Individuals have the ability to lock-in or reassess particular dimensions of their personality...
Individuals have the ability to lock-in or reassess particular dimensions of their personality, ensuring they have a complete picture of their OCEAN personality traits. Should a person want to reassess a particular dimension, they can simply revisit different tracks related to the particular OCEAN and gain another OCEAN score. When an individual is satisfied their personality score reflects their 'real me', they can lock-in a dimension.
Individuals can retake two dimensions, once they have locked-in three dimensions of their choice. For this to take place, individuals are asked to share their profile with an independent audience - this gives an opportunity for friends/family to rate an individual’s profile on how much it truly sounds like them.
Use the padlock and retake icons to decide what you want to keep...
and what you want to retake...
The Unpredictable Creative
You have an appreciation and sensitivity towards aesthetics, beauty and art, and like to experience a variety of cultures. New experiences are pleasant for you – you embrace the different and unconventional with your flexible way of thinking. People view you as somewhat of an intellectual, as you are prone to seeking knowledge to gain an insight to the world around you.
The Outgoing Optimist
You are socially active, with an enthusiasm for meeting new people. You are great at moving into action and feel at home when taking part in large social events, such as parties and concerts. You have a large circle of friends and acquaintances, who may consider you as a ‘people person’. You can take the lead in a conversation with ease, as you are confident and outgoing.
The Emotional Manager
Your emotions are fairly secure and stable, although you can become sensitive to certain concerns in your own life or in the world in general. You have a fair amount of emotional control, but you can become upset in face of stressful and frustrating situations. Most of the time, other people would describe you as a well‐balanced person.
The Focused Achiever
You have a sense of self-discipline, and use a well-organised approach to life in order to accomplish the tasks that you set yourself. You take a thoughtful, calculated approach to decisions, with the focus on achieving the best possible outcome and making the most of your abilities. You strive to excel and have a strong sense of direction and self-motivation. Others view you as hard-working, and as someone they can rely and depend upon.
The Self-Preserving Competitor
You have a competitive nature and a clear outlook on life. You march to the beat of your own drum, and don’t worry about the views of others who disagree with you. You don’t trust other people easily and you are not afraid of arguments when you know you are right. You are happy to discuss your achievements. You do not suffer fools gladly, but others may therefore view you as impatient.