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Personality Test of Myers & Briggs' 16 Types

TypeFinder Personality Test FAQ

Q. What is this personality test based on?

A. This test is based on the personality theory created by Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs. It measures your preferences on Myers and Briggs' four dimensions of personality type, as well as 23 more detailed facets of type to personalize your results.

Q. How long is this personality test?

A. The test consists of 130 questions and takes about 10-15 minutes to complete.

Q. Is this personality test really free?

A. You do not need to purchase or register to take this test and view an overview of your results. If you would like, you can purchase a more comprehensive full report for a small fee.

Q. Is this personality test accurate?

A. No personality test is accurate for everyone, but this test has been researched extensively to ensure it is valid and reliable, using a variety of statistical methods. These results are detailed in the TypeFinder technical report. Most of our users describe their results as both accurate and insightful.

Q. What will my results for this test look like?

A. You will first see a brief, free report showing the key points from your results. After reviewing your brief report, you then have the option to unlock your full report for a small fee. To see what you can expect from your full report, see this sample report.

Q. How can I access my personality test results?

A. After you take a test, you will have the option to create an account by entering your email address. If you create an account, you can view your test results at any time by returning to Truity.com and logging into your account. We do not email your results to you.

Q. Do I need to complete this personality test all at once?

A. If you’ve created an account, you can click on ‘Save’ at the bottom of the screen, and your responses will be saved. If you do not log in to a Truity account before starting the test, you won't have the option to stop and save your responses and will need to complete the test all at once.

Q. Can I have my employees, team or group take the TypeFinder test?

A. Absolutely. Our [email protected] platform is designed to make it easy to give a TypeFinder personality test to your team or group. See discounted group pricing and learn how to quickly and easily set up testing for your group on the Testing for Business page.

Q. Will this test tell me which careers are best for my type?

A. This test has brief information about the careers for your type, but if you main goal is to find the right career for you, then we recommend you take the TypeFinder for Career Planning, which is specifically designed to help you find the right career for your type as well as your individual interests and strengths.

Q. Is this personality test appropriate for children?

A. None of our tests are appropriate for children under the age of 14. Some of our tests may have mature content, and anyone younger than 18 should only take the test with parental guidance.

Q. Where can I find more information about the 16 personalities?

A. You can find comprehensive profiles of each of Myers and Briggs' personality types here: INFP • INFJ • INTP • INTJ • ENFP • ENFJ • ENTP • ENTJ • ISFP • ISFJ • ISTP • ISTJ • ESFP • ESFJ • ESTP • ESTJ

Q. Can my personality type change over time?

A. If you asked Isabel Briggs Myers and Katherine Briggs (the creators of the 16 personality types) or Carl Jung (the psychologist whose theories Briggs and Myers studied), they would say no, a person's personality type does not change over time. However, personality psychologists who study large populations have found that shifts in personality do occur over time. Research shows that age and individual life experiences can cause a shift in your personality. However, drastic shifts in personality are unusual, and most people find that changes are small and gradual.

Q. I'm looking for the official MBTI® assessment. Is this it?

A. The MBTI® is the original assessment developed by Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs. The TypeFinder® is based on Myers and Briggs' theory, but is not the same as the MBTI® assessment. Some key differences:

The MBTI® Assessment

  • Developed by Isabel Briggs Myers
  • Based on theories of C.G. Jung, Katharine Briggs and Isabel Myers
  • Measures 4 preferences of personality type
  • Available through certified practitioners or online
  • Results cost $49 (for MBTI® Online)

The TypeFinder®

  • Developed by Truity
  • Based on Myers and Briggs' theory and original empirical research
  • Measures 4 dimensions and 23 facets of personality type
  • Available online
  • Results are free, or choose to purchase an expanded report
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Myers & Briggs' 16 Personality Types

Explore our in-depth descriptions of each of the 16 personality types to learn more about yourself and your loved ones. Or, if you're not sure which personality type fits you, take our free personality test .

The 16 personality types were created by Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs, developers of the MBTI® assessment. Myers and Briggs created their personality typology to help people discover their own strengths and gain a better understanding of how people are different.

When you discover your own personality type, you'll understand more clearly why you do the things you do. You will gain confidence in your strengths and be better able to make decisions that suit your true nature.

Find Your Type


The Healer

INFPs are imaginative idealists, guided by their own core values and beliefs. To a Healer, possibilities are paramount; the reality of the moment is only of passing concern. They see potential for a better future, and pursue truth and meaning with their own flair.


The Mastermind

INTJs are analytical problem-solvers, eager to improve systems and processes with their innovative ideas. They have a talent for seeing possibilities for improvement, whether at work, at home, or in themselves.


The Counselor

INFJs are creative nurturers with a strong sense of personal integrity and a drive to help others realize their potential. Creative and dedicated, they have a talent for helping others with original solutions to their personal challenges.


The Architect

INTPs are philosophical innovators, fascinated by logical analysis, systems, and design. They are preoccupied with theory, and search for the universal law behind everything they see. They want to understand the unifying themes of life, in all their complexity.


The Champion

ENFPs are people-centered creators with a focus on possibilities and a contagious enthusiasm for new ideas, people and activities. Energetic, warm, and passionate, ENFPs love to help other people explore their creative potential.


The Commander

ENTJs are strategic leaders, motivated to organize change. They are quick to see inefficiency and conceptualize new solutions, and enjoy developing long-range plans to accomplish their vision. They excel at logical reasoning and are usually articulate and quick-witted.


The Visionary

ENTPs are inspired innovators, motivated to find new solutions to intellectually challenging problems. They are curious and clever, and seek to comprehend the people, systems, and principles that surround them.


The Teacher

ENFJs are idealist organizers, driven to implement their vision of what is best for humanity. They often act as catalysts for human growth because of their ability to see potential in other people and their charisma in persuading others to their ideas.


The Protector

ISFJs are industrious caretakers, loyal to traditions and organizations. They are practical, compassionate, and caring, and are motivated to provide for others and protect them from the perils of life.


The Composer

ISFPs are gentle caretakers who live in the present moment and enjoy their surroundings with cheerful, low-key enthusiasm. They are flexible and spontaneous, and like to go with the flow to enjoy what life has to offer.


The Inspector

ISTJs are responsible organizers, driven to create and enforce order within systems and institutions. They are neat and orderly, inside and out, and tend to have a procedure for everything they do.


The Craftsperson

ISTPs are observant artisans with an understanding of mechanics and an interest in troubleshooting. They approach their environments with a flexible logic, looking for practical solutions to the problems at hand.


The Provider

ESFJs are conscientious helpers, sensitive to the needs of others and energetically dedicated to their responsibilities. They are highly attuned to their emotional environment and attentive to both the feelings of others and the perception others have of them.


The Performer

ESFPs are vivacious entertainers who charm and engage those around them. They are spontaneous, energetic, and fun-loving, and take pleasure in the things around them: food, clothes, nature, animals, and especially people.


The Supervisor

ESTJs are hardworking traditionalists, eager to take charge in organizing projects and people. Orderly, rule-abiding, and conscientious, ESTJs like to get things done, and tend to go about projects in a systematic, methodical way.


The Dynamo

ESTPs are energetic thrillseekers who are at their best when putting out fires, whether literal or metaphorical. They bring a sense of dynamic energy to their interactions with others and the world around them.


Personality typing is a system of categorizing people according to their tendencies to think and act in particular ways. Personality typing attempts to find the broadest, most important ways in which people are different, and make sense of these differences by sorting people into meaningful groups.

What is personality typing?

The personality types described here were created by Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother, Katharine Briggs, in the 1960's. Their theories were based on the work of psychologist Carl Jung, although they extended his ideas to create a more complete framework of personality typing. Myers and Briggs proposed that there were four key dimensions that could be used to categorize people:

  • Introversion vs. Extraversion
  • Sensing vs. Intuition
  • Thinking vs. Feeling
  • Judging vs. Perceiving

Each of the four dimensions was described as a dichotomy, or an either/or choice between two styles of being. Myers and Briggs described this as a "preference" and proposed that any individual should be able to identify a preferred style on each of the four dimensions. The sum of a person's four preferred styles becomes their personality type.

Myers and Briggs theorized that our preferences on each of the four dimensions would combine to create predictable patterns in thought and behavior, so that people with the same four preferences would share many commonalities in the way they approach their lives, from the hobbies they choose to the work that might suit them.

What is the meaning of the four letters in a personality type?

Each of the four letters in a personality type code stands for a preference in your style of thinking or behaving.

I/E: Introversion or Extraversion

The Introversion/Extraversion dimension describes how a person manages their energy.

Introverts are energized by spending quiet time alone or with a small group. They tend to be more reserved and thoughtful.

Extraverts are energized by spending time with people and in busy, active surroundings. They tend to be more expressive and outspoken.

S/N: Sensing or iNtuition

The Sensing/Intuition dimension describes how an individual processes information.

Sensors focus on their five senses and are interested in information they can directly see, hear, feel, and so on. They tend to be hands-on learners and are often described as "practical."

Intuitives focus on a more abstract level of thinking; they are more interested in theories, patterns, and explanations. They are often more concerned with the future than the present and are often described as "creative."

T/F: Thinking or Feeling

The Thinking/Feeling dimension describes how people make decisions.

Thinkers tend to make decisions with their heads; they are interested in finding the most logical, reasonable choice.

Feelers tend to make decisions with their hearts; they are interested in how a decision will affect people, and whether it fits in with their values.

J/P: Judging or Perceiving

The Judging/Perceiving dimension describes how people approach structure in their lives.

Judgers appreciate structure and order; they like things planned, and dislike last-minute changes.

Perceivers appreciate flexibility and spontaneity; they like to leave things open so they can change their minds.

How do I know which personality type I am?

Easy—take our in-depth personality type test!


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Personality types | 16Personalities



Imaginative, strategic thinkers with a plan for all occasions.


Creative inventors, with a strong belief in the power of knowledge.


Brave, resourceful and strong-willed leaders who always find a way - or make a way.


Smart and curious thinkers who never turn down an intellectual challenge.



Quiet and mystical, but inspiring and relentless idealists.


Poetic, kind and altruistic personalities, always ready to stand up for a good cause.


Charismatic and inspiring leaders who captivate their listeners.


Enthusiasts, creative and sociable free minds who always find a reason to smile.



Practical and factual people whose reliability is unshakable.


Very responsible and kind protectors, always ready to protect their loved ones.


Excellent administrators, unsurpassed specialists in process and people management.


Extremely caring, sociable and popular people, always ready to help.



Brave and practical experimenters, masters of all kinds of techniques and tools.


Flexible and charming artists, always ready to explore and experience something new.


Smart, energetic and very receptive people who truly enjoy risk.


Spontaneous, energetic and tireless merry fellows - where they are, it's never boring.

Myers-Briggs test: the shortest test that will tell you everything about you . It is used all over the world - including in government organizations. Such a test helps to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the individual in order to build competent relationships with others and increase one's potential.

However, before taking the test, you need to know the following about it:

  1. None of the described types can suit you 100%. Because each of us has traits that take us beyond the average personality type.

  2. The Myers-Briggs test helps solve many questions, but life is such an unpredictable thing that no psychologist can predict it.

  3. Don't let testing (and any fortune-telling, horoscopes, etc. ) rule your life. This test determines the type of personality, but does not dictate how and when you should act.

  4. Every person has positive and negative character traits. Therefore, it cannot be said that some of the personality types below are good and some are bad.

Now get ready and answer honestly 🤗 For each question, you need to choose only one answer and write down the corresponding letter.

1. How do you recover when you feel that you have no more strength?

2. Which description best suits you?

  • I like to live in the moment, here and now, I have a very well developed sense of reality and I am focused on the details of what is happening — S

  • I love to dream, to come up with something new. I live for future projects — N

3. When you have to make an important decision (to choose a university or break up with a guy), what guides you?

  • I try to think with my head. In such matters, logic is important - T

  • I am learning to listen to the heart. If you know how to listen to your emotions, then you make the right decisions -

situations, in extreme conditions, my best ideas come to me -


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Done? Now it's time to explain what these incomprehensible letters meant:


👉 If after reading you have a feeling that this type of personality does not suit you at all, then remember, perhaps when answering one of the questions, you did not know what to choose? Then come back to this question - and you will get a new combination. We are sure that everything will work out this time 🙃

ISTJ - Inspector

Famous people: Queen Elizabeth, Natalie Portman

People of this type of personality love order in everything and try to delve deeply into any, even the most insignificant issues. At the same time, they do not take anything for granted - they analyze any information, collect additional information.

They are able to see things realistically, so they only start work if they are sure they can finish what they started. You can rely on such people, but they prefer short contacts for the duration of the work.

ISFJ — defender

Famous people: Beyoncé, Kate Middleton, Selena Gomez

People of this type very clearly divide others into “us” and “them”, quickly recognizing falsehood and pretense. For "their own" they are ready for a lot - and they will never ask for something in return. They can always stand up for these people, but they will not let themselves be offended either.

In general, they are good-natured "protectors" who are rarely aggressive. They analyze well, like order (but not fanatical), and draw inspiration from the people around them.

INFJ — adviser

Famous people: Nicole Kidman

Such a person is a real gauge of relationships between people. He not only perfectly feels other people's moods, but also easily determines their hidden talents, so he can become a good teacher. Seeing him as a support, others often turn to him for advice.

However, despite outward calmness and wisdom, human advisers are easily vulnerable, they can hardly endure aggression and (especially) lack of love.

INTJ - Inspirer

Famous people: Mark Zuckerberg, Michelle Obama

Inspirer people are not used to wasting time. They strive to improve everything they can, from projects to people. People of this type use atypical ideas, so most often their undertakings are crowned with success.

At the same time, they demonstrate independence in everything - thereby alienating the people around them, with whom they already have a strained relationship (due to the introversion of inspirers).

ISTP — craftsman

Famous people: Olivia Wilde, Kristen Stewart

Such people are used to learning the world through sensations. They are excellent at working with their hands thanks to a technical mindset, while clearly observing all deadlines. They are not accustomed to throwing themselves into the pool with their heads - before making a decision, they wait a long time and analyze everything. Because of this secrecy, their final actions often seem unpredictable and strange to others.

ISFP - Composer

Famous People: Avril Lavigne, Lana Del Rey, Michael Jackson

These types of people don't try to remake the world and other people - they exist perfectly with what has already been created before them. They avoid conflict situations in every possible way, they like to entertain others. They can help and enjoy if they have been useful to someone.

Living with composers is a pleasure: they respect other people's space, don't demand anything, and set you on a positive wave.

INFP — healer

Famous people: Princess Diana, Audrey Hepburn

Healers are well versed in the psychology of other people, they know how to feel them. Those around them are subconsciously drawn to them, however, despite the ease of communication, all the thoughts of people of this type are directed inward - as a result of their desire for inner harmony.

Healers devote a lot of time to their outward appearance, sometimes they lose the sense of the reality of what is happening and rest for an unacceptably long time.

INTP - architect

Famous people: Meryl Streep, Bill Gates it is simply impossible to do so.

So these people are constantly busy, they don’t consider it necessary to waste time on emotions, but they really appreciate comfort and coziness (an environment where they can do what they love — analytics 😁

ESTP - fidget

Famous people: Madonna, Mila Kunis, Miley Cyrus

These people are born fighters, they can even resort to physical strength to achieve their goal. It is not surprising that they simply cannot stand submission, but good leaders come out of them thanks to the ability to draw up a clear plan of action, which they strictly follow.

ESFP — activist

Notable people: Adele, Katy Perry, Will Smith, Cameron Diaz

People of this type are good at seeing the abilities of others, but often use this information for personal purposes - in particular, in order to put pressure on weak points and be able to manage them. It is very important for them to look in the eyes of other people as outstanding personalities.

In general, they try to build harmonious relationships. They do not like long-term projects - they live here and now, so they want to get the result immediately.

ENFP Champion

Famous people: Ellen DeGeneres, Sandra Bullock

Such people can't stand routine, creative work is great for them. Due to the ability to be equally extroverted and deeply sensitive people, they can see in others what is hidden from the rest.

Sincerely enjoy life, live in harmony with everyone. Due to their curiosity, they are intellectually developed and attract other people.

ENTP Inventor

Notable people: Robert Downey Jr.

This personality type fully justifies its name - these people are inventive and resourceful. With the ability to synthesize ideas, they are not afraid of unconventional methods of work.

And as a result, they become pioneers in many spheres of life and branches of knowledge. They hate routine, they are constantly in tension - because they are in the eternal search for new solutions.

ESTJ Administrator

Notable People: Emma Watson

Don't feed these people with bread - let them establish order somewhere or impose their own judgment. However, they are not dictators - they are driven by a simple desire for orderliness.

They are not alien to fun and sense of humor - they have a great time in a noisy company. Do not forget about loved ones and know how to show love. Yet sometimes they are harsh, stubborn and quick-tempered - especially when it comes to disobeying the order they have established.

ESFJ teacher

Famous people: Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Jessica Alba

People of this personality type are always the soul of the company. It costs them nothing to cheer up others, they easily find a common language with anyone and know how to sacrifice themselves for the sake of others.

However, they never ask for help in their work: they are used to achieving everything on their own. The only thing they need is for those close to them to pay attention to their virtues from time to time.

ENFJ mentor

Notable people: Jennifer Lawrence, Tom Hiddleston

Very emotional, such people are accustomed to comprehending the surrounding reality at the level of empathy — which they do very well. They have active facial expressions, their manner of communication attracts listeners. They know how to anticipate events, due to which they are ready for almost any unforeseen circumstances.

They feel well the dishonesty of other people, they always fight for justice.

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