Personality Test Center

An insightful journey into personality

Type theory

Type descriptions

On the basis of your answers to the test you are placed in one of sixteen types. What type you are says quite a bit about you - your likes and dislikes, your likely career choices, your compatibility with others, and so on.

ENFJ - Teachers

The atmosphere is levitated with their presence and their authenticity draws people towards them. They have an impressive imagination and are natural visionaries. 5% of the total population.

ENFP - Transcendentalists

Often the life of the party, enthusiasm sets them apart and their presence is easily felt. Their charm is evident and they conduct themselves effectively in meetings, conferences and other networking situations. 5% of the total population.

ENTJ - Commanders

ENTJs appreciate organization and efficiency, deal with things rationally and logically, and enjoy the responsibility that comes with their leadership skills. 5% of the total population.

ENTP - Inventors

ENTPs are primarily interested in the world they live in but their curiosity doesn't stop there. Their thirst for novelty leads them to examine solutions in the most complex of problems. 5% of the total population.

ESFJ - Providers

ESFJs are outgoing and friendly, and excel in occupations that involve personal contact. They are good at understanding different points of view and are caring, kind and sympathetic. 13% of the total population.

ESFP - Performers

They approach life from the sunny side and radiate warmth and optimism For the ESFP the entrie world is a stage; "Where's the party?" is their motto. They enjoy performing in front of audiences and are the most likely to break into song and dance. 13% of the total population.

ESTJ - Supervisor

ESTJs favor structure and schedules, avoid inneficiency and thrive on order and continuity. They are always making sure that established plans and procedures are followed and that time frames are kept. 13% of the total population.

ESTP - Promoters

ESTPs are spontaneous, act on impulse and can seem unpredictable to others. ESTPs are thrill-seekers; they leap before they look, and figure things out as they go along. Acting on impulse helps them beat people to the punch in most endeavours. 13% of the total population.

INFJ - Counselors

INFJs are interested in achieving harmonious relationships with people they interact with. They are reserved and keep to themselves, most of the time inconspicuously passing under the radar. 1% of the total population

INFP - Seekers

INFPs authentic nature helps them achieve close relationships with others. Their inspiring nature is people oriented and moves them towards making the world a better place. INFPs seek harmony, avoid conflict and are always looking for the good in people; in fact they want to discover the positive side of any story. 1% of the total population.

INTJ - Scientists

INTJs enjoy theoretical and abstract concepts and are stimulated by challenges and problem solving. Being perfectionists, they set high expectations and achieve their goals with tenacity and determination. 1% of the total population.

INTP - Architects

INTPs live in a world of theoretical possibilities; they have an insatiable curiosity to locate basic existential building blocks and explain how everything works. INTPs often use facts and logic as a basis for interpreting fundamental universal laws. 1% of the total population.

ISFJ - Protectors

ISFJs make the most out of their incomes and are always saving for a rainy day. They are meticulous to the point of perfectionism, pay attention to detail and are dependable at work. 6% of the total population.

ISFP - Artists

ISFPs are in touch with their senses and have a strong awareness of their environment. When involved in artwork they are immersed in creative flow and their art is an accurate expression of who they are. 5% of the total population.

ISTJ - Inspectors

ISTJs are most happy when things go according to plan, when everyone is aware of their duties and when everyone benefits. They are most comfortable when people follow established procedures and are not tolerant of people making their own rules; in such cases they make it abundantly clear what they expect those rules to be. 6% of the total population.

ISTP - Artisans

ISFPs are in touch with their senses and have a strong awareness of their environment. When involved in artwork they are immersed in creative flow and their art is an accurate expression of who they are. 5% of the total population.