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Jung Type Test

C.G. Jung’s theory of personality is one of the oldest personality frameworks in psychology and remains, to this day, the most widely used personality test in the world.

What does Jung’s theory say about your personality? For each of the following statements, indicate how well it describes you below.

Question 1 of 36

I enjoy philosophical discussions.



The IDRlabs Modern Jung Type Test (IDR-MJTT) is developed by, and is the property of, IDRlabs. Over the years, C.G. Jung’s theory has been further developed by Marie-Louise von Franz, H.J. van der Hoop, Katharine Cook Briggs, Isabel Briggs Myers, and many others. The present test is the product of original, independent research and is not affiliated with any of the aforementioned researchers.

The test provides results such as the following: ESFJ: Nurturing, cooperative, and supportive, you care deeply about people and about establishing social harmony in the give-and-takes that you participate in. Punctual and responsible, you are often quick to see what needs to be done and also how it could be done in accordance with the wishes of others. Sensitive to emotional nuances that others would not necessarily notice, you are caring and cordial when it comes to uniting your own wishes with those of people around you. You are systematic in following through and making sure that your projects and designs stand out as paragons of thoroughness, competence, and accountability. Though you are extraordinarily dependable and methodical about your work and responsibilities, you actually care just as much about people as you care about doing a good job. Respectful and considerate, you are truly at your best in situations where your warmth, sympathy, and gracious manner can shine through. Challenges that are purely cold and impersonal, and which offer no opportunity to interact or bond with others, can sometimes leave you cold.

Or: INTJ: Intellectual and often reserved, you tend to be intensely preoccupied with deep, abstract thoughts as they pertain to your often eclectic interests. At times you can come across as distant to others but at your core, you harbor a genuine individualistic passion that only becomes apparent to those who know you. Despite your air of preoccupation, you are likely to have a strong sense of self as well as a will to plan strategically and act decisively to achieve the goals that you envision. While others may sometimes wish you were quicker to jump into action, the truth is that you are inclined toward long-term planning and, as a consequence, are likely to want to examine many different perspectives before moving to act. You tend to dislike convention and authority when evaluating these different perspectives, as you try to see everything as open to critical questioning and capable of being re-thought from the ground up. In approaching problems this way, you are likely to uncover new essentials about the matters that interest you that were previously unknown or missed by others.

As the publishers of this free online Jung Type Test, which allows you to determine your personality type in C.G. Jung’s system of personality, we have strived to make the quiz as reliable and valid as possible by subjecting it to statistical controls and validation. However, free online quizzes such as the present Jung Personality Test do not provide professional assessments or recommendations of any kind; the test is provided entirely “as-is.” For more information about any of our online tests and quizzes, please consult our Terms of Service.

Why Use This Test?

1. Free. This Jung Type Test is delivered to you free of charge, without the need for sign-up, and will allow you to obtain your scores on the four major personality dimensions utilized in C.G. Jung’s theory of personality, which is the most widely used personality framework in the world.

2. Modern. While there are many Jung Type Tests in existence, many of them are dated or do not reflect advances in modern testing and research methods. The present test represents a modern and updated take on Jung’s classical theory of personality types.

3. Statistical controls. Statistical analysis of the test is conducted to ensure maximum accuracy and validity of the test scores.