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Enneagram Test

This free test estimates how you would be classified by an Enneagram test. These tests classify people into one of nine possible types, and each described by single number and a title, such as Type 1: The Reformer or Type 2: The Helper, 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 enjoy examining myself and my life.
I am indifferent to the feelings of others.
I believe that laws should be strictly enforced.
I hate to seem pushy.
I am passionate about causes.
I tend to vote for conservative political candidates.
I consider myself an average person.
I sympathize with the homeless.
I get to work at once.
I contradict others.
I am not highly motivated to succeed.
I indulge in my fantasies.
I make friends easily.
I am afraid of many things.
I don't know why I do some of the things I do.
I laugh my way through life.
I plunge into tasks with all my heart.
I pretend to be concerned for others.
I am comfortable in unfamiliar situations.
I choose my words with care.
I do just enough work to get by.
I am afraid that I will do the wrong thing.
I hold back my opinions.
I experience very few emotional highs and lows.
I handle tasks smoothly.
I remain calm under pressure.
I have a rich vocabulary.
I cheer people up.
I get upset easily.
I am afraid to draw attention to myself.
I fear for the worst.
I am not interested in other people's problems.
I tell the truth.
I love a good fight.
I believe that criminals should receive help rather than punishment.
I do things that I later regret.
I find it difficult to approach others.
I avoid difficult reading material.
I would never go hang-gliding or bungee-jumping.
I am not embarrassed easily.
I don't see the consequences of things.
I like to tidy up.
I am very pleased with myself.
I know the answers to many questions.
I have a high opinion of myself.
I experience my emotions intensely.
I go straight for the goal.
I like to take it easy.
I get irritated easily.
I often forget to put things back in their proper place.
I do not enjoy watching dance performances.
I love order and regularity.
I misjudge situations.
I know how to get around the rules.
I love to daydream.
I believe that there is no absolute right and wrong.
I want everything to be "just right."
I am often down in the dumps.
I like a leisurely lifestyle.
I believe that we coddle criminals too much.
I warm up quickly to others.
I tend to dislike soft-hearted people.
I am hard to get to know.
I listen to my conscience.
I have a good word for everyone.
I believe that people are essentially evil.
I try to follow the rules.
I get caught up in my problems.
I would never cheat on my taxes.
I am sure of my ground.
I make people feel uncomfortable.
I avoid mistakes.
I seldom daydream.
I often make last-minute plans.
I leave my belongings around.
I express childlike joy.
I enjoy the beauty of nature.
I distrust people.
I take no time for others.
I keep my cool.
I dislike loud music.
I can't stand weak people.
I don't like to draw attention to myself.
I can handle complex problems.
I prefer to stick with things that I know.
I amuse my friends.
I have frequent mood swings.
I do not enjoy going to art museums.
I readily overcome setbacks.
I love flowers.
I believe that we should be tough on crime.
I am attached to conventional ways.
I rarely notice my emotional reactions.
I set high standards for myself and others.
I rarely complain.
I react quickly.
I use others for my own ends.
I yell at people.
I turn my back on others.
I enjoy thinking about things.

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

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Alternative Measures

16 personality typology

Alternative Measures

Enneagram typology