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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 wing types of an Enneagram type are the types on either side of a type as seen on the Enneagram symbol.
Although both the wing types have an influence on the type between them, one wing type is often preferred over the other.
This preferred wing type has a stronger influence than the non-preferred wing type and creates a variation of the type (e.g., 9w8 vs. 9w1).
Enneagram Type with Wing Test
This is a very short test that determines your most likely type and preferred wing.
Select from paragraphs, similar to the method used by the
Essential Enneagram Test as found in The Essential Enneagram book.
Use when you want to know your type and preferred wing.
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.
Enneagram Wing Comparison Test
This test compares the two wings of any type, producing a score for each wing.
Use when you know your type but not your preferred wing.
Enneagram Type Comparison Test
This test compares any two types, producing a score for each.
Use when not sure which of two types is your primary type and which is your preferred wing type.