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The Jung or MBTI® type test
The Jung or MBTI® type test is only suitable for personal development. Type based psychological tests must NEVER be used for recruitment. Psychometric tests should only be used in business environments by trained professionals, and using validated tests.
The test on this page is not for commercial use and for personal development interest only.
The approach used in both the Jung personality test and the MBTI® test are defined by eight main differences between people:
- How we focus our energy or attention – extraversion or introversion
- How we perceive or take in information and the world around us – sensing or intuition
- How we prefer to make decisions – thinking or feeling
- How we orient ourselves to the external world – judgement or perception
When these differences are combined, there are 16 unique personality types that define our behaviours, skills, and attitudes towards life. Each of the 16 personalities has its own potential strengths as well as areas that offer opportunities for growth.
The results of the test only show PREFERENCE and not COMPETENCE.
Consider each of the statements below. Choose A or B There is no correct answer. Just the one that is more or less appropriate for you.
Select the answer that you think most accurately, and most often describes your thinking. When you agree with both answers, indicate the one you agree with most often.
The information on this page and tools contained are for general information purposes only. The Free MBTI type test/ Jung type test is provided as is. This is provided in good faith, we make no representations or warranties of any kind.
On completion of the free test you will be presented with your “type” – for more information go to this page after: