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When I think of myself I think of crazy loud and downright honest When I took a personality quiz in my English class I got a little confused about how differently I see myself and how the computer or other people see me There were a lot of things that I agreed with and then there were many things that I couldnt comprehend how they related to me in any way Basically though I agreed with my scores in extraversion agreeableness and neuroticism they were all qualities that honestly describe meMy score in Extraversion was a 39 and that was an average score meaning that I am not a loner but I am not a little chatterbox either My highest score in Extraversion would happen to be Excitement seeking which I believe is incredibly true When I was about 7 years old my whole family went to these cliffs were people would jump off and dive into the water and let me tell you these cliffs were very high up All the adults around me were all contemplating whether to jump or not and some actually did but I was so hyped up about these cliffs that I breathed in and prayed that my mother would not ground me for what I am about to do I sprinted and jumped right off the cliff screaming the entire time till I hit the water and that was very unpleasant but luckily I knew how to swim and just popped right on up I believe that Excitement seeking can describe me perfectlyMy next score that I agree on is Agreeableness I made 5 out of 99 and that is very low and its completely true I have less concern with others needs than with my own and people see me as tough critical and uncompromising I scored lowest in Altruism which means that I do not find helping other people rewarding which is sadly true
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