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 only feel comfortable with friends.
I rarely get irritated.
I know how to cope.
I keep my promises.
I am not bothered by difficult social situations.
I love flowers.
I leave my belongings around.
I warm up quickly to others.
I act without thinking.
I lose my temper.
I plunge into tasks with all my heart.
I am comfortable in unfamiliar situations.
I have little to contribute.
I consider myself an average person.
I sympathize with the homeless.
I get overwhelmed by emotions.
I see beauty in things that others might not notice.
I wait for others to lead the way.
I believe that people should fend for themselves.
I like order.
I am indifferent to the feelings of others.
I believe that people are basically moral.
I like to solve complex problems.
I like to begin new things.
I pay my bills on time.
I get irritated easily.
I get back at others.
I am not bothered by disorder.
I like to take my time.
I do not have a good imagination.
I prefer to stick with things that I know.
I find it difficult to approach others.
I am not easily affected by my emotions.
I would never go hang-gliding or bungee-jumping.
I don't like to draw attention to myself.
I do things that I later regret.
I am concerned about others.
I get caught up in my problems.
I dislike being the center of attention.
I seldom get mad.
I feel that my life lacks direction.
I have a high opinion of myself.
I can't make up my mind.
I rarely notice my emotional reactions.
I believe that people are essentially evil.
I love to daydream.
I feel comfortable with myself.
I do more than what's expected of me.
I cheer people up.
I avoid contacts with others.
I enjoy wild flights of fantasy.
I am always on the go.
I dislike changes.
I am not interested in other people's problems.
I make people feel welcome.
I am sure of my ground.
I don't understand things.
I trust others.
I am relaxed most of the time.
I pretend to be concerned for others.
I am often in a bad mood.
I believe that too much tax money goes to support artists.
I put little time and effort into my work.
I can't stand confrontations.
I don't know why I do some of the things I do.
I make friends easily.
I hold a grudge.
I am a creature of habit.
I avoid crowds.
I take control of things.
I act wild and crazy.
I dislike myself.
I am calm even in tense situations.
I make rash decisions.
I have little to say.
I am not easily amused.
I believe in an eye for an eye.
I feel comfortable around people.
I don't understand people who get emotional.
I remain calm under pressure.
I love order and regularity.
I am able to control my cravings.
I seldom get emotional.
I am afraid of many things.
I like music.
I spend time reflecting on things.
I come up with good solutions.
I seek to influence others.
I am able to stand up for myself.
I believe in human goodness.
I misrepresent the facts.
I leave a mess in my room.
I like to tidy up.
I get to work at once.
I go on binges.
I readily overcome setbacks.
I don't like crowded events.
I enjoy examining myself and my life.
I avoid philosophical discussions.
I can talk others into doing things.

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





Alternative Measures

16 personality typology

Alternative Measures

Enneagram typology