The official Myers-Briggs personality test is available online at MBTIonline.com for a nominal fee. The Myers & Briggs Foundation also certifies coaches, counselors and therapists to administer the test online. The found... More »

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You can take a Myers Briggs personality test for free on websites such as HumanMetrics.com, OnlinePersonalityTests.org and MBTIonline.com. The results of the test determine which of the 16 distinctive Myers Briggs person... More »

Many sites offer free online personality tests, but are not accredited by professionals with the ability to determine the tests' validity. The Meyers-Briggs foundation suggests taking personality inventories that are adm... More »

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There are 16 personality types identified by Myers-Briggs. The types either start with an E for extroversion or an I for introversion. For example, an ESTP personality type stands for extroversion, sensing, thinking and ... More »

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Commonly used by large companies to tailor the work environment to employee's personality traits, the Myers-Briggs test has not been scientifically proven to be an accurate indicator of a person's personality. The test s... More »

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You can take the official Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) online through a certified individual who has met the professional requirements for interpreting the results of the test. You can take the Myers-Briggs assessm... More »

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The questions that are on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) asks test takers to read statements, such as "Being around people exhausts me" and choose a box on the spectrum from "never" to "sometimes" to "always." Ot... More »

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