p1DF2 : Thursday, 12 March, 2020
p1DO2 : NA
p1DO3 : 10
p1DP3 : 43
p1DQ3 : 28
p1DO4 : Asperger's / autism (specify…)
p1DP4 : female
p1DQ4 : 31-40
p1DR4 : In addition to high functioning Aspergers I have moderate OCD, mild RA, get hormonal migraines, have a family history of stroke & am highly fertile. My IQ tested officially at 16 & again at 24 is 149. I had never heard of this test before & did no prior research. I somewhat agree with my results; I scored much too low in perfectionism & focus, most glaringly, & a bit too high in narcissism & extroversion, IMO. I think I’m pretty high in all 3 NPA aspects, and should be NPA (N > P > A but I think all very close probably in the 70s-80s). It definitely got my very low S (lowest score of all, 10) right. Nearly all of the questions which listed multiple traits I was unable to answer strongly, bc I’m just too eccentric, I’d guess. And the perfectionism questions were too linked with slowness, reticence, introversion, etc - I’m VERY fast & decisive but also extremely analytical & methodical. I like the concept but the questions are awful, much to narrow, and I disagree with the linking of certain traits. I much prefer Myers Briggs; I think ENTJ is more accurately fit me than any other type from any other system (99% N, 75%T, 65% E, 60% J). Though I do think the Neuroticism aspect of the Big 5 is an excellent addition lacking in MB. I hope these comments are useful & thanks for the new & interesting test!
Computer output: Sanguine NA type with low S score of 10. High temperament T and extroversion E scores. Low F score. High N score.
Comment: Basically, the test indicates a high-temperament NA type with low S score, which the algorithm interpreted as “narcissistic-aggressive type”. The subject makes a case for her having “all three aspects”, i.e., being an NPA+ type, and indeed the correlation coefficient for NPA+ was high. Although NPA+ type is a possibility, the multiple diagnoses and non-perfectionistic chattiness of the comment are more indicative of NA type.
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