1. Based on your own results and how you thought/felt during the test, would you say the IPIP-NEO is generally valid or generally invalid? Explain your answer and give at least 1 specific way the test could be improved. (~1 paragraph total). Note: “Make the test shorter” is a bad answer because that would lower the test’s validity. Think of a different way to improve the test. Also, “Personality can’t be measured” and “people can lie, making the test invalid” are bad answers. Aspects of personality have been scientifically measured for a long time. And while it is possible to lie while taking the IPIP-NEO (it does NOT check for consistency or truthfulness, it rephrases questions to see if your score should be 62/100 or 63/100, for example), that’s not a problem with the test. If a test-taker decides to lie, that’s an issue with the test-taker. 2. Choose 3 *facets* (not factors!) from your test results. For each facet, give an example of that aspect of your personality in action (1-2 sentences per facet, 3-6 sentences total). For an example, re-read what I wrote above about my score of 0 in friendliness.