What is a high neuroticism score

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About which personality area does that say something?
A wealth of research into how people describe one another has given birth to five basic dimensions of personality. In the English-speaking world, it is sometimes referred to as the OCEAN model because the first letters of the English dimension designations O (openness = openness to experience), C (conscientiousness = conscientiousness), E (extraversion), A (agreeableness = sociability) and N (neuroticism) are.
Openness to new experiences / intellect
        People with high scores are mostly original, creative, inquisitive, complex; People with low scores tend to be conventional, down-to-earth, uncreative and limited in their interests to a few.
        You like to have new experiences and like to see things in a new light. (Your percentile value: 96)
 
conscientiousness
        People with high scores are usually reliable, well-organized, disciplined, and careful; Low-scoring people tend to be messy, unreliable, and careless.
        You are well organized and reliable. (Your percentile value: 79)
 
Extraversion
        People with high scores are usually sociable, friendly, happy, talkative; People with a low number of points tend to be introverted, reserved, reserved and quiet.
        You like to avoid social events. (Your percentile value: 31)
 
compatibility
        People with high scores are usually easy to get along with, compassionate, polite; People with low scores tend to be critical, rude and callous.
        They usually also consider other people's feelings. (Your percentile value: 74)
 
Neuroticism
        People with high scores are mostly nervous, tense, insecure, worried; People with low scores tend to be calm, relaxed, self-confident and resilient.
        You are likely to remain calm even in stressful situations. (Your percentile value: 1)
 

What does my score say?

In order to give you a meaningful comparison option, your point values ​​have been converted into "percentile values". This means that your personality test score can be compared directly to the scores of other groups of participants.

The percentile values ​​show how you performed on the five personality dimensions relative to all other previous participants in the online study (the comparison group). In other words, the percentile value indicates the percentage of participants who scored fewer points than you on the corresponding dimension. For example, if your percentile for extraversion is 60, it means that 60 percent of the comparison group is less extroverted than you. In other words, your extraversion value is 60. Please note that these percentile values ​​always depend on the comparison group. Your percentile value could be very different if compared to a different group.

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