Do you ever caught yourself wondering, “what type of animal am I?” This test will be able to help you find out by using the famous Myer Briggs theory!

The Myers Briggs test is all about representing your personality by measuring how you socialize, how you make decisions, how you take in your surroundings, and what your preferred lifestyle happens to be.

So, answer a few questions below to get your results!

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Myers-Briggs Test: This Quiz Reveals Your Personality and Which Animal You Represent %%personality%%

Myers-Briggs theory is an adaptation of the theory of psychological types produced by Carl Gustav Jung. It is based on 16 personality types, which Jung viewed as stereotypes (Jung 1921, p. 405). They act as useful reference points to understand your unique personality (Jung 1957, p. 304). At the heart of Myers Briggs theory are four preferences. Do you prefer to deal with:

  • People and things (Extraversion or “E”), or ideas and information (Introversion or “I”).
  • Facts and reality (Sensing or “S”), or possibilities and potential (Intuition or “N”).
  • Logic and truth (Thinking or “T”), or values and relationships (Feeling or “F”).
  • A lifestyle that is well-structured (Judgment or “J”), or one that goes with the flow (Perception or “P”).


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  1. Not enough questions for an accurate result.
    I am definitely an INFP, but got INTJ on this test, whose description is not accurate for me at all.

  2. I am a FOX: According to this test, you are a fox! Like every fox in every animated film you’ve ever seen, You often use your wits and charm to talk your way out of things. On the upside, though, both foxes and certain ENTPs are stunning to look at. You also possess the energy, charisma, and intelligence to become some of the world’s most amazingly dynamic leaders. That’s pretty accurate.

  3. considering my totems being Wolf, Coyote/Jackal, Hawk, Raven and bear, your analysis of me being a Slow Loris simply comes nowhere close to a match.

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