What’s Your Personality Type?

Are you fun-loving and outgoing, or quiet and reserved?  Do you choose the logical answer, or go with your gut?  Find out what your personality type reveals about you!

Take a few minutes and go through this personality typing exercise.  It will give you some insight into how you see the world and in what ways you relate to yourself and others.

You may discover something incredibly revealing, or you might just say, “Yes, that’s me!”  In either case you’ll take a deeper look into yourself and discover a bit more about what’s really in there.

Here’s the Myers-Briggs style Personality Inventory.  Answer the questions then come back here and check your results.

So are you INFJ, ESTP, ISTJ or something else?  Choose your personality type from the ones below and take a glimpse inside.

Then share your results!

ESTP ESFP ESTJ ESFJ

ENTJ ENTP ENFJ ENFP

ISTP ISFP ISTJ ISFJ

INTJ INTP INFJ INFP

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  • Marfusha

    Well, my personality type is supposedly Independent Thinker, but it doesn’t seem to say what my “four-letter” personality type is.

    It says:

    “Independent, original, analytical and determined. Have an exceptional ability to turn theories into solid plans of action. Highly value knowledge, competence and structure. Driven to derive meaning from their visions. Long-range thinkers. Have very high standards for their performance and the performance of others. Natural leaders, but will follow if they trust existing leaders.”

    This is very much like me, I must agree.

    • http://fluffylittleidiot.blogspot.com/ Elizabeth Braun

      Me too. Same result, no letters.

      • http://giftedforlife.com Sonia Dabboussi

        The letters actually come from the continuum bars underneath the description you got. You should see 4 bars that are marked with Extroverted (E) – Introverted (I), Sensing (S) – Intuitive (N), Thinking (T) – Feeling (F), and Judging (J) – Perceiving (P).

        The red mark on the line indicates your own personal position on the scale. Whichever end of the bar the red line is closest to is the letter you need to use for the other descriptions.

        I hope that helps.

  • Marfusha

    Ah!

    Now I see!

    Well, then I am INTJ.
    I just wasn’t sure about the letters, since I am not used to just saying I am Judging when the red bar was about in the middle (which it was).

    I very much like my personality. 🙂

  • Widad Lyna Mezahi

    INTJ

    • http://giftedforlife.com giftedforlife

      Widad, only 1% of the population fits into the INTJ category.  You are one of  “life’s independent thinkers”.  Congrats!

  • beachbuddha

    INFP

    • http://giftedforlife.com giftedforlife

      Beachbuddha, you are also in a group of only 1% of the population as an INFP.  As an “inspiring idealist” you help make the world a better place.  Awesome!

  • Vandekerkhove Lies

    I had to take this test with a psychologist  ( that where two sessions).  I had to do it for my ex-work and I came out as INTJ.

  • Jules

    ENTP or groundbreaking thinker 😉

  • KJ Rajah

    Hello, I’m new to this group and have recently been discovering or rather accepting who I am – it’s been a long process of preferring to be what everyone else wants me to be but feeling constantly conflicted by that pressure. As I’m sure you may have felt the same, this is a big step, almost like admitting you’re an alcoholic but clearly giftedness doesn’t come with as much liver damage. Only, brain damage. Or rather emotional and mental damage from living so long in the dark about who I am and why I battle being overwhelmed by my feelings and other people’s feelings and the incongruous acts in this world.
    Anyway, I’m an INFP. I’m also an HSP – Highly Sensitive Person and it turns out, I too am a gifted adult. I found out about these traits about six years ago, however, it has taken me this long and the past 2 years of counselling to actualize and accept these traits and characteristics as my own. They belong to me. There is freedom in that, but I also feel very frustrated about my upbringing, my education, my consequent choices and my many years of being overlooked, undervalued and treated with no consideration for my sensitiveness. I’m also afraid of my expectations that I now have to be a genius and incredibly talented and successful and if I don’t succeed I would’ve failed not only myself but everybody else.
    This is clearly out of proportion with what it means to be gifted, which is why I’ve joined this group, because I am finally ready to synchronise with the necessary information to allow myself to be me and to realise and become my full potential.

  • phil williams

    INFP

  • Estelle

    analytical thinker type, just like me ;3