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Take any of the personality tests below to find out more about yourself and those around you. All of these questionnaires have been developed by research psychologists. Results are free and provided instantly. Enjoy!
All About You
Complete this questionnaire to learn about your own personality. The feedback provided by this test is applicable to people of all ages.

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Understand Your Child
Parents, complete this child personality test to better understand your son or daughter. The questionnaire can be used to describe a young child, teen, or adult.
Self-Peer Personality Test

Does how you see yourself match with how other people see you? Two people can complete this test together to find out.

Close Relationship Quiz
Are you always worried about your relationships, or do they rarely cross your mind? Do you hold others close to you, or do you push them away? Complete this personality quiz and learn more about your relationship style.

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My Life Goals
Fame? Fortune? Love? What are the life goals that are most important to you? Find out by completing this survey.
Deal With It
How do you handle unexpected problems that pop up in life? What about successes? Take this test to learn about your coping styles.
Find Your Hogwarts House
Harry Potter fans, have you ever wondered where the sorting hat would place you? Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, or Slytherin: Complete this personality test and find out!
The Sims Personality Test
What's your virtual personality: Neat freak? Couch potato? Socialite? Take this test and get scored on each of the five personality dimensions used in The Sims and The Sims 2.

This website provides free questionnaires and feedback as part of an ongoing research project. All personality feedback is based on scientific findings or expert opinions, but is worded in terms of generalizations and will not be completely accurate for any single person.