Do you have a Type A personality?

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    Do you have a Type A personality?


    http://www.queendom.com/tests/minitests/fx/type_a.html



    Results of "The Test"
    Do you have a Type A personality?

    Your score = 30






    What does your score mean?
    You seem to be in the middle between the Type A and Type B personality. In this case, the middle ground is good. You know how and when to cut loose, forget your daily pressures and simply relax. Nonetheless, you realize that taking on challenges and being competitive is necessary to reach your goals...but you don't want to take it to any extreme. Generally, you are easy to be around, and people tend to feel relaxed and comfortable in your presence - with the exception of the occasional stress attack or highly charged day. The equilibrium you have achieved is healthy; so don't let your hostile, aggressive, and competitive alter ego take over too often...or things could get ugly.
     
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    30...used to be 100 though
     
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    What does your score mean?
    According to your answers, you are far from having a Type A personality. The stressed out, competitive part of your character rarely, if ever, surfaces. Your attitude to life is more of the "smell the roses" type, and you know how and when to chill out. This likely means that you're easy to be around, and people feel relaxed and comfortable in your presence. It's a very healthy attitude towards life. Just make sure you don't miss important opportunities because of being too blasé and easy-going (yes, it's possible!). Taking on a challenge and getting competitive now and then can add some zest to your life.

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    You seem to be in the middle between the Type A and Type B personality. In this case, the middle ground is good. You know how and when to cut loose, forget your daily pressures and simply relax. Nonetheless, you realize that taking on challenges and being competitive is necessary to reach your goals...but you don't want to take it to any extreme. Generally, you are easy to be around, and people tend to feel relaxed and comfortable in your presence - with the exception of the occasional stress attack or highly charged day. The equilibrium you have achieved is healthy; so don't let your hostile, aggressive, and competitive alter ego take over too often...or things could get ugly.
     
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    Results of "The Test"
    Do you have a Type A personality?

    Your score = 35
    Your score


    What does your score mean?

    You seem to be in the middle between the Type A and Type B personality. In this case, the middle ground is good. You know how and when to cut loose, forget your daily pressures and simply relax. Nonetheless, you realize that taking on challenges and being competitive is necessary to reach your goals...but you don't want to take it to any extreme. Generally, you are easy to be around, and people tend to feel relaxed and comfortable in your presence - with the exception of the occasional stress attack or highly charged day. The equilibrium you have achieved is healthy; so don't let your hostile, aggressive, and competitive alter ego take over too often...or things could get ugly.
     
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    Do you have a Type A personality?

    Your score = 75
    Your score
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    You fit the textbook description of Type A personality to a T. So what is Type A? Well, it's characterized by an exaggerated sense of time urgency, competitiveness, high levels of stress and sometimes anger. Type As are often highly driven and generally dissatisfied with the world, including themselves. They don't know how and when to relax. As a result of your Type A tendencies, people probably get tense around you and might even feel threatened in your presence. Continuous stress and pent up feelings are not good for your health. You should start learning how to let go and enjoy life. Take it easy and be lazy sometimes. It might be difficult at first, but you can handle it - you've certainly proven that you know how to take on a challenge.
     
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    A 90. :rolleyes:
    You fit the textbook description of Type A personality to a T. So what is Type A? Well, it's characterized by an exaggerated sense of time urgency, competitiveness, high levels of stress and sometimes anger. Type As are often highly driven and generally dissatisfied with the world, including themselves. They don't know how and when to relax. As a result of your Type A tendencies, people probably get tense around you and might even feel threatened in your presence. Continuous stress and pent up feelings are not good for your health. You should start learning how to let go and enjoy life. Take it easy and be lazy sometimes. It might be difficult at first, but you can handle it - you've certainly proven that you know how to take on a challenge.
     
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    Your score = 45






    What does your score mean?
    You seem to be in the middle between the Type A and Type B personality. In this case, the middle ground is good. You know how and when to cut loose, forget your daily pressures and simply relax. Nonetheless, you realize that taking on challenges and being competitive is necessary to reach your goals...but you don't want to take it to any extreme. Generally, you are easy to be around, and people tend to feel relaxed and comfortable in your presence - with the exception of the occasional stress attack or highly charged day. The equilibrium you have achieved is healthy; so don't let your hostile, aggressive, and competitive alter ego take over too often...or things could get ugly.
     
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    :moon4: Results of "The Test"
    Do you have a Type A personality?

    Your score = 40






    What does your score mean?
    You seem to be in the middle between the Type A and Type B personality. In this case, the middle ground is good. You know how and when to cut loose, forget your daily pressures and simply relax. Nonetheless, you realize that taking on challenges and being competitive is necessary to reach your goals...but you don't want to take it to any extreme. Generally, you are easy to be around, and people tend to feel relaxed and comfortable in your presence - with the exception of the occasional stress attack or highly charged day. The equilibrium you have achieved is healthy; so don't let your hostile, aggressive, and competitive alter ego take over too often...or things could get ugly.
     

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