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The Difficult Person Test (Negative Personality Trait Test) is a personality test developed by the Arealme team. This test provides a new perspective on the personality of the test participant in six dimensions, which can broadly reflect the presence and severity of your negative personality in social interactions.
We're all a little difficult sometimes, but self-awareness is the first step. Take this quick quiz to find out how your personality traits may get you cancelled.
Reminder: This quiz is designed to be a fun way to increase self-awareness of potentially difficult personality traits. It is not intended as a diagnostic tool. The results will describe your traits when taken to the extreme and thus should be used only to the extent you find them helpful.
The Negative Personality Traits Test has 42 questions, with a radar chart as a result. It focuses on the negative personality traits of the participant. In addition, we also introduce each negative trait, as well as ways to improve it.
Yes, you can answer each question in accordance with how you think the test taker would behave. However, if you are unsure about the person's answer to a certain question, sometimes you may need to make subjective speculation. The more questions you have to guess, the less accurate and reliable the results are. In addition, the so-called "behavior" will come from your knowledge of the person. In which case, the accuracy is somewhat compromised, and not as accurate when compared to testing yourself.
You focus on your world and inner feelings. You are a thinker, a loner, and tend to hide your true ideas. You don't express your feelings with sweet words, so you often leave others with the impression that "It's none of my business". If you want to be more social, you might as well try to embrace and accept people; respect and understand the diversity of society. It would be great if you can find like-minded friends or trustworthy partners and express your emotional needs and true thoughts bravely to them. And try to care more about others to warm up your heart a bit.
You are perceptive and insecure. Sometimes you may fall into pessimism, which creates imaginary enemies for yourself. You have a strong sense of self-defense and cannot trust others easily. If you want to live a more relaxed and natural life, why not try starting with 'don't think too much'? When under pressure, you tend to doubt everything around you. In cases such as these, it is better to shift your attention and relax your tense nerves. Remember, don't think too much or too deeply about everything.
You have a distinctive sense of love and hate, just like a hero. You are decisive and assertive, which makes you strive for the best in everything, but also can put pressure on others. However, a powerful person is never afraid to show weakness. Want to become more approachable? It's a good idea to start listening to other people's opinions and learn to respect and think in other ways. Meanwhile, you could also pay more attention to your words and describe your thoughts gracefully. Admitting your weaknesses is actually a way to free yourself from the state of preparedness.
You are a determined person with strong beliefs in your own knowledge and faith. You are always so demanding of yourself that you would never cut corners to achieve any goals in your life. However, occasional bouts of stubbornness will cloud your vision and build up your ego. It's probably time for you to start trusting the people around you, and appreciating their existence. Listen more, understand more, and reply to them accordingly instead of being like the same-old "tough lemon" you've always been, so you can feel the joy that stable social relationships bring you. You'll find that listening to different opinions extensively certainly helps a lot, especially when it comes to the major decisions in life.
You often find confidence through the gaze of others. Therefore, although you may often look radiant and glamorous, over time, your dramatic thoughts and actions - and even a severely emotional, impulsive personality - can cause people around you to reject and alienate you. To get rid of the "exaggerated" label, you can start by listening more to the real voice around you. Don't try to get others' attention and compliments, and don't be overly concerned about what others think. In addition, looking directly at your true, imperfect self can help you become better.
You are pragmatic and used to thinking rationally in everything. You even think about getting the most out of everything you say and do. However, this can also make you weary and get you labeled as "petty" and "selfish" by others. As the saying goes, "every man for himself, and the Devil take the hindmost". But sometimes, too much attention to your interests can lead to narrow-mindedness. How about starting to change yourself by "losing out"? This is not really to suffer financial or spiritual losses, but to take your eyes off of yourself, to open up your horizons, and to find more beauty and joy in your life.