Now the answers...
a. if you have writing with a left-hand slant, you are part of the mere 15% of people (approximately) who slant their writing leftward. A left slant is associated with repressing your emotions -- bottling them all up inside -- and avoiding emotional situations at all costs.
b. if you have a vertical non-slant, you are within the 5 percent who keep their writing straight up and down. Vertical writing is associated with diplomacy -- head over heart -- and thinking rather than feeling.
c. if you have a rightward slant, you are in the majority of Americans -- 70%. You write the way we were all taught to -- slanting to the right. Right slant is associated with expressing emotions -- showing affection -- and looking toward the future.
d. if you have an unstable slant, you fit in with 10% of people in the US. It is associated with a lack of control over emotions -- jumping from warm to aloof -- and being in a chaotic emotional state.
a. repressed, trapped in his/her own world, past-oriented.
b. somewhat repressed, evasive, independent.
c. slightly repressed, cool exterior, diplomatic, reserved.
d. supressed, head over heart, undemonstrative, cautious.
e. moderate expressions, healthy emotionally.
f. heart over head, ardent, sensitive.
g. carred away emotionally, touchy, nervous, hysterical at times.
h. unpredictable, nervous, fickle, pulled in all directions.
a. for some reason or another, you were not completely honest when writing that part of your sentence, you became angry for one reason or another, you're worried about the subject which you were writing about, or you were unsure of spelling.
b. you were completely honest and care-free when writing this paper.
a. you have the potential to have some kind of an outburst emotionally (but this doesn't mean you necessarily will).
b. your writing shows no potential for cruelty.
a. be careful -- some people, like some that might have answered "b" on this question, have completely spuratic, out of control handwriting -- it's all too obvious that they are going berserk. But if your writing is "too perfect", there is an oftentimes bigger danger. You hold everything inside, much like a ticking time bomb.
b. there should be some differences -- but is your writing completely losing control? That's when you need to worry about how stable you really are.
a. this is just another signal of being closed off -- "pulling in" at the end of words is like making them "safe" by being closed off to the next word.
b. you have to watch out for losses of emotional control.
c. look over both "a" and "b".
d. move on. :)
a. shows consistent, controlled overall behavior, at least on the surface.
b. overcompensation outwardly to conceal erratic emotions.
c. healthy mental energy, shows involvement in activities and life in general. Usually a successful person.
d. negative, defeated.
e. excitement in starting, impatient at end.
f. quits at the half-way point, rather than at the very end (above).
g. suicidal baseline -- usually demonstrates suicidal thoughts -- or someone who has the potential to be accident prone or erratic mood-wise.
h. the words that ascended or descended have special meaning to you; if ascending, that thing makes you happy or hysterical, but if descending, it/they make you feel depressed or out of control.
i. in a word, moodiness.
j. oftentimes can be an evidence of socialpathic behavior.
a. the ideal baseline -- healthy balance.
b. you're interested in the visual impression you give to others -- you want to be instantly liked by how you look or appear.
c. an imaginary barrier between yourself and the past.
d. an imaginary barrier between yourself and the future -- you're stopping yourself from going as far as you could in life.
e. you feel as though you have to protect yourself from everything and everyone around you -- you put up walls on all sides.
f. spontaneous, rushed.
g. brave beginnings, but a quick retreat to the past -- the safe, the familiar.
h. wants to take up all the space, doesn't see things from other people's point of view.
i. cannot (or will not) conform to any kind of standards or expectations -- stands out from society.
j. compulsively busy -- has to fill every moment with activity -- and also applies to (h).
k. humble, respectful toward the person you are writing to or about, or just in general.
l. feeling informal, comfortable, equal toward the subject.
m. stopping short of goals or completion of goals.
n. delays the inevitable.
o. dangerous impulsiveness -- an inability to plan ahead.
a. paranoid -- have to put plenty of space between yourself and others.
b. even more distance between other people. You don't even see yourself as a word, all alone, like the above -- you're just a letter.
c. uptight and narrow-minded, not open or relaxed.
d. while you are uptight, as (c), you also have the characteristics of (a).
e. narrow-minded and has to be in on everything; nosy, encroaching upon other people's space.
f. confused, thoughts overlapping one another.
g. sometimes, a sign of struggle with the subject matter; other times, simply uneven thinking or erratic emotions.
h. broad-minded, generous, good attitude, letting lose.
i. normal spacing.
a. intense, resolute, assertive, active.
b. profound frustration.
c. passive, follower, gentle, calm.
d. spineless, overly timid and submissive.
e. worried, nervous.
f. normal pressure.
a. extroverted, feeling very important and proud, restless.
b. normal socially, average ability to concentrate.
c. either introverted or concentrated.
d. one of two things: if the writing is still legible, an extrememly deep thinker; if not, someone who is emotionally disturbed.
a. loves their fantasy world, unrealistic.
b. egotistical, concerned with outward impressions, self-centered.
c. dominated by the material aspects of life, obsessed with a physical characteristic (money, family, etc.).