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    Satyavrata Maciamo's Avatar
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    What your city or country best fits your personality ?

    I have found this Geographic Personality Test, which gives results as a several personality criteria, and compares scores to those of other people who have taken the test in cities and countries around the world.

    There are few questions, and the answer may depend a lot on your present/recent mood, but I got type RLOEI (fairly accurate presently, although it used to be quite different a few years ago). My primary type is Inquisitive (true).

    I also took the Cerebral Personality Test and scored 74% cerebral.

    This test measures a cluster of traits which approximate the cerebral personality type. Scoring highly suggests you are likely to be very inquisitive, exploring, scientific, contemplative, self-examining, and philosophical. Low scorers, will generally tend towards the opposite of the above. They will tend to be more conventional, less curious and analytical, less focused on the big picture / global variables, and more comfortable identifying as part of maintream culture.
    Couldn't describe me better.

    As we are at it, I perused over the various descriptions of the (2x) 5 primary types and listed all the personality traits that I think are suitable for me by category :

    Sociable (5 points)

    enjoys leadership
    brutally honest
    impulsive (also under "unstructured")
    motivated
    wants to be famous (also under "egocentric")

    Reserved (11 points)

    outsider
    does not fit in most places
    does not like night life and crowds
    spends more time in solitary activity than group activity (forum and couple life excluded)
    suspicious (also under "egocentric")
    tattoo averse (also under "organised")
    can't do anything when they don't feel good (also under "lymbic" and "unstructured")
    has trouble speaking when emotional (also under "lymbic")
    dislikes compliments
    does not like accepting help
    not traditional (also under "unstructured" and "egocentric")

    Limbic (7 points)

    bitter (also under "inquisitive")
    has love/hate relationships with most things
    thinks the world is a dangerous place
    hypersensitive
    defensive

    Calm (6 points)

    rarely sick
    self reliant
    likes change
    good at building things
    good at fixing things (also under "inquisitive")
    admits it when they make a mistake

    Organised (11 points)

    uncomfortable when things are imperfect
    more grounded than in the clouds
    overachiever
    saves money instead of spending it
    feels best when working
    does not go to concerts frequently
    prefers non fiction to fiction
    not a big partier
    purposeful
    thinks of most things in terms of costs and benefits

    Unstructured (6 points)

    does not value organized religion
    likes to be different
    more likely to have been hyperactive as a child
    finds ordinary tasks draining

    Accommodating (1 point)

    overly loyal

    Egocentric (17 points)

    egocentric
    prone to bitterness
    can ignore the rights of others
    megalomaniac
    controlling
    needs to have the upper hand in relationships
    not afraid of conflict
    does not value organized religion
    quick tempered
    blunt
    makes enemies
    attracted to prestige
    influenced more by self than others
    decisive

    Non-curious (0)

    dislikes science fiction (but only because of its lack of realism)
    not mystical (but only because I am an atheist)

    Inquisitive (14 points)

    more interested in intellectual pursuits than relationships or family
    detaches to analyze factors from multiple perspectives
    regularly uses ideas and tools to transform understanding
    enjoys playing with random interconnections between ideas and patterns
    introspective
    more comfortable around adults as a child
    feels both special and defective
    knows the darkside of life well
    more intellectual than sensual
    problem solver
    relys on mind more than on others
    driven by curiousity


    So, overall I am distinctly inquisitive and egocentric, rather organised and reserved, and half-way between calm and limbic (emotional). I will choose the limbic side for now, also I used to be more calm.

    My type should thus be RLOEI. This is the result I got from the test. Amazing ! RCOEI also works and probably describes better my long-term personality.
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    I tried it and got that my sloan type is SCUAN, and my primary type is "accommodating" (sounds about right! )

    Apparently I am "social, calm, moderately unstructured, accommodating, and moderately non-intellectual". Sounds nice! ^^

    My exact results were:
    Extroversion - 70%
    Emotional Stability - 73%
    Orderliness - 46%
    Accommodation - 90%
    Inquisitiveness - 43%

    Yup, I think that tallies fairly well with the impression I've got of myself, which is quite reassuring. :) Except I'm surprised I got such a low "inquisitiveness" score, since I'm inquisitive about pretty much everything!

    I got something like 54% cerebral, which again seems about right to me.

    Ok, and me with the 5 primary types.... are you sitting comfortably :) - umm, having read through these I am a lot more surprised that I ended up with "accommodating", having seen the criteria! O___O )

    Social
    more verbal than non verbal
    spends more time in group activities than solitary activities (that's not actually true for me, but it's what I prefer...)
    does not like to go long without speaking to anyone
    loves night life activities and crowds
    competes for the spotlight
    action oriented
    dresses to stand out
    very sexual (umm, how "very" is "very"?!?! O_o)
    have more desire than fear
    brutally honest
    impulsive
    optimistic
    wants to be famous

    Reserved
    outsider
    does not fit in most places
    not self expressive
    spends more time in solitary activity than group activity (not what I'd choose but what I in fact end up doing...)
    not seductive
    does not enjoy leadership
    suspicious
    tattoo averse (umm, I like them on other people, just not on me, because I'm indecisive! XD)
    does not like accepting help

    Limbic
    quick tempered
    has love/hate relationships with most things
    suspicious of others
    defensive
    can be hurtful
    wants to feel loved (don't most people?)

    Calm
    not easily hurt
    keeps emotions under control
    positive
    not prone to envy
    rarely sick
    self reliant
    stable
    optimistic
    likes change
    believes in choice more than fate
    good at building things
    does not make enemies
    good at fixing things
    gets along with others
    has more desire than fear
    self confident

    Organised
    more logical than abstract
    uncomfortable when things are imperfect
    values tradition
    values hard work

    Unstructured
    likes to look wierd
    likes to go to concerts
    impulsive
    more likely to enjoy drinking and smoking
    likes night life and crowds
    prefers the unfamiliar
    likes to be different

    Accommodating
    happiest when giving to others
    not self absorbed
    compassionate
    sympathetic
    not manipulative
    gets along with others
    does not make enemies
    constructive

    Egocentric
    competitive
    controlling
    needs to have the upper hand in relationships
    not afraid of conflict
    does not like to admit making mistakes
    quick tempered
    blunt
    suspicious
    wants to be famous
    influenced more by self than others
    decisive

    Non-curious
    dislikes science fiction
    search for identity has not played a big role in their life
    not nerdy
    not mystical
    not particulary introspective
    not a loner

    Inquisitive
    detaches to analyze factors from multiple perspectives
    regularly uses ideas and tools to transform understanding
    enjoys playing with random interconnections between ideas and patterns
    good at fixing things
    more comfortable around adults as a child
    problem solver
    relys on mind more than on others

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    My thing is Scuan too, whatever that means :P


    Test Results

    Extroversion |||||||||||||||||| 76%
    Emotional Stability |||||||||||||||||| 73%
    Orderliness || 10%
    Accommodation |||||||||||||||||| 73%
    Inquisitiveness |||||| 30%

    Your sloan type is SCUAN
    Your primary type is Unstructured

    You are social, calm, unstructured, accommodating, and non-intellectual, and may prefer a city which matches those traits.

    The largest representation of your personality type can be found in the these U.S. cities: Memphis, Reno, Orange County, Louisville, Oklahoma City, Milwaukee, W. Palm Beach, Providence, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Cincinnati, Nashville, Houston and these international countries/regions China, Netherlands, Croatia, Wales, Denmark, Australia, England, Taiwan, Belgium, Scotland, Turkey, Switzerland, Japan, South Korea, Spain


    Cerebral Test Results

    You scored as 32 % Cerebral

    This test measures a cluster of traits which approximate the cerebral personality type. Scoring highly suggests you are likely to be very inquisitive, exploring, scientific, contemplative, self-examining, and philosophical. Low scorers, will generally tend towards the opposite of the above. They will tend to be more conventional, less curious and analytical, less focused on the big picture / global variables, and more comfortable identifying as part of maintream culture.


    ..funny. Although I have to comment on that last line here.. I HATE mainstream culture.. I despise it more than anything!

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    I got Scuei

    and Inquisitive.

    I don't really agree with the SCUEI. There are a few things that fit my personality, but the majority of it is B.S.

    Example: All of these are Wrong about me....

    ...does not value rules and regulations, prefers unpredictable to organized , not bothered by disorder, often does not know what they are doing, does not readily admit mistakes, not a perfectionist, not apologetic, disorganized, sexually immodest (Some people wish! j/k), often late, likes the
    spotlight, ambivalent about the needs of others, acts without thinking or planning, bad at saving money, selfish.



    And...

    76% Cerebral

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