MBTI Personality Type Test

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The Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is an introspective self-report questionnaire with the purpose of indicating differing psychological preferences in how people perceive the world around them and make decisions. The MBTI was constructed by Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers. It is based on the conceptual theory proposed by Carl Jung, who had speculated that humans experience the world using four principal psychological functions – sensation, intuition, feeling, and thinking – and that one of these four functions is dominant for a person most of the time.

Jung's typological model regards psychological type as similar to left or right handedness: people are either born with, or develop, certain preferred ways of perceiving and deciding. The MBTI sorts some of these psychological differences into four opposite pairs, or "dichotomies", with a resulting 16 possible psychological types. None of these types is "better" or "worse".

The 16 types are typically referred to by an abbreviation of four letters—the initial letters of each of their four type preferences (except in the case of intuition, which uses the abbreviation "N" to distinguish it from introversion).

Meaning of individual letters:

  • I – Introversion
  • E – Extraversion
  • S – Sensing
  • N – iNtuition
  • T – Thinking
  • F – Feeling
  • J – Judging
  • P – Perceiving

INSTRUCTIONS: There are no right answers to any of these questions. Answer the questions quickly, do not over-analyze them. Some seem worded poorly. Go with what feels best. Answer the questions as “the way you are”, not “the way you’d like to be seen by others”.

1 At a party do you:

2 Are you more:

3 Is it worse to:

4 Are you more impressed by:

5 Are more drawn toward the:

6 Do you prefer to work:

7 Do you tend to choose

8 At parties do you:

9 Are you more attracted to:

10 Are you more interested in:

11 In judging others are you more swayed by:

12 In approaching others is your inclination to be somewhat:

13 Are you more:

14 Does it bother you more having things:

15 In your social groups do you:

16 In doing ordinary things are you more likely to:

17 Writers should:

18 Which appeals to you more:

19 Are you more comfortable in making:

20 Do you want things:

21 Would you say you are more:

22 In phoning do you:

23 Facts:

24 Are visionaries:

25 Are you more often:

26 Is it worse to be:

27 Should one usually let events occur:

28 Do you feel better about:

29 In company do you:

30 Common sense is:

31 Children often do not:

32 In making decisions do you feel more comfortable with:

33 Are you more:

34 Which is more admirable:

35 Do you put more value on:

36 Does new and non-routine interaction with others:

37 Are you more frequently:

38 Are you more likely to:

39 Which is more satisfying:

40 Which rules you more:

41 Are you more comfortable with work that is:

42 Do you tend to look for:

43 Do you prefer:

44 Do you go more by:

45 Are you more interested in:

46 Which is more of a compliment:

47 Do you value in yourself more that you are:

48 Do you more often prefer the

49 Are you more comfortable:

50 Do you:

51 Are you more likely to trust your:

52 Do you feel:

53 Which person is more to be complimented – one of:

54 Are you inclined more to be:

55 Is it preferable mostly to:

56 In relationships should most things be:

57 When the phone rings do you:

58 Do you prize more in yourself:

59 Are you drawn more to:

60 Which seems the greater error:

61 Do you see yourself as basically:

62 Which situation appeals to you more:

63 Are you a person that is more:

64 Are you more inclined to be:

65 In writings do you prefer:

66 Is it harder for you to:

67 Which do you wish more for yourself:

68 Which is the greater fault:

69 Do you prefer the:

70 Do you tend to be more: