There are even times when self-assessment examinations and tests reveal personality traits that surprise one as being eminent as a self-image or concept. In this regard, the objective of the report is to indicate an assessment of oneself using several indicators such as The Big Five Locator (Emotional Stability, Extroversion, and Openness to Experience, Agreeableness, and Conscientiousness), Visual/Nonverbal Learning Style, and the Hemisphere Dominance Test, and Interactive Styles, among others, to give a clearer understanding of one’s assessment, as an individual, to be used for future endeavors.
According to Dr. Joachim de Posada (2003), the Big Five Locator Personality Test aims in assisting an individual to “define issues that may be important to (one’s) effectiveness in a leadership capacity” (1). The focal areas upon answering well designed questions would determine an individual’s preponderance to the following: emotional stability, extroversion, openness to experience, agreeableness, and conscientiousness.
After taking the examination, the results reveal the following: emotional stability (14) with a norm score of 48 indicating responsiveness or practically a balanced emotional stability rating; extroversion (19) with a norm score of 57 which clearly manifests traits of extroversion as assertive, sociable, warm, optimistic, and even talkative, to some extent; openness to experience (11) and a norm score of 40 indicating the traits of a preserver, or someone with low openness to experience – one who is conservative, efficient with a great depth of knowledge, among others; agreeableness (20) with a 55 norm score which clearly manifests traits of being a negotiator – someone who is balanced in argumentation and in conflict resolution skills; and finally, conscientiousness scored 17 with a norm score of 50, which