This introvert or extrovert test helps you reveal if you have personality traits that incline towards introversion or characteristics for extroversion. Discover more on the subject of introverts and extroverts below the form.

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How does this introvert or extrovert test work?

This represents a form with 48 choices that cover areas in your life and are designed to uncover traits of your personality, some of which you are aware of and some others that might be buried deep inside. You are being asked to choose only the sentences that you feel best match the way you are in order to be given a result. The latest consists of the two percentages that were revealed by your choices.

The extraversion percentage shows how much of you is an extrovert while the introversion percentage displays the degree of introvert in you. There are some cases in which people fall right in the middle having these two values similar, these are acquainted for ambivert,  a person that displays  both sets of characteristics.

Example result:


According to your choices, the extraversion percent for you is 67% while the introversion percent is 33%. This means that you are more of an Extrovert than an Introvert.

Introversion and Extraversion

These two concepts have represented one of the key dimensions in the study of human personality theories. They first appeared in the work of Carl Jung. Although they are sometimes viewed as different, many people display traits from both of them while one is considered to be dominant. There is a introversion extraversion spectrum to be considered and each person falls somewhere. There Amongst them the Big Five model, the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator, Hans Eysenck's three-factor model and the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory.


These people are detail oriented and able to focus for long periods of time. They prefer to stay in solitude and work on their own as social interactions tire them. They are not keen on showing their feelings and they also avoid any type of confrontation. They are concerned more of what is behind words so they prefer to listen more than they talk.


These people are known to be sociable, warm and quick to show their feelings. They take leadership whenever the events calls for and they enjoy working in larger groups. They take courageous risks and they sometimes think without putting too much thought. They seek variety and they are enticed by novelty and by experimenting with other people.


This is the latest consideration taken on this subject and states that there are personalities that can’t really fall under one of the two classical dimensions and that such cases such not be somewhat forced to abide by one category. Let’s take for example the case of a sociable and enthusiastic person who is energized by spending time in large groups but that in the same time prefers to have moments of introspection and observation. Maybe this person is not very interested in taking the lead but still is ambitious and stands by his or her opinions while adapting to any kind of change.

02 Jan, 2015