Based & Redpilled Personality Test

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Anyone notice the trend that a majority of incels have low sociability including myself?
 

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You did pretty well robbie!
The only person to score above a 50 on sociability.

"Extraversion"

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OPENNESS TO EXPERIENCE
33 out of 100
Low openness to experience: Researchers are still trying to figure you out. Some studies have famously suggested that you’re more likely to be politically conservative or even pro-authoritarian. You like order, after all. You don’t like change. But other scientists have argued that it’s a mistake to look at low openness through the lens of left vs. right. Instead, they say, it’s more about ideological extremity and willingness to change your mind. In other words, if you aren’t a little uncomfortably far right, you’re probably a little uncomfortably far left. Either way, people may edge away from you at dinner parties, and you’re now righteously angry at this quiz for questioning your beliefs.


AGREEABLENESS
13 out of 100
Low agreeableness: If life seems a little unfair, that’s because it sort of is. To you. Personally. As a kid, you were probably a little less naturally friendly and a little more prone to anger, cynicism and mistrust than your peers were. And those traits probably made you more likely to have negative interactions with those peers — which then may have made you even less agreeable. By the time low agreeable people hit adulthood, they’re at risk for a whole host of unpleasant outcomes, including criminal records, reduced financial and job success, and higher rates of coronary heart disease. The good news is that you have to be pretty extremely un-agreeable for those correlative outcomes to kick in — think the bottom 10 percent. But, even if that’s you, the headlines aren’t all gloomy. Low agreeableness is associated with success in highly competitive jobs in which nobody expects you to be perky and pleasant. And those tend to pay well. So at least you can frown all the way to the bank.


CONSCIENTIOUSNESS
42 out of 100
Moderate conscientiousness: The highly conscientious are detail-oriented goal-setters who dot their i’s, cross their t’s and keep detailed spreadsheets of all the times they did that. They tend to do well at work, be productive at home and lean toward being religious. People with low conscientiousness, on the other hand, are slovenly types who smoke and drink and tend to not finish the chores they said they’d get done. There are benefits and drawbacks to people on both ends of the spectrum, but if we had to choose a roommate, we’d pick you — someone in the middle.

NEGATIVE EMOTIONALITY
100 out of 100
High negative emotionality: Conflict in relationships doesn’t have to be inherently destructive, and thank goodness for that, because your tendency toward anger, frustration and anxiety means your relationships probably have plenty of tension. What’s more, you’re likely carrying that predisposition toward conflict with you from relationship to relationship. The good news is that other parts of your personality affect relationship quality, too. Nobody is only one trait. For example, higher scores on extraversion are correlated with satisfying marriages, so a person with high negative emotionality and high extraversion might have a very different relationship history than someone high in negative emotionality and low in extraversion.



It's Over, I'm officially a loser and a psychopath.
 

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OPENNESS TO EXPERIENCE
33 out of 100
Low openness to experience: Researchers are still trying to figure you out. Some studies have famously suggested that you’re more likely to be politically conservative or even pro-authoritarian. You like order, after all. You don’t like change. But other scientists have argued that it’s a mistake to look at low openness through the lens of left vs. right. Instead, they say, it’s more about ideological extremity and willingness to change your mind. In other words, if you aren’t a little uncomfortably far right, you’re probably a little uncomfortably far left. Either way, people may edge away from you at dinner parties, and you’re now righteously angry at this quiz for questioning your beliefs.


AGREEABLENESS
13 out of 100
Low agreeableness: If life seems a little unfair, that’s because it sort of is. To you. Personally. As a kid, you were probably a little less naturally friendly and a little more prone to anger, cynicism and mistrust than your peers were. And those traits probably made you more likely to have negative interactions with those peers — which then may have made you even less agreeable. By the time low agreeable people hit adulthood, they’re at risk for a whole host of unpleasant outcomes, including criminal records, reduced financial and job success, and higher rates of coronary heart disease. The good news is that you have to be pretty extremely un-agreeable for those correlative outcomes to kick in — think the bottom 10 percent. But, even if that’s you, the headlines aren’t all gloomy. Low agreeableness is associated with success in highly competitive jobs in which nobody expects you to be perky and pleasant. And those tend to pay well. So at least you can frown all the way to the bank.


CONSCIENTIOUSNESS
42 out of 100
Moderate conscientiousness: The highly conscientious are detail-oriented goal-setters who dot their i’s, cross their t’s and keep detailed spreadsheets of all the times they did that. They tend to do well at work, be productive at home and lean toward being religious. People with low conscientiousness, on the other hand, are slovenly types who smoke and drink and tend to not finish the chores they said they’d get done. There are benefits and drawbacks to people on both ends of the spectrum, but if we had to choose a roommate, we’d pick you — someone in the middle.

NEGATIVE EMOTIONALITY
100 out of 100
High negative emotionality: Conflict in relationships doesn’t have to be inherently destructive, and thank goodness for that, because your tendency toward anger, frustration and anxiety means your relationships probably have plenty of tension. What’s more, you’re likely carrying that predisposition toward conflict with you from relationship to relationship. The good news is that other parts of your personality affect relationship quality, too. Nobody is only one trait. For example, higher scores on extraversion are correlated with satisfying marriages, so a person with high negative emotionality and high extraversion might have a very different relationship history than someone high in negative emotionality and low in extraversion.



It's Over, I'm officially a loser and a psychopath.
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