Many people use personality tests to help choose a career, improve their relationships, deepen their self-understanding, etc. To get the best results it is important that you:
You are a different person in different circumstances - e.g. you behave differently when with parents, friends, authority figures (police), etc.. When you complete a questionnaire that helps you identify your personality type, such as the MMDI, you should think about your natural preferences. Answer the questions to reflect the real you, not the person you are expected to be.
Your personality is complex, but all personality type questionnaires provide a simple result. Your personality can change, and the result you get is (on average) correct in about 75% of cases. Read the results carefully to decide if they are an accurate reflection of your personality.
Once you are happy with the results, please note:
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