This free personality test gives you accurate scores for the Big Five personality traits. See exactly how you score for Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism with this scientific personality assessment.

To take the Big Five personality assessment, rate each statement according to how well it describes you. Base your ratings on how you really are, not how you would like to be.

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Recent Reviews

August 3, 2020 - 2:46pm
by Katy
Excellent insight into my personality and implications for my life and work. I have completed many personality tests and this is one of the clearest and most accurate in describing what I feel to be true about myself - I am going to get my husband to complete it as I think it will give him new insights that will feed into his life choices.
July 14, 2020 - 12:55pm
Absolutely one of the most accurate and straightforward test I've taken yet! Right on point with what I know of myself already, accurately capturing the smallest details from your answers, and describing helpful information about how to approach the future where you are weaker on the average spectrum.
5☆ review.
Great test guys! You deserve an Standing ovation from my end.
July 14, 2020 - 11:56pm
by Toni
This was a very detailed and accurate assessment. It’s provided me with a lot of insight into my personality, the way I think and function. How and why I respond and react the way I do in certain situations and given me a lot to think about regarding things I’d like to improve. Very good.


Q. What personality traits does this Big Five test measure?

A. The Big Five personality test measures the five personality factors that psychologists have determined are core to our personality makeup. The Five Factors of personality are:

  • Openness - How open a person is to new ideas and experiences
  • Conscientiousness - How goal-directed, persistent, and organized a person is
  • Extraversion - How much a person is energized by the outside world
  • Agreeableness - How much a person puts others' interests and needs ahead of their own
  • Neuroticism - How sensitive a person is to stress and negative emotional triggers

The Big Five model of personality is widely considered to be the most scientifically robust way to describe personality differences. It is the basis of most modern personality research.

Q. How long is this test?

A. The test consists of 60 questions and takes about 5-10 minutes to complete.

Q. What will I learn from my test report?

A. You will first see a brief, free report showing the basic findings of your personality test. Then, you have the option of unlocking your full report for a small fee. To see what you can expect from your full report, check out this sample Big Five report.

Q. Is this personality test really free?

A. You do not need to purchase or register to take this test and view an overview of your results. If you would like, you can purchase a more comprehensive full report for a small fee.

Q. Is this personality test scientific and/or accurate?

A. This test has been researched extensively to ensure it is valid and reliable. It is based on psychological research into the core of personality, and our own psychometric research. Your scores show you how you compare to the other people in a large, international sample for each of the Big Five personality traits.

Q. Can I have my employees, team or group take the Big Five test?

A. Absolutely. Our Pro platform is designed to make it easy to give the Big Five personality test to your team or group. See discounted group pricing and learn how to quickly and easily set up testing for your group on the Pro platform page.

Q. What is the difference between Big Five, Five Factor, and the OCEAN model of personality?

A. Big Five, Five Factor, and OCEAN are all ways of describing the same theory of personality. Multiple psychological studies have arrived at the conclusion that the differences between people's personalities can be organized into five broad categories, called the Big Five or Five Factors. These are sometimes referred to as the five broad dimensions of personality.