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All tests - Inner traits - Handwriting analysis

Discover what your handwriting says about you.

 
  • On blank (unlined) paper please write the paragraph below as you normally would.
  • Use at least two lines.
  • Keep the paper in front of you so that you can answer the question

 

'Well!' thought Alice to herself, 'after such a fall as this, I shall think nothing of tumbling down stairs! How brave they'll all think me at home! Why, I wouldn't say anything about it, even if I fell off the top of the house!' (Which was very likely true.)

Alice's adventures in wonderland
Lewis Carroll

 
 

1. What is the size of your handwriting?

  • Large, greater than 7mm
  • Middle size 4-6mm
  • Small 2-3mm
  • Extremely small, less than 2mm

2. How would you say your letters slope?

  • Left
  • Heavily towards the left
  • Straight up and down
  • Right
  • Heavily towards the right
  • Letters touching the line
Check your answers with the analysis below.

 

1. Handwriting size

Large sized - You relate very well with different people and have many friends. Open, demonstrative and communicative. You like to generate many ideas however you are not characterized as being practical. You often display an unwillingness to obey and you don't perform well under pressure. Other characteristics include honesty and vitality. If you have large and identical letters you are consistent in achieving your goals.

If you have large handwriting combined with an original way of writing some letters, you are an innovative thinker. In addition you are not attentive to details. If your capital letters have fine detail, this demonstrates an ability to command. In addition you are a likeable person and other people are attracted to you.

 

Medium sized - Characteristics include being accurate, logical, and composed.

 

Small - You like to concentrate your attention and focus on things, you are delicate and like exactness in details. You are observant; while sitting at a cafe you tend to notice everything going on. You always have a plan, and seem to know what you want ahead of time. You don't usually give something away without seeking something in return. You have a good sense of humor, sharp intellect and like to associate with intellectual people. You can be egotistic, unsociable and also secretive, unwilling to show your feelings.

Small and calligraphic handwriting - This type of handwriting is characterised by its accuracy and attention to detail. You are usually punctual, but also unforgiving and jealous. You are usually very demanding of the people around you, especially family members, and rebuke people often. You always appear to be displeased with one thing or another.Your vindictiveness sometimes takes unpredicable forms and people don't know what to expect from you. You can show good qualities as long as you are expecting something in return.

 

Extremely small - You are overly concerned with formal rules and believe that all rules should be followed to the letter. You like to overemphasize minor and insignificant details. Your pedantic nature may lead you to place dull, precise regulations over people.

 

Note: Letter upsizing until the end of the word testifies to trustfulness. Vice-versa, letter downsizing indicates caution, prudence and deceit.

 

2. Slope

How your handwriting slopes or slants is an indicator of emotional state. The higher the emotions are running, the more pronounced the slant.

 

Slanting to the left - You are reseved, reluctant, or restrained. You do not have an artistic nature.

Slanting heavily towards the left - You tend to suppress your emotions in such a way that it causes bouts of melancholy and periods of bad mood. Your self-concept is high and you seek to be the centre of attention.

Straight up and down - You control yourself whenever your emotions get out of hand and you keep your emotions in balance. Your manners are reserved and you show leadership qualities. You weigh things wisely and you know what you want. You don't have spontaneous reactions or make casual decisions. You usually won't say what you are feeling even if there is a storm inside. In relationships you are inclined to be reserved and won't express your emotions freely. Your feelings are evident through daily signs of affection.

Slanting to the right - You have an artistic nature and are able to understand and interpret your emotions and those of other people. You also to tend to hold your emotions back, or keep them inside. You are friendly, and warm, and like to engage in conversation

Slanting heavily towards the right - You have difficulty controlling your emotions and like to show other people how you feel. You take offence often and have been known to hold grudges. Your actions are often characterized by extremes, and depending on the circumstances you may be extravagant or act with eccentricity. In relationships you are either head over heels in love or you may end up hating your partner.

Letters touching the line - Letters slanting so much that they touch the line point to possible psychological issues.

 

 
How do you view the quiz and how did the results make you feel? Share your opinion by participating in the discussion below.
 
 

   

Harmeena Sekhon
April 15, 2014 - 09:54

Small handwriting and slants to the right. Very accurate!

Sandy
April 15, 2014 - 03:56

My handwriting is all over the place. Mostly straight up & down since I usually write with my left hand & therefore slant my paper so I write normally. I can also write with my right hand, paint with both. Many artists are left handed & right brained. I tend to print-write my notes. I'm ambidextrous in most things.

Esther
April 10, 2014 - 22:43

True! I am impatient, demanding,(perfectionist and hard on myself and everyone else), unforgiving, can never relax and always on the go, hate people who are late or waste time, very, very observant( My daughter says I should have been a detective.), consider myself an intellectual, unsociable, never show my feelings, but have a great sense of humor!

Matt
March 26, 2014 - 03:45

Medium and left. Completely inaccurate! Though it may be because I'm left handed on the slant part. I'm actually very artistic and extremely expressive.

sab
February 10, 2014 - 16:17

My handwriting is small and straight up and down. Whatever mentioned for this type is exactly what I am. I appreciate the accuracy.

LE'GEMS
January 27, 2014 - 22:56

SO TRUE... Everything about me was on the spot... I really can't believe it..

August
January 19, 2014 - 12:44

What about if you're left-handed, surely the slanting would be different as you hold the pen differently?

Rose Reed
December 16, 2013 - 21:33

Round, med. 'Well' has a narrow left side of 'w' big rounded right side. 'e' like back-to-front '3', the first 'l' is narrow-looped, the second 'l' taller, slightly larger loop finishing under line; 'e' and 'l's connected. Sometimes 's' is printed, sometimes curves over into an open circle, when attached to preceding letter. 'f' is large at top, flourishes down thru line. Mixture writing/printing.

Sam McClinton
December 12, 2013 - 12:52

I was wanting to ask you what does it say about a person that does not close the letters "o" "a". The cross on a capital letter "T" is slanted from left to right. This is also true of the capital letter "I". The small letter "t" is crossed low and looks like a smile turned upside down. If you can help me understand this person, it would be very helpful.

Thanks,
Sam McClinton

Jess
December 09, 2013 - 11:16

My writing is small and calligraphic and it also slants to the right. Both descriptions were pretty spot on for the most part.

Dana
December 06, 2013 - 19:00

Medium sized handwriting, straight up and down letters. Definitely was an accurate description of me. But what I find interesting is I am an artist and am extremely creative, my handwriting did not reflect that aspect.

Jennifer
December 04, 2013 - 11:21

You were spot on...however, my signature is vastly different than my writing. Could this be due to my 20+ years as a nurse signing innumerable forms? All the first letters (initials) are extravagant and larger than the rest of my name which is blurred and missing some letters. Does this mean anything?

Valentine
November 14, 2013 - 23:01

What if my handwriting is roundish some days yet very slanted and thin looking on other days? What does it present?

Reply to Valentine
Bree
November 17, 2013 - 09:54

Your handwriting may change slightly depending on your mood. On the days that your handwriting is round-ish, you are feeling more relaxed. When your handwriting is more slanted, you are feeling more stressed (perhaps due to something such as an exam, or the like). (Hope I helped!)

Reply to Valentine
Vaishnavi
November 30, 2013 - 13:12

It means your mood is not stable. when you with Rounded letters- indicates feeling creative, artistic (writing, painting, acting, etc.)
Pointed letters- shows you are feeling more aggressive, intense, intelligent, curious

B
October 24, 2013 - 10:51

My handwriting starts on the line but moves up and off like I'm writing on an angle. What might that mean?

Reply to B
Crystal
November 01, 2013 - 19:16

When your handwriting goes up it means you are optimistic, when it goes down on an angle you are pessimistic.

rosemary
October 23, 2013 - 10:05

I used to write large and slanted heavily to the right but recently I'm upright. When I look back I realize that my experiences affect my relationships and outlook and it's in my handwriting.

Haley J. Froehlich
October 13, 2013 - 01:08

My letters often get tied together, and letters that should have loops to them are more often than not little more than lines: an e looks like a c looks like an i with no dot, or any number of different characters miming for each other (m, n, u, a, r, blending and forming lines and lines of 'm' looking lines, yet somehow still readable).

What does it mean, precisely?

Reply to Haley J. Froehlich
Michael Flores
October 16, 2013 - 20:48

same

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