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I don't know how accurate you'll find it, but I thought it was an entertaining test. Give it a shot if you're bored.

https://www.psychologies.co.uk/tests/who-do-you-think-you-are.html

My results seem to describe me well.


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I pretend to be myself

The simulated self:
The personality you project to others is not really you – you like to control your image and the way you appear. This allows you to adapt easily to any environment, to be appreciated, integrated and to perform well. You are good at achieving your goals and people find you charming. You never deliberately try to fool people, but you possess a simple reflex that allows you to meet others’ expectations. When you’re having a difficult time or going through a period of self-realisation, however, you become aware that things are far more complicated than those who know or work with you could ever imagine. You do run the risk of losing sight of who you really are and what you actually aspire to, though, and there is a chance you might appear superficial. You often feel under pressure and even anxious. Why don’t you risk offending or not conforming sometimes? Hiding in the desires of others is sometimes gratifying, but ultimately alienating if you can’t escape from them. You need to sort out your constructed personality from your private one. You’re allowed to be in a bad mood, frown or look unfashionable, and you don’t always have to perform. In short, you have the right to disappoint those around you sometimes.


Doesn't this just describe everyone.
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If you got a smack when you were a child, you:

-Ran off to your room as soon as you could, with your head bowed
-Told whoever had hit you that it didn’t hurt
-Answered back that children shouldn’t be treated that way
-Thought it wasn’t fair


Where's the "I eventually realized I was being an asshole that probably deserved it", option? lol

I mean I guess it would have been option 4, initially...? Ah well, voting that.


I pretend to be myself

The simulated self: The personality you project to others is not really you – you like to control your image and the way you appear. This allows you to adapt easily to any environment, to be appreciated, integrated and to perform well. You are good at achieving your goals and people find you charming. You never deliberately try to fool people, but you possess a simple reflex that allows you to meet others’ expectations. When you’re having a difficult time or going through a period of self-realisation, however, you become aware that things are far more complicated than those who know or work with you could ever imagine. You do run the risk of losing sight of who you really are and what you actually aspire to, though, and there is a chance you might appear superficial. You often feel under pressure and even anxious. Why don’t you risk offending or not conforming sometimes? Hiding in the desires of others is sometimes gratifying, but ultimately alienating if you can’t escape from them. You need to sort out your constructed personality from your private one. You’re allowed to be in a bad mood, frown or look unfashionable, and you don’t always have to perform. In short, you have the right to disappoint those around you sometimes.


Don't have much else to say to that but, okay.
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I can't even do this test without lying. The options are too limited and clearly not designed for the introverted. Most of mine were "I don't give a shit", "Leave and play video games", and "Tell them to get out of my house and stop desecrating the pool".

Like even the romantic relationship one, there wasn't a "I didn't give a fuck about people and studied my ass off".

Just no.

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I try to be myself

The secure self: You do your best to be yourself at all times. To you it’s possible and desirable to express your whole personality. You’re not ashamed to admit limitations or talk about your faults, and have no difficulty in recognising your qualities or celebrating your strong points. In your mind this is the only way to live. This makes you a very pleasant and secure friend. Your behaviour reassures those around you who doubt themselves, while encouraging them to seek their own role and direction in life. With you, things are simple and natural. This is the best situation for everyone. Well, almost… Be careful of your discreet self-satisfaction, which can cause psychological immobility. Although it can create stability and be beneficial to your emotional wellbeing, your attitude of self-tolerance is not quite so good for your personal development. Discomfort and frustration can be powerful and necessary catalysts for change in life. Being content is one thing, but stagnating is quite another.
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...and I thought Cosmo had some terrible quizzes.
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I try to be myself

The secure self: You do your best to be yourself at all times. To you it’s possible and desirable to express your whole personality. You’re not ashamed to admit limitations or talk about your faults, and have no difficulty in recognising your qualities or celebrating your strong points. In your mind this is the only way to live. This makes you a very pleasant and secure friend. Your behaviour reassures those around you who doubt themselves, while encouraging them to seek their own role and direction in life. With you, things are simple and natural. This is the best situation for everyone. Well, almost… Be careful of your discreet self-satisfaction, which can cause psychological immobility. Although it can create stability and be beneficial to your emotional wellbeing, your attitude of self-tolerance is not quite so good for your personal development. Discomfort and frustration can be powerful and necessary catalysts for change in life. Being content is one thing, but stagnating is quite another.


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Looks like a test designed to give the test giver's desired results.
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I try to be myself

The secure self: You do your best to be yourself at all times. To you it’s possible and desirable to express your whole personality. You’re not ashamed to admit limitations or talk about your faults, and have no difficulty in recognising your qualities or celebrating your strong points. In your mind this is the only way to live. This makes you a very pleasant and secure friend. Your behaviour reassures those around you who doubt themselves, while encouraging them to seek their own role and direction in life. With you, things are simple and natural. This is the best situation for everyone. Well, almost… Be careful of your discreet self-satisfaction, which can cause psychological immobility. Although it can create stability and be beneficial to your emotional wellbeing, your attitude of self-tolerance is not quite so good for your personal development. Discomfort and frustration can be powerful and necessary catalysts for change in life. Being content is one thing, but stagnating is quite another.
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I pretend to be myself

The simulated self: The personality you project to others is not really you – you like to control your image and the way you appear. This allows you to adapt easily to any environment, to be appreciated, integrated and to perform well. You are good at achieving your goals and people find you charming. You never deliberately try to fool people, but you possess a simple reflex that allows you to meet others’ expectations. When you’re having a difficult time or going through a period of self-realisation, however, you become aware that things are far more complicated than those who know or work with you could ever imagine. You do run the risk of losing sight of who you really are and what you actually aspire to, though, and there is a chance you might appear superficial. You often feel under pressure and even anxious. Why don’t you risk offending or not conforming sometimes? Hiding in the desires of others is sometimes gratifying, but ultimately alienating if you can’t escape from them. You need to sort out your constructed personality from your private one. You’re allowed to be in a bad mood, frown or look unfashionable, and you don’t always have to perform. In short, you have the right to disappoint those around you sometimes.


Same thing as everyone else it seems.
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So same as the majority.
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Results: I try to be myself

Honestly most of the answers weren't even close to how I would respond.
But I feel like the results are a fair conclusion.
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Posted 8/1/17
I got the pretend to be myself one.

Pretty accurate though.
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