Personality tests are funny. Results from a short “Global 5/SLOAN”

Personality tests are funny. Results from a short “Global 5/SLOAN”
“Your Primary type is Inquisitive”
Extroversion results were low which suggests you are very reclusive, quiet, unassertive, and private.
Orderliness results were low which suggests you are overly flexible, random, scattered, and fun seeking at the expense too often of structure, reliability, work ethic, and long term accomplishment.
Emotional Stability results were low which suggests you are very worrying, insecure, emotional, and anxious.
Accommodation results were moderately high which suggests you are, at times, overly kind natured, trusting, and helpful at the expense of your own individual development (martyr complex).
Inquisitiveness results were high which suggests you are very intellectual, curious, imaginative but possibly not very practical.
Your Global5/SLOAN type is RLUAI
Your Primary type is Inquisitive
moody, not good at sports, low energy level, unable to speak up for self, avoidant, depressed, withdrawn, attracted to things associated with sadness, easily frightened, feels defective, lonely, no self confidence, easily discouraged, avoids crowds, backs down when threatened, easily intimidated, socially unskilled, loner, unproductive, late with work, prone to health problems, focuses on fantasies more than reality, self loathing, wounded at the core, easily hurt, often sad, becomes overwhelmed by events, fearful, rarely prepared, fears doing the wrong thing, often aware how the color and lighting of a room affects their mood, feels untalented, quiet around strangers, prone to addiction, doubting, anxious, easily confused, frequently overwhelmed by unpleasant feelings, weak sense of purpose, relates to broken and discarded things, unsure where life is going, continually losing things, fears drawing attention to self, avoids unnecessary interaction, often bored, second guesses self, embarrassed by praise, worrying, resigned, prone to jealousy
favored careers:
philosophy professor, novelist, poet, philosopher, bookseller, author, bookstore owner, freelance artist, professor of english, freelance writer, museum curator, playwright, anthropologist, art historian, artist, research scientist, archeologist, egyptologist, researcher, art curator, songwriter, comic book artist, screenwriter, composer, book editor, musician, scholar, historian, theologian, research psychologist, school psychologist, library assistant, part of non profit sector, paleontologist, cartoonist, astronomer, painter, english teacher, theatre technician, illustrator, environmentalist, music therapist, publisher, psychotherapist, history professor, ecologist, psychoanalyst, curator, clinical psychologist, psychologist, video game designer, wildlife biologist, scientist, art teacher, photo journalist, activist, drummer, librarian, cinematographer, music journalist, graphic artist, travel writer, filmmaker, music educator, child psychologist, marine biologist, editor, art director, zoologist, art education, research assistant, botanist, professional college student, forensic anthropologist
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