16PERSONALITIES (TWO TRIES):

  • Logician (INTP-T)
    • Mind: 1% / 4% Extroverted vs. 99% / 96% Introverted
    • Energy: 73% / 74% Intuitive vs. 27% / 26% Observant
    • Nature: 65% / 72% Thinking vs. 35% / 28% Feeling
    • Tactics: 8% / 33% Judging vs. 92% / 67% Prospecting
    • Identity: 33% / 28% Assertive vs. 67% / 72% Turbulent
  • The Logician personality type is fairly rare, making up only three percent of the population, which is definitely a good thing for them, as there’s nothing they’d be more unhappy about than being “common”. Logicians pride themselves on their inventiveness and creativity, their unique perspective and vigorous intellect. Usually known as the philosopher, the architect, or the dreamy professor, Logicians have been responsible for many scientific discoveries throughout history.

DARK CORE PERSONALITY TEST (FOUR TRIES):

  • Egoism:
    • 70% or 77% or 93% or 83%
    • "Excessive concern with one's own pleasure or advantage at the expense of community well-being."
  • Machiavellianism:
    • 23% or 67% or 97% or 97%
    • "Manipulativeness, callous affect, and a strategic, calculating orientation."
  • Moral Disengagement:
    • 20% or 33% or 43% or 33%
    • "A generalised cognitive orientation that differentiates one's thinking towards unethical behaviour."
  • Narcissism:
    • 13% or 27% or 37% or 47%
    • "An all-consuming drive towards ego-reinforcement and an egotistical interest in, or admiration of, one's self."
  • Entitlement:
    • 0% or 0% or 0% or 0%
    • "A stable and pervasive sense that one deserves and is entitled to more than others."
  • Psychopathy:
    • 3% or 13% or 23% or 53%
    • "Deficits in affect and self-control (i.e. callousness and impulsivity), as well as a lack of remorse, antisocial behaviour, and volatility."
  • Sadism:
    • 0% or 13% or 17% or 20%
    • "A tendency to humiliate others via cruel or demeaning behaviour, or the propensity to intentionally inflict physical, sexual, or psychological pain on others in order to assert power or for pleasure and enjoyment."
  • Self-Interest:
    • 33% or 30% or 57% or 63%
    • "The unprincipled pursuit of gains in socially valued domains, such as material goods, social status, recognition, achievement, and success."
  • Spitefulness:
    • 17% or 27% or 20% or 10%
    • "A tendency to engage in behaviour that would harm others but would also entail harm to oneself."
  • Total Dark Core:
    • 20% or 32% or 43% or 45%
    • "Your total Dark Core factor. Higher scores indicate a darker personality."
  • This makes you 26.89% or 14.89% or 3.89% or 1.89% lighter than the average person.

SELF-KNOWLEDGE QUESTIONNAIRE:

  • RATIONALITY
    • You like clarity and intelligent simplicity and you get frustrated at messy thinking. This can make you seem unreasonably pushy to some, but it is actually a virtue: you are motivated by a horror at pointless effort and a longing for precision and insight into how things and people work. Your ability to synthesise and bring order is essential in producing thinking which is truly helpful.
  • INDEPENDENCE
    • You don’t set out to be different for its own sake; you are more easily guided by what interests and moves you. You are more concerned about what is right for you than about the pressure to fit in. In sex you are more aware than others of impulses which are not entirely conventional. You know the value of selective irresponsibility, of forgetting occasionally about being ‘good’.
  • PLAYFULNESS
    • You are good at seeing what’s funny, at relaxing and finding the pleasure of the moment. Play is random, whimsical, fantasy-driven behaviour which releases internal tension. Because it is detached from some pressures it allows you to act on weirder, perhaps neglected, parts of yourself. The downside is that it is no help in sticking with things that are not much fun but which need to be addressed. So it is well complemented by its opposite, Stoicism.

ARCHETYPES:

  • 48% Intellectual
    • The Intellectual is the ultimate dinner-party guest. Engaging questions and thoughtful debate are their trademarks.
  • 30% Visionary
    • Leave it to others to live by the status quo. The Visionary is interested in new ways of seeing, solutions not yet imagined, products not yet built.
  • 22% Creative
    • The Creative appreciates all beautiful things, in art and daily life. The creative act is essential to who they are.

SHORT PERSONALITY QUIZ:

  • EXTRAVERSION (1.00):
    • You appear to be an introvert -- less socially outgoing and more reserved than most other people. Introverts lack the exuberance, energy, and activity levels of extraverts. They tend to be quiet, low-key, deliberate, and less involved in the social world. Their lack of social involvement should not be interpreted as shyness or depression. Introverts simply need less stimulation than extraverts and more time alone.
  • AGREEABLENESS (4.00):
    • You appear to hold a generally neutral view of humanity and others -- you appear to be somewhat compassionate and cooperative, but also at times suspicious about other people's motivations. While you see the value of getting along with others, you'll speak your mind when you feel like it. You probably hope that most people are honest, but are pragmatic enough to realize many are not.
  • CONSCIENTIOUSNESS (2.50):
    • You have scored lower than many people in conscientiousness, suggesting you may difficulties with self-discipline, acting dutifully, and being able to aim for any kind of achievement. You may generally prefer spontaneous over planned activities or behavior. People who score with low conscientiousness often act impulsively, which may land them into trouble more than once. They may also struggle with success and achievement in school, work, or in their relationships.
  • EMOTIONAL STABILITY (1.50):
    • You have scored quite low in emotional stability and likely tend to experience negative emotions, such as anger, anxiety, or depression frequently. You may be more emotionally reactive and vulnerable to stress than most others. People who score low in emotional stability are more likely to interpret ordinary situations as threatening, and minor frustrations as hopelessly difficult. Their negative emotional reactions tend to persist for unusually long periods of time, which means they are often in a bad mood. These problems in emotional regulation can diminish a person's ability to think clearly, make decisions, and cope effectively with stress.
  • OPENNESS TO EXPERIENCES (1.50):
    • You have scored quite low on your openness to experiences. People with low scores on openness tend to have more conventional and traditional interests. You likely prefer the plain, straightforward, and obvious over the complex, ambiguous, and subtle. People who score low on this trait tend to regard the arts and sciences with suspicion, believing these endeavors of little practical use. Closed people prefer familiarity over novelty, and tend to be more conservative and resistant to change.

41 QUESTIONS, 1 PERSONALITY:

  • Your personality type: "Analytical Thinker"
    • Logical, original, creative thinkers. Can become very excited about theories and ideas. Exceptionally capable and driven to turn theories into clear understandings. Highly value knowledge, competence and logic. Quiet and reserved, hard to get to know well. Individualistic, having no interest in leading or following others. Highly analytical, they can discover connections between two seemingly unrelated things and work best when allowed to use their imagination and critical thinking.
    • Careers that could fit you include: physicists, chemists, biologists, photographers, strategic planners, mathematicians, university professors, computer programmers, computer animators, technical writers, engineers, lawyers, forensic researchers, writers, artists, psychologists, social scientists, systems analysts, researchers, surveyors.
  • 22% Extrovert vs 78% Introvert
    • How much you like to be around people.
    • Extrovert: Preference for the outer world and one’s own action and effect on it.
    • Introvert: Preference for inner self and ideas to understand and protect or nurture it.
  • 56% Sensing vs 44% Intuitive
    • How you process information.
    • Sensing: Gathers information by focusing on facts within information.
    • Intuitive: Gathers information by interpreting patterns, possibilities and meaning from information received.
  • 100% Thinking vs 0% Feeling
    • How you make decisions.
    • Thinking: Decides by using logic, consistency, objective analysis, process-driven conclusions.
    • Feeling: Decides according to what matters to self and others, and personal values.
  • 67% Judging vs 33% Perceiving
    • How you structure your life.
    • Judging: Organises, plans, controls, and decides clear firm actions and responses in dealing with the world - relatively quick to decide.
    • Perceiving: Responds and acts with flexibility, spontaneity, adaptability and understanding in dealing with the world - relatively slow to decide.

ENNEAGRAM TEST:

  • You are most likely a type 5. Taking wings into account, you seem to be a 5w6.
    • Thinkers who tend to withdraw and observe.
    • People of this personality type essentially fear that they don't have enough inner strength to face life, so they tend to withdraw, to retreat into the safety and security of the mind where they can mentally prepare for their emergence into the world. Fives feel comfortable and at home in the realm of thought. They are generally intelligent, well read and thoughtful and they frequently become experts in the areas that capture their interest. While they are sometimes scientifically oriented, especially with the Six wing, just as many Fives are drawn to the humanities and it is not at all uncommon for Fives to have artistic inclinations.
    • Fives are often a bit eccentric; they feel little need to alter their beliefs to accommodate majority opinion, and they refuse to compromise their freedom to think just as they please. The problem for Fives is that while they are comfortable in the realm of thought, they are frequently a good deal less comfortable when it comes to dealing with their emotions, the demands of a relationship, or the need to find a place for themselves in the world. Fives tend to be shy, nonintrusive, independent and reluctant to ask for the help that others might well be happy to extend to them.
    • Fives are sensitive; they don't feel adequately defended against the world. To compensate for their sensitivity, Fives sometimes adopt an attitude of careless indifference or intellectual arrogance, which has the unfortunate consequence of creating distance between themselves and others. Trying to bridge the distance can be difficult for Fives, as they are seldom comfortable with their social skills, but when they do manage it, they are often devoted friends and life long companions.
    • Fives are usually somewhat restrained when it comes to emotional expression, but they often have stronger feelings than they let on. Few people know what is going on beneath the surface, as Fives have an often exaggerrated need for privacy and a deep seated fear of intrusion. Because of their sensitivity and their fears of inadequacy, Fives fear being overwhelmed, either by the demands of others or by the strength of their own emotions. They sometimes deal with this by developing a minimalistic lifestyle in which they make few demands on others in exchange for few demands being made on them. Other Fives make their peace with the messiness of life and engage it more fully, but they almost always retain their fears that life is somehow going to demand more of them than they can deliver.
    • Fives, especially with the Four wing, sometimes mistype themselves as Fours. Such Fives recognize that they have strong emotions and don't identify with the often extremely cerebral portrait of type Five. But, Fives, unlike Fours, always retain some degree of discomfort when it comes to the expression of their emotional states. However much facility they may gain with it, the language of emotion is not their native tongue.

ENNEAGRAM TEST WITH INSTINCTUAL VARIANT:

  • You are most likely a type 5 (the Investigator) with 5w6 wing.
  • Self-preservation variant
    • People of the self-preservation variant are generally trying to be comfortable and independent. Their well-being is very important to them, so they pay much attention to their health, house and financial position. They are less interested in interpersonal contact, and are typically less spontaneous and don't show as much emotion as people of the other two subtypes of their enneagram type.
  • Type 5 sp
  • Type 6 sp
  • Type 9 so
  • Type 4 so
  • Type 1 sp
  • Type 7 sp
  • Type 2 sp
  • Type 8 sp
  • Type 3 sx

POTTERMORE SORTING QUIZ (ALL POSSIBLE QUESTIONS):

  • Your result: 86% Slytherin
    • Also: 65% Ravenclaw, 31% Hufflepuff, 28% Gryffindor
  • My answers:
  • Which of the following would you most hate people to call you?
    • Ignorant.
  • After you have died, what would you most like people to do when they hear your name?
    • Think with admiration of your achievements.
  • Given the choice, would you rather invent a potion that would guarantee you:
    • Wisdom.
  • How would you like to be known to history?
    • The Great.
  • You enter an enchanted garden. What would you be most curious to examine first?
    • The bubbling pool, in the depths of which something luminous is swirling.
  • What kind of instrument most pleases your ear?
    • Violin.
  • Four boxes are placed before you. Which would you try and open?
    • The ornate golden casket, standing on clawed feet, whose inscription warns that both secret knowledge and unbearable temptation lie within.
  • Four goblets are placed before you. Which would you choose to drink?
    • The mysterious black liquid that gleams like ink, and gives off fumes that make you see strange visions.
  • Once every century, the Flutterby bush produces flowers that adapt their scent to attract the unwary. If it lured you, it would smell of:
    • The sea.
  • A troll has gone berserk in the Headmaster's study at Hogwarts. It is about to smash, crush and tear several irreplaceable items and treasures, including a cure for dragon pox, which the Headmaster has nearly perfected; student records going back 1000 years and a mysterious handwritten book full of strange runes, believed to have belonged to Merlin. In which order would you rescue these objects from the troll's club, if you could? (Select Order)
    • 1) Merlin's Book. 2) Dragon Pox Cure. 3) Student's Records.
  • Which would you rather be?
    • Praised.
  • Which of the following do you find most difficult to deal with?
    • Cold.
  • What are you most looking forward to learning at Hogwarts?
    • Every area of magic that I can.
  • If you could have any power, which would you choose?
    • The power to change your appearance at will.
  • Which of the following would you most like to study?
    • Vampires.
  • One of your house mates has cheated in a Hogwarts exam by using a Self-Spelling Quill. Now he has come top of the class in Charms, beating you into second place. Professor Flitwick is suspicious of what happened. He draws you to one side after his lesson and asks you whether or not your classmate used a forbidden quill. What do you do?
    • Tell Professor Flitwick that he ought to ask your classmate (and resolve to tell your classmate that if he doesn't tell the truth, you will).
  • You and two friends need to cross a bridge guarded by a river troll who insists on fighting one of you before he will let all of you pass. You:
    • Attempt to confuse the troll into letting all three of you pass without fighting.
  • Which road tempts you most?
    • The narrow, dark, lantern-lit alley.
  • Which nightmare would frighten you most?
    • Standing on top of something very high and realizing suddenly that there are no hand- or footholds, nor any barrier to stop you falling.
  • Late at night, walking alone down the street, you hear a peculiar cry that you believe to have a magical source. You:
    • Withdraw into the shadows to await developments, while mentally reviewing the most appropriate defensive and offensive spells, should trouble occur.
  • A Muggle confronts you and says that they are sure you are a witch or wizard. Do you:
    • Tell them that you are worried about their mental health, and offer to call a doctor.
  • Dawn or Dusk?
    • Dusk.
  • Moon or Stars?
    • Stars.
  • Forest or River?
    • River.
  • Black or White?
    • Black.
  • Heads or Tails?
    • Tails.
  • Left or Right?
    • Right.

SANITY SCORE QUIZ:

  • Your Sanity Score is 148
  • Based upon your answers, you appear to be experiencing some distress at the moment -- your overall mental health is affected by this distress. People with similar scores tend to experience more difficulty in coping with life, and may feel like they need more help than they're currently getting. Because of this, your mental health could likely use a little boost. If you have been feeling this way for longer than 2 weeks' time, people similar to you have sought out professional care from a mental health professional, such as a psychologist, psychotherapist or psychiatrist.
  • (The Sanity Score is based upon a scientific algorithm with scores ranging from 0 - 288.)
  • Your specific subscores are below (subscales range from 0 - 100). Under the graph of subscores, you will find additional information regarding the meaning of any significant scores or areas that may be of concern.
    • General Coping: 93
    • Life Events: 16
    • Depression: 75
    • Anxiety: 99
    • Phobias: 58
    • Self-Esteem: 100
    • Eating Disorders: 45
    • Schizophrenia: 5
    • Dissociation: 92
    • Mania: 70
    • Sexual Issues: 0
    • Relationship Issues: 0
    • Alcohol: 33
    • Drugs: 0
    • Physical Issues: 17
    • Smoking Issues: 0
    • Gambling Issues: 0
    • Technology Issues: 63
    • Obsessions/Compulsions: 94
    • Post-Traumatic Stress: 67
    • Borderline Traits: 50
  • General Coping:
    • People with similar scores as yours tend to feel overwhelmed by life or specific things in life right now. You appear to express a great degree of unhappiness with life right now, which strongly suggests a change would be helpful, such as seeking out professional help or talking to a doctor about your concerns.
  • Depression:
    • People with scores similar to yours are typically suffering from a moderate to severe depressive episode. This is also known as clinical depression or just plain depression. People who have answered similarly to you typically qualify for a diagnosis of major depression and have sought professional treatment for this disorder.
    • You should not take this as a diagnosis of any sort, or a recommendation for treatment. However, if would be advisable and likely beneficial for you to seek further diagnosis from a trained mental health professional soon to rule out a possible depressive disorder.
  • Anxiety:
    • People with scores similar to yours may be suffering from moderate to high anxiety, symptoms that might typically qualify a person for the diagnosis of an anxiety disorder. Sometimes people who feel such anxiety symptoms don't realize that their body may be trying to tell them something. Look for patterns in your behavior, such as when and what circumstances under which you experience the symptoms you've described. For example, if it occurs prior to public speaking and your job requires a lot of presentations you may want to find ways to calm yourself before speaking or let others do some of the presentations.
    • You should not take this as a diagnosis of any sort, or a recommendation for treatment. However, if would be advisable and likely beneficial for you to seek further diagnosis from a trained mental health professional soon to rule out a possible anxiety disorder.
    • The most common anxiety disorders diagnosed are either panic disorder or generalized anxiety disorder.
  • Phobias:
    • People with scores similar to yours typically are diagnosed with a simple or specific phobia, which is an irrational fear of certain objects or situations, such as being afraid of heights, snakes, or enclosed spaces. Generally most people with this kind of concern simply avoid the object or situation. If it is of serious concern, often people with similar scores will seek out professional help to cure the person of the irrational fear. Such therapy usually only takes a dozen or so sessions, and in some cases much less.
  • Self-Esteem:
    • People with scores similar to yours express some major concerns with their self-esteem. Self-esteem is most often the product of our upbringing and personalities. It is something that a self-help book or psychotherapist can help a person learn to readily improve in even just a few sessions.
  • Eating Disorders:
    • People with scores similar to yours often have a trait or two associated with an eating disorder, such as anorexia or bulimia. Eating disorders occur due to poor self-image and self-esteem, often as a result of childhood experiences. People with scores similar to yours often go through life with a somewhat unhealthy attitude and approach to eating, but aren't bothered by it enough to seek professional assistance for it. If it is causing you concern, however, you should consider talking to a therapist who specializes in eating disorders.
  • Dissociation:
    • People with scores similar to yours may have something called dissociation or a dissociative identity disorder. Dissociation is a mental process, which produces a lack of connection in a person's thoughts, memories, feelings, actions, or sense of identity. During the period of time when a person is dissociating, certain information is not associated with other information as it normally would be. For example, during a traumatic experience, a person may dissociate the memory of the place and circumstances of the trauma from his ongoing memory, resulting in a temporary mental escape from the fear and pain of the trauma and, in some cases, a memory gap surrounding the experience. You can learn more about dissociative disorders here.
    • People with this sort of issue often seek out professional treatment for their concern from a therapist with experience in treating dissociation.
  • Mania & Bipolar Disorder:
    • People with scores similar to yours often complain of symptoms commonly associated with bipolar disorder (also known as manic-depression). Bipolar disorder is characterized by a swing in moods from depression to mania (having racing thoughts, an excess of energy, inability to maintain attention, etc.). Bipolar disorder at this level can seriously interfere with a person's normal, everyday life and impair functioning in social relationships, work, school, and other areas of one's life. You can learn more about the symptoms and types of bipolar disorder here.
    • People who report similar levels of bipolar symptoms often benefit from professional treatment for their concern through a combination of psychotherapy and medication.
  • Alcohol/Drug Issues:
    • People with scores similar to yours often have an ongoing but moderate problem with either alcohol or drugs. People often believe the problem is "under control," but whether it actually is or not really depends on specific factors in your life. If others in your life have talked to you about your alcohol or drug use, and you still have not reduced it, that may be an indication of a more serious issue that you should seek help for.
  • Technology Issues:
    • People with scores similar to yours often complain about having difficulty controlling their time or use of the Internet and other technologies. People with this sort of problem often identify it as being "addicted to the Internet." Some therapists may be able to help you with this issue and reduce your Internet use or use of other technologies so that it interferes less with important relationships in your life, such as those with your friends, family, or significant other.
  • Obsessions & Compulsions:
    • People with scores similar to yours often have an obsessive-compulsive disorder. You can view symptoms and treatment options for this disorder. This is not a diagnosis, or a recommendation for treatment. However, it would be advisable and likely beneficial for you to seek a professional diagnosis from a trained mental health professional in your community at your earliest convenience.
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD):
    • People with scores similar to yours often have traits associated with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a disorder characterized by reliving a suffered trauma through flashbacks, nightmares or other recollections of the event. This is a serious concern that often requires professional treatment. If you suspect you may have PTSD as a result of a childhood trauma, you may also want to take our PTSD for child injury quiz.
  • Borderline Traits:
    • People with scores similar to yours sometimes have a trait or two that is commonly associated with borderline personality disorder. Generally people with such traits do not seek out or need additional mental health treatment, but it is good knowledge to have.
  • Recommendations:
    • Attention! You have 10 serious concerns that we've identified. Generally such concerns should be checked out with a mental health professional as soon as you can. You can find a mental health professional within your local community through your insurance provider or through an online therapist directory. Get help immediately if these concerns are overwhelming or you feel your health or safety is at risk.
    • You have 3 milder concerns that we've identified. Such concerns may be a part of an ordinary person's usual up's and down's in life. However, if any of these issues cause you worry or concern, please consult with your physician or a mental health professional for further information.
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