Reflective Essay: What Are My Big Five Personality Types

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There are five elements that compose the Big Five Personality Type. These factors consist of Openness to experience, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism, which can also be referred to as OCEAN.
After taking the “What Is My Big Five Personality Profile” test, I scored the highest on the Emotional Stability, followed by a three-way tie with Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Openness; the lowest score I received was for Extraversion, I received a 10 out of 10 on the Emotional Stability category; this means that I am a relaxed, secure, unworried individual. I completely agree with this result, generally I tend to be an laid-back individual that tries to see the positive and rarely stress over the insignificant things in life. The downfall of being this type of person is that I tend to be too relaxed; I have the tendency to procrastinate. Leaving assignments for the last minute can lead to incomplete work or work that does not receive your best effort.
I received 9 out of 10 on the Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, and Openness categories. According to the personality profile, Conscientiousness includes dependable, responsible, achievement oriented and persistent. I completely agree with these results. I attempt my hardest to be a person which others can depend on. I tend to set goals and even
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Extraversion was the segment, which I scored the least on (7 out of 10). I fully agree with this being my weakest of the five sections, as I have the tendency to be a loner. I am a friendly individual; on the other hand I do not view myself as completely being sociable. I usually am quite person, until I am comfortable with the people around me and depending on the situation I am in. The negative aspect with reference to not being an extrovert is that it can hold me back from meeting new people, shy away from outing or new

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