Funny thing about humans, are brains were built as a cognitive processing unit meant for pattern recognition within the surrounding outside world but conversely that same ability applies itself to internal pattern recognition as well. As we identify patterns within ourselves and our behaviors, we desire to look outward at the behavior of others in order to find some sort of common ground or relatability. One such facet of this outward search for identifiable common variables within ourselves and others is the creation of these “personality tests”; meant simply to demonstrate through light screening and vague questioning what category of personality you may fall under. I myself fell into the category referred to as INFP (Introverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving), meaning that I process most things internally through the use of emotional feeling and intuition. Although I would have to agree with this particular analysis, I must follow with a critical caveat. I have taken many personality tests for a number of reasons over the course of my life, and despite a few common variables for the most part they were almost always different at certain points of my life. You may have one or two things about you that just never really go away, but as you grow so to does your emotional awareness and understanding of yourself, and your feelings about things within the world around you change. Though I do believe there are undeniable commonalities between certain people and certain kinds of thoughts, feelings or behaviors; the human mind seems to be constantly evolving through the process of aging and development, and the spectrum of malleability within the human mind seems almost infinite. Trying to categorize something so various and unique through the use of tests based on simple polarized questions seems almost too base or course for the very social science that invented them.