Personality Test Statistics
This article is great if you are curious how the personality test works and why you got the result you did. I have gathered tons of data on personality type through my personality test statistics. I have a unique personality test that measures your personality type based on your strongest cognitive functions and personality traits.
How many people have taken my personality test?
55377 people have taken my personality test so far and for every person that takes the test I am able to get stronger and stronger evidence and data. Using this data I am able to test what questions are doing well and what questions need to be improved. In this article, we take a look at the data and patterns I have observed so far.
Most common types
At the moment, INFPs have enjoyed taking my personality test more than any other personality type, closely followed by the ENFP. This is in part because INFPs and ENFPs tend to make out my biggest groups of followers. The test has also been heavily shared in these groups.
Strongest cognitive functions
With ENFPs and INFPs in the lead, it is not surprise that Extroverted iNtuition is the most popular cognitive function on my test. Both these types tend to test high on this cognitive function.
Personality types & Cognitive functions
In this chart, we see the strongest cognitive functions for every personality type. Importantly, every personality type has every cognitive function. However, some personality types ted to specialise in particular cognitive functions.
Find out what the questions I use mean and how they work.
- Firstly, every question will give you +6,25% on two dichotomies and on either Assertiveness or Turbulence.
- Secondly, every question is based on a cognitive function, for example question one and two measure introverted iNtuition.
- Thirdly, Assertiveness and Turbulence is about whether you tend to agree with more positive or more negative statements.
1.I enjoy investigating elaborate concepts and theories
INFJs tend to say yes to this (5/6 strongly agree) while ESTPs tend to strongly disagree with this (4/6 Strongly disagree)