The Enneagram of Personality or (pronounced EN-EE-A-GRAM) is about
people -- their similarities and their differences; it is used to improve communication and relationships, and to lessen misunderstandings. The IEA provides a description of each of the nine personality types, including both beneficial and challenging traits for each, as well as other info.
After you determine your "type" check this site for in-depth profiles of each of the sixteen psychological types; also includes a Functional Analysis which gives more background info and helps explain Jung's theories.
The folks at ImproveNow.com believe that "The unexamined work life is not worth living." These free, anonymous, self-assessments
will help you assess your personal style, etc.; you ask others to provide input, also.
This ``quickie'' test has been engineered to help you figure out your
mate's type (or your own). The inventory takes only a couple of minutes to complete, is self-scoring and consists of these four parts:
Use this interactive site to determine your Values and Lifestyles (VALS) type by submitting your answers, which will then classify you and provide info about the eight lifestyle groups; other assessments are also available online. [NOTE: Read the FAQ for more info]
The "Duniho and Duniho Life Pattern Indicator" (DDLI) is a computer program which measures the same 16 psychological types as the Keirsey-Bates Temperament Sorter and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. This site provides extensive info and links to the software:
Want to figure out personality style: your own, or that of family, friends, and business associates? Dr. Tony Alessandra's The Platinum Rule helps you identify the Behavioral Style (Director, Relater, Socializer, or Thinker) utilizing an 18 question forced-choice survey, then provides results and insight into the ways you (or any associate) view relationships, thus enabling you to learn ways to communicate and interact more effectively with others.
Try this test from The Self Discovery Workshop to provide an independent observation of one's probable academic potential. Site provides info about IQ scores and the history of this intelligence test. They also have a searchable Self-Help Database.
A variety of "IQ" tests in multiple choice format scored instantly online. Please note that the IQ score calculated on these tests is based on the scores of others who've taken the test; while avarage scores and standard deviations are stated, there is no info provided regarding the norming (if any) of the test (correct answers are NOT included.)
Provides a variety of resources and provides a money-back offer on their THINKfast software. You'd really need to spend some time at their site to fully explore their materials. To give you an idea, these self-assessments are in their
IQ TESTING SECTION:
Curious about yourself?
Download and try out this reasonably accurate shareware (30 K) which consists of 50 items in an easy-to-use format. The computer keeps track of your time (30 minute limit) so you can concentrate on answering the questions.
The questions are provided on-line. If you want scores, you must mail your answers to the author... (information regarding the cost, if any, is included). Many other interesting tidbits are available on this site, as well...