Have you ever had to take a personality test from a potential employer? Legalities or benefits of such tests aside, did you secretly think they were fun? The Internet has brought us a plethora of personality and self-help tests for you to indulge in. The tests range from general IQ and personality tests to very specific.

Some of the tests are free and some are fee, with many sites offering a mix. Before you take any test, read about the host or author. And needless to say, do not make a major life change simply based on these online results. Get professional help if you are dismayed by the answers. And please don’t analyze everyone around you and certainly do not invite clients to participate.

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