Are You a T-Rex, Triceratops or Velociraptor, Based on Your Myers-Briggs Personality?

By: Zoe Samuel
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About This Quiz

The Myers-Briggs personality test has been used for decades to determine personality types, using personality aspects identified in the early 20th century. Because even Fortune 500 corporations use the Myers-Briggs in their human resources testing, courses offering ways to "hack" the test are all over the internet, offering users the "code" to getting assigned the personality type often favored by employers.

Just as the Myers-Briggs test identified different personality types, adapted to specific kinds of jobs and responsibilities, animal evolution developed simple creatures into the vast array of dinosaurs that once ruled land and sea. Some dinosaurs adapted to eating flora, evolving long necks for eating from trees, or stout, compact bodies for feeding off the ground. Some dinosaurs evolved for a diet of meat, with further curious evolutionary quirks intended to make stalking specific prey much easier. As a result, dinosaurs come in a huge variety of shapes and sizes suited to their unique challenges, be it eating strange vegetation, chasing unusual prey, or surviving the constant predation of some of the most terrifying lizards of all time.

Today, we will use the Myers-Briggs to determine what kind of dinosaur you are, based on the standard questions that might otherwise tell you something as dull as how extroverted you are. Take this quiz and find out, via Myers-Briggs, which dinosaur you are!

Which do you value more, making a plan, or freedom from commitments?

How hard is it to fire a buddy who worked for you doing a bad job?

How often do your dreams have to do with real world events?

Do you daydream when you go for a walk?

How fast do you become a part of your job's social scene?

How easy is it to stay cool under pressure?

Do you control your emotions, or are they in control of you?

How often do you steer the work group?

Do you stress when people don't get back to by email?

How rarely do you do something out of just wanting to see if it will work?

How likely is it you'll dream just because you think it's cool?

What do you like to watch for fun?

How often do you daydream?

Is organization or adaptability more important?

How often do you find yourself blind to your surroundings because you're lost in thought?

What's more important, making sure people feel OK, or being right?

Do you think of yourself as a bench warmer?

How does public speaking make you feel?

Do you think of the meaning of life very often?

Do your fantasies about the future distract you often?

Do you work better off routine or inspiration?

When do you feel you have to justify yourself?

When do you like to do your housekeeping chores, in the morning, or the evening?

Do you worry, and if so how much, about the affect on others your actions produce?

Do you like to be the center of attention?

Do you feel insecure very often?

How often do you fail in your organization and misplace something?

How difficult do you find the skill of empathy?

Are you often upset by others?

Is being correct more important than being cooperative?

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