Big Five Personality: Comprehensive & Describe Me

Raw Percentage

Trait last updated: 14 January 2012
Facets last updated: 12 May 2009

Answered 336/336 questions

Trait Explanations

In order to interpret your raw trait scores, they were compared to the first 350,000 people to complete the full MyPersonality Big Five questionnaire. This allows the way that you described yourself to be put in the context of how other people respond to the questionnaire. You should remember that there are no fundamentally good or bad personalities, as each trait description has potential advantages and disadvantages.

To interpret your facet scores for the Big Five: Comprehensive questionnaire, your scores were compared to a smaller group of 800 people who answered the questions in order to help us develop the test. You should therefore currently consider these results as provisional until the sample size is increased. Your results will automatically be updated as we get more respondents.


This trait refers to the extent to which you prefer novelty versus convention. Approximately 94.5% of respondents have a lower openness raw percentage than yours. From the way you answered the questions, you seem to describe yourself as someone who is far more intellectually curious and sensitive to beauty than most. You might say that your beliefs are individualistic and frequently drift towards the unconventional, and that you enjoy your imagination and the exciting places it takes you!


(O1) Imagination: 98.6th percentile. This facet includes your imagination and fantasy life. Daydreams are for you a regular occurance. Your mind creates other idealised realities. It can be difficult to bring your thoughts back to what you are meant to be doing.

(O2) Artistic Interests: 91.9th percentile. This facet includes your interest in art, music and nature. Beauty and the arts are much more important for you than they are for others. Poetry, music, and original art all move you deeply. Being away from nature and beauty can make you feel trapped or uneasy.

(O3) Emotionality: 72.6th percentile. This facet includes your experience of emotion and feelings. You experience your emotions more intensely than other people seem to. This may lead you to spend time reflecting to try and understand yourself. You may consider charitable causes to be especially important because of their emotional pull on you.

(O4) Adventurousness: 96.4th percentile. This facet includes your openness to new experiences. You much prefer novel activities and may quickly get bored with ones that you have mastered. You are willing to try anything once, and are usually on the lookout for new foods to try or places to go.

(O5) Intellect: 91.9th percentile. This facet includes your openness to new ideas. You are much more intellectually curious than most. You are interested in a range of unconventional ideas which you pursue for your own enjoyment rather than any material benefit.

(O6) Liberalism: 27.5th percentile. This facet includes your openness to values. Your values are more conservative than average. Generally you see no need to re-examine the values of honoured tradition, although there may be one or two areas that you feel need to be liberalised.



This trait refers to the extent to which you prefer an organised, or a flexible, approach in life. Approximately 34.5% of respondents have a lower conscientiousness raw percentage than yours. From the way you answered the questions, you seem to describe yourself as someone who is spontaneous and fun, and that you like to do unexpected things that make life that bit more interesting. You might say that you aren't completely unreliable, but you've been known to slip up on occasion.


(C1) Self-Efficacy: 91.9th percentile. This facet refers to your ability to 'get things done'. You consider yourself both effective and successful in almost all that you attempt, both in tasks that you are familiar with and new ones also.

(C2) Orderliness: 16th percentile. This facet includes how far you prefer order over flexibility. You are relatively disorganised. You prefer to take things as they come rather than imposing a structure on your environment. This may just be because it is not important to you. You may be especially good in a crisis when others' plans are breaking down.

(C3) Dutifulness: 88.5th percentile. This facet includes your reliability. You place a very high value on fulfilling your promises and telling the truth. You always do what you say, and are both dependable and reliable. You are likely to follow even rules that you disagree with.

(C4) Achievement-Striving: 21st percentile. This facet includes your will to go beyond what is sufficient. You are less ambitious than other people, but still work hard at what you do and expect others to do so also. Your life may currently lack a strong sense of purpose and direction.

(C5) Self-Discipline: 11.5th percentile. This facet includes your motivation to start and complete tasks. Importantly it is distinct from impulsiveness, which measures the impulse to do things that you do not want to do, whereas this facet measures your tendency to not do things that you do want to do.You are less motivated than others and this can sometimes lead to procrastination. You may not finish tasks because you get distracted by new ones. You may say that you have a low boredom threshold.

(C6) Cautiousness: 65.5th percentile. This facet includes the extent to which you think before acting. You think more than most before acting or saying anything. Usually you find this to be useful as it means that you make better decisions, but sometimes when you need to act quickly you can find it more difficult.



This trait refers to the extent to which you enjoy company, and seek excitement and stimulation. Approximately 61.8% of respondents have a lower extraversion raw percentage than yours. From the way you answered the questions, you seem to describe yourself as someone who is energetic and active. Your answers describe you as someone who enjoys and actively seeks out social occasions, and that you especially enjoy talking with a big group of people.


(E1) Friendliness: 84.1st percentile. This facet refers to how you get on with others. You feel most comfortable when around other people. You are very easy to get to know and make new acquaintances feel at ease very quickly.

(E2) Gregariousness: 61.8th percentile. This facet refers to how much you seek out social situations. You prefer large gatherings and parties more than most. You feel in your element around lots of other people, whereas being by yourself may make you feel isolated if it lasts too long.

(E3) Assertiveness: 97.7th percentile. This facet details your propensity to take charge. You are a natural leader. More often than not in a group you will be chosen as leader or put yourself forwards for the position. You take control of others and are skilled at influencing them.

(E4) Activity Level: 5.5th percentile. This facet describes your life's tempo. You let life evolve at its own leisurely pace. You do not like to rush things or be too busy. This does not mean that you are necessarily lazy, but rather that you take one step at a time.

(E5) Excitement-Seeking: 78.8th percentile. This facet includes how much excitement you enjoy in your life. You seek out excitement where you can. Although you do not necessarily need it, you still enjoy it when you can find it. You like to act wild and crazy from time to time!

(E6) Cheerfulness: 84.1st percentile. This facet includes how often you feel positive emotions. You are far more cheerful and optimistic than average. You like to have fun, joke around with friends, and are generally a very positive person.



This trait refers to the way you express your opinions and manage relationships. Approximately 2.3% of respondents have a lower agreeableness raw percentage than yours. From the way you answered the questions, you seem to describe yourself as someone who is willing to make difficult decisions when necessary, and will point out when something is wrong no matter what other people might feel. Your responses suggest that you would say that you can be tough and uncompromising.


(A1) Trust: 21st percentile. This facet refers to your view of others' motives. You are more cynical than average of others. You tend to assume that others are more likely to be selfish until you have good reason to think they will act otherwise.

(A2) Morality: 91.9th percentile. This facet concerns your views on the treatment of others. you consider morality to be extremely important and you act that way in your own life. You would not do selfish things at the expense of others even if the advantage for you would far outweigh the disadvantage to another.

(A3) Altruism: 72.6th percentile. This facet includes your concern for the positive wellbeing of others. You are more likely than most to help others in need, and are genuinely concerned about their welfare. You do not expect anything in return from them.

(A4) Co-operation: 16th percentile. This facet describes how you work with others. You are not shy to say if you disagree with someone. You may even enjoy a good argument. You find competition stimulating and challenging. You tell it how it is.

(A5) Modesty: 5.5th percentile. This facet describes how you project your achievements to others. You do not hesitate to tell others about what you have achieved. You may consider your accomplishments to be worth telling others about, or you may feel that it is important how others see you and that you are your own best advertisement.

(A6) Sympathy: 46th percentile. This facet measures how others' needs affect you. You are sympathetic to the needs of others, but not to an excessive degree. You help them when you can, but you do not let their needs affect your own welfare.


Neuroticism (Emotional Stability)

This trait refers to the way you cope with, and respond to, life's demands. Approximately 16% of respondents have a lower neuroticism raw percentage than yours. From the way you answered the questions, you seem to describe yourself as someone who is calm and emotionally stable. Based on your responses, you come across as someone who is rarely bothered by things, and when they do get you down the feeling does not persist for very long.


(N1) Anxiety: 21st percentile. This facet measures how prone to worrying you are. You are more relaxed than most and have fewer fears, and so rarely feel nervous except in certain situations that you find most difficult.

(N2) Anger: 54th percentile. This facet describes how intensely you get angry or frustrated. You generally keep your cool without trouble, although sometimes you can lose your temper and get upset if the situation really warrants it.

(N3) Depression: 46th percentile. This facet represents normal differences in the propensity to feeling negative. You feel down as often as most. This is usually when the situation warrants it but sometimes it can happen for no discernible reason. You usually feel that your life has a positive direction though.

(N4) Self-Consciousness: 11.5th percentile. This facet measures negative feelings caused by being around others. You feel confident around other people, and social situations rarely feel awkward to you. You worry far less than most about saying the wrong thing or being embarrassed around other people.

(N5) Immoderation: 61.8th percentile. This facet includes your propensity to over-indulge. Your desires and cravings get the better of you from time to time, but this is likely to only be in one or two areas, although you may regret your moment of weakness afterwards.

(N6) Vulnerability: 16th percentile. This facet details how you deal with setbacks. You find it easier than most to cope when things go wrong. You are likely to be in control of yourself even in an emergency situation when others around you are panicking.


Jungian Typology Estimate

Research has found that the Big Five personality traits are significantly related to Jungian Typology (e.g. the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). This is a popular alternative personality framework regularly used for personal development, in which Types are used rather than Traits. Based on your Big Five trait scores, your estimated Type is shown below.


Extraverted iNtuitive Thinking Perceiving

ENTPs are frequently described as clever, cerebrally and verbally quick, enthusiastic, outgoing, innovative, and resourceful. ENTPs are motivated by a desire to understand and improve the world they live in. They are usually accurate in sizing up a situation. They may have a perverse sense of humor and sometimes play devil's advocate, which can create misunderstandings with friends, coworkers, and family. ENTPs are ingenious and adept at directing relationships between means and ends. ENTPs 'think outside the box,' devising fresh, unexpected solutions to difficult problems. However, they are less interested in generating and following through with detailed plans than in generating ideas and possibilities. ENTPs are quick to see complex interrelationships between people, things, and ideas. These interrelationships are analyzed in profound detail. The result is an in-depth understanding of the way things and relationships work, and how they can be improved.

Personality Matches

MyPersonality has found that the Big Five traits are related to various life behaviours and choices.

Please bear in mind that these are very specific matches. Few tests will even try to give such specific information, so cut us some slack if it is not perfect for you! :-)


Based solely on your personality trait scores, the top three closest college major matches for your personality (out of 60 majors and "undecided") are:

(Click to view your full ranked list and reason why major matches your personality)

#1 International Relations

#2 Political Science

#3 Law

My Star Sign Personality?

You do not have a Taurus personality...

The Taurus personality is described on the one hand as hating change, but on the other hand they have artistic pursuits, especially singing and sculpture. Overall this still suggests a slightly above-average openness trait score. However, your openness trait score is even higher than the Taurus personality predicts.

It is also described as dependable, thorough, responsible, and that it "strives to create tomorrow in advance rather than leave it to fate", which suggests a very high conscientiousness trait score. however, your conscientiousness trait score is actually below-average.

The Taurus personality on the one hand is withdrawn and "likes to switch off to gather inner reserves to deal withoutside pressures", but on the other hand they have a reputation for being socialisers. This still suggests a below-average extraversion trait score in total. You are actually more outgoing than the average.

The Taurus personality "will let others get close but only so close as they want them", suggesting an average agreeableness trait score, however, your agreeableness trait score is actually significantly below the average.

It is also earthy, calm and collected, suggesting a below-average emotional stability score. However, your very low neuroticism trait score suggests you are even more stable than the Taurus personality predicts.

Overall therefore, your star sign has accurately predicted 0 out of 5 traits, which means that you are nothing like a Taurus!

Psych Quiz

Your Score: 93%
61 out of 61 Questions Answered
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Sensational Interests Questionnaire

Your responses were compared to a comparison group of other Facebook users who have completed the SIQ. The feedback below is based on this comparison.

Your score is higher than 84.1% of the comparison group. This indicates that you would say you have a balanced interest in both aggressive and unagressive, dominant and subordinate, independent and dependent activities.
Violent Occultism:
Your score is higher than 38.2% of the comparison group. This indicates that you would say you are interested in different kinds of lifestyles, and take a balanced approach to violence and the supernatural.
Intellectual Activities:
Your score is higher than 27.5% of the comparison group. This indicates that you would say you enjoy activities that involve thinking, but you can enjoy life's simple mindless pleasures too.
Your score is higher than 5.5% of the comparison group. This indicates that you would say you believe some things without good evidence, but you'd much prefer it if possible.
Wholesome Interests:
Your score is higher than 24.2% of the comparison group. This indicates that you would say you enjoy a mixture of activities, some are well-lived, but some are... a bit unwholesome!

Satisfaction With Life Scale

Your result on the scale was compared to the score definitions set out by the test in order to determine your feedback.

25 - 29 High score; very satisfied

Individuals who score in this range like their lives and feel that things are going well. Of course their lives are not perfect, but they feel that things are mostly good. Furthermore, just because the person is satisfied does not mean she or he is complacent. In fact, growth and challenge might be part of the reason the respondent is satisfied. For most people in this high-scoring range, life is enjoyable, and the major domains of life are going well - work or school, family, friends, leisure, and personal development. The person may draw motivation from the areas of dissatisfaction.


Openness to Experience describes a dimension of personality that distinguishes imaginative, creative people from down-to-earth, conventional people.


Conscientiousness concerns the way in which we control, regulate, and direct our impulses. It distinguishes flexible but sometimes disorganised people from more organised but sometimes perfectionist or pedantic people.


Extraversion (also extroversion) is marked by pronounced engagement with the external world, versus being comfortable with your own company.


Agreeableness reflects individual differences in concern with cooperation and social harmony. It distinguishes people who prefer competition versus those who prefer co-operation.


Neuroticism, also known inversely as Emotional Stability, refers to the tendency to experience negative emotions. It distinguishes people who generally feel relaxed but at extremes be described as "emotionally flat" from those who are more in touch with their emotions but consequently sometimes feel stressed and anxious.

Extraversion vs. Introversion

People with a preference for Extraversion draw energy from action: they tend to act, then reflect, then act further. If they are inactive, their level of energy and motivation tends to decline. Conversely, those whose preference is Introversion become less energized as they act: they prefer to reflect, then act, then reflect again. People with Introversion preferences need time out to reflect in order to rebuild energy. The Introvert's flow is directed inward toward concepts and ideas and the Extravert's is directed outward towards people and objects. There are several contrasting characteristics between Extraverts and Introverts: Extraverts desire breadth and are action-oriented, while introverts seek depth and are thought-oriented.

Intuition vs. Sensing

Sensing and iNtuition are the information-gathering (Perceiving) functions. They describe how new information is understood and interpreted. Individuals who prefer Sensing are more likely to trust information that is in the present, tangible and concrete: that is, information that can be understood by the five senses. They tend to distrust hunches that seem to come out of nowhere. They prefer to look for details and facts. For them, the meaning is in the data. On the other hand, those who prefer iNtuition tend to trust information that is more abstract or theoretical, that can be associated with other information (either remembered or discovered by seeking a wider context or pattern). They may be more interested in future possibilities. They tend to trust those flashes of insight that seem to bubble up from the unconscious mind. The meaning is in how the data relates to the pattern or theory.

Thinking vs. Feeling

hinking and Feeling are the decision-making (Judging) functions. The Thinking and Feeling functions are both used to make rational decisions, based on the data received from their information-gathering functions (Sensing or iNtuition). Those who prefer Feeling tend to come to decisions by associating or empathizing with the situation, looking at it 'from the inside' and weighing the situation to achieve, on balance, the greatest harmony, consensus and fit, considering the needs of the people involved. Those who prefer Thinking tend to decide things from a more detached standpoint, measuring the decision by what seems reasonable, logical, causal, consistent and matching a given set of rules.

Judging vs. Perceiving

Types with a preference for Judging show the world their preferred Judging function (Thinking vs. Feeling). So TJ types tend to appear to the world as logical, and FJ types as empathetic. Judging types prefer to have matters settled. Those types ending in P show the world their preferred Perceiving function (Sensing vs. iNtuition). So SP types tend to appear to the world as concrete and NP types as abstract. Perceiving types prefer to keep decisions open.

What the Raw Percentage means

This is your raw score out of 100. Scores higher than 50 percent are not necessarily above average. Your raw percentages are compared to other users' raw percentages, and then the comparative percentiles are given in the description below.