Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

The Myers-Briggs personality test is a psychological evaluation tool that determines the psychological type of a subject following a method proposed in 1962 by Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother, Katherine Cook Briggs. It is based on the psychological types proposed by Carl Gustav Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist who introduced this concept in 1921.

There are 16 different personality traits that are analyzed in the Myers-Briggs test:

There are 16 different personality traits that are analyzed in the Myers-Briggs test (MBTI)

The Different Versions of the MBTI

To date, there are 4 different versions of this test:

  1. Form M with 93 questions
  2. Form M auto-scorable with 93 questions
  3. Step II Form Q with 144 questions
  4. Step III with 222 questions

Where to Find MBTI Practice Tests?

You can find a full Personality Practice Assessment on the following page.

In Which Languages Is the Test Available?

The MBTI is available in 21 languages.

Results

A test report containing the results of the questionnaire is sent. It includes the profile among the 16 presented that matches the tested candidate's profile. It also details which of the four pairs of preferences most closely matches their profile.

Availability

The MBTI assessment is administered online or on paper, most often by a certified person who knows how to interpret the results.