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Impressions

Impressions quiz

Discover how others see you and the kind of impression people have of you.

Answer these ten questions to learn how others see you.

Analysis

Score: Over 60 points

Others see you as someone they should "handle with care". You are sometimes perceived as self-centered and dominant. Others may admire you, wishing they could be more like you, but hesitate to become too deeply involved with you.

Score: 51 to 60 points

Others see you as an exciting, impulsive personality; a natural leader, quick to make decisions. They see you as bold and adventuresome, a real trooper. They appreciate your enthusiasm and enjoy being in your company.

Score: 41 to 50 points

Others see you as fresh, charming, and practical; someone who is popular, but composed and unpretentious. They also see you as considerate and understanding; always there for your friends.

Score: 31 to 40 points

Others see you as sensible, practical and modest. You are known to reciprocate the loyalty bestowed upon you, and those who know you well, realize it takes a lot to shake your trust in your friends. Equally, if that trust is ever broken, you are deeply affected.

Score: 21 to 30 points

Your friends see you as meticulous and thorough, and sometimes even fussy. When your efforts do pay off, however, you accept praise graciously; a positive sign of self acceptance. In addition, it would really surprise some people if you acted on the spur of the moment. However to be cautious is often to show wisdom, and you are the person your friends turn to for advice.

Score: Under 21 points

In social gatherings you may come off as being a bit shy or nervous, because you prefer to wait for others to approach you first. In reality you enjoy other people's company, although you also need some time for yourself in order to reflect and recharge your batteries. You are perceived as indecisive because you like taking your time with projects and usually delay completing them.