If you’re seeking out assessments, you won’t have to look long or hard. It seems everyone on the internet has an opinion about who or what you should be. Looking for amusement can be harmless, but it’s important to take these “test results” with a grain of salt. Just because Buzzfeed tells you that you’re destined to be a flight attendant, doesn’t mean that you should sign up for training right away. Being an extrovert will help on your path to becoming a flight attendant because you will need to talk to people all day long, but an education will be the determining factor in whether or not you know how to perform CPR on a passenger while being a flight attendant.
For example, you’ve surely heard people talk about astrological signs as an excuse for their actions. We appreciate the idea of understanding ourselves and others, even if we don’t know them well, because we can fit them into a category, of sorts, in our mind. Personality tests can be great for discovering new strengths and weaknesses. If you find that you thrive in introverted settings, you will know that you need to work on putting yourself out there (if you choose to). With all this newfound information, people often let it determine what they are/aren’t capable of. This is not what the test is designed for, and can often lead people in the wrong direction. The best thing you can do for yourself is to use the information from the personality tests as constructive criticism, and subject to change.
At Miles Smart Tutoring, we understand that you might want to seek out answers. We hope when you’re taking these tests, you treat the results as a learning experience rather than factual information. Trust yourself – you know your strengths and weaknesses better than anyone. If some of these weaknesses are academic, we can help. We want your dreams to come true and our tutors will do everything in their power to help you achieve that. For a free consultation, give us a Call at (813)-328-3036 or visit our website www.milessmarttutoring.com.