Personality Test
Personality Temperament Test
Personality Test

The Keirsey Temperament Sorter®-II (KTS®-II) is the most widely used personality instrument in the world. It is a powerful 70 question personality instrument that helps individuals discover their personality type. The KTS-II is based on Keirsey Temperament Theory™, published in the best selling books, Please Understand Me® and Please Understand Me II, by Dr. David Keirsey.

Instructions

It is important that you answer all the questions from the perspective of what feels real for you and not try to give answers that you think would sound like how you should behave in any particular situation. The objective is to understand yourself as you really are – not the way, for example, you must react in your job, or others expect you to behave. Effectiveness as an individual or leader is not based on any particular personality style. It is really about how well you know yourself and others.

There are two choices for each question. If both seem to apply, choose the one that feels most comfortable to you. There are no right or wrong answers – about half the population agrees with whatever choice you make.

When you have answered all the questions, click on the "Score it!" button to receive your free Keirsey Temperament Report. To take the KTS-II in a language other than English, please choose from the languages in the pull-down selection below.

We offer the KTS II in several languages. You may select the language in which you take the Sorter below. At this time, all temperament reports are delivered in English.

  1. Are you more comfortable

  2. Do you tend to notice

  3. Do you feel better about

  4. Do you usually want things

  5. Do you tend to choose

  6. When finishing a job, do you like to

  7. Are you prone to

  8. On the job, do you want your activities

  9. Do you prefer contracts to be

  10. Is clutter in the work place something you

  11. Which do you wish more for yourself

  12. Which seems the greater fault

  13. Do you think of yourself as a

  14. It is worse to be

  15. Which is more of a compliment

  16. When in charge of others do you tend to be

  17. In a heated discussion do you

  18. Which appeals to you more

  19. In making up your mind are you more likely to go by

  20. With people are you usually more

  21. In stories, do you prefer

  22. Do you prize in yourself

  23. Are you more likely to trust

  24. Are you inclined to take what is said

  25. Are you more frequently

  26. Common sense is

  27. Facts

  28. Do you tend to be more

  29. Are you more

  30. Are you more

  31. Do you consider yourself

  32. Are you the kind of person who

  33. Do you tend to

  34. At a party, do you

  35. When the phone rings, do you

  36. At work, is it more natural for you to

  37. Are you more

  38. Is it preferable mostly to

  39. Would you say you are more

  40. Are you inclined to be more

  41. Do you prefer to work

  42. In most situations are you more

  43. Do you more often prefer

  44. Are you more satisfied having

  45. Is it your way to

  46. Do you see yourself as basically

  47. Are you swayed more by

  48. Do you value in yourself more that you are

  49. In hard circumstances, are you sometimes

  50. Which rules you more

  51. Are you more often

  52. Is it better to be

  53. If you must disappoint someone are you usually

  54. In sizing up others, do you tend to be

  55. Are you more comfortable in making

  56. Is it easier for you to

  57. Are you drawn more to

  58. Are you more inclined to feel

  59. Do you more often see

  60. Do you speak more in

  61. Children often do not

  62. Do you find visionaries and theorists

  63. Do you like writers who

  64. Are you more interested in

  65. Is it worse to

  66. Are you inclined to be

  67. At work do you tend to

  68. Do you think of yourself as

  69. Does interacting with strangers

  70. Waiting in line, do you often

  71. Your gender is:

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