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Who Are You?


PERSONALITYAt one time or another, most if not all of us have wondered who we are, what personality traits define us, categorize us in relation to others. The series of statements you are about to respond to are designed to shed light on the questions above.

Before taking the personality assessment, settle yourself, get comfortable. Try to avoid any distractions while responding to the statements. When selecting your responses it is important to think of how you usually are, not just how you are at this moment. It is also very important to be honest with yourself.

Finally, remember this is not a test, but a private assessment to help you discover or confirm your personality preferences. There are no right or wrong, good or bad answers. Once you have taken the assessment there will be a set of links to all the different personality types at the bottom your results page.



Personality Inventory

To find your personal preferences and personality type respond to the statements below. Once you have responded to all the statements, click the “What’s My Type?” button at the bottom. To personalize your assessment, you may enter you name in the appropriate textbox (this is optional). We do not store personal assessment, so your privacy will not be compromised by entering your name.


  1. Socializing and talking to people energizes me.
  2. I feel uncomfortable at social events where I don't know many people, but I enjoy talking one-on-one with someone I have a connection with.
  3. Generally I am a practical, realistic, and matter-of-fact type person.
  4. It can be hard for me to stay focused on the present because I often speculate about several ideas at once.
  5. I value my ability to think and make decisions logically and clearly.
  6. I value my ability to be empathetic and compassionate.
  7. I dislike having things undecided.
  8. I am relatively easygoing, adaptable, and flexible. When there are last-minute changes, I just adapt to them.
  9. I am relatively easy to get to know and most people find me friendly, outgoing, and enthusiastic.
  10. I like to spend a lot of time alone.
  11. I am more interested in facts and figures than in theories.
  12. I tend to use metaphors and analogies when describing or explaining something.
  13. I like to debate and defend my point of view. Sometimes, just to challenge my intellect, I argue both sides of an issue.
  14. I like to talk about interpersonal relationships and emotions.
  15. I find it hard to relax or concentrate if my environment is disorganized or cluttered.
  16. It's not that I lack focus, I just have my own way of going back and forth from one project to another.
  17. I am comfortable being with and meeting new people.
  18. I tend to have a few close friends on whom I focus most of my attention, rather than a lot of acquaintances.
  19. I prefer tasks that have a practical application and produce tangible results.
  20. I rely on hunches, inspiration, and imagination for a lot of my information.
  21. I have been accused of not paying attention to other people's needs and feelings.
  22. I make "to do" lists and feel satisfied when I check off a completed task.
  23. I like to start new projects; I'll usually start the next one before finishing the one I'm on.
  24. In my decision-making process, how others will be affected carries a lot of weight.
  25. I enjoy being the center of attention.
  26. Instead of approaching others, I wait for them to approach me.
  27. I tend to speak, hear, and interpret things literally.
  28. I like to think about new possibilities and focus on the "might be."
  29. People sometimes see me as impersonal and overly analytical.
  30. It is important to be tactful as well as truthful.
  31. I have my particular ways of doing things. I don't like it when others try to change my schedule, especially at the last minute.
  32. Being on schedule is not the most important thing in my life. Deadlines give me a general idea of when something's due.
  33. I am quite talkative and often prefer verbal over written communication.
  34. People often perceive me as shy or aloof.
  35. I am a good observer. I notice my surroundings and often remember the details.
  36. I am oriented toward the future and like to do things in untried and innovative ways. I dislike routine and repetition.
  37. I can be blunt and outspoken.
  38. Being appreciated and approved of are very important to me.
  39. I like to have a place for everything and have everything in its place.
  40. I don't usually make "to do" lists, but if I do, going back to check things off is not important. Writing things down is reminder enough.
  41. I can find something to talk about with almost anyone.
  42. I take time to consider what I am going to say before I speak.
  43. I like hands-on projects such as making model cars, assembling things, or doing needlework.
  44. I look for underlying patterns and "the big picture." I don't like getting caught up in specific details.
  45. I tend to pay attention to others' thoughts more than to their feelings.
  46. I look for the good in people and things.
  47. I often wait until a deadline is near before concentrating on completing a task.
  48. Before beginning a task or project, I like to review what I'll need and make sure everything's on hand.
  49. I have quite a few friends and acquaintances.
  50. I feel drained if I spend a lot of time with people. Even talking on the phone for too long can be exhausting.
  51. I like utilizing and developing the skills I already have.
  52. I watch for, and pay attention to, implications and inferences.
  53. I don't like to put my emotions on display.
  54. People tend to seek me out for warmth and nurturing.
  55. Being on time is important to me, and I don't understand when it isn't important to others.
  56. My way of organizing my room or work space can appear disorganized to others.
  57. Being alone for too long makes me lonely and restless.
  58. I prefer to work alone on projects and tasks.
  59. I have a great capacity for enjoying the here and now and am often content to let things be.
  60. I "read between the lines" and imagine or speculate about what is not stated.
  61. I usually make decisions based on the general principles of justice and logic more than on personal circumstances or concerns.
  62. It is difficult for me to tell others what I want or need.
  63. I like to do things by schedules and time frames. Lack of a plan makes me uncomfortable.
  64. Even when I have unfinished work I can relax or play.
  65. I have to watch myself to make sure I allow others a chance to speak.
  66. I am very careful and discriminatory about who I will begin friendships with.
  67. I rely on my personal experiences to decide what is real and certain.
  68. I pay little attention to what is going on in my immediate surroundings. I can be very unaware of the here and now.
  69. Truth is more important than tact.
  70. I find it hard to tell people when I disagree with them.
  71. I don't like to leave work undone, and I like to finish one project before starting another.
  72. I don't like to make a decision until I absolutely have to.
  73. I develop my ideas and reach conclusions by talking. I tend to think out loud.
  74. I evade being the center of attention.
  75. I concentrate on what is happening now rather than speculating too far in the future.
  76. I like exploring abstractions and theories and sometimes find the details of everyday life boring.
  77. I don't hesitate to critique or correct people.
  78. Some think I am overly sensitive and take criticism too personally.
  79. I cannot relax and have fun if my work is not done.
  80. I like being spontaneous. The unexpected is enjoyable.