Link for this Post: What's your personality type? Find out with the 'What Am I Like?' personality test
The BBC Science and Nature features a variety free psychology tests. Recently updated is "What Am I Like" based on a BBC television program What Am I Like? The Personality Test. This is how the BBC describes the show which was hosted by the noted BBC television host and aired in 2005:
Join Nick Knowles in a unique interactive television event as he challenges the psychologists behind the most widely used personality test in the Western world to put their theories into practice.
One hundred members of the public are put through a variety of tests that, according to top psychologists, will show what personality type they are and even enable them to predict the behavior of each individual. With 16 different personality types to choose from, the psychologists reckon they can get at least 75% accuracy.
You can take the same test used on the show by taking the test online. The "What Am I Like" Personality test is a free test similar to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator questionnaire. These kind sf test are based on Carl Jung's model of personality which identified 16 types of people. These types are the result on an individual's mix in preferences for using four different qualities of personality.
Note: Image above first appeared on the psychology department website of the University of Wisconson, Stevens Point.