There is no correct answer to that. It depends on what you are looking for and in what kind of situation you need to use the test. Before doing a personality test, please think about why you’d like to do it and what the information will bring to you.
Some prefer HIGH5 Test above all else and say it has the most scientific backing, but I am not sure. If you like to check it out, here is the link to their site: https://high5test.com/
There are also people that are dedicated believing that enneagram will give answers on their personality types behaviour. If that is interesting then go to see their website: https://www.enneagraminstitute.com/
I prefer the Myers & Briggs test because it is built around contradictions. In my perspective we are not built to be only one thing, but a combination of traits that react differently when mixed together. If you’d like to know more about Myers & Briggs ideology go here: https://www.myersbriggs.org/ but if you’d like to do the test then this is the easiest place to go to: https://www.16personalities.com/
I think the latest hype of personality tests started when Thomas Erikson published his book Surrounded by idiots. It impacted first Linkedin and then moved to other social media platforms and suddenly everyone was sharing what colours they presented (I knew from previous DISC test from 90′ to be a combination of blue-yellow personality type). If you are interested on DISC test, please check their site in here: https://www.discprofile.com/
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