Personality Type Checklist

14+ years

About the Checklist:

Brief-write up

Personality refers to unique characteristics exhibited by individuals across different situations. In simple terms, personality determines the way we talk, behave and carry ourselves in different situations. The main objective of any personality test is to help individuals find out their specific traits/characteristics and understand their unique patterns of behaviours.
There are different types of personality tests, however, the most prominent one is the Big Five Personality Test. According to the Big Five Factors, the following are the five personality traits - extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, openness and neuroticism.
These five traits serve as the emerging blocks of the personality of any individual. These traits are measured in the continuum/range and the individual’s personality is determined based on the extent to which one falls between both extremes.

Why use this checklist?

Eblity’s Personality Checklist is adapted from the Big Five Inventory (BFI) that measures the personality traits and behavioural characteristics of individuals on five dimensions - OCEAN:
Openness (O) - It refers to the tendency or capacity to enjoy new experiences. Openness to exploration and new learning are key aspects of openness.
Conscientiousness (C) - It refers to the tendency to engage in goal-directed activities, be highly thoughtful and capacity to manage/control impulse.
Extraversion (E) - It is characterized by a high level of sociability, emotional and verbal expressiveness.
Agreeableness (A) - It refers to the tendency to engage in altruistic or prosocial behaviours.
Neuroticism (N) - It refers to emotional instability and lack of emotional awareness and management.  

By gaining an insight into your personality characteristics and behavioural pattern - an individual would be better able to understand oneself and their strengths and weaknesses.

Who can use this checklist?

Parents, Caregivers Professionals, and Educators who are wanting to determine your child’s personality pattern.
It can be used with children from higher grades, especially age 16 years and above whose behavioural patterns and responses to different situations are more stable and evolved.

You can also use this checklist to gain better insights into your personality type and how it influences your approach as a parent/teacher and impact your relationship with your child.

Point to Note/Disclaimer

This checklist is an indication of your child’s and your personality type based on how structured your personality is at a given point in time.

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Behavioral and General