Big Five Inventory Quiz

The Big Five Inventory is a psychological test used by a variety of personality assessors.  It focuses on five broad dimensions of one’s personality: Extraversion, Intellect, Emotional Stability, Agreeableness and Conscientiousness.

Instructions:

Describe yourself as you generally are now, not as you were or wish to be in the future. Describe yourself as you honestly see yourself, in relation to other people you know of the same sex as you are, and roughly your same age.

For each statement, indicate whether it is:

1. Very Accurate

2. Moderately Accurate

3. Neither Inaccurate nor Accurate

4. Moderately Inaccurate

5. Very Inaccurate.

 

Begin Test:

 

1.Am the life of the party.
2.Feel little concern for others.
3.Am always prepared.
4.Get stressed out easily.
5.Have a rich vocabulary.
6.Don’t talk a lot.
7.Am interested in people.
8.Leave my belongings around.
9.Am relaxed most of the time.
10.Have difficulty understanding abstract ideas.
11.Feel comfortable around people.
12.Insult people.
13.Pay attention to details.
14.Worry about things.
15.Have a vivid imagination.
16.Keep in the background.
17.Sympathize with others’ feelings.
18.Make a mess of things.
19.Seldom feel blue.
20.Am not interested in abstract ideas.
21.Start conversations.
22.Am not interested in other people’s problems.
23.Get chores done right away.
24.Am easily disturbed.
25.Have excellent ideas.
26.Have little to say.
27.Have a soft heart.
28.Often forget to put things back in their proper place.
29.Get upset easily.