Introversion-Ambiversion-Extraversion Test

Do you love to spend time with yourself more or with friends? Do you feel the desire to remain both a public and a private person? Are you a secretive person? Do you love to remain a cheerful outgoing person always?

What do you call yourself-an inward, outward, or a person with interests in both? Take this extraversion and introversion test to know where you stand on the dimension of introversion, ambiversion and extraversion.

What Is Introversion-Ambiversion-Extraversion?

The core concept of Introversion-Extraversion has been proposed by Carl Jung. According to Yung, introverts and extravert are people of two different polar, where ambivert stands in between them.

To further elaborate on this concept, it can be said that the interest of the introvert is directed inwards; they think, feel, and act in a very subjective way. Extraverts, on the other hand, direct their interest outwards to their surrounding environment; they think, feel, and act in relation to external factors rather than the subjective.

Jung stated that extroverts enter with interest and confidence into social activities directly and has little interest in planning or detailed observation. Conversely, introverts were defined as being below the general average in social inclination and above the average in liking inward thoughts.

Ambiverts, according to Yung consider being the most stable individuals showing flexibility between the two extremes. They can be described as someone who exhibits qualities of both introversion and extraversion and can flip into either depending on their mood, context, and goals. Researchers estimated that ambiverts make up between half and two-thirds of the population.

Instructions For Taking Extraversion And Introversion Test

Below is a list of questions that indicate the degree to which you fall on the dimension of the Introversion-Ambiversion-Extraversion scale. Upon completion of the entire test, you would get an idea about your personality type i.e., whether you are an Introvert, Ambivert, or Extravert Person.

Please note: This test is a self-assessment and not a diagnostic test.

No. of questions – 20