In the table below, for each statement 1-50 mark how much you agree with on the scale 1-5, where 1=disagree,
2=slightly disagree, 3=neutral, 4=slightly agree and 5=agree, in the box to the left of it
How the Big Five Traits Describe Personality
Individuals are typically described in terms of having high, average, or low levels of the five personality factors. Each factor is independent from the others, so someone might be high in Extroversion and low in Agreeableness. To gain a full picture of an individual using the Big Five model, it's necessary to know how they measure up on each of the five dimensions. You can measure your own levels of the Big Five personality traits with a Big Five personality test.