Take The Hero Code Personality Test

My name is Erik Thor and I developed the Hero Code personality test to better understand how people are when they are in a positive state of flow.

When happy, confident, and emotionally stable, we make smarter and better decisions, using our strongest cognitive functions and intelligences to our advantage.

My personality test is built to help you understand who you can be if you find your Hero Type.

Hero Code Personality Test

How does the personality test work?

My test is built on a unique testing algorithm. With every answered question, you are divided scores on 3-6 different personality traits. That means I can ask less questions, and learn more about you.

5 min 

How does the test figure out my personality type?

The personality test is highly intelligent. Firstly, it looks at your position across four different scales, and then it connects your answers to eight different cognitive functions, eight personality traits, and sixteen personality types. 

How can I verify my results?

First, look at how strong your scales are. If you are in the middle on a trait, that means the test was unable to detect a strong preference. If you scored 6,25% higher or lower than average, your result is statistically significant. The test has detected a clear preference. 

How accurate are the test results?

Based on my current statistics, the accuracy of the test is about 65% which puts it above most online tests. It may not get your right personality type, but it will point you in the right direction. In the end, you’re going to need to walk the last part of the way yourself, through introspection and study. 

What can I do to maximize the accuracy?

You want to strongly agree and disagree on about 25% of the statements. The rest of the questions can be in the middle. You do not need to have a strong preference on every scale or personality trait.

You want to be in a positive state of mind when you take the personality test.

You want to be honest and choose some strengths and some weaknesses. If you find yourself agreeing with everything, think about it bigger. Would you enjoy doing this every day? 

 

Erik Thor

Developer

My name is Erik Thor and I’ve been studying personality psychology for ten years now. My breakthrough came after years studying neuroscience and personality psychology, when I realised that personality and identity was strongly linked to our primary passions & hobbies in life.

Erik Thor's Hero Code Personality Test

The ultimate personality test

What is your personality type?

August 2020 Edition

My Hero Code test will help you find out what type of hero you really are. I use values-psychology to help people find out what personality type best matches their values and cognitive functions. Unlike most tests, I do not care about how you act or behave. I am more interested in who you want to be and what your most ideal version of yourself is.

Firstly, personality psychology can help you become more self-aware. Secondly, you can use it to make better decisions that will make you a happier and more fulfilled person. Finally, I believe my personality types can also help you find personal growth. Make better decisions in your career and in your relationships. Build a lifestyle that will put you in a state of flow. So what is your personality type?

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I developed this test with inspiration from the NJTI-4. The NJTI-4 is a test built on modern discoveries in neuroscience and personality psychology.

Take The Hero Code Personality Test

1.I enjoy investigating elaborate concepts and theories
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Agree
2.I find parties and events overwhelming
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3.I like to focus on helping and supporting other people
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4.I don't enjoy discussions and arguments
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5.I like to reflect on my own situation and feelings
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6.I find competitive environments discouraging
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7.I like to research and develop concepts and theories
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8.I find multitasking stressful
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