Last Thursday, our class got online and took a few personality quizzes as part of our in-class assignment. The main category of quizzes that we were supposed to choose from was the relationship tests. The two quizzes I took were the “arguing style” quiz and the “Interpersonal communication skills” quiz. Although they were both pretty short, it took the entire time to finish them both.
The arguing style quiz was meant to show what type of arguer you are when having a disagreement with friends, family, or in a romantic relationship. The two main styles of arguing that the quiz was based off of was whether you tried to figure out ways to solve the argument or if you became loud and aggressive during the disagreement. My score fell in between both of the different styles of arguing. My results told me that although I can be understanding and sometimes find solutions to my problems, I tend to yell and keep the argument going more times than not.
The other quiz I took was based on how well my interpersonal communication skills are. This quiz was meant to show you whether you were good with communicating to friends, family and your peers. The two main styles of interpersonal communication that the quiz had was whether you weren’t very good with communicating and getting your message across, or if you could speak smoothly and if you were able to communicate with people in a normal way. On this quiz my score showed that I’m very good with speaking and communicating with people.
Overall, this assignment was fun and was a new way to spend our class time, rather than being lectured or put into groups. I wish I would have had time to do some of the other quizzes that looked interesting too. I felt that out of the two quizzes, the most useful was the arguing style quiz because it made me realize that sometimes there is a better way to solve arguments rather than just yelling and becoming upset. Hopefully, I’ll be able to work on that and next time I...
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