Essay on The Personality Tests Of Child Psychology

872 Words Sep 4th, 2014 4 Pages
In Child Psychology, we were required to complete four personality tests. With the results, you could find out whether or not you are people-oriented or task oriented, an extrovert or an introvert, if you are an auditory learner or a visual learner, and a few others. In my opinion, these tests allowed everyone to learn a little bit more about themselves. Many of my classmates are working towards a degree that aims to better the lives of people around us; nurses, educators, therapists. By taking these tests, we are able to show potential employers how we learn and how we work. Employers will be able to tell if you are able to work well in group settings, or by yourself. They will try to put you in situations to where you are most productive for their company or business. In the meantime, the professors and educators around us need to know the best way to teach us so we can reach our goals. With these tests, they are able to work with us in the most effective way possible. I will discuss my results from the DISC test, the Jung Typology test, the Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences test, and the Finding Your Strengths test. For the DISC test, there were 28 questions to answer. Throughout these questions, you have to pick one answer out of four that was most like you and one that wasn’t like you at all. From there, the website could determine your level of Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance. According to my results, my Dominance level is 2%, my Influence…

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