The Psychometric Personality Quiz: Which Personality Type Are You?
Inspired by the Myers & Briggs 16 Personality Types, this stripped back Psychometric Personality Test will give you a detailed description of exactly who you are and why you may do things in the particular way that you do.
Take the test below!
Those who have a personality type that falls under the Analyst category are known to be level-headed and strong-willed; masters of all things in the realm of intellect and technology. Intuition resonates with the Analyst role, as they are famous for their ability to adapt themselves and their thinking strategies to pretty much anything.
These personalities are generally able to effectively balance the need to both learn and discover, however this perception of the world can be detrimental if they are unable to clearly direct their abilities into an important cause; leaving them overwhelmed when they find themselves in a position that is not solutions-oriented.
The Analyst’s success can also be his or her downfall, as they tend to place more importance on function than a solution that pleases others. This can have a negative effect on the Analyst’s social life.
Analyst personality types are leaders that are driven to produce and modify structures to create better systems.
of Analysts agree that they enjoy all kinds of competition and strive to win
(the highest of the 4 personality types)
Kind, good-natured and compassionate, Diplomat personality types strive to use their inventiveness and resourcefulness in everything that they do, placing a particular focus on collaboration.
Their sympathetic nature can influence Diplomats in especially difficult situations, as they find it hard to distinguish between making an emotional or rational decision. However, this kindness also means that they can really inspire and drive value behind a cause that they are passionate about, allowing them to thrive within a leadership position.
Despite this, Diplomats are by no means pushovers – they reject anything they deem to be wrong or unjust.
A Diplomat personality has an open heart, and when in familiar company they can range from being softly nurturing to radiantly outgoing.
of Diplomats agree that they like to spend a lot of time in nature
(the highest of the 4 personality types)
Sentinel personality types are known to be dedicated, particular and cooperative. They are the most grounded trait of the four; they place high value on competence and working hard, to preserve the natural order of all aspects in their lives.
This emphasis on practicality and meticulousness can influence Sentinels to be quite relentless, making them dedicated workers that can be somewhat unforgiving at times. They expect those working around them to be putting in the same amount of effort that they expect from themselves.
Sentinels love structure and rules! They are self-motivated beings that favour tried-and-true approaches over transcendence.
of Sentinels agree that they are the most creative in the morning
(the highest of the 4 types)
Explorers are independent people – they aren’t really ones to prepare. They thrive in unpredictable situations as they appear. This personality type enjoys living in the present, and in turn does not place much focus on the past or future. They focus on living in the ‘now’.
Although Explorers are focused beings that will devote all of their attention to something of interest, they are prone to jump ship as soon as this interest is lost. This lack of commitment can lead Explorers to stray from the beaten path, to go towards something more exciting instead.
Their freeness in nature complements their socially dynamic personality – they enjoy the natural flow of life and have no time for pessimists.
When an Explorer finds their passion, amazing things will happen.
of Explorers highly prioritise having a neat and clean house
(the lowest of the 4 personality types)
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