The Enneagram Test

Explore the 9 types and unlock the core of who you are

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Wow! What an incredible read. Pretty cool to see the huge breakthroughs in written form and also laugh at the things I'm working on now. This was a fun and engaging way to interact with myself and my partner with curiosity and humility. Such fun! Highly recommend!!

S. Lamping

I previously took a free Enneagram test from another site and got my results. I wanted to find more in depth about my results (and whether it was true) so I decided to take another one here from Truity. Since I got the same results, I decided to spring for the full report and I am satisfied! The report gives detailed information of what your primary type is and how to grow/develop from there. Once again, I appreciate the clear, detailed (yet also concise!) information provided ๐Ÿ™‚


I've done a lot of personality tests, and the Enneagram is perhaps the most well-rounded in that it addresses areas if improvement as they relate to your dominant type. The visual of a personality being rounded and types being slices and parts of the whole also echo the premise that regardless of the core personality type, there are facets to ones personality that are dormant or repressed and need to be developed to really embody your true self. Overall, the test is administered well on a Likert scale for variance, and results are thorough and insightful.


What is Enneagram?

The Enneagram is a typology system that describes human personality as a number of interconnected personality types. While it has become popular within spirituality and business disciplines, there has been limited research on its use and it is not widely accepted in the field of evidence-based psychology.

The Enneagram consists of a nine-point diagram. Each point represents a personality type. The Enneagram figure or diagram is made up of three elements. The outer part is made up of a circle, which then contains a triangle and an irregular hexagon.

At its simplest, the Enneagram represents nine different personality types. Beyond the basic nine personality types, the system grows much more complex and includes 27 different subtypes as well as three key “centers” focused on action, feeling, and thinking.


What is this personality test based on?

This personality test is based on the Enneagram personality theory, which describes personality in terms of nine types, each driven by their own set of core emotions, fears, and beliefs.

How long is this test?

The test consists of 105 questions and takes about 10 minutes to complete.

What will I learn from my test report?

You will first see a brief, free report showing the basic findings of your Enneagram personality test. Then, you have the option of unlocking your full report for a small fee.

Is this personality quiz really free?

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.

Is the Enneagram personality test accurate?

This test has been researched to ensure it is valid and reliable. Our research included factor analysis to identify the core traits of each of the 9 personality types, as well as statistical studies of reliability.

Can I have my employees, team or group take the Enneagram test?

Yes! We offer a special edition of the Enneagram assessment specifically designed for workplace use. The Enneagram Professional Edition offers a full-length Enneagram assessment along with a report tailored for business and organizational use. You can take the assessment yourself, or learn how to set up a group.