Find your Type Personality Test

Type Personality TestI run a class in which I test people in numerous different ways. This specific personality test is based off of Meyers Briggs and numerous other legitimate psychological personality tests. Here I combined Meyers Briggs with Meta-Programming tests and then presented them both in an understandable manor.

We use special mind tools to:

  • Reason
  • Gather Information
  • Decide on Preferences
  • Deal with Stress
  • Emote
  • React to Situations
  • Make Decisions

These tools are referred to in psychology as Meta-Programming. You could also refer to them as the special programs our mind follows to determine what to do in any given situation.

Through the test below, you will find:

  • How compatible you are with others
  • How well you would work with others
  • Who you are
  • How you think
  • What you find of value

At the bottom of the page, you will find the list of personalities for the test. Click here to see the possible personalities.

After you take the test, you’ll find a brief explanation on each personality type. And, along with that, the celebrity that has your specific personality. While you are answering the questions, be as honest as possible, because you are the only person that will ever see the results. On with the questions, and then click here to see more on your specific type.

Personality Test

Print out your answer sheet first! Click Here for it

1. At a party do you?
A. Interact with many, including strangers
B. Interact with a few, known to you

2. Are you more?
A. Realistic
B. Philosophically inclined

3. Are you more intrigued by?
A. Facts
B. comparing similarities

4. Are you usually more?
A. Fair minded
B. Kind hearted

5. Do you tend to be more?
A. Dispassionate
B. Sympathetic

6. Do you prefer to work?
A. To deadlines
B. Just “whenever”

7. Do you tend to choose?
A. Rather carefully
B. Somewhat impulsively

8. At parties do you?
A. Stay late, with increasing energy
B. Leave early, with decreasing energy

9. Are you a more?
A. Sensible person
B. Reflective person

10. Are you more drawn to?
A. Hard data
B. Complicated ideas

11. Is it more natural for you to be?
A. Fair to others
B. Nice to others

12. In first approaching others are you more?
A. Impersonal and detached
B. Personal and engaging

13. Are you usually more?
A. Punctual
B. Leisurely

14. Does it bother you more having things?
A. Incomplete
B. Completed

15. In your social groups do you?
A. Keep abreast of others happenings
B. Get behind on the news

16. Are you usually more interested in?
A. Specifics
B. Concepts

17. Do you prefer writers who?
A. Say what they mean
B. Use lots of analogies

18. Are you more naturally?
A. Impartial
B. Compassionate

19. In judging are you more likely to be?
A. Impersonal
B. Sentimental

20. Do you usually?
A. Settle things
B. Keep options open

21. Are you usually rather?
A. Quick to agree to a time
B. Reluctant to agree to a time

22. In phoning do you?
A. Just start talking
B. Rehearse what you’ll say

23. Facts?
A. Speak for themselves
B. Usually require interpretation

24. Do you prefer to work with?
A. Practical information
B. Abstract ideas

25. Are you inclined to be more?
A. Cool headed
B. Warm hearted

26. Would you rather be?
A. More just than merciful
B. More merciful than just

27. Are you more comfortable?
A. Setting a schedule
B. Putting things off

28. Are you more comfortable with?
A. Written agreements
B. Handshake agreements

29. In company do you?
A. Start conversations
B. Wait to be approached

30. Traditional common sense is?
A. Usually trustworthy
B. often misleading

31. Children often do not?
A. Make themselves useful enough
B. Daydream enough

32. Are you usually more?
A. Tough minded
B. Tender hearted

33. Are you more?
A. Firm than gentle
B. Gentle than firm

34. Are you more prone to keep things?
A. well organized
B. Open-ended

35. Do you put more value on the?
A. Definite
B. Variable

36. Does new interaction with others?
A. Stimulate and energize you
B. Tax your reserves

37. Are you more frequently?
A. A practical sort of person
B. An abstract sort of person

38. Which are you drawn to?
A. Accurate perception
B. Concept formation

39. Which is more satisfying?
A. To discuss an issue throughly
B. To arrive at agreement on an issue

40. Which rules you more?
A. Your head
B. Your heart

41. Are you more comfortable with work?
A. Contracted
B. Done on a casual basis

42. Do you prefer things to be?
A. Neat and orderly
B. Optional

43. Do you prefer?
A. Many friends with brief contact
B. A few friends with longer contact

44. Are you more drawn to?
A. Substantial information
B. Credible assumptions

45. Are you more interested in?
A. Production
B. Research

46. Are you more comfortable when you are?
A. Objective
B. Personal

47. Do you value in yourself more that you are?
A. Unwavering
B. Devoted

48. Are you more comfortable with?
A. Final statements
B. Tentative statements

49. Are you more comfortable?
A. After a decision
B. Before a decision

50. Do you?
A. Speak easily and at length with strangers
B. Find little to say to strangers

51. Are you usually more interested in the?
A. Particular instance
B. General case

52. Do you feel?
A. More practical than ingenious
B. More ingenious than practical

53. Are you typically more a person of?
A. Clear reason
B. Strong feeling

54. Are you inclined more to be?
A. Fair-minded
B. Sympathetic

55. Is it preferable mostly to?
A. Make sure things are arranged
B. Just let things happen

56. Is it your way more to?
A. Get things settled
B. Put off settlement

57. When the phone rings do you?
A. Quickly get to it first
B. Hope someone else will answer

58. Do you prize more in yourself a?
A. Good sense of reality
B. Good imagination

59. Are you drawn more to?
A. Fundamentals
B. Hidden meanings

60. In judging are you usually more?
A. Neutral
B. Charitable

61. Are you convinced by?
A. Evidence
B. Someone you trust

62. Do you prefer?
A. Getting something done
B. Having the option to go back

63. Do you prefer to?
A. Set things up perfectly
B. Allow some things to just come together

64. At a networking function are you?
A. Easy to approach
B. A little reserved

65. Do you have more fun with?
A. Hands-on experience
B. Blue-sky fantasy

66. In writings do you prefer?
A. The more literal
B. The more figurative

67. Are you usually more?
A. Unbiased
B. compassionate

68. Are you typically more?
A. Just than lenient
B. Lenient than just

69. Is it more like you to?
A. Make snap judgements
B. Delay making judgements

70. Do you tend to be more?
A. Deliberate than spontaneous
B. Spontaneous than deliberate

Personality Test Questionnaire

Here is the questionnaire. Click here for a description of each of the personality types.

Personality Test

Personality Types

Bulls (ESTJ)

Donald Trump

  • They love to control everything they are involved with.
  • They thrive at making logical decisions while focusing on their goals as well as the goals of others.
  • They have opinions on everything and tell you them.
  • They will get things done.
  • Tend to be workaholics that drive themselves and others hard.
  • Respect others who stand up to them if they have all of the facts.
  • They will make what sacrifices are needed to honor commitments.
  • They focus on solving problems and then moving on.

Givers (ESFJ)

Regis Philbin

  • These warmhearted friendly types love spending time with others.
  • They love feeling needed and appreciated.
  • While they know how to make other feel special they often disregard their own needs.
  • They live in a world of shoulds and shouldn’ts.
  • They are obsessed with how others see them.
  • They diligently get the job done through organization.
  • They respect their leaders and believe others should as well.
  • They lead through actions that are admired.
  • By treating others warmly they create harmony within the group.
  • They are extremely cooperative

Recipe Followers (ISTJ)

Martha Stewart

  • They are very responsible and dependable people.
  • They are very composed people of few words who value their privacy.
  • They expect people to be on time and organized and make sure they are as well.
  • They are very thorough people that value solid concrete results.
  • Dislike disorganization and prefer a disciplined active approach to get things done.
  • Loyal workers that work hard while taking on the skills needed to get the job done.
  • They analyze their work to make sure everything is as perfectly done as possible.
  • They are devoted detail-oriented workers.

Planners (ISFJ)

Condelezza Rice

  • These dependable people will go to any lengths to be of service.
  • They do what is expected of them and don’t question authority.
  • They will take on as many responsibilities as asked of them and do their best to diligently handle them.
  • They diligently work through problems paying attention to each detail.
  • They don’t need to be in the limelight.
  • They constantly strive for perfection and beat themselves up over any error.
  • You can trust them to get the work done without pushing them.
  • Before they begin a new project they diligently prepare step-by-step

Adventurers (ESTP)

Jane Fonda

  • They love being with people that share their love of adventure.
  • They are charming but can be blunt and assertive as well.
  • They have an endless supply of energy and are constantly on the go.
  • They enjoy living on the edge and often become unaware of consequences.
  • Thrive on the pressure of pulling things together at the last minute.
  • Motivated by deadlines.
  • Very cool under pressure.
  • Figure out how to solve problems very quickly.
  • Very good at pulling conflicting people together.

Friends (ESFP)

Al Roker

  • People that value friends that add to the fun and adventure they seek most in life.
  • They give all they can to show appreciation of others expecting nothing in return.
  • This upbeat and friendly group delight in everything they do while charming others through their humor.
  • Thrive on change in all areas of life.
  • Love working with friendly energetic people.
  • They handle conflict with ease while fostering cooperation in groups
  • Want to resolve issues quickly without excessively looking at possible solutions.
  • Are very good at motivating people toward action.

Calculators (ISTP)

Alan Greenspan

  • Mysterious people that are often hard to understand because while curious they often keep their distance.
  • They don’t often act conventionally and are very independent.
  • They are very action-oriented risk takers that value their ability to meet challenges.
  • They are often very analytical and at times may seem dispassionate.
  • Work well alone or with someone with equal ability
  • They work quickly because they don’t waste time on unnecessary issues.
  • Dislike listening to unnecessary details because they want to get to the point.
  • Solve problems in a systematic, logical and efficient way.
  • Ignore rules and regulations if they get in the way of results.

Compassionates (ISFP)

Mother Teresa

  • These easygoing types live with the attitude of live and let live.
  • Their quietness and modesty doesn’t draw attention to them.
  • In appreciating the little things they often put others needs ahead of their own.
  • They are drawn to harmonious relationships filled with loyalty and gentleness to others.
  • They bring true compassion to emergencies.
  • Have high standards of perfection.
  • Are very loyal and cooperative in groups.
  • Motivated by contributing to causes they believe in.
  • Are very flexible and adaptable.

Commanders (ENTJ)

Tom Cruise

  • They are confident and energetic enough to take charge and mobilize others to reach goals.
  • They are knowledgeable and willing to confront those who disagree with them because they thrive on engaging in one intellectual exchange after another.
  • They like people who challenge and stimulate them while caring little for those who don’t.
  • They love to be in charge of a situation.
  • They see challenges as temporary
  • They create a plan to complete each of their goals.
  • They are honest and straightforward.
  • They organize all of their plans in advance and finish ahead of schedule.

Inventors (ENTP)

Suze Orman

  • They like to work outside of the system through their use of energy, enthusiasm and confidence.
  • They find new innovative ways to get things done.
  • They are very good at solving complicated logical problems.
  • They like variety and change and will avoid anything that bores or limits them.
  • They inspire others with their confidence and communication abilities.
  • They are very good at winning others to their point of view.
  • They are very good at thinking on their feet.
  • They can juggle many projects at a time.
  • They spread optimism through organizations.

Visionaries (INTJ)

Barack Obama

  • They constantly are on a mission to improve themselves and everyone around them.
  • They have many ideas and visions along with confidence to bring them to fruition in determinate of others skepticism.
  • They prefer to do things their way and put in the work to reach their goals.
  • They have visionary ideas.
  • They are obsessed with reaching their goals.
  • They create a strategic goal to overcome challenges.
  • They are very loyal in relationships.
  • They enjoy a back and forth exchange of ideas.

Geniuses (INTP)

Albert Einstein

  • They independently and quietly are exploring very complex ideas while searching for inner meaning.
  • They are very precise and articulate.
  • These people are searching to understand the universal truths and principles that govern the world as a whole.
  • They examine all of the options available to arrive at the best way of doing things.
  • They will immediately notice any logical flaws.
  • They reduce most every situation to scientific terms.
  • They strive to find the most ingenius solution to every problem.
  • They strive to master many areas of knowledge.

Teachers (ENFJ)

Michael Moore

  • These concerned and caring types are charming and enthusiastic.
  • They focus on the best qualities of people and strive to bring them out.
  • They strive to get along with everyone through their well developed communication abilities.
  • They are natural leaders, motivators and persuaders.
  • They look upon setbacks as opportunities.
  • They create harmony in groups by respecting everyone’s opinions.
  • They can initiate the actions needed for the group to reach their goals.
  • They will put in the work needed to materialize their ideals.
  • They are very goal oriented and organized.

Jumping Beans (ENFP)

Rosie ODonnell

  • Through their lively and spontaneous enthusiasm they spread their joy for life to others.
  • Thoughts are always flying around in their imaginative minds which leads them from one thought to the next in wild abandon.
  • The combination of their sense of humor and their ever changing thoughts often sweep up those around them.
  • They are constantly looking for new ways of doing things.
  • They motivate many with their energy and enthusiasm.
  • They are often talented at many skill sets.
  • Are great at thinking on their feet.
  • They love to work in stimulating groups of people.

Counselors (INFJ)

Fred Rogers

  • These tender-hearted souls spread compassion to others without drawing attention to themselves.
  • Because of their complex imaginations they may seem eccentric to others and even to themselves.
  • They are very aware of the emotions of others and strive to inspire growth in others.
  • They are highly creative because of their strong imaginations.
  • They can be very persuasive if they get over their stage freight.
  • They put in the work needed to reach long term goals.
  • They see setbacks as goals to be over come.
  • They are clear and understandable in their communication.

Dreamers (INFP)

John Lennon

  • They are very open to new ideas as long as they are in line with their core values.
  • These gentle types believe in honoring their commitments and integrity.
  • They are often hard to understand because they keep their core values and feelingsĀ  bottled up inside.
  • They will share their true selves with very few.
  • They gently persuade and influence others.
  • They will become the leader in groups that share their values.
  • They will get the job done perfectly if left on their own.
  • Can deal with complex tasks.
  • They measure themselves against the highest standards.

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2 Responses to “Find your Type Personality Test”

  1. Elon Bugyi says:

    How do I tally up my score on the Myers-Briggs/Keirsey Personality test?

    • admin says:

      The first column alone will determine whether you are an introvert or extravert. Each of the other codes are found by adding 2 columns. Download the answer sheet. It has guides of it that should help. It’s free, so why not šŸ™‚

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