Enneagram Test

Learn your Enneagram Type!

The enneagram is a profound and powerful guide to understanding your personality and inner workings.

Want to know your enneagram type? Just take this simple 10 minute enneagram test below.

Instructions

  • For each question, select which statement that has been true MOST OF YOUR LIFE.
  • Try not to over-analyze the questions or think of "exceptions to the rule."
  • Be spontaneous — choose the statement that comes closest to the way you've been most of the time, most of your life.
  • You may skip questions that really do not apply to you — but do not skip questions simply because they are hard to answer.
    • needed to show affection to people.
    • preferred to maintain some distance with people.
    • insight and knowledge.
    • strength and decisiveness.
    • tended to withdraw.
    • rarely backed down.
    • focused and intense.
    • spontaneous and fun-loving.
    • asking tough questions and maintaining my independence.
    • maintaining my stability and peace of mind.
    • careful and hesitant.
    • bold and domineering.
    • romantic and imaginative.
    • pragmatic and down to earth.
    • unsure of myself.
    • sure of myself.
    • was too much excitement and stimulation.
    • wasn't enough excitement and stimulation.
    • cynical and skeptical.
    • mushy and sentimental.
    • supportive, giving person who seeks intimacy with others.
    • serious, reserved person who likes discussing issues.
    • being "stand-offish" has annoyed people.
    • telling people what to do has annoyed people.
    • reluctance to get too involved has gotten me into trouble with people.
    • eagerness to have people depend on me has gotten me into trouble with them.
    • diplomatic, charming, and ambitious.
    • direct, formal, and idealistic.
    • "street-smart" survivor.
    • "high-minded" idealist.
    • take on confrontations.
    • avoid confrontations.
    • relax and stop worrying about potential problems.
    • get myself worked up about potential problems.
    • challenge people and "shake them up".
    • comfort people and calm them down.
    • given in too easily and let others push me around.
    • been too uncompromising and demanding with others.
    • I'm missing out on something better.
    • if I let down my guard, someone will take advantage of me.
    • outgoing, sociable person.
    • earnest, self-disciplined person.
    • unsinkable spirit and resourcefulness.
    • deep caring and personal warmth.
    • relationship-oriented than goal-oriented.
    • goal-oriented than relationship-oriented.
    • hospitable person and have enjoyed welcoming new friends into my life.
    • private person and have not mixed much with others.
    • myself.
    • others.
    • be a "pillar of strength".
    • perform perfectly.
    • stop considering alternatives and do something definite.
    • take it easy and be more flexible.
    • "fit in" with others - I get uncomfortable when I stand out too much.
    • stand out from others - I get uncomfortable when I don't distinguish myself.
    • depended on my friends and they have known that they can depend on me.
    • not depended on people; I have done things on my own.
    • methodical and cautious.
    • adventurous and taken risks.
    • detached and preoccupied.
    • moody and self-absorbed.
    • pursue my personal interests rather than have comfort and security.
    • have comfort and security rater than pursue my personal interests.
    • not been able to speak up for myself very well.
    • been outspoken - I've said what others wished they had the nerve to say.
    • useful to me.
    • enjoyable.
    • been able to put my feelings aside to get the job done.
    • needed to work through my feelings before I could act.
    • due to my talent for making a favorable impression.
    • achieved despite my lack of interest in developing "interpersonal skills."
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