happy.
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Your home and work environments are quite tidy.
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You often feel as if you have to justify yourself to other people.
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You like to leave matters undecided for as long as possible as there may be better options down the road.
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You do not mind being at the center of attention.
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You would rather call yourself pragmatic than visionary.
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You rarely get mood swings.
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Your travel plans are usually well thought out.
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You would rather prepare a written report than give a presentation.
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Your mood can change very quickly.
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You are more of a natural improviser than a careful planner.
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Generally, you appreciate others’ effort even when they fail to show good results.
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Your work style is closer to random energy spikes than to a methodical and organized approach.
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You are often envious of others.
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An interesting book or a video game is often better than a social event.
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Being able to develop a plan and stick to it is the most important part of every project.
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Ideas are often more important than real things.
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When someone is in trouble, you usually start by offering emotional support rather than practical solutions.
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If someone does not respond to your e-mail quickly, you start worrying if you said something wrong.
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You enjoy intellectual discussions even when they lead to arguments.
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You are highly affected by other people’s distress.
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Your dreams tend to be vivid and focus on a fictional world.
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It does not take you much time to start getting involved in social activities at your new workplace.
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You are better at implementing than innovating.
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It is easy to irritate you.
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You worry too much about what other people think.
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You often spend time exploring unrealistic and impractical yet intriguing ideas.
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You do not mind being criticized, even harshly, if the arguments make sense.
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When solving problems, you look for tried and tested methods instead of experimenting with novel ideas.
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You would rather improvise than spend time coming up with a detailed plan.
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You often spend more time reflecting on things than actually doing them.
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You believe that moral positions are often more important than what makes logical sense.
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Keeping your options open is more important than having a to-do list.
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You would rather work in a team than alone.
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You rarely feel insecure.
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You have no difficulties coming up with a personal timetable and sticking to it.
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Being efficient is more important than being cooperative when it comes to teamwork.
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When making plans, you often get lost in possibilities and forget what is realistic.
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You feel more energetic after spending time with a group of people.
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When making a decision affecting other people, you would rather be seen as illogical than as unsympathetic.
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You see yourself as very emotionally stable.
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You cannot stand chaos.
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You are more traditional than unconventional.
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You don’t usually feel comfortable talking in front of many people.
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Expressing your feelings and emotions is important to you.
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You are a relatively reserved and quiet person.
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If the room is full, you stay closer to the walls, avoiding the center.
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Politically, you are more conservative than liberal.
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You feel very anxious in stressful situations.
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You focus on the possibilities rather than the realities.
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You think that there is little point in being empathic in a professional environment.
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You often take initiative in social situations.
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