Jung personality type test

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By the 123test team. Updated on Apr 19, 2024

Are you an INFJ or ENFP personality type? Take this free Jung personality test and find out what personality type you are according to Jung types. This test measures 16 personalities types similar to the MBTI test (Myers–Briggs Type Indicator model), originally developed by Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers.

The Jung personality type test answers the following questions:

  • What kind of personality do I have?
  • What are my Jung types?
  • How will my personality type fit certain kinds of jobs?

Fast and accurate Jung personality type test

The Jung personality test measures your preferences for dealing with and relating to people, processing information, making decisions and organizing your life. Its results give you a good overview of your personality and behavior. You can then see how your Jung types match up with a potential employer's requirements.

The Jung typology is the result of the work of Carl Gustav Jung, an eminent Swiss psychiatrist who originated Jungian Psychology. This is one of the world's most established models on personality and behavior. Tests using the Jung typology model are widely used by organizations for professional career choices, team building, coaching and personal development. The Jung test is, together with the Big Five personality test, career test and the DISC assessment, one of the most well known personality tests worldwide.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and MBTI are trademarks or registered trademarks of The Myers & Briggs Foundation in the United States and other countries.

Instructions for Jung personality test

The Jung personality test is made up of 60 choices. Choose the description that best describes you. You have to select one, even if neither seems to apply.


Please answer all of the questions in order. Be honest and remember that no one else is going to see the results unless you choose to share them.

1. Would you prefer to read
2. Do you find it more natural to remember
3. Do you more often tend to
4. Do you think that you tend to take things personally?
5. If you're feeling stressed out, do you prefer to
6. When deciding whether or not to purchase something, is the determining factor more often
7. In terms of promptness, are you usually
8. Are you more prone to
9. Which term is more appealing to you?
10. Do you more frequently
11. If a decision is made which affects you, such as being made redundant, is it more important to you to know that
12. Do areas where you work tend to appear
13. Would you typically
14. When communicating with others, are you more often
15. Does it describe you better to say that you
16. Do you value more highly
17. Do you get more satisfaction from thinking about
18. Do you
19. When it comes to doing detailed, routine tasks, does it describe you better to say that you
20. In thinking about money, when it comes right down to it, do you believe that
21. Do you find it more stimulating to
22. Are you better at
23. When attending a party, do you usually
24. Would people be more likely to describe you as
25. Are you more attracted to
26. When meeting someone new, do you tend to
27. Are you more naturally
28. At work or when studying, do you feel that you are more effective and productive
29. When working on tasks, is it more important to you
30. Is it more terrible to
31. At meetings, or in other discussion groups, do you tend to
32. When solving a problem, are you more likely to act according to
33. Do you more often
34. Are you
35. In general, do you believe that
36. Do you more often tend to
37. If you forgot to wear your watch one day, would you
38. Are you valued more for your
39. Do you think of yourself as
40. When judging a person or situation, do you feel that it's better to
41. Do you think it's a worse fault to be
42. Do you typically
43. When discussing an issue with a friend, is it more important to you
44. When performing an important task, do you tend to
45. Do you
46. Are you more interested in
47. When you've said something that hurt someone's feelings, are you
48. At parties, do you tend to
49. Are you more often prone to
50. When making plans, do you prefer to
51. Is it a worse fault to
52. Which of these two sayings do you find more interesting?
53. Do you prefer to
54. When it comes to daily tasks, do you tend to
55. Is it more important to you
56. If someone does something that bothers you, are you more likely to
57. After making an important decision, are you more likely to
58. If you receive criticism about something, are you more likely to
59. Do you generally
60. Do you think it's more important to understand

Frequently asked questions

What theory is this personality test based on?

This Jung Personality Test is based on Carl Jung's theory of personality types, which explores how individuals perceive the world and make decisions. It focuses on the concepts of introversion and extraversion, sensing and intuition, thinking and feeling, and judging and perceiving to categorize individuals into different personality types.

Is this an MBTI test?

While the Jung Personality Test shares similarities with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), it is not the same. The MBTI is a specific assessment tool that is inspired by Jung's theory, but the Jung Personality Test may use a different set of questions and interpretations to assess personality types.

What personality types are there?

The Jung Personality Test typically categorizes individuals into 16 distinct personality types, that are created by combining preferences for Introversion/Extraversion, Sensing/iNtuition, Thinking/Feeling, and Judging/Perceiving. You can find out your specific personality type by taking the test.

Is this personality test free?

This Jung personality test is free and can be completed without any registration. We also offer the option to upgrade to a more elaborate, extended report, for a fee.

What will my test result look like?

The free version of the report describes how you prefer to: deal with and relate to people, process information, make decisions and organize your life. It gives you a good and concise overview of your personality and behavior. The extended version shows you how you scored on each of the dimensions and gives you a more elaborate description of your personality. The extended version also tells you about your personality types possible contributions to an organization, your leadership style, your communication style, your problem-solving style, and your stress profile. Feel free to check out our sample extended Jung personality test report.

How do I access my results?

For the free version of the test, you'll receive the report immediately upon completion. You can then save the report to your account and/or choose to upgrade to the extended version. All saved test results can be accessed from your account page through the 'Your test results' tab.

Can I have someone else take this test?

Anyone can take the free version of the test. If you'd like someone else to take the test and receive the extended report without paying themselves, you can use our ticket system. Simply select the test and the number of tickets you'd like to purchase. To use a ticket, you need to create an account and go the the accountpage. From there, click on the 'Use Ticket' and enter the ticket code to start the test. Once the test is completed, the ticket code will be used to generate the extended report. The report can then be shared by copying and sending the link to the report or by downloading the report as a PDF file and sharing this by mail.