Me no like tests

I never liked serious personality tests. I don’t like my personality assessed. While I welcome critiques about my person, I usually don’t rely on psychologists telling me that I’m like this and like that. I guess I like the real me, whoever that is, to be a mystery and not laid down on the table, both flaws and good traits defined.

Anyway, I mentioned it because our department is slated to take the MBTI test this afternoon. Truth be told, I like answering surveys on anything, from celebrities to romantic qualities, but I don’t take them seriously. As is the case when I answer essays, I am pretty much a pleaser; I think of what would appeal to the one who will read it, or in the case of random meme generators, what would give the better result among the available ones. I guess it doesn’t say that I am shallow, though I am, but more importantly, how guarded I am with the real me, that I don’t even allow my own self to access it, just for a reality check. There could also be something about me that I dread knowing. Something that I am still in denial of, that I don’t want surfacing anytime now, basically because I don’t see the need for it.

So whatever happens in the exam that they will administer later, I will let it speak for how much I want myself to be assessed. I don’t know if these kind of pyschological exams can be manipulated by the one who answers it. Not to say that I will lie later, but you know, especially when there are uncomfirmed rumors of realignment with staffing, your ultimate survival would naturally take first priority above any fancy form of self-definition. We can save that for blogs or informal social gatherings.

2 thoughts on “Me no like tests

  1. Hey hanagirl! yup, this will be my permanent blog na. hopefully. joke! no, seriously, i’m going to maintain this na from now on. thanks for dropping by 🙂 nice new layout, too!

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