More than 500,000 people have taken this personality test to figure out their type.The test below is similar to the Carl Jung's and Isabel Briggs Myers' typological approach to personality type test, which is based on personal preferences and individual patterns of behavior. There is no way to "fail" this test. None of the personality types that test-takers can get as a result are better than any of the others. The tests have four sections, and you'll get one letter "score" representing your preference from each of the four sections. The four sections will help you determine:
  • What makes you feel energized.
  • How you gather information about the world around you.
  • How you tend to make decisions
  • The type of lifestyle you prefer.
As you read each item, don't spend too much time thinking about your answer. Choose whichever answer just seems to "feel right". In order to find your type, sometimes it is necessary to take this test multiple times at different occasions.    

Section 1

1. Spending a lot of time alone makes me feel uncomfortable, bored, and restless.
2. People who know me might describe me as shy or even aloof.
3. I like to be the center of attention.
4. I spend a lot of time rehearsing in my head what I'm going to say and do.
5. I can talk for hours on end, and I rarely let the conversational ball drop.
6. I'd rather work on a project by myself than as part of a group.
7. If you asked most people who know me, they'd say I'm outgoing, enthusiastic, and friendly.
8. I'm uncomfortable if I have to talk with someone on the phone for a long time.
9. I sometimes tend to monopolize the conversation, and I have to remember to give others a chance to speak.
10. When I'm at a party with a lot of people I don't know well, I'm usually one of the first to leave.
11. Meeting new people doesn't bother me; in fact, I enjoy meeting new people.
12. I have a small, close-knit circle of friends I feel comfortable around.
13. I have a large circle of close friends and an even larger circle of more-casual acquaintances.
14. Being the center of attention makes me feel awkward and put on the spot.

Section 2

1. I'm usually focused much more on the issues at hand than on speculating about what might happen in the future.
2. When I'm explaining myself, I use a lot of metaphors and analogies.
3. I enjoy hobbies that have a tangible result, such as building a model car or knitting.
4. People sometimes think I'm distracted or not paying attention to the details of everyday life because I'm thinking about something abstract or theoretical.
5. I'm not as interested in theories as I am in facts.
6. I'm usually considering at least two or three different ideas in my head at any given time.
7. I consider myself a practical, realistic person.
8. I believe in listening to my 'inner voice' or intuition.
9. I'm good at noticing the details in my surroundings; I would make a good eyewitness.
10. I get bored with routine and repetition; I prefer doing things in new, innovative ways.
11. I tend to interpret things literally.
12. I enjoy speculating about 'what might be.'
13. People who know me really well describe me as 'down-to-earth' and 'matter-of-fact.'
14. I often 'read between the lines' and infer things that aren't stated to me.

Section 3

1. I place a great deal of emphasis on my ability to make logical decisions.
2. It's easy for me to put myself in someone else's shoes and imagine what they're feeling.
3. People who know me well would say I sometimes tend to neglect other people's feelings.
4. It's important to me that other people like me and approve of me.
5. I'm not afraid to defend my point of view, but I can usually see the logic of both sides.
6. I've been told I have a warm, nurturing personality.
7. I'm not an overly emotional person.
8. I base most of my decisions on how the outcome will affect other people.
9. I rarely take things personally.
10. People who know me well sometimes say that I'm too sensitive.
11. I speak my mind, even if the truth isn't necessarily polite or tactful.
12. I dislike disagreeing with another person's opinion.
13. The principle of justice is important to me, and I believe it should apply equally to all.
14. It's sometimes difficult for me to tell others directly when I need something.

Section 4

1. Open-ended decisions make me feel uncomfortable.
2. I consider myself flexible; I like to go with the flow.
3. I gain satisfaction from crossing off items on my to-do list.
4. I know where everything is on my desk, but it may appear chaotic to other people.
5. I like having household items put away in their proper places.
6. I make time to relax and play, even if I know I still have some tasks to finish later.
7. At work, I finish one project before I start working on another.
8. I prefer general guidelines to firm due dates.
9. Punctuality is important to me; I get frustrated when others don't show up on time.
10. 'Spontaneous' and 'unexpected' are two of my favorite words.
11. I find it hard to relax in a disorganized, cluttered environment.
12. I can switch back and forth between multiple projects with ease, even if other people may see this as being unfocused.
13. I feel uncomfortable working on a project with another person when the person's schedule and timeline aren't solidified.
14. I hold off on making decisions until I've gathered as much information as I feel I need.

 

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