I took the shorter version of the tests. I was asked a series of 120 questions that helped me dive deeper into my feelings and emotions in order to learn more about myself. At the end of the test we were given results based off of how we answered the questions. Within the results there are 5 categories. Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, and Openness to Experience. In terms of extraversion my results were very diverse and they displayed that I find excitement in the world and I can be seen as an extrovert. Agreeableness reflects individual differences in concern with cooperation and social harmony. Within this category I am also very diverse with high scores having high levels of trust and morals. The third category is conscientiousness which concerns the way in which we control, regulate, and direct our impulses. This was another high scoring category as I am very routine orientated and do not act on impulses. Neuroticism which freuds originally used the term neurosis to describe a condition marked by mental distress, emotional suffering, and an inability to cope effectively with the normal demands of life. This category scored extrmeley low for me. As I do not tend to harmonize with a lot of negative imotions that could impact me in any non-positive way. Lastly is openness to experience. This category was surprisingly low as I tend to find myself very open to new things and are an extrovert. This was my 2nd lowest scoring score behind neuroticism. I think this test describes me as a very positive and outgoing person and care for others while being intact with my own personality and feelings. Overall, I agree with what this is saying!

A potential employer may see a lot of things when looking at these results. They may see strengths as well as weaknesses. One strength they may see from these results could be I am very personable, outgoing, and content with myself. Personally, I feel as if these are strong attributes when it comes to a potential employee. You want to make sure they are scared to go out and make a dea. Having strong morals and even work ethics makes it easy to trust your employee early on rather than having to gain it overtime. At the same time an employer may see my low scores on the Neuroticism and think that I do not have much negative feelings such as anxiety, anger, or depression. However, on the other hand is some weaknesses I may have as well. Some employers may look at my test results and think I am not open to experiences. This could be a problem to some employers when looking to move me around in the company to new positions or even giving me new opportunities and responsibilities as an employee. Overall, I do think an employer would be happy with my scores and overall test results.