What does it analyze?

Extraversion

How much a person likes being around others. It is about where a person gets their energy and how they interact socially. In general, extroverts draw energy or recharge by interacting with others, while introverts are more socially reserved and replenish their energy with loneliness.

The facets of the extraversion trait are:

Activity level

Assertiveness

Cheerfulness

Excitement-seeking

Outgoing

Gregariousness

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Professionals used to personality psychometrics are used to interpreting the traits and facets of the OCEAN model. If this is not your case, below you will find non-exhaustive information to understand the meaning of the scores, which you should interpret with the help of professionals.

DEFINITIONS AND RANGES

EXTRAVERSION RANGES
More reserved personality. Introverted profiles are more reflective and less like being part of large groups of people. They prefer to settle into a routine and spend time with their closest environment. People with low extroversion are likely to be people of few words, quiet, introspective, reserved, and thoughtful, which does not imply unhappiness or pessimism.How much a person likes being around others. It is about where a person gets their energy and how they interact socially. In general, extroverts draw energy or recharge by interacting with others, while introverts are more socially reserved and replenish their energy with loneliness.People with high extroversion tend to seek opportunities for social interaction, where they are often the “life of the party.” They are comfortable with others, they are sociable, assertive, and prone to action rather than contemplation. They enjoy change, take risks, and frequently show enthusiasm and dynamism. At very high ranges, excess extroversion can end up draining energy.Facetas extraversión
Activity level: Need to occupy yourself. Preference for dynamism and activity
Assertiveness: Expressing thoughts and controlling situations without feeling intimidated in a group
Cheerfulness: Tendency to frequently experience joy and happiness
Excitement-seeking: Search for sources of stimulation and risk-taking
Outgoing: Ability to bond easily
Sociability / Gregariousness: Preference for being in the company of other people

Extraversion facets ranges

Being a reserved person and not admitting many peopleReservedOutgoingExtrovertedMake friends easily and feel comfortable surrounded by other people
Have a strong desire to have time for oneselfIndependentGregariousnessSociableEnjoy being in the company of other people
Prefer listening to speaking, especially in group settingsSelf-consciousAssertivenessAssertiveTend to speak your mind and take control of situations, and be comfortable leading groups
Being serious in general and not joking around a lotSeriousCheerfulnessCheerfulBe a happy person and a tendency to share emotions
Appreciate a relaxed pace of lifeParsimoniousActivity levelEnergeticEnjoy a fast-paced and busy schedule
Prefer quiet, calm and safe activitiesCalmExcitement-seekingThrill seekingSearch for challenges, challenging activities and new sensations

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