I believe the TAT test sums up my desire to achieve, and that I see positive relationships of high importance in my life. These intrinsic motivators of striving for success in both academics and relationships are my top priority and the two things I am most passionate about as they increase competence, autonomy and relatedness. As an advocate for the power of education, and my deep care for others and their potential to succeed, I feel that my personality test results demonstrate reasons for being well suited for the major and career path in
To analyze the assessments – I’m happy with all my results. They all confirm my previous beliefs of myself. The first test I took was the personality test. My results were INFP – which is interesting because I normally ENFP with a side note saying I am also closely considered to be a INFP. This is due to me having Bipolar Disorder. With Bipolar Disorder, there are two moods – Manic and Depressive. If you know about the disorder my two personality types fit perfectly with the moods. In a manic episode I thrive off of social
I believe I am well suited for the role of manager. My career up to this point has been primarily management positions where I have achieved success. As I continue to advance in my graduate work, I have identified several personality traits that have made me a good
Myers and Briggs created a personality test that not only will help people to figure out their personality types, but at the same time it aids in the discovery of which career pathways people should take based on their specific personality traits. Based on the personality trait INFP that was given to me from the Myer-Briggs test I have quite a few career pathways that fit my personality. Some of the career choices suited to my personality is a writer, counselor, teacher/professor, psychologist, psychiatrist, musician, or a religious worker; which seems like a pretty broad selection. Although there is a broad selection of careers that would suit my personality none of which are the career path that I have chosen; which is to become a physical therapist, but if I was not set on a goal some of these career ideas would not seem too bad. While reading the list of jobs suited for my personality I was surprised to see that psychologist was on the list because before I decided to go for physical therapy I wanted to pursue a career in that exact field. As for most of the other fields mentioned above I
The My Plan (2016) assessments is a program that examines your career interest. This is determined by taking several assessments on your personality, interests, skills, and values. Based on my personality report, it indicated my personality type is ESTJ ( extroverted, sensor, thinker and judger). Some words used to describe me based on my personality report are social, patient, thoughtful and in control. On the My Plan (2016) my personal interest top two were investigative and social. My Plan (2016) concluded that I would work well with others and like communicating with others. Ultimately, I would agree that these results are correct and correlate well with the career I am going to pursue as a dental hygienist. Prior to taking the My Plan (2016) assessments I was undecided about wether I wanted to pursue my career as a dental hygienist or a registered nurse. Now I am confident about what I choose to do, because it is something that I have always been interested about and it is something I would actually enjoy doing.
I was interested in what the test would say about me as a person. The test labeled me as an ENTJ. What I understood from the explanation of an ENTJ personality type is that we enjoy a challenge, and will not quit that challenge until it is finished. “My story” relates to this in the sense that my teacher presented me a challenge, to a write a story, once I had accomplished that, I wanted to keep pursuing that challenge until I felt that it was truly finished, once the first grade had ended was when I felt the challenge was finished. It was also stated in the ENTJ description that we have great communication skills. I believe that I used my communication skills and transferred them into my writing. I then read that although ENTJ’s like to be in charge but they need to have support from other people. I think that could also be a reason why Murphy and I had so much success with writing our
After taking a Myers-Briggs assessment my mind has been changed. The very first time I took any kind of personal assessment was my second year of college. I had taken my general education classes and it was time to pick a major. The thing is, what 19 year old know what they want to do for the rest of their lives? None I tell you! So I went to an advisor and was given the test. Many seemingly random questions the results were in; you can be a doctor or lawyer or astronaut they said! The least helpful 45 minutes of my life I gave to that advisor.
Since the beginning, God has called me towards the Nursing field. I believe that the information from my personality test will help me further understand myself and will help me better connect and interact with not only friends and family, but with future patients. I received an ESFJ result which stands for “Extravert, Sensing, Feeling, Judging.” Although I don’t wholly agree with some of the ESFJ results, I can easily relate to the entirety of these results.
You can see below the results of two personality tests I have taken. The results differ due to the questions asked but the personality types are similar. From me personally, I would say that I am more ESTJ than ISTJ, but I have qualities in both of them. I would guess a 60/40 split. What is interesting is that my personality of ESTJ is the complete opposite personality that would be asked of a teacher. ESTJ is the personality of someone with a supervisor position, maybe a dean or principle would be a more appropriate career for me, but that is not what I have a passion for at this time. I will not let this "most forceful" personality test result stop me from my goal of becoming an educator. Instead, I will grow from this and work with my students'
Lisa Livingstone INFJ Introvert(44%) iNtuitive(38%) Feeling(50%) Judging(44%) You have moderate preference of Introversion over Extraversion (44%) You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (38%) You have moderate preference of Feeling over Thinking (50%) You have moderate preference of Judging over Perceiving (44%) I actually took the Jung Typology Test twice on two separate days and I was pleasantly surprised that the results where basically the same both times. I was a little skeptical about this personality test but when I read the description for INFJ I found that most of the information was familiar to me. In the INFJ description it states that we are generally well suited to the “ inspirational” professions such as teaching and religious leadership. I believe that I am a teacher at heart.
I have always had a passion for helping others. I can’t remember a time in my life where seeing my actions allow someone else grow and succeed didn’t bring my heart joy. Due to this deep desire to influence and change other’s lives, I hope to graduate from UTD with
After answering multiple questions for different situations I was able to obtain information about my personality. ENFJ is a very unique and has various skill sets that will allow me as individual to work in multiple roles. Occupations with good interpersonal skills that allow productive collaboration through any working process. Although this personality can be challenging it still has many benefits to help build careers successfully. There are many high rank positions that this particular personality type would be effective in. Some examples are sales, social services, community care, legal and the list goes on. In all of these roles there are a broad range of occupations that would fit perfectly based on the personality type. However, the ultimate focus is to reach their main dreams. Although they may see their selves as helpers or enablers, this creates the challenge.
Individual report How creativity has been applied to a business idea or problem To make a business grow and achieve productive and efficient results you need to invoke creativity which has always been an essential business skill. Since long time creativity has been applied to a business world as companies seek to
Have I ever took a personality test that answer will be no I have not taking one but will like to take one to learn more about what type characteristic shape my personality. I would expect the personality test to show my caring ability, motivation levels and strength ability. Also I would like to test tell me about my social skills as a child I did not have good social skills now as a adult I have better social skills do to self confidence that I lack as a child. My personality has grown since I was a child. A personality test will open many doors to my colorful mind.
I have to admit that I was skeptical in completing the personality profile. I thought, “How could a few questions determine everything about my management style”. When I received my results, I was astonished at how accurately those results portrayed my personality. While deciding which of my personality traits were advantageous and which were detrimental to my management style, I became conflicted as all of my scores can be portrayed as both positive and negative depending on the situation.