The objective of this MBTI test is to help you have a better understanding of yourself and enrich your personal development. There is no "good" or "bad" type and there are no "better" nor "worse" combinations of the types in the field of work or relationships. Each type and each person have their own assets.
An MBTI type is formed starting from 4 couples of two preferences being opposed (Extraversion-Introversion, Sensation-Intuition, Thought-Feeling, Perception-Judgement) resulting in the combination of 4 letters indicating the preferences which you use the most. We all have these 8 preferences, but we use them at various degrees. Our type is composed of the ones with use the most.
Each type expresses a unique way in which the 8 preferences interact between them.
For each pair of proposals, check a circle that approximates the proposal that best fits you according to the degree of preference. Checking to the left maximum means that you find yourself much more on the first proposal than on the second. Checking to the right maximum means that you find yourself much more on the second proposal than on the first one.
The nickname you enter will appear in the title of your result and next to your comment if you leave a notice thereafter.
The other information is only used for statistical purposes between the different psychological types.