Big 5 Personality Test

Big 5 Personality Test


A rapid but scientifically robust personality assessment test summarizing an individual's personality profile across five broad areas of personality - Openness to Change, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness and Emotional Stability. The test-taker receives a graphical profile in percentiles and a summary report covering their personality traits.

The profile is generated by comparing the test taker's responses with those of a large international benchmark group of 7,000 respondents. The assessment uses normative scoring unless the test taker has low scores on all the scales when ipsative scoring is used. There is no limit on the number of times the test can be taken.

This is the perfect tool to help you understand your personality and prepare for job interviews and assessment centers.

Your privacy is protected. There is no registration process and we do not ask for your email address or any personal information. Once you exit the app, your test responses are lost unless you decide to save your test scores on your device. There is no internet link between the app/your device and MySkillsProfile's server.

Recent changes:
App works better with tablets and smartphones with larger screens. French, Spanish, Portuguese and German translations added.
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About Big 5 Personality Test
A rapid but scientifically robust personality assessment test summarizing an individual's personality profile across five broad areas of personality - Openness to Change, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness and Emotional Stability. The test-taker receives a graphical profile in percentiles and a summary report covering their personality traits.

The profile is generated by comparing the test taker's responses with those of a large international benchmark group of 7,000 respondents. The assessment uses normative scoring unless the test taker has low scores on all the scales when ipsative scoring is used. There is no limit on the number of times the test can be taken.

This is the perfect tool to help you understand your personality and prepare for job interviews and assessment centers.

Your privacy is protected. There is no registration process and we do not ask for your email address or any personal information. Once you exit the app, your test responses are lost unless you decide to save your test scores on your device. There is no internet link between the app/your device and MySkillsProfile's server.

Recent changes:
App works better with tablets and smartphones with larger screens. French, Spanish, Portuguese and German translations added.

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A Google User
Mar 15, 2015
Excellent! Best personality test I've ever taken. Very accurate!
A Google User
Mar 15, 2015
This was right on the money.
A Google User
Mar 15, 2015
Can't read the results I can't tell if it's a good app or not. The description does say it works better on a tablet or large phone. But on a standard smart phone I can only see half the results.
A Google User
Mar 1, 2015
Self rating scale confusing How is "A little like me" at the far end of the scale yet "not at all like me" is second to last? I don't get the order. Is it supposed to be ascending order or descending order? Also choices such as "quite like me" seem synonymous with a couple other choices. Wouldn't it be easier to just do a number scale: 5 meaning very much like me and 1 meaning not at all like me? People can interpret the phrases in different ways and therefore misconstrue the results. If you clarify the rating scale, 5 stars.
A Google User
Feb 4, 2015
Thank you.