16 Personality Types Test

This free 16 Personality Types test estimates which type from the "16 Personality" or "Jungian" typology is most similar to your personality. Personality types from this typology are described by a four-letter name, such as INFJ, ESTP, 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 don't like to draw attention to myself.
I look down on others.
I get overwhelmed by emotions.
I excel in what I do.
I believe in an eye for an eye.
I use flattery to get ahead.
I enjoy being part of a loud crowd.
I often feel uncomfortable around others.
I cheat to get ahead.
I postpone decisions.
I do not enjoy watching dance performances.
I am calm even in tense situations.
I avoid philosophical discussions.
I am a creature of habit.
I love life.
I feel that I'm unable to deal with things.
I can't stand weak people.
I am easy to satisfy.
I suffer from others' sorrows.
I feel comfortable with myself.
I carry out my plans.
I am not bothered by messy people.
I do more than what's expected of me.
I radiate joy.
I get others to do my duties.
I try to understand myself.
I dislike loud music.
I often feel blue.
I stick to the rules.
I don't understand things.
I often forget to put things back in their proper place.
I seldom get emotional.
I don't see the consequences of things.
I involve others in what I am doing.
I dislike myself.
I lose my temper.
I seldom toot my own horn.
I am comfortable in unfamiliar situations.
I am not interested in abstract ideas.
I have a rich vocabulary.
I get stressed out easily.
I believe in one true religion.
I have difficulty starting tasks.
I laugh my way through life.
I trust others.
I dislike new foods.
I seek danger.
I hate to seem pushy.
I am sure of my ground.
I feel comfortable around people.
I enjoy the beauty of nature.
I am not bothered by difficult social situations.
I can't make up my mind.
I have difficulty understanding abstract ideas.
I misjudge situations.
I prefer to be alone.
I act without thinking.
I prefer to stick with things that I know.
I don't know why I do some of the things I do.
I am afraid to draw attention to myself.
I obstruct others' plans.
I like to take my time.
I complete tasks successfully.
I love surprise parties.
I like to tidy up.
I love to daydream.
I like to act on a whim.
I am concerned about others.
I don't worry about things that have already happened.
I believe that there is no absolute right and wrong.
I readily overcome setbacks.
I express childlike joy.
I contradict others.
I am afraid that I will do the wrong thing.
I can handle a lot of information.
I seldom joke around.
I like to stand during the national anthem.
I hold a grudge.
I hold back my opinions.
I take advantage of others.
I work hard.
I start tasks right away.
I know the answers to many questions.
I put little time and effort into my work.
I come up with good solutions.
I am not easily disturbed by events.
I turn plans into actions.
I find it difficult to get down to work.
I do a lot in my spare time.
I am often down in the dumps.
I like to solve complex problems.
I value cooperation over competition.
I know how to cope.
I seldom daydream.
I dislike being the center of attention.
I panic easily.
I avoid difficult reading material.
I often make last-minute plans.
I use others for my own ends.
I am not easily annoyed.

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





Alternative Measures

16 personality typology

Alternative Measures

Enneagram typology

Frequently asked 16 Personality Types questions

What is the 16 Personality typology?

The 16 Personality Types or Jungian models of personality share a loose connection to Carl Jung’s theories. These theories claim that people differ in their preferred cognitive functions, and these preferences lead to 16 distinct personality types.

What are the 16 Personality types?

The 16 Personality types are:

Click on any personality type to learn more about its characteristic patterns, personality traits, interpersonal style, career interests, and more.

Can I save my 16 Personality Types results?

Yes! After completing this short test, you can create a free TraitLab account and save your 16 Personality Types results. With your free account, you can answer additional questions to improve the precision of your 16 Personality Types 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 16 Personality Types 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 16 Personality typology related to other personality models?

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

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