Instructions for the FREE Test
This is a forced-choice psychological test which requires you to chose one statement in each pair of statements that describes you best. For each pair of statements, select the statement that applies to you MOST. Do not over-analyze the questions, or try to think of exceptions. In short, don't complicate things and go with your heart spontaneously. After all, it's only for fun ! There will be questions where the answer is a split decision - do not skip questions just because they are hard to answer. If a question is very close and you can't decide which statement applies most - come back to it.

The test takes about 10 minutes to complete. If you have answered honestly and accurately, your basic personality type will be declared at the result. If you are an odd-ball who doesn't fit any category closely enough - % characteristics will be displayed. If any characteristic sums to greater than 100%, you have been inconsistent in your answers but there's nothing to stop you re-assesing.

You find it easy to introduce yourself to other people.
You often get so lost in thoughts that you ignore or forget your surroundings.
You try to respond to your e-mails as soon as possible and cannot stand a messy inbox.
You find it easy to stay relaxed and focused even when there is some pressure.
You don't usually initiate conversations.
You feel a constant need for something new.
Being adaptable is more important to you than being organized.
You go out of your way to avoid conflicts.
Winning a debate is more important to you than making sure no one gets upset.
You often feel as if you have to justify yourself to other people.
Your home and work environments are quite tidy.
You do not mind being at the center of attraction.
You have been called an excellent teacher.
You rarely get mood swings.
it is often difficult for you to relate to other people's feelings.
Your mood can change very quickly.
In a discussion, truth should be more important than people's sensitivities.
You rarely worry about how your actions affect other people.
Your work style is closer to random energy spikes than to a methodical and organized approach.
An interesting book or a video game is often better than a social event.
Being able to develop a plan and stick to it is the most important part of every project.
You can easily lose yourself in fantasy and ideas
Others would call you ingenious as you are constantly generating original ideas.
If someone does not respond to your r-mail quickly, you start worrying if you said something wrong.
As a parent, you would rather see your child grow up kind than smart.
Your dreams tend to be vivid and focus on a fictional world.
It does not take you much time to start getting involved in social activities at your new workplace.
You are more of a natural improviser than a careful planner.
You would love to drive a race car.
You often spend time exploring unrealistic and impractical yet intriguing ideas.
You would rather improvise than spend time coming up with a detailed plan.
You are a relatively reserved and quiet person.
If you had a business, you would find it very difficult to fire loyal but underperforming employees.
Generally, you are more pessimistic than optimistic.
Logic is usually more important than heart when it comes to making important decisions.
Keeping your option open is more important than having a to-do list.
If your friend is sad about something, you are more likely to offer emotional support than suggests ways to deal with the problems.
You have no difficulties coming up with a personal timetable and sticking it.
Being right is more important than being cooperative when it comes to teamwork.
You think that everyone's views should be respected regardless of wether they are supported by facts or not.
You feel more energetic after spending more time with a group of people.
You were popular in high school.
You see yourself as very emotionally stable.
Your mind is always buzzing with unexpected ideas and plans.
You would not call yourself a dreamer.
You usually find it difficult to relax when talking in front of many people.
You get easily bored with the usual way of doing things.
You worry too much about what other people think.
If the room is full, you stay closer to the walls, avoiding the center.
You find it hard to throw things away.
You feel very anxious in stressful situations.
You focus on the possibilities rather than the realities.
You often take initiative in social situations.