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It cannot be denied that every learner has unique characteristics, choices,attitudes, and motivations that grow out of their personality. Being aware of them,scientists started investigations to have a deeper insight into individual differences in SLA, namely mastering the writing skill. Success in second language acquisition depends on the influence of various factors. Personality factors such as introversion and extroversion are considered pivotal to understanding success in second language learning. Some studies have shown a positive correlation between outgoingness and language attainment, and viable linkages between extroversion/introversion and academic achievement. Despite the significant impact of extroversion and introversion on second language acquisition, this area remains a poorly investigated one. This paper aims to study the role of extroversion and introversion in learning writing skills and how this role changed or was supported by other scientists over the years.