Topics: Psychology, Personality psychology, Dissociative identity disorder Pages: 2 (902 words) Published: February 26, 2013
Essay on self review

Last semester we made two test about self perception in the personal development classes. It were two different tests, the first one was the Belbin self perception tests, and with this test you had to divide 10 points in every section. By doing this tests you got a nice view of who you are and what kind of person you are. The second test was the personal style inventory, and this test was about how you came across to others. You had to divide 5 points for every question, for example 1A 2 points, and 1B 3 points. The first test we did was the Belbin self perception test. By answering the question you got a score for every profile, and the profile with the highest score should fit you the most. According to this test I was a Shaper. Keywords for a shaper are: Challenging, Dynamic, thrives on pressure, has the drive and courage to overcome obstacles. And weaknesses for shapers are: Can provoke others, tends to hurt people’s feelings. The second test was the personal style inventory. My personality signature was ESTJ according to this test. A ESTJ is a stabilizer and is practical, realistic, matter-of-fact, with a natural head for business and mechanics. Not interested in subjects for which they see no use, but can apply themselves when necessary. Like to organize and run activities. May be impatient with others or impetuous. Like to be involved in community activities. I could really find myself in the results of these two tests. I could recognize many aspects and characteristics of the profiles I had according to these two tests. I saw myself as challenging, dynamic and, work better when I feel pressure, and I can overcome obstacles. I also recognized the weaknesses, I can sometimes hurt people’s feelings when I am being too hard. I could also recognize myself in the ESTJ. I am only interested in relevant subjects, I am realistic, I am a organizer and might me impatient sometimes. When I am looking back at the results of the two self...
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