TRY YOUR TRAITS BEFORE TRYING FATE

A Brief Description of the Tests

  • Identify your personality type with the Jung Typology Test™. Obtain your type description and discover which career choices and schools are the most suitable for your type.
  • Are you compatible with your soul mate? Looking for a perfect dating partner? Will you have a good and stable relationship? The answer is in the Jung Marriage Test™.
  • Starting up or running a small business? Determine the kinds of businesses and franchises that are most favorable for you with the Small Business Entrepreneur Profiler™
  • Why does trouble stick to you? Can you control your fortune? How can you leverage the knowledge of your “risk type”? You'll find the answers in the Risk Attitudes Profiler™.
    Check the risk type profiles of famous personalities.
  • Discover activities that are most preferable for you. Find the best ways of working with others and managing conflicts. Uncover and resolve compatibility issues. Improve job satisfaction and reduce stress. Complete a Career Development Assessment.
  • Are you a person with a clear, distinct vision of the future? Can you easily and realistically foresee how things are going to develop? Discover how much of a visionary you are with the Visionary Test.
  • Do you actively struggle for your rights and defend your views and opinions, or do you tend to give up defending your rights and comply with the rules imposed on you? Discover how assertive you are and learn how to assert yourself with the Assertiveness Test.
  • Do you adhere to high moral standards all the time or do you change your moral standards based on circumstances? Discover how moral you are with the Morals Test.
  • We intentionally, or unconsciously, try to follow the behaviors of our role models, regardless of how our own traits match up with theirs. It is to our advantage to have a role model whose traits are similar to our own. Use the Role Model Profiler™ to find a role model that shares your personality traits.
  • Don't know whom to vote for in the election? Do you need a more objective assessment of Barack Obama’s performance? The Political Performance Indicator™ will help you.
  • Organizations and professional users: interested in Jung personality assessments for career development, teambuilding, leadership, or candidate assessment? Visit our HRPersonality.com website.

Jung Typology Test™

Carl Jung characterized people using three criteria:

  • Extraversion - Introversion
  • Sensing - Intuition
  • Thinking - Feeling

Isabel Briggs Myers * added a fourth criterion:

  • Judging-Perceiving

The first letters of the different combinations of the four criteria denote personality type formula. For example:

ISTJ - Introvert Sensing Thinking Judging

Upon completing the Jung Typology Test™ you will obtain your type formula, the strength of each of the preferences and the description of your type. It may help you to identify your lifestyle both in general, and with respect to specific areas of activity. You will also obtain a list of the most suitable career choices based on your personality, along with some educational institutions where you can receive a relevant degree or training.

Jung Marriage Test™

A good and stable relationship between partners is conducive to a happy marriage, and we often don't know what the underlying cause of our conflicts is. The ability to assess the likelihood of a healthy long term relationship is one of the main challenges in dating and matchmaking. Jung Marriage Test™ addresses this challenge. The test identifies potentially successful and potentially problematic matches by comparing and analysing personality types of the partners. Personality type is defined by the three criteria introduced by Carl Jung:

  • Extraversion - Introversion
  • Sensing - Intuition
  • Thinking - Feeling

And the fourth criterion added by Isabel Briggs Myers *:

  • Judging-Perceiving

The different combinations of these four criteria define sixteen possible personality types. The type formula is denoted by the first letters of the combination, e.g.

ENFP - Extravert iNtuitive Feeling Perceiving

Once you know the type formula and strengths of the preferences of both partners (or prospective partners), it is possible to calculate the index of compatibility (MatchIndex) between the partners. The MatchIndex represents potential for a successful and mutually satisfying long term relationship.

A high MatchIndex ensures a good and stable long-term relationship. If the partners' MatchIndex is low, then in the vast majority of cases the relationship will be subject to conflict.

Upon completing the test, you will get a MatchIndex for your couple as well as tips on how to maintain a healthy and stable relationship and avoid “bumps”.

Small Business Entrepreneur Profiler™

One of the most important factors that determine the success of a small business is the right choice of line of business from personality fit standpoint, i.e. the extent to which it corresponds with your personality’s “business type”. We distinguish several basic personality business types, such as business leader, freelancer, analyst etc.

The knowledge of your personality’s business type is crucial. If the nature of the business does not match up with your personality’s business type, you run the risk of losing your business, together with all the money and effort invested, never mind all the frustration and loss of self-confidence incurred. At the end of the test, you will obtain:

  • your personality’s business type and its description including strong and weak points
  • what kind of business partner, in terms of his or her personality’s business type, you can benefit from partnering with
  • a list of the most favourable occupations you are most likely to succeed as a small business, alone or in a partnership
  • some examples of franchises that match up your personality’s business profile

Risk Attitudes Profiler™

Some people want stability, order and safety in their life. Others have an unconscious drive for a dynamic life, keen excitement, and risk-taking. The reason for many life troubles and lost fortunes is the huge gap between a person’s inherent attitudes toward risk and his or her actual lifestyle, occupation, objectives and how he/she realizes those objectives.

Knowing your own “risk profile” and risk attitude index is crucial because inconsistencies between your natural risk attitudes and your life lead to stress and emotional discomfort, negatively affect your career and business, your private life, and your confidence in your abilities.

At the end of the test, you will obtain your risk attitude index, the description of your risk type, its strong and weak points, ways of personal growth and strategies for success.

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* Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test™ uses methodology, questionnaire, scoring and software that are proprietary to Humanmetrics, and shall not be confused with the , and/or instrument offered by CPP, Inc. Humanmetrics is not affiliated with CPP, Inc.
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