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16 Personality Types Test

This free test estimates how you would be classified by a "16 Personality" or "Jungian" types test. These tests classify people into one of 16 possible types, each described by a four-letter name, like INFJ, ESTP, and so on.

Below, you'll find about 100 statements about you.

Think about how well each statement describe you in general. When thinking about each statement, consider how you usually are, in most situations, compared to most people.

For example, if the statement is "I worry a lot", consider whether you usually worry a lot, in most situations, compared to most people.

I am wary of others.
I often feel uncomfortable around others.
I believe that there is no absolute right and wrong.
I seldom feel blue.
I try to understand myself.
I rarely complain.
I believe that people are essentially evil.
I am always on the go.
I enjoy being part of a loud crowd.
I enjoy being part of a group.
I experience very few emotional highs and lows.
I prefer to be alone.
I dislike talking about myself.
I avoid mistakes.
I handle tasks smoothly.
I believe that we coddle criminals too much.
I go straight for the goal.
I am not really interested in others.
I keep in the background.
I stick to my chosen path.
I experience my emotions intensely.
I rush into things.
I use others for my own ends.
I contradict others.
I demand quality.
I feel comfortable with myself.
I like to get lost in thought.
I take control of things.
I like to stand during the national anthem.
I easily resist temptations.
I obstruct others' plans.
I dislike myself.
I believe in the importance of art.
I do not enjoy going to art museums.
I think highly of myself.
I am willing to try anything once.
I never spend more than I can afford.
I react quickly.
I am sure of my ground.
I don't like the idea of change.
I find it difficult to get down to work.
I don't like to draw attention to myself.
I am often in a bad mood.
I do things that I later regret.
I want everything to be "just right."
I think that all will be well.
I am not easily amused.
I make people feel welcome.
I only feel comfortable with friends.
I have a good word for everyone.
I seek to influence others.
I know how to get things done.
I trust others.
I boast about my virtues.
I often eat too much.
I know how to get around the rules.
I am not easily affected by my emotions.
I listen to my conscience.
I sympathize with the homeless.
I complete tasks successfully.
I rarely overindulge.
I love life.
I seldom toot my own horn.
I rarely get irritated.
I consider myself an average person.
I get angry easily.
I like to act on a whim.
I feel sympathy for those who are worse off than myself.
I avoid contacts with others.
I seek adventure.
I dislike being the center of attention.
I am not interested in abstract ideas.
I warm up quickly to others.
I turn my back on others.
I suffer from others' sorrows.
I believe in one true religion.
I am concerned about others.
I find it difficult to approach others.
I distrust people.
I don't know why I do some of the things I do.
I have difficulty starting tasks.
I love order and regularity.
I tend to dislike soft-hearted people.
I believe that people should fend for themselves.
I postpone decisions.
I anticipate the needs of others.
I do a lot in my spare time.
I believe that criminals should receive help rather than punishment.
I value cooperation over competition.
I love flowers.
I start tasks right away.
I amuse my friends.
I seek danger.
I insult people.
I dislike changes.
I panic easily.
I feel others' emotions.
I prefer to stick with things that I know.
I believe that I am better than others.
I spend time reflecting on things.

Finally, please tell us a little more about you and your background.

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16 personality typology

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Enneagram typology