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I was reviewing my personality test results from, and I found some of the characteristics I never thought I have before. Maybe you’ll find something interesting about me through this Test results..
Alan, you’re a Millionaire Material Medium High!

less millionaire material more millionaire material

Ever thought about buying an SUV and joining a tennis club? You should, because you were made for the elite. We can tell that you enjoy many of the finer things in life, but for some reason you just can’t make the leap to "millionaire material." Sure, that’s a step down from the top of the money pile, but it’s probably all for the best. Why? Perhaps because, when it comes down to it, you enjoy fun more than money. Cash is all well and good, and we can tell that you’re pretty good at saving your dough when you put your mind to it, but you’d rather spend time outdoors, hang out with friends, or plan your next big trip than drool over your bank balance. After all, what’s money for if you can’t enjoy it?

Alan, you’re an Art Director!

Suit, schmuit. For you, work isn’t about power lunches and hostile takeovers. You’re all about creativity and inspiration. That’s why you’d be an ideal Art Director. We can just picture you at a draft table or computer, cooking up the perfect logo or layout. Passionate and imaginative, you’re better than anyone at coming up with ingenious solutions to difficult problems. (And at making them look great!) You’ve got artistic flare and then some, and you’re a pretty darn good leader, too. Nothing’s more exciting than brainstorming with a group of talented, creative people and seeing a project take shape, right? No doubt about it, there’s a promotion in your future. So keep up the good work!

Alan, you’re a Rock Star!

Your personality is actually determined by two personality sub-types – your primary, or dominant sub-type, and your secondary sub-type. You are a Rock Star which means you are a Success / Seeker Your primary sub-type is defined by "Success" characteristics and your secondary sub-type is defined by "Seeker" characteristics.

That means you crave attention, the limelight, and the fawning admiration of millions. Chances are you have a bevy of fans and friends, and you like knowing how much others appreciate you. On top of this, you’re a go-getter and you really shine under pressure.

How do we know all this? How do we know that you believe in making a good impression? How could we have divined that you have to love what you do, or else your performance slips?

Because while you were taking the test, you answered four different types of questions — questions that measured confidence, apprehension, willingness to take risks, and your focus on experience versus appearance — the primary traits that determine your personality. Based on your responses, we determined your personality type, Rock Star.

And that’s just scratching the surface.

Alan, your best quality shines through in how Independent you are
The fact that you’re an independent person who is usually able to handle things in a self-sufficient manner really draws people to you! But that’s not the only thing. Your answers on the test indicate you’re psychologically and emotionally stable and better able than most people to tolerate even the roughest situations. You are a romantic and affectionate person who can radiate passion — whether for certain ideas or for matters of love, too.

In all, there are 15 qualities that help define you when you’re at your best. Those are the traits potential employers, friends, and partners look for in you. What makes you unique is your particular distribution of those 15 qualities.

We’ve found that your particular combination of qualities is rare — only 6 in 10,000 people share the same general mix of traits. Those are great odds if you’re trying to show a potential employer, colleague, friend, or date why you’re exactly the right person for them.

Alan, you’re a Monkey!

Don’t go bananas — in your former life you were a tiny monkey named Oompa. Here’s what we know about you: Adorably sweet demeanor and sharp as a tack, you found success working with a street performer named Juan, who worshipped you and treated you like his own child. He bought you a gold satin jumpsuit with royal blue ruffles, a matching top hat, and a sequined bag for donations. He would play your favorite disco tunes on his accordion, prompting you to dance around and flirt with the crowd while you collected spare change and picked pockets. Everybody loved you. And you loved everybody. You and Juan took your gig around the country and raked in the riches. You were one happy little monkey.