Jordan Peterson Personality Test: His channel is definitely worth a visit because many of these lectures are extremely illuminating and, I believe, Jordan Peterson Personality Test has to be one of the most intelligent thinkers of our current times. With that in mind, I was intrigued by a video he posted in October entitled ‘20 Minutes on UnderstandMyself.com’ in which he announced his new online personality assessment.
Trying to figure out other people — including their thoughts, motivations, and behaviors — can be difficult, but understanding yourself can be just as complicated. People tend to think of themselves in a particular light, which may not be accurate, and don’t have the ability to see themselves from another’s perspective. One way to truly know who you are? Take this personality test, created by clinical psychologist Dr.Jordan Peterson Personality Test. Understanding your personality will help you meaningfully engage with the world and learn how to make the most of your strengths and weaknesses.
Who else took Jordan Peterson’s personality test?
I’m fucking embarrassed as hell at my score, but I don’t feel it’s totally accurate so I think I answered the questions with some extreme bias because I’ve taken so many of these kinds of things. Also, though I do like the test, and Jordan, I think it would be useful if it took your results and put them together into an overall profile like the MBTI does. Also, I don’t care if this has been discussed before, this is a forum, not an archive.
The only thing I think is a bit exaggerated is my exceptionally low conscientiousness, and industriousness. Obviously being INTP we do struggle with these things, but it paints the picture here of somebody with a victim complex that’s waiting for the universe to sweep me off of my feet and give me everything, but that’s not very accurate. We clearly know we are capable of high industriousness, and we have the burning desire for responsibility and growth. So I think the fact that I’m used to these kinds of questions and know to what they’re pertaining to made me answer them at the extremes.
The cost was negligible at the time, and irrational resentment aside, it seemed like a no-lose situation. The website was basic, but easy to use. Apparently angular hadn’t made it that far north yet, and the programmer was probably somebodies nephew. The questions were fairly standard Jordan Peterson Personality Test fare, from my uneducated perspective at least. Things like: On a scale of 1–5 how much do you agree with the statement “I sometimes feel unsure of myself.” In in the interest of fairness I should indicate that the “strongly agree” and “strongly disagree” ends of the spectrum were clearly marked.