by Diana G.
by Cynthia Schaefer
If you really study it objectively, it gives you a whole new insight into your personality, whether you like what you read or not. I took the test pretty quickly, and might have changed some of the answers from neutral to something else if I had dwelled on the question longer, but generally first impulse is the correct one.
What I like the most is that this test does not only give you an assessment of your present state, it gives you directions for improving yourself and your relationships with others. I plan on putting the results in a binder and reading them over again every birthday, to see if I think I am improving.
Q. What is this personality test based on?
A. This personality test is based on the Enneagram personality theory, which describes personality in terms of nine types, each driven by their own set of core emotions, fears, and beliefs.
Q. How long is this test?
A. The test consists of 105 questions and takes about 10 minutes to complete.
Q. What will I learn from my test report?
A. You will first see a brief, free report showing the basic findings of your Enneagram personality test. Then, you have the option of unlocking your full report for a small fee.
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 the Enneagram personality test accurate?
A. This test has been researched to ensure it is valid and reliable. Our research included factor analysis to identify the core traits of each of the 9 personality types, as well as statistical studies of reliability.
Q. Can I have my employees, team or group take the Enneagram test?
A. Yes! We offer a special edition of the Enneagram assessment specifically designed for workplace use. The Enneagram for the Workplace offers a full-length Enneagram assessment along with a report tailored for business and organizational use. You can take the assessment yourself, or learn how to set up a group.