The Great Personality Test – 16 Traits Myers-Briggs

List of Questions and Answers from the Test with no scoring system. Take the full version of the Test to get your personalized and detailed profile as well as a certificate of participation via email.


It differs from all other tests because it offers complex answers and not a quantitative scale (a little, enough, a lot etc.)


Personality trait under examination: Sociability
The two extremes are: unsociability and expansiveness.

Personality trait under examination: Rationality
The two extremes are: irrationality and rationality.

Personality trait under examination: Emotionality
The two extremes are: impulsiveness and self-control.

Personality trait under examination: Perfectionism
The two extremes are: carelessness and fussiness.

Personality trait under examination: Liveliness
The two extremes are: laziness and dynamism.

Personality trait under examination: Extroversion
The two extremes are: introversion and extroversion.

Personality trait under examination: Conscientiousness
The two extremes are: recklessness and judiciousness.

Personality trait under examination: Sensitivity
The two extremes are: insensitivity and sensitivity.

Personality trait under examination: Tolerance
The two extremes are: strictness and indulgence.

Personality trait under examination: Creativity
The two extremes are: conventionality and originality.

Personality trait under examination: Sagacity
The two extremes are: naivety and shrewdness.

Personality trait under examination: Self-confidence
The two extremes are: insecurity and self-confidence.

Personality trait under examination: Autonomy
The two extremes are: obedience and self-determination.

Personality trait under examination: Spirituality
The two extremes are: materialism and spirituality.

Personality trait under examination: Irony
The two extremes are: seriousness and childishness.

Personality trait under examination: Selfishness
The two extremes are: egocentrism and altruism.

Read all answers carefully before choosing



1 – Do you like meeting new people?
No, it makes me very uncomfortable
Not always: it depends on the moment
Quite a lot, generally speaking
A lot, especially when I go out in the company of others
Very much: also when I am out alone

2 – By chance you meet someone you have not seen in years and that person invites you to an unfamiliar club that evening. What do you do?
I try to end the conversation and leave
I let them talk knowing already that I will decline the invitation
I enquire about the club and the other guests, but I decide later
The invitation pleases me, I want to go, but I have to find someone to go with me
Great, I am looking forward to it!

3 – Do you ever feel the desire to spend time alone?
Often, I love solitude
Sometimes, when I feel the need
Rarely, I am generally better in company
No: if it happens, it is not by my own will
No, never: I am much better in the company of others

4 – How many friends do you think you have?
One or two
At least three or four
About ten
A lot, I do not know exactly how many



5 – You are presented with an unexpected danger that could cause you serious harm if you do not react quickly. What is your first reaction?
I panic and start screaming
Fright stops me, but I still try to react instinctively
I am bewildered for a moment, then I quickly think about how to react
I react immediately in a mechanical manner without being frightened
I quickly try to understand the situation and in the meantime I attempt a reaction

6 – After arguing with someone, perhaps for trivial reasons, what do you think?
I think I am right and I expect an apology
I think maybe we both went too far, but I stand my ground
I think we should get over it, it was not that big a deal after all
I wonder if it was worth it and if we should make peace instead
I reflect on my behaviour lucidly and then I try to clarify with the other person

7 – A doubt arises in your mind about something you may have done negligently. What is your first reaction?
I distract myself with something to take my mind off it
I try to chase the doubt away, even though it then returns
I stop for a moment to think and tell myself that everything is fine
I mentally review the situation and see if I have done something wrong
I review everything in every detail until I find the problem

8 – You are discussing with someone about a topic that is important to you, but the other person expresses superficial and debasing ideas about it. How do you react?
I get angry and interrupt them by raising my voice
I feel some discomfort and interrupt them to explain my reasons
I feel bad about it, but I wait for them to finish speaking and then say my piece
I feel some disappointment, but I let them talk
I keep calm and avoid lowering myself to their level



9 – Someone makes a questionable joke about you believing that they are not heard. How do you react?
I do not feel touched by that person’s words
I feel a little annoyed but I let it go
I feel bad about it and think of a possible revenge in the future
I get annoyed and as soon as possible I go and talk to the rude person
I get angry and confront the rude person immediately

10 – You are in the checkout line when someone walks past you pretending not to be noticed. What is your first reaction?
I do not worry about it because it is not worth it
I look at them inquisitively for a few moments and then let it go
I point out that they have stepped out of line and I beg them to go back
I give them a look of contempt and if they do not go back, I say something to them
I shout at them to go back (deepl mi dava return to his seat, io preferisco go back, l’ho messo in ogni frase)

11 – Do you ever feel that your (negative) mood affects your actions?
Not at all: my mood is stable and it does not cause me any problems
Very little: it only affects when I am really sick, but I still manage not to think about it
Somewhat: it sometimes makes things more complicated, but the result does not change
Yes: it affects me and makes me less productive, but without upsetting the outcome
Very much: it heavily affects what I do to the point of stopping me completely

12 – Bad weather is a real party pooper. Do you agree with it?
Not at all: rain does not scare me, and anyway it has its charm
Not much: you can always do something else or put it off
Yes and No: it can annoy, but it is not the end of the world
Somewhat: it annoys me and messes up my plans
Completely: it puts me in a bad mood and causes me anxiety

13 – Do you easily empathise when you watch a movie?
Very much: I cry and laugh out loud
A lot, but it also depends on the characters
Quite a lot, especially in particular roles
A little, with rare exceptions
Not at all: a movie is a movie



14 – You experiment with a new activity and find that it is more difficult than expected. What do you do about it?
I give up: I do not like complicated things
I continue as I can; no one is perfect after all
I ask myself how I can improve, but without losing too much energy on it
I analyze the situation better, ask for advice and try again
It becomes a matter of principle, I practice and try again until I get it right

15 – Evening comes, you mentally review what you have done during the day and realize you have overlooked things. What is your first thought?
What is done is done, nobody is going to die
It is not irreparable, I will think about it tomorrow
Damn, something needs to be done, I will fix it in the morning
I have a duty to fix it, I will do it before I go to sleep
I must fix it immediately

16 – Reprocessing the past helps you understand your mistakes to improve in the present. Do you agree?
Not at all: better not to dredge up the past
A little: we all make mistakes, but going over them too often does not help
Somewhat: understanding certain past mistakes can prevent us from repeating them
A lot: getting better is essential and the past is a teacher
Completely: life is a process of continuous refinement

17 – Speaking generally, do you ever get the impression that people put little effort and precision into their work?
No, never: there is a lot of professionalism
Rarely: in most cases people work well
Sometimes: there are competent people and others who are negligent
Fairly often: working seriously is not for everyone
Very often: in fact, I prefer to do my own work, when I can



18 – Is it better to take the stairs or the elevator?
Always the elevator
The stairs only for one floor, otherwise the elevator
The stairs, except when I really do not feel like it
The stairs at least up to the third floor
Always the stairs

19 – You are given a task without specifying when you have to finish it. What is your approach?
I will think about it another time since it is not urgent
I will take care of it when I have time
I will take care of it by evening if possible
I will finish what I am doing and then I take care of it
I will take care of it right away and I think no more about it

20 – When reading a sentence within a book, you encounter a term you do not know the meaning of. What do you do?
Nothing in particular, I keep reading if I feel like it
I wonder what it might mean, then resume reading
I read a little more and then go to look up its meaning
I finish the sentence and then go looking for its meaning
I stop reading right away, look up the meaning, then reread the sentence

21 – Which of the following activities relaxes you the most?
Lounging on the couch
Watching a good movie
Cooking or fixing something
A long walk



22 – From the following situations, choose the one that gives you the most positive feeling:
A walk in nature away from people and noise
A dinner at home among close friends
Being sought out and considered by friends and acquaintances
Meeting new people when I go out
Being the center of attention at a party or gathering

23 – When you have doubts or curiosities, you prefer to:
Reflect on it on your own and inquire independently
Inquire on your own and ask the people closest to you
Ask friends and relatives, and possibly do some research
Share them with relatives and acquaintances right away
Share them immediately with as many people as possible, even strangers

24 – Spending a lot of time around people and movement gives you:
An uncomfortable feeling: it takes away my energy
A generally not very positive feeling
A feeling of indifference: it does not particularly affect me
A positive feeling: I feel comfortable
A feeling of energy: I love it

25 – How does the idea of public speaking affect you?
It scares me
It embarrasses me
It makes me slightly uncomfortable
It leaves me indifferent
It excites me



26 – Do you ever use your phone while driving, biking or walking on the road?
Sure, what is the big deal? Everybody does it
Often: I am able to do both things with no problem
Sometimes: but when I do it, I pay full attention
Rarely: in an emergency only
Never: all it takes is a moment of distraction…

27 – When you perform a habitual, repetitive action, you do it:
Overthinking while also performing other activities
Automatically, trying to distract yourself as little as possible
Expeditiously, but avoiding distractions
Calmly, proceeding step by step
Focusing all your attention on the details

28 – A person politely points out to you that a certain behavior of yours caused them discomfort/danger. The next day, what do you think about it?
That the fault is not mine
I think that person went too far and I prefer to get over it
I think it was not my intention to cause trouble and I will try to be more careful
I wonder where I went wrong and if there is any way to fix it
I reflect on what they told me and I do some soul-searching

29 – Have you ever thought about the potential consequences of habits you practice every day, such as driving, using mechanical tools, posting information online?
No, never: what would the consequences be?
Almost never: I trust my abilities sufficiently
Occasionally: especially when I realize I have taken a risk
Often: attention is never too much
Constantly: never underestimate what you are doing



30 – The image of an animal suffering from starvation, arouses you:
Nothing in particular
A slight discomfort
A feeling of disturbance
A strong discomfort
An emotional turmoil

31 – When a loved one is upset or worried, do you notice it right away?
Never, I have already too many things to think about
Almost never, although it has happened in the past
Sometimes, but not always
Often, I have a kind of sixth sense
Always, if a loved one is suffering, I suffer with them

32 – Do you ever cry from joy or sorrow?
No, never
Rarely and only out of sorrow
Sometimes, when I am very sad or happy
Often, for both happiness and sadness
Whenever I experience an intense emotion

33 – Do you ever feel that others do not understand you, or that they are too shallow to do so?
I have never asked myself about that
No, however, it is true that people are sometimes superficial
Sometimes: people are very caught up in their own commitments
Often: I see a lot of superficiality in people
Constantly: I sometimes feel like an alien



34 – A person close to you takes a reckless action risking harm to someone else. What is your first thought?
I have a duty to point it out to them or they will hurt someone someday
I have to point it out to them, so that they will not do it again
I hope they will not do it again, otherwise I will point it out to them
If they have not done any harm, I do not see the need to point it out to them
What would be the problem? No one is perfect

35 – Someone who commits a crime, even a serious one, has the right to get a second chance. Do you agree with this?
Absolutely No, especially if the crime is serious
Generally No, but it also depends on the circumstances
Generally Yes, but only if the person is not a repeat offender
Yes, even in case of recidivism, but they must serve the sentence first
Yes, always and in any case: prison is unnecessary and harmful

36 – Neighbors are quite noisy, sometimes even at inappropriate times. How do you react?
It makes me angry and I immediately go to talk to them
I feel annoyance and if they do not stop shortly, I go talk to them
I think they are a bit rude, but I try also to be patient
No one is perfect after all, so I let it go
I do not see the problem, we all make noise from time to time

37 – Do you easily forget the wrongs you have received?
No, they stick with me forever
No, I want to receive an apology first
Yes and No, meaning that it takes time
Yes, within a few days
Yes, I forget them immediately



38 – You are asked to do a job that requires the application of strict and precise rules, but you find that it could be done differently. How do you behave?
I follow the rules without questioning them
I follow the rules, but meanwhile I wonder how to improve them
I follow the rules, but I note anything that could be perfected
I follow the rules that make sense to me; I make up the rest
I make up new rules all my own

39 – How do other people’s opinions affect you?
I consider them fundamental
I consider them important, even if I do not always agree with them
I take them into consideration, then I do my own thing
It depends on how interesting they are, in general I have little interest in them
If they are original, I am interested in them, otherwise I’m not

40 – If you had to solve an unexpected and never-before addressed practical problem, how would you approach it?
I would ask someone else to take care of it
I would take a quick look, then ask someone for advice
I would try to see if I could solve it on my own
I would set out to study it, trying to figure out how it works
I would start experimenting little by little to understand its mechanisms

41 – What kind of relationship do you have with news and unexpected changes?
I’m not interested in them
They frighten me
They disturb and intrigue me at the same time
They arouse my interest
They excite me



42 – When someone makes fun of you, do you tend to fall for it easily?
Yes, I fall for it all the time
Yes, I fall for it a lot
Not really, however, it takes me a while to realize it
No, I usually pick up on it right away
No, I never fall for it

43 – Are you able to expose lies told by other people?
Never: I am deceived myself
Rarely: most of the times I believe them myself
Sometimes: I am not so easily fooled
Often: 9 times out of 10 I recognize the lies
Always: deceiving me is practically impossible

44 – Choose the description of POLITICS that most closely matches your thinking:
Politics is made by capable people who make thoughtful decisions
Politics is made by experienced people elected by the majority
Politics is partly in the interest of the people and partly in the interest of politicians
Politics is made of compromises, half-truths, hidden interests
Politics is a little theater where everyone plays a role

45 – How do you inform yourself before signing a contract?
I settle for the proposer’s explanations
I ask for explanations and clarifications from the other party
I ask friends and relatives for information and advice
I do some research on my own and I ask around for opinions
I read available documentation and I examine others’ experiences



46 – How do you react when a person in a position of authority (ex: a parent, a superior at work) disrespects you, perhaps without doing it on purpose?
I feel terrible about it, but I do nothing to avoid arguments
I feel pretty bad about it, but I prefer to get over it
I feel a sense of annoyance and I try to improvise a sarcastic joke
I stand astonished for a moment and then I respond in kind
I remain impassive, take a moment to reflect, then I respond calmly

47 – When there is an important decision to be made and time is limited, what is your first reaction?
I panic
I get anxious and I need time to calm down
I get doubts and I ask someone for advice
I immediately focus on the unknowns, then the known aspects
I relax for a moment, then I examine the issue in detail

48 – Someone questions a statement you made, but you are certain of its truthfulness: how do you react?
I feel strong shame and I remain stuck
I feel embarrassment and I remain silent, so as not to make the situation worse
I feel embarrassment, but I try to defend my position
I remain stunned for a moment, then I explain my position
I wait for the person to finish their speech, then I correct them

49 – When your opinion is belittled or ignored altogether, you feel:
A deep sense of humiliation
A sense of disappointment
Some anger
Slight annoyance that passes quickly
Nothing in particular, it can happen



50 – Would you rather make your own decisions and be responsible for them, or follow someone else’s directives without risking anything?
I prefer to take orders and have no responsibility
I prefer to follow external directives by putting a personal touch on it
Both: it depends on the context
I prefer to make personal decisions, but with little risk
I prefer to make personal decisions, although risky

51 – Sink drain suddenly clogs, what do you do?
I call a plumber right away
I ask someone for advice
I try to understand the problem before deciding what to do
I examine the problem and I try to solve it on my own
I immediately get to work to solve the problem

52 – Traveling solo, perhaps to faraway and mysterious places. What do you think?
Too many dangers, it is crazy
I see a lot of unknowns, I do not think I would do it
There are risks, but I would give it a try
With the right organization, why not?
I like it, but it is not for everyone, it needs awareness

53 – In what productive context do you best express yourself?
In a large group
In a small group
Together with a few trusted people
Alone with external supervision
Alone with maximum freedom of movement



54 – It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.
How do you interpret this sentence?

I do not know how to interpret it
It refers to backward societies and the poor people who live in them
It refers to the negative sides of society and to the people who take advantage of them
It refers to the fact that society has inhumane sides and many people do not realize it
It means that people adapt to the world without questioning it

55 – Here are 5 groups of concepts and practical actions. Choose the one you find most interesting:
Wealth – Success – Popularity – Outward Beauty
Gaining – Possessing – Doing – Enjoyment
Working – Stability – Sharing – Travelling
Perception – Action – Justice – Integrity
Insight – Knowledge – Becoming – Truth

56 – Society would become better and more livable if:
Everyone was richer
Everyone had a job suited to their ambitions
Politicians were seriously committed to the people
People were less selfish and more supportive
People gave up illusions and sought the truth

57 – What would you add to the world to make it a better place?



58 – Do you enjoy witty jokes during conversations?
Not at all, they bother me a lot
Not much, especially when the topic is serious
Yes and No, it depends on the context
Somewhat, as long as they do not make the conversation silly
A lot, they are essential to lighten up speeches

59 – Do you ever laugh when you watch comedy movies and videos?
Practically never

60 – How do you react when an acquaintance makes a sarcastic comment about you, perhaps exaggerating some of your character sides?
I feel very offended
I get annoyed, then I get over it
I am surprised, then I smile
I laugh about it
I laugh about it and continue the conversation by making fun of myself

61 – When a given situation becomes tense, a downplaying joke…complete the sentence
Would be totally inappropriate
Would not be entirely appropriate
Might relieve the tension
Would certainly be appreciated
Would be absolutely necessary



62 – You have more respect for people who:
I respect everyone equally
Respect you in turn
Show themselves helpful to you
Could help you in case of need
Are helpful to you in some way

63 – An acquaintance needs your help, but this would mean giving up your program for the evening. What do you do about it?
I help them without hesitation
I see if there is a way to help them without giving up my evening
I am not sure, I would like to help them, however I am annoyed to lose my evening
I make up an excuse to keep them from insisting
I try to see what I can gain if I accept

64 – Would you be willing, in exchange for a large personal benefit and the certainty of not being discovered, to endanger someone?
No, for no reason at all
No, but I would like to know what that person would risk
I do not know, I would have to think about it
It depends on the size of the personal benefit
Yes, 100%

65 – When you give a gift to a person, you expect that:
I do not expect anything, I simply felt like doing it
The person appreciates the gesture
The person appreciates the gift
The person gives me a gift in turn
The person feels indebted to me

What is your age?
51 and over




Name, you are a definitely shy and loneliness-loving person. You go out of your way to minimize opportunities for social interaction, just like a true lone wolf.
Name, you are a reserved and quite shy individual. When there is a need to confront others, you do not shy away, yet you try to cut it short.
Name, you demonstrate an ability to balance the need to carve out moments all to yourself with the need to socialize. You are therefore not a gregarious person but neither are you a lone wolf.
Name, you manifest a marked expansive tendency, that is, the need to be around others and interact socially. This makes you a friendly and helpful person.
Name, you seem to literally adore company and being around others. Living means, for you, having experiences together with other people.

Be that as it may, your way of being lets a considerable amount of passion shine through, which means that you reflect little before you act.
Nevertheless, from the rational point of view you lean toward simplification and speed: in short, you prefer to act rather than get lost in unnecessary reflection.
On the other hand, from the rational point of view you turn out to be quite balanced, in the sense that you reflect when there is a need to do so, although you prefer doing to pondering.
Your rational component, on the other hand, is quite pronounced, in the sense that you tend to reflect and ponder before you move, without this preventing you from acting.
That of rationality is certainly a dominant trait in your psychological profile; in fact, you have a habit of reasoning and calculating before taking any action.

Emotionality is not a problem for you, by which we mean that you can keep it under control in an exemplary way. Your self-control is absolute.
On the emotional front you present an enviable balance between impulsiveness and self-control. You know how to keep emotions at bay while avoiding suppressing them altogether.
In the area of emotion management, you show a fair, if delicate, balance between impulsivity and self-control. You may happen to lose your temper, but it is not the rule.
Regarding the management of emotions it must be reported that self-control is not your strong suit. You experience emotions with intensity and struggle to keep them at bay.
Regarding emotional management it appears that you possess little control over your emotions, constantly letting impulsiveness overtake you when something upsets you.

Perfectionism is not your thing. You settle for things as they are and never feel the need to challenge yourself. Too much effort for nothing, right?
Perfectionism is not among your main personality traits; let’s say you usually put in the good will, but then you tend to get discouraged easily.
Perfectionism is both a blessing and a curse for you: on the one hand you want to get things done right, but on the other hand you lack the drive to go all the way.
Ease or fussiness? You lean toward fussiness, but without overdoing it, thereby finding a form of balance that works in most cases.
Perfectionism? For you it is a real mission! You gladly leave things done wrong to others: what concerns you must be impeccable.

Then there is laziness, lots and lots of laziness. You certainly cannot be called a lively and responsive person, we would rather say listless and impatient.
Then there is your lack of vitality, although at times you also feel the need to act and be active, yes, but with much restraint.
Then there is liveliness, meant as the contrast between laziness and dynamism. You stand in the middle ground, adopting an active attitude when you are fit and indolent when the mood is not propitious.
Then there is your intense vitality, which makes you disinclined to stall in favor of a more dynamic and productive attitude. When there’s a need to roll up your sleeves, you are ready for it.
Then there is your extraordinary dynamism, which makes you extremely active and not at all prone to idleness. You are the exact opposite of laziness.

At the same time, a deep drive toward introversion shines through, which makes you an introspective individual interested essentially in your own inner world.
At the same time you exhibit a predominance toward introversion, and along with it a need to take breaks from society perceived as too fast-paced and chaotic.
At the same time you exhibit an average degree of extroversion, which makes you an individual interested in the consideration of others while still managing to carve out moments just for yourself.
At the same time you exhibit a noticeable degree of extroversion, which makes you in need of the attention of others and disinclined to carve out moments of isolation.
At the same time, your extroverted side comes overbearingly to the fore, which causes you to constantly seek the company and consideration of others.

Regarding consciousness and awareness we record a generalized disregard for the potential consequences of your actions on others. A mixture of mindlessness and unconsciousness.
In the matter of conscience and respect for others there are some gaps. You come before others, so you must be free to do what you want even at the expense of others.
In transcendental terms you could be defined as a sleeping consciousness. This happens because you realize that you behave in ways that are not always sensible, but the force of habit is stronger than the drive for self-improvement.
In matters of consciousness you are well endowed, but still perfectible. From time to time you still get carried away on autopilot ending up acting with little awareness.
In consciential terms you could be called an awakened one! You are always well present and aware of your actions, never shallow and reckless.

Now let’s talk about sensitivity. Your answers denote an almost total lack of empathy and concern for others. You are focused on yourself.
Now let’s deal with sensitivity. Your answers denote a low attention to others and to feeling in general. You are focused on concreteness.
Now let’s examine your sensitive side. Your answers reveal a good compromise between feeling and concreteness, which means that you know how to be perceptive without blurring into hyper-emotionality.
Now let’s examine your sensitive trait. The answers provided highlight an empathetic and compassionate attitude, attentive to the feeling of others and therefore not always easy to handle.
Now let’s consider your sensitive side. Your answers highlight a hypersensitive attitude, in which empathy and compassion risk clouding your perception of reality.

The sensitivity trait is closely related to that of tolerance, and you manifest a very low level of forbearance toward injustice and more generally rudeness.
The trait of sensitivity is closely related to that of tolerance, and you manifest a low level of forbearance with regard to injustice and more generally to bullying.
The area of sensitivity is closely related to that of tolerance, and in this case you manifest an ordinary level of forbearance with regard to injustice and incivility.
The theme of sensitivity leads us directly to that of tolerance, and in this area you make yourself quite accepting and well-disposed toward others.
The area of sensitivity leads us to that of tolerance, and in this area you make yourself exaggeratedly helpful and open toward others, making forgiveness a kind of passkey.

The creative sphere is not there. When there is a choice to be made between two paths, you will undoubtedly choose the beaten one. It is called conformity.
The creative sphere tends to be lacking. In short, you like to wallow in conventionality, albeit with occasional flashes of originality from time to time.
The creative sphere is present, but not particularly developed. Let’s say it ranks average, so you may not be an artist, but you can’t even be called an ordinary person.
On the other hand, you possess an uncommon creativity: conventions tend to cling to you, and there are times when you feel the urge to do something original and unique.
On the other hand, you unleash an uncommon creativity: conventionality bores you and motivates you to look for something more challenging that is not necessarily useful or reasonable.

In the area of naiveté, however, you show that you believe everything and are also easily fooled. Your trust in people and in the world allows you to find good everywhere.
In matters of naiveté, on the other hand, you show that you are quite gullible. Those who would want to deceive you would not find major obstacles, and this is because of your trusting attitude toward the world.
In matters of sagacity, on the other hand, you show that you are not very mischievous but not entirely naive. If someone were to try to deceive you, they should not underestimate you since you are not gullible.
In matters of shrewdness, on the other hand, you show yourself to be rather shrewd though not entirely ill-thinking. You are not easily fooled and your sixth sense does not discount.
In matters of sagacity, on the other hand, you show that you are quite shrewd and disenchanted with the world. You understand that things are almost never what they seem and you keep that in mind.

However, it must be said that you go into crisis easily when you have to rely on your own abilities, thus manifesting a low degree of personal security and a strong submissiveness to others.
However, it must be said that you encounter difficulties when you have to rely on your personal abilities, thus manifesting a limited degree of personal security and a tendency toward submission.
However, it must be said that you are endowed with a normal degree of self-confidence, thus being able to deal with most situations, but not always.
It is also to be noted a high degree of self-confidence, which enables you to assert yourself in most cases without becoming arrogant.
It is also to be noted an excellent degree of personal confidence, which allows you to be respected and assert yourself even in the roughest situations.

After self-confidence comes autonomy. In this area you are unfortunately extremely lacking. You seem to need others to do anything.
After self-confidence comes autonomy. This personality trait is hardly present, so you find yourself having to rely on others frequently.
After self-confidence you need to deal with autonomy. You are averagely gifted in this area, so you can make do when there really is no alternative, even though you do not disdain outside help.
Immediately after self-confidence comes autonomy. In this area you are well endowed, so you are able to fend for yourself when needed, though you do not turn down outside help if necessary.
Immediately after self-confidence comes autonomy. This personality trait is preponderant, so you are perfectly able to fend for yourself and rarely need outside support.

The materialism-spirituality pair unquestionably leans toward the material sphere: according to you everything must have a price and some utility, the rest simply does not exist.
The eternal struggle between materialism and spirituality is resolved in favor of the matter: the transcendent has little hold on you and you definitely prefer the tangible over the ethereal.
Materialism or Spirituality? Neither of them. In this area you position yourself exactly in the middle ground, indicating some interest in objects and money without completely closing the door to the intangible.
Also in the spiritual realm you position yourself quite well, that is, more on the side of spirit than matter, but still with some interest in earthly things.
Also in the spiritual realm you position yourself at an extremely high level, privileging the transcendent over the immanent, which is very rare.

The spiritual world accompanies us toward that of irony, in fact laughing is good for the soul, although this is definitely not the case with you, being you extremely serious and touchy-feely.
The spiritual world takes us toward that of irony, in fact laughing is good for the soul. Unfortunately, this does not seem to be the case for you, as you are more inclined toward seriousness than irony.
The spiritual sphere accompanies us toward that of irony, in fact laughing is good for the soul. In your case we find a fair balance between seriousness and irony, in fact you can appreciate witty jokes as long as they do not cross the line of decency.
The spiritual world takes us toward that of irony, in fact laughing is good for the soul. In your case we highlight a considerable amount of irony, so you love to joke and laugh in abundance, at least until the talk is screwed up.
The spiritual sphere brings us to that of irony, in fact there seems to be a link between the two, in fact laughing is good for the soul. In your case irony seems to take the lead, even going so far as to cross the line in certain circumstances. To put it bluntly: sometimes you get a tad puerile.

Now let’s look at the last of the personality traits: selfishness. There is also a positive form of selfishness, but unfortunately this is not your case. Yours is an immoral, ruthless selfishness, willing to do anything to be satisfied.
There are also healthy forms of selfishness, however in your case it is selfishness for its own sake, brutal at times and generally uninterested in the fate of others.
Now let’s focus on the last of the personality traits: selfishness. Selfishness is not always harmful to others, so much so that in your case there appears to be a tendency to evaluate on a case-by-case basis, yet without any great moral references. As the saying goes: opportunity makes the thief.
Now let’s focus on the last of the personality traits: selfishness. There is also a positive form of selfishness, and this seems to be the case with you. Your tendency is to evaluate on a case-by-case basis and exercise restraint.
Now let us examine the last of the personality traits: selfishness. In your case we can safely speak of altruism, so much so that when faced with the choice of whether to help yourself or your neighbor, you always choose the other.

0-20 : In conclusion we want to tell you that you are still very young and that your personality is evolving, so this profile will surely change course over time giving you some surprises. Come back and see us in a few years!

21-30 : In conclusion we would like to point out to you that you are still quite young and that your psychological profile will continue to refine over time even giving you some surprises. Come back and visit us later on!

31-40 : In conclusion we would like to report that at your age the psychological profile tends to stabilize, however it may still undergo some adjustments and even some surprises. Come back and visit us again!

41-50 : In conclusion we would like to point out that at your age the psychological profile has generally already stabilized, so it is unlikely to undergo any upheavals. However in life you never know!

51+ : In conclusion we would like to point out that past the age of 50 it is rare for an individual’s personality to undergo radical changes, having now settled down. Be that as it may, nothing is certain, and perhaps in a few years you will like to visit us again.