Enneagram Test

This free Enneagram test estimates which of the nine Enneagram types is most similar to your personality.

An Enneagram chart showing the nine personality types and their titles

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 can handle complex problems.
I believe that others have good intentions.
I get overwhelmed by emotions.
I make people feel welcome.
I enjoy the beauty of nature.
I turn my back on others.
I become overwhelmed by events.
I am not really interested in others.
I am not embarrassed easily.
I have a rich vocabulary.
I seek adventure.
I take advantage of others.
I react slowly.
I find it difficult to get down to work.
I avoid crowds.
I like to stand during the national anthem.
I have little to contribute.
I fear for the worst.
I seldom get mad.
I rarely complain.
I go on binges.
I am afraid of many things.
I love to daydream.
I misjudge situations.
I am interested in many things.
I dislike being the center of attention.
I am not bothered by disorder.
I know how to cope.
I misrepresent the facts.
I have a lot of fun.
I jump into things without thinking.
I am sure of my ground.
I prefer variety to routine.
I get upset easily.
I feel comfortable with myself.
I have a low opinion of myself.
I boast about my virtues.
I waste my time.
I sympathize with the homeless.
I can handle a lot of information.
I insult people.
I do not enjoy watching dance performances.
I am often down in the dumps.
I love surprise parties.
I cheat to get ahead.
I dislike new foods.
I feel that my life lacks direction.
I can't make up my mind.
I believe that people are essentially evil.
I believe that people are basically moral.
I seldom toot my own horn.
I consider myself an average person.
I am passionate about causes.
I am always prepared.
I excel in what I do.
I think that all will be well.
I believe that laws should be strictly enforced.
I believe in human goodness.
I enjoy being reckless.
I break my promises.
I prefer to be alone.
I tell the truth.
I tend to vote for liberal political candidates.
I act wild and crazy.
I contradict others.
I express childlike joy.
I am afraid that I will do the wrong thing.
I wait for others to lead the way.
I am relaxed most of the time.
I laugh my way through life.
I like music.
I demand quality.
I am afraid to draw attention to myself.
I don't like the idea of change.
I value cooperation over competition.
I love excitement.
I am not easily amused.
I keep others at a distance.
I go straight for the goal.
I prefer to stick with things that I know.
I am calm even in tense situations.
I get others to do my duties.
I love to read challenging material.
I am always busy.
I distrust people.
I yell at people.
I believe in one true religion.
I like a leisurely lifestyle.
I do more than what's expected of me.
I listen to my conscience.
I think highly of myself.
I have difficulty starting tasks.
I adapt easily to new situations.
I have a sharp tongue.
I act comfortably with others.
I often feel blue.
I often forget to put things back in their proper place.
I seldom joke around.
I am not bothered by messy people.
I complete tasks successfully.

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





Alternative Measures

16 personality typology

Alternative Measures

Enneagram typology

Frequently asked Enneagram questions

What is the Enneagram?

The Enneagram is a popular model of personality centered on nine different types. According to most Enneagram practitioners, each type has characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling, and behavior, sometimes called passions, fears, or fixations.

Learn more at What is the Enneagram?

What are the nine Enneagram types?

The nine Enneagram types are:

Click on any personality type to learn more about its characteristic patterns, traits, wings, and more.

Can I save my Enneagram results?

Yes! After completing this short test, you can create a free TraitLab account and save your Enneagram results. With your free account, you can answer additional questions to improve the precision of your Enneagram results and easily share your results.

How long does this test take?

This free version contains 100 questions, and most people complete it within 5-10 minutes.

Can I take a longer Enneagram test?

Yes, register with a free TraitLab account to access a much longer version of the test, containing hundreds of additional questions.

How is the Enneagram related to other personality models?

The nine Enneagram types have several connections with other personality models, such as the 16 Personality types and the Big Five personality traits. You can read more about many of the connections between personality models at the TraitLab blog.

With TraitLab Plus, you'll receive a comprehensive personality profile, including your similarity to all nine Enneagram types, your Enneagram wing subtypes, and an in-depth report of your personality traits, strengths, and career interests.