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Understanding My Personality

Published by Farah on 24 Feb, 2019


Are you clueless on which field of study you want to pursue? Feeling confused on what is your ambition or your career should be? Well, to find out the answers you first need to understand your own personality. Understanding your own individual personality will provide you insights in making the right decisions on your education and career pathway which suits your personality. There are couple of personality tests that you may try to understand yourself more. Here are some examples of personality tests:

1. 16 Personality Factor Questionnaire 

The questionnaire is designed to measure normal behaviors and can be used for career development, employees selection, marital help, and counselling; but it does have some clinical reference. It measures: warmth, reasoning, emotional stability, dominance, liveliness, rule-consciousness, social boldness, sensitivity, vigilance, abstractedness, privateness, apprehension, openness to change, self-reliance, perfectionism, tension. The questionnaire is designed to be used by people 16 or older.
The test will describe five personality aspects that, when combined, define the personality type: Mind, Energy, Nature, Tactics and Identity. Each of these aspects should be seen as a two-sided continuum, with the “neutral” option placed in the middle. The percentages you would have seen after completing the test are meant to show which categories you fall under, and how strong your preferences are. 
Follow these 3 simple steps to make your choice:
Step 1
Click THIS LINK to access the free test.
Step 2
Click THIS LINK to know your personality type based on your test result
Step 3 (optional)
Let us know your results by consulting us for free and find out the best course/career options for you.


2. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Test
The test is based upon an earlier theory that was introduced by Carl Jung - a theory that humans experience the world using four psychological functions: sensation, intuition, feeling and thinking.
The MBTI measures whether an individual is extroverted or introverted, whether they have a sensing preference or an intuitive preference when it comes to processing information, whether they prefer to make decisions by thinking or feeling and whether they have a judging or perceiving preference about how they do things.
The results from the questionnaire then place the person onto one of 16 personalities, each has their own strengths and weaknesses, such as the ENJF personality type. The MBTI can be used for individual development, employee development, team development, team productivity and to increase team effectiveness.
Follow these 2 simple steps to make your choice:
Step 1
Click THIS LINK to access the free test.
Step 2 (optional)
Let us know your results by consulting us for free and find out the best course/career options for you.




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