Find out how many people share your type, and what your strengths are!
Answer four questions in this mini inventory, and discover your Jungian four letter type.
Each question provides two answer options. For each question, select one of the options A, or B. Option A refers to the situation/image on the left, and option B refers to the situation/image on the right.
Even though both options may appeal to you, choose the option that you identify with, or prefer most of the time.
1. Choose the dialogue that you identify more with.
2. Which painting do you find more appealing?
3. Choose the dialogue that you identify more with.
4. Which of these two situations do you usually find yourself in?
You have successfully completed the personality type profiler.
Your four-letter personality type is
Your type is a combination of four preferences. Each preference was made by choosing between 2 letters in a dichotomy. The four dichotomies are:
Defines where you direct your energy. Extroversion indicates outwards towards the world, and Introversion indicates a tendency inwards towards your thoughts and ideas.
Defines how you process information. Do you prefer to process information through your five senses (Sensing) or do you prefer to trust your hunches and read between the lines? (iNtuition)
Defines how you make decisions. Do you prefer logical analysis (Thinking), or contemplating about how each option affects people? (Feeling)
Defines how you order your life. Do you prefer making plans and keeping to schedules (Judging), or do you usually keep things open? (Perceiving)
There are 16 types in total. Now that you know your type, check out your type description by following the appropriate link below!
This is the most brain dead version of this "test" I've ever seen lol
I'm an ENTP but I've scored ISTP twice on this test, once when I was 14 and now when I'm 24.
yup im an enfp and i got enfp
This quiz was very confusing it would be nice if you could just tell me my personality
I am an intj. not an enfj.
I would say some of it is correct to a certain degree