Free personality test

My Personality Test was designed to help you understand yourself and others better. This free 10 minute personality test will allow you learn more about your strengths and discover how you can achieve fulfilment in your professional and romantic life.

In 1921, Carl Jung published Psychological Types, in which he categorised people into primary types of psychological functions. In the 1940s Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers built upon the research developed by Jung and developed their own theory of psychological types showcasing 16 personalities.

The following statements deal with your perception of yourself in different situations.
Try to be as honest as possible in the answers you give.

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Others would describe me as a social butterfly.
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It does not take people very long to get to know me.
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People tell me I’m a good listener.
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To others, I seem like an open book.
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To me, building relationships is critical in the workplace.
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I prefer to communicate with others one-on-one or in small groups.
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I can start conversations easily, even if it’s with someone I just met.
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I often react emotionally to feedback.
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I tend to think before I speak.
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I focus on the future, rather than the here-and-now.
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I am organized.
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I avoid confrontation because I don’t like hurting others’ feelings.
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I enjoy being spontaneous.
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I focus on the “big picture” when making a decision.
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I would rather make the right decision, even if it means hurting someone else’s feelings.
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When faced with a problem, I focus on solving the problem efficiently.
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I focus on details when making a decision.
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I often share my ideas through metaphors and analogies.
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I sometimes jump right into a project without really thinking things through.
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I find it easy to make friends.
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When someone has a problem, I start by offering advice, rather than emotional support.
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Compassion is more important to me than fairness.
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I have a hard time making decisions.
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I often feel overwhelmed when many people are around.
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I like routine.
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I often put off making decisions in case something about the situation changes.
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Being right is more important than getting along with everyone.
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Productivity is best measured by tangible results.
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My workspace is very clean and organized.
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I prefer “tried and true” approaches to solving problems.
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Others would describe me as organized and methodical.
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I seek out feedback from others, even if I know it may be negative.
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I would rather have my work be the best logical choice, even if it goes against my values.
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I often use tried and true methods to solve problems.
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I have trouble starting conversations with someone I just met, but not with people I know well.
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I am more convinced by a logical explanation, rather than an emotional appeal.
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Others would describe me as outgoing and friendly.
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After a stressful day, I need some time alone to relax.
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I prefer to communicate with others in a large group.
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I take frequent breaks while working.
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I can’t stand when others change plans at the last-minute.
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I always get my work done before relaxing.
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I am able to make decisions quickly.
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I like to “think big,” even if my ideas are not always feasible.
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I am very driven and self-disciplined.
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I am adaptable.
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I enjoy brainstorming various possibilities.
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I would prefer to take a practical class, rather than a theoretical class.
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I work in spurts of energy.
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At the beginning of a meeting, I like to have a friendly conversation.
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I sometimes think about things too long, rather than just jumping right into a project.
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When others are sad, I get sad.
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I worry that others may view me as reserved and cold.
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I often use new methods to solve problems.
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I am very detail-oriented.
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I have a strong ability to recall details.
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Deadlines are not set in stone.
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Others would describe me as logical and analytical.
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I have many friends.
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Others would describe me as compassionate and empathic.
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I have no problem changing plans.
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I focus on the big picture.
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I do my best work under the pressure of an upcoming deadline.
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Even if I don’t agree with other's choices, I can still see things from their perspective.
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I often see possibilities, even when others can’t.
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I am traditional.
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I often get wrapped up in my own thoughts and forget what’s going on around me.
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It is easy for me to remove myself from my emotions and make an objective decision.
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Uncertainty makes me anxious.
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When someone has a problem, I start by offering emotional support, rather than advice.
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It takes people a while to get to know me.
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I have a few close friends, rather than many friends.
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