Jung Personality Test (3min)

Jung Personality Test
Halima Qureshi

Halima S. Qureshi is a practising Clinical Psychologist for the last 5 years, as well as the founding member of Counseling Center in one of the acclaimed Universities of Pakistan. She deals in psychological disorders especially related to early adulthood and adulthood. She is well versed in the field with more than 4 years of teaching and research experience in the field of Psychology. Currently, she is doing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and she is developing Intervention and working with Cognitive Behavior Hypnotherapy for Non-Suicidal Self Injury disorder a newly recognized disorder in DSM 5. Her therapeutic expertise is in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, as well as she is Master Practitioner of Neurolinguistics Programming (NLP) from NFNLP, USA.

In the Jung Personality Test, the personality will be identified among the 16 different types of personality given in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). MBTI is based on the idea of Carl G. Jung’s theory of personality. MBTI is also called Jung Personality Test. This test was originally published in 1962, and since then has been used to identify the career preferences. Initially it was used to assess which career is best for women during WWII.

Jung Personality Test

Please follow the instructions carefully and make sure to choose one option from the given choices. Your most honest opinion regarding yourself will give you surprisingly accurate results.


At the end of the test, we will tell you which personality type you are and elaborate further on what the different personality types are and what sort of job roles tend to suit them.

Questions

Part-I

1. I like to stay in my home or room

 

2. I like to hangout or go out and enjoy

 

3. I like to stay with myself and think of myself

 

4. I like to present in public or participate in gatherings

 

5. Enjoy the activities involving isolation and privacy

 

6. I like to participate in group work

 

7. I like to express my ideas

 

8. I like to keep my ideas to myself

 

9. I like to start new things

 

10. I like to analyse and contemplate and think about situations

 


Part-II

11. I like to experience the things as they are

 

12. I try to analyse and make meaning out of the surroundings

 

13. I am more of a doer, and believes in reality

 

14. I think more theoretically and high on imagination and innovation

 

15. I follow the most usual way of things and follow the crowd

 

16. I opt for something unique, and novel

 

17. I focus on the present

 

18. I like to imagine the future and think about it

 

19. Believe in ideas and what is actually existent

 

20. I like to imagine what could be done, and dreams a lot

 


Part-III

21. I use to think logically and question the surroundings

 

22. I feel for others around always tries to understand and consider the situations

 

23. I am open, direct and straightforward

 

24. I try to be indirect, kind and motivating

 

25. I keep on my stance and can criticize if required

 

26. I try to be gentle, accommodating and appreciative

 

27. I stay firm on my point, and talks my head out mostly

 

28. I think using my heart and stay kind

 

29. I keep focused on the problem at hand, without consideration of others around

 

30. I stay sensitive of others feelings and show compassion

 


Part-IV

31. I keep myself organized

 

32. I am flexible and adapts easily

 

33. I keep on schedule and plan ahead

 

34. I am impulsive, and spontaneous

 

35. I follow the routines and keep the things in structure

 

36. I am easy to be with, and let others modify the situations according to them

 

37. I am always prepared and planned

 

38. I decide as the time demands and go with the flow

 

39. I like to have control over things

 

40. I like freedom, and liberty

 


Final Result:


What to expect in this Jung personality test?

This Jung personality test is based on a person’s psychological assessment, it helps the person to decide which career option is best for them. The Jung personality test is based on the four core ideas and the psychological dimensions introduced by Myers Briggs. You will also get to know which professions are best for you on the basis of the scores you get from the Jung personality test (myers briggs types).

The Jung personality test consisted of 16 personality types and four core domains of personality which lie on the continuum.  At one side of the continuum is the dimension opposite to the other side of the continuum. Such as, if Extroversion, which means a person likes to be outgoing and enjoy social gatherings have Introversion at the other side of the continuum.

Either the person lies on one side or the other, which means that any one domain will be dominant than the other. According to these scores the personality types will be extracted and this then helps in understanding one’s own personality and preferences in their personal and professional lives.

In the age of advancement, people are unable to decide which profession to choose because there are a number of options available out there and deciding any one profession requires clear thinking.

People also get confused when they try to subjectively assess themselves and get biased results due to this. This Jung personality test will solve the problem for you and it will be a matter of few minutes before you know what personality type you are.

This Jung personality test was created on the basic idea of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, as well as following the other reliable resources.

16 Personalities 

At the end of the test we will tell you which personality type you are and elaborate further on what the different personality types are and what sort of job roles tend to suit them,

The 16 personality types which you may fit into include:

  1. ENTJ (Extrovert, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging)
  2. INTJ (Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging)
  3. ENTP (Extrovert, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving)
  4. INTP (Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving)
  5. ENFJ (Extrovert, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging)
  6. INFJ (Introvert, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging)
  7. ENFP (Extrovert, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving)
  8. INFP (Introvert, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving)
  9. ESTJ (Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking, Judging)
  10. ISTJ (Introvert, Sensing, Thinking, Judging)
  11. ESFJ (Extrovert, Sensing, Feeling, Judging)
  12. ISFJ (Introvert, Sensing, Feeling, Judging)
  13. ESTP (Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving)
  14. ISTP (Introvert, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving)
  15. ESFP (Extrovert, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving)
  16. ISFP (Introvert, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving)

 

References

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