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The adaptability of human behavior, influenced by personality traits, plays a crucial role in leading a happy life, encompassing both physical and mental well-being. This study aims to examine the correlation between the Five of Dimensions of personality and adaptive behavior among Students (High School) after the coronavirus epidemic. Using a cross-sectional survey method, 347 students participated in the research, responding to a questionnaire. The data were subjected to descriptive statistical analysis, including numbers, percentages, means, and standard deviations. Additionally, the study employed Multiple Regression Analysis to assess the capacity of the five-dimensional personality model to explain variations in adaptive behavior post-COVID-19, with a significance level set at 0.05. Results indicated that conscientiousness was the predominant personality trait among students, with family adaptive behavior scoring the highest mean. Notably, sensitivity and openness to new experiences were associated with adaptive behavior after the pandemic, explaining 36.00% of the variance. The findings underscore the importance of fostering personality traits that enhance students' adaptability to diverse situations, ultimately influencing their overall quality of life. The study recommends that school administrators implement policies and regular monitoring to address students' adaptive behavior, aiming to mitigate physical and mental challenges and ensure a satisfactory quality of life.