You can try five psychological tests here.
1) Big Five personality test.
The Big Five (also five-factor model, FFM) is a model of personality psychology. In English it is also referred to as the OCEAN model (after the corresponding initials Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, Neuroticism).
According to him, there are five main dimensions of personality and every person can be classified on the following scales:
Openness to experience (open-mindedness),
Compatibility (consideration, willingness to cooperate, empathy) and
Neuroticism (emotional instability and vulnerability).
The Big Five were later proven by a large number of studies and are now internationally recognized as the universal standard model in personality research. They have been used in over 3,000 scientific studies over the past twenty years.
10-17 points = low
18-25 points = rather low
26-33 points = average
34-41 points = rather high
42-50 points = high
2) Emotional Intelligence
This term describes the ability to perceive, understand and influence one's own feelings and those of others. The topic of "emotional intelligence" is thus also a contribution to the discussion of the question of success in life and at work. The American psychologist and science journalist Daniel Goleman, with his book EQ. Emotional Intelligence (1995) contributed. Lt. For Goleman, emotional intelligence is twice as important as conventional intelligence. A noticeable problem with the tests, however, is that you can "cheat" or present yourself in a more positive light than you actually are. This can be especially important if the test is part of the aptitude test for applicants. But now you have no reason to cheat! Be honest with yourself! The test is used frequently and its relevance can be scientifically or statistically proven.
3) intelligence test
This is a classic intelligence test to determine the IQ (intelligence quotient). It is about measuring cognitive performance in daily life. The recording of intelligence can be helpful, for example, for predicting professional success or professional suitability (selection of personnel or career advice) or for recommendations on school education or a choice of studies. Various clinical questions (presence of diseases such as dementia or intellectual disabilities or the use of occupational rehabilitation measures) can also make it necessary to record intelligence. This test is also used frequently and its relevance has been scientifically and statistically proven countless times.
4) partnership test
The question here is how important are certain characteristics to you when choosing a partner. Your selection is of course not of paramount importance, and you will not receive any points if you choose certain options. But you are welcome to compare your answers with those of your partner. You will receive a clear presentation for this. Pay attention: you answer the first 12 questions, then (from 13 onwards) the questions are repeated, so then your partner should answer.
This test has no scientific relevance, but is entertaining.
5) Musical preferences
A number of psychological studies have shown that a lot of information can be obtained about a person by asking them about their taste in music. So here you have what is known as a STOMP (The Short Test of Musical Preferences) to try it out yourself.
This test has little scientific relevance.