Enneagram Personality Test
Alright BlogFam, you asked for it, so I did it. Yes, after years of the Enneagram being popular, I finally took the test. The results were not overly surprising, and I’d love to know what you all score. The free test I took can be found here.
First, the name of this test is a bit odd and I don’t know how to properly pronounce it. This site talks about the history, apparently originally developed and named in 1915. The numbers of the Enneagram at at random, however there are types associated with the numbers:
In some references to the test, it is suggested that one of the numbers on either side of the main number is the wing. So if you’ve seen people say they are 3w4 that is why. Similar to the MBTI, it provides information and can be a fun way to get to know someone better, as well as learn about yourself. And what fascinated me with this, is that my Enneagram score matched with my MBTI… super interesting! They say there isn’t science behind these, but the fact this was spot on was interesting to me.
The numbers in the Enneagram are:
- Moral Perfectionist
- Supportive Advisor
- Successful Achiever
- Romantic Individualist
- Investigative Thinker
- Loyal Guardian
- Entertaining Optimist
- Protective Challenger
- Peaceful Mediator
Before I go into my results, I’d love to know your guesses haha!
I am a 5w4. Writing that felt strange, have to admit it. Now that I know this information, I’m sure to ask people more about theirs this coming week. What I also found out, as mentioned before, is that this aligns with my MBTI fairly well. The 5w4 correspond with INTP. To be honest, after a healthy dose of being around people after the 2020 isolation, I did find myself going toward the I side of the introverted scale again. So this aligns well.
Below are my results:
Now it’s your turn! If you haven’t already take a free online test and let me know your results. Also put in the comments down below if you agree with your results or not 🙂
Thanks all! Until next time.