What exactly is personality? We learn about the word at a very early age, and we use it a lot in everyday conversation, but the topic is actually complex. Scientists, specifically psychologists, have spent a long time trying to figure what a personality exactly is and how each person develops theirs. One way to figure this out is by taking a personality test.
Someone's personality is a combination of characteristics and qualities that, when put together, form a person's character. Psychology calls these traits. If someone asked you to list your personality traits, you'd most likely end up with a pretty long list. But some experts believe that every person has a 'primary trait' - a main characteristic that defines your general behavior and attitude. There are several tests, like the following picture, that are used to pinpoint a person's primary trait.