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Determines Basic Type, Candidate Types, Preferred Wings, Tri-Center (aka trifix, tritype)
Personality type tests are nowhere near 100% accurate but they can be used as a starting point for suggesting your type and its variations. It's up to you to further explore the results to see how well they fit.
Below are some free online tests. Click on any test title to take an Enneagram test or personality test. They require no email or registration, and you can take them as many times as you like.
We've also recently created a companion site called EnneagramTestGuide.com that can help you find your Enneagram type and its variations using many more tests available elsewhere on the Internet.
The Enneagram personality types group the nine types into three centers of intelligence often referred to as the gut, heart, and head centers.
These tests help you find your dominant type in each center and the order of preference for those centers.
Dominant Type in Each Center with Wings Test
This test determines your dominant type in each center (aka tri-center, trifix, tritype, truetype) along with the wings of those types.
Use when you want to know your tri-center or tri-center with wings.
Enneagram Type Preference Test
This test produces a scored list of all nine types.
Questions are forced-choice, similar to the method used by the Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indictor (RHETI).
Use to determine type, wings, gut/heart/head types, and tri-center.
Center Type Comparison Test
This test scores the three types in a given center to determine your dominant type within that center (gut, heart, or head type).
Use when you don't know your dominant type for one of the centers.
Type Comparison Test
This test compares any two types, producing a score for each.
Use when unsure of your tri-center order or which of two types is preferred for a center.