As I noticed many searches regarding Myers-Briggs personality types and best match between ENTJ, INTP, ISFJ, ENFJ etc, I decided to write a follow-up to my previous post related to this topic, indicating more resources where you can take these tests.
For those of you who do not know what Myers-Briggs personality types are, I recommend a visit to teamtechnology, where you can find out everything you need to know about this.
For those who want to find out which is their type, you can check out this page, with lots of personality tests, some of them serious, some others fun; or you can go to humanmetrics to take the MBTI test. Tip: take more than one test and compare the results – the more similar the results, the more accurate they are.
If you want to know how your personality type matches the one of your lover, there are some places where you can see that, amongst which humanmetrics. The free test gives you only the percentage of your match, indicating that if it is over 62%, then your couple is viable. The detailed test costs $5 and it gives you also the areas where you match less, with indications for relationship improvement. What you have to know more is that motivation also matters when determining the match between two persons. Motivation can be determined by enneagram tests, one of which is available at enneagraminstitute. There is a free short version available, but they advise to take the full version of the test which costs $10.
If you know your personality type, maybe you want to check out some appropriate prayers for your type at Redemption Junkie by Heidi Turner.
Do you want to know some more? Check out Myers Briggs related best books. You can also visit the ATT Myers Briggs book store, where you can shop for your favourites.
For more resources and personality tests visit the Personality Assessment Resources Store
The results relationship test humanmetrics gives is based on a theory most experts don’t agree with. I like to use the theory explained in this article: http://www.themindbehind.net/mbti/MBTIrel.html