Why do you feel the way you do? Why do you act the way you do? These are part of the questions to be discovered when learning about your five personality traits. They include:
- Openness: lack of secrecy or concealment; frankness
- Conscientiousness: reflects the tendency to be responsible, organized, hard-working, goal-directed, and to adhere to norms and rules.
- Extraversion: indicates how outgoing and social a person is. A person who scores high in extraversion on a personality test is the life of the party. They enjoy being with people, participating in social gatherings, and are full of energy
- Agreeableness: A person with a high level of agreeableness in a personality test is usually warm, friendly, and tactful. They generally have an optimistic view of human nature and get along well with others.
- Neuroticism: typically defined as a tendency toward anxiety, depression, self-doubt, and other negative feelings; sometimes described as low emotional stability or negative emotionality.