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Marlene Said:Reputable personality disorder online tests?
We Answered:Most are not considered 'reputable', but this one is better than others, for entertainment more than anything. psychcentral.com
Louise Said:Where can I find an online personality test for Jung's original personality types?
We Answered:Not sure if you specifically do want Jungian types, or if you'd accept the MBTI (which incorporates the Jung types and takes them out another step).
The eight Jungian types were used by Myers and Briggs to create the MBTI personality test -- the one that many people are today familiar with.
Jung did not use the open vs. closure factor (J vs. P) that Myers added to her test. He just had the introveted and extroverted types for Thinking, Feeling, Intuition, & Sensation (i.e., eight). With the fourth factor added, MBTI has sixteen types.
The Humanmetrics link above will test for your MBTI type -- it is not a pure Jungian test. I don't really know anyone who tests purely for Jungian, since Jung was more theoretical and Myers wanted to translate Jung into practical usage.
The MBTI has four basic archetypes (in addition to the specific type) based on the four letters of the type -- ST, SF, NT, and NF, or Sensing Thinking, Sensing Feeling, Intuitive Thinking, and Intuitive Feeling.
David Keirsey (at Keirsey.com -- free test there) developed a varation of the MBTI that uses a slight variation of archetype. He felt that the types were better categorized as SJ, SP, NT, and NF (judging sensing, perceiving sensing, intuitive thinking, and intuitive feeling).
So you can visit humanmetrics.com if you'd like. Keirsey's test is a bit longer.
For some good descriptions, visit:
Mathew Said:do online personality tests really work?
We Answered:it depends. most "personality tests" don't accurately define you. those are usually like "which ______ character are you" etc.... the best ones that will truly assess your personality define you in terms of the "big 5" often remembered by the acronym OCEAN:
Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism.
if you want a site with valid personality tests might i suggest www.Similarminds.com
i've taken many tests there which all end up with the same result. I prefer to take tests based on the big 5. it's just a simple personality definition (and an accurate one).
hope i helped =-D
Regina Said:How do I pass those online UNICRU personality tests for places like Best Buy?
We Answered:Be yourself and answer truthfully. If you are faking it, you aren't right for the job and you won't like the job.
Jimmie Said:Serious Psychological/Personality Tests Online?
We Answered:It's not likely that you will find a serious personality or psychological test online. Part of the reason is that it's too easy to cheat or be unwittingly distracted (thus throwing off the results) and part of the reason is that for many tests observing how a person takes the tests is PART of the test.
Though there are many sites that claim to have real tests, I know of no creditable expert who would heed the results of such. But let me know if you find some kind of exception to that rule - the Internet is a big place!
Audrey Said:How do I know if I passed or failed the job app. online personality test?
We Answered:I work in staffing and some of my clients use these tests. You can't really "pass" or "fail" these personality tests. While I agree that they aren't the best screening tool, I do know that they are just intended to determine if you would more or less likely be a good fit for the type of position for which you are applying. For example, if you're applying for an entry level customer service job, the questions are geared to find out if you can take direction, if you're going to have a reasonable level of patience, etc. So I would say there really isn't a way to find out what the results were because there is no definite pass or fail. In my experience, the employer typically will make their decision based off of the "big picture" of the applicant. I.E, how they interview, previous work history, stability, references and personality results.
Wilma Said:Ever take one of those online personality love tests?
We Answered:I was one of the many that fell for this too. It scared the living you know what out of me.