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Results: a freak!
Need to be unique: 34%  
Need to NOT conform: 81%  
Willingness to express dissent: 41%  
Overall score: 51%  

Your Results

  • Need to be unique: You like to be a somewhat different than others.
  • Need to NOT conform: You like to be different than others around you.
  • Willingness to express dissent: You are typically respectful when you disagree, but are willing to speak your mind if it is appropriate.

How do I read my score?

Your scores are percentiles between 1 and 100. The higher the number, the more your personality agrees with the associated comment. Your percentile indicates how you compare against others who have taken this test. Since you have an overall score of 51, this indicates that you have a higher need-for-uniqueness than 50 out of 100 people.

This test was developed by two psychologists in the 1970's to determine an individual's "Need for Uniqueness." It's a real test, based on scientific research, not a so-called purity test like those typically found on the internet.

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