Enneagram Test

  • Duration: 30-45mins
  • Cost: $12

Reviews From NSA Students

Reviews From NSA Students

  •  “This test was helpful as far as a person’s personality is concerned. It doesn’t give any useful career options or advice, but if you want to know more about yourself this is a helpful test.”
  • “The Enneagram is a great PERSONALITY test. However, it is not very useful in telling you your strengths in relation to various jobs, nor does it give you potential careers you would flourish in. I would recommend it for students who want to know themselves better, and I think it’s a 9/10 as far as accuracy of personality testing, but for the purpose of career advice, I wouldn’t recommend it.”
  • “This was a great test. The two options for each question occasionally seemed unnecessarily mutually exclusive, but were generally helpful choices. I think the fact that there are 175 questions helps with the accuracy, since each question can be narrower and get at a more specific aspect of the test-takers personality, and since the sheer number of traits analyzed would seem to create a broader picture of that personality. The results were accurate for me. The way that multiple traits are broken down into more or less dominant is very helpful. All around, I would definitely recommend this test for students, especially alongside a more career-oriented test.”
  • “It provided very in-depth analysis of the top three personalities that I scored highly in. This was helpful as a personal analysis, but it didn’t tie directly to career paths at all. There were no suggestions about potential jobs or career interests. Overall, I would recommend it as a helpful self-analysis tool, but not for helping look for a job, specifically.”
  • “Rather than ask a string of yes/no questions this test asked questions that made me consider my motivations in a different light.”
  • “I found this one very insightful and helpful on the personality side of things, but it failed to provide helpful career-matching with your personality type. However, the questions felt intuitive and spot-on for distinguishing personality types.”