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A Full List of All Personality Types in The Ultimate Personality Test

Updated: Feb 6


When you dive into the Clearer Thinking Ultimate Personality Test, you'll discover a comprehensive view of your personality. This unique assessment combines your Big Five, Enneagram, and Jungian (inspired by MBTI/Myers-Briggs) traits into a singular Ultimate Personality Type.


There are 16 distinct types available, which you can browse through in the list below. Get a sneak peek of your potential results or see how your results stack up against the full spectrum of outcomes!



How we developed the Personality Clusters 🧪


We initially used Positly.com to recruit 560 U.S. participants to complete the 120 personality questions that you did in this test. Then, using cluster analysis, we (entirely empirically) divided them into 16 groups so that people's responses within a group resembled each other's responses, yet diverged from people in other clusters. We then calculated the average responses for each question within each cluster, so that we could understand how clusters diverged from each other. For example, one cluster notably disagrees with the statement 'I make an effort to follow the rules,' setting it apart from the rest, which contributed to our naming of this group as 'Nonconformist'.

That means that all of the 16 clusters were automatically chosen via a clustering algorithm, but the naming and description of each cluster, while heavily informed by data, involved making some subjective choices about how to describe the ways that the clusters differ from each other.



All of the possible 16 personality types

in the Ultimate Personality Test



1. CEO


You're assertive, data-driven, and born to lead. You value logic over emotion and adapt easily to change. Simply put, you're the captain of your own ship, sailing through storms without asking for directions.


Famous examples: Gordon Gekko (Wall Street), Tony Stark (Iron Man), Elon Musk, Margaret Thatcher



2. CHARISMATIC


You're a social magnet who craves the spotlight and navigates social circles with ease. Quick decisions and romantic notions captivate you. While you're led more by feelings than facts, your charm and creative expression make you unforgettable.


Famous examples: Oprah Winfrey, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jay Gatsby (The Great Gatsby), Marilyn Monroe



3. CRITICAL THINKER


You prize logic and data over emotions, making decisions with the precision of a surgeon. Your love for planning and order rivals that of a chess grandmaster. In the game of life, you're the one who reads the rulebook while others wing it.


Famous examples: Albert Einstein, Sherlock Holmes, Socrates, Marie Curie



4. FREE SPIRIT


You dance to the beat of your own drum, valuing emotion and creativity over cold, hard facts. A natural empath, you feel deeply, both for yourself and others. Forget the rulebook—you're the artist splashing colors on a canvas while others draw inside the lines.


Famous examples: Bob Dylan, Frida Kahlo, Pippi Longstocking, Walt Whitman



5. HUMBLE


You're the type who would rather spotlight others than stand in it, and your idea of a good conversation leans toward the practical rather than the existential. In a world shouting 'Look at me,' you whisper, 'How can I help?'—and that makes all the difference.

Famous examples: Keanu Reeves, Mother Teresa, Harper Lee, Mahatma Gandhi



6. INTROSPECTOR


You navigate life with a rich inner compass while others skim the surface. Social interactions may not be your playground, but the depths of your own mind offer endless fascination. In a world addicted to the spotlight, you find sanctuary in introspection —where true self-discovery unfolds.


Famous examples: Carl Jung, Albus Dumbledore (Harry Potter), Søren Kierkegaard, Virginia Woolf



7. LONER


Life's a simple equation for you, more about doing than debating. You might skip the party and intricate philosophies, but that's because you've got your own plans. In a loud world, you seek the quiet corners, finding your own version of peace in the eye of the storm.


Famous examples: J.D. Salinger, Holden Caulfield (The Catcher in the Rye), Emily Brontë, Nikola Tesla



8. NONCONFORMIST


You dance to the beat of your own drum. While some cling to tried-and-true methods, you're out there testing the waters of innovation. In a world that loves its boundaries, you're the one expanding them—and that's where the magic happens.


Famous examples: Steve Jobs, Rosa Parks, Katniss Everdeen (Hunger Games), Galileo Galilei



9. PASSIONATE DREAMER


Your world isn't just black and white—it's painted in hues of emotion and daydreams. While some focus on the facts, you embrace the poetic language of the heart. In a landscape ruled by logic, you're the one lighting fireworks of feeling—and that's when the sky really comes alive.


Famous examples: Vincent Van Gogh, Edith Piaf, Martin Luther King Jr., Oscar Wilde



10. RATIONAL OPTIMIST


Driven by data, not drama, you're a beacon of rational optimism. Your interactions are as free-flowing as they are uplifting. At ease in a crowd and humble in demeanor, you naturally draw people toward you. While some chase perfection, you savor the present, enriching each moment with your most valuable asset—trust.


Famous examples: Warren Buffet, Malala Yousafzai, Amelia Earhart, Nelson Mandela



11. SIDEKICK


You may not crave the spotlight, but your support makes others shine. While the idea of leadership may make you uneasy, your knack for diffusing tension is invaluable. Amid the roar of heroes and ego, you're the quiet harmony that brings the whole song together.


Famous examples: Dr. John Watson, Samwise Gamgee (Lord of the Rings), Ron Weasley (Harry Potter), Chewbacca (Star Wars)



12. SOCIAL BUTTERFLY


You feel emotions deeply, guiding you like a compass in social settings. Effortlessly, you command attention and transform casual conversations into compelling exchanges. Although your relationships may have their share of drama, it's all part of your vivid, self-authored life saga. Attention is your currency, and in the market of social interaction, you're both the buyer and the seller.


Famous examples: Lord Byron, Daisy Buchanan (The Great Gatsby), Kim Kardashian, Andy Warhol



13. SOCIAL PERFECTIONIST


In you, perfectionism finds its social match. Your quick wit and empathetic approach to decisions make you a highly sought-after companion, someone who thrives in the spotlight yet places immense value on helping others. Powered by your workaholic drive, altruism and loyalty are your north stars, guiding you to go the extra mile.


Famous examples: Beyoncé, Harvey Specter (Suits), Cleopatra, Mary Poppins


14. SOFT-HEARTED


You're the tender touch in a world too often rough around the edges. Where others might dash ahead, you pause to pick up the pieces, be it a friend's broken spirit or a stranger's lost smile. In a landscape dominated by debate and division, you're the gentle breeze that calms the storm—and we could all use a bit more of that.


Famous examples: Dalai Lama, Florence Nightingale, Princess Diana, Frodo Baggins (Lord of the Rings)

15. TRUTH-SEEKER


In a world awash with half-truths and easy answers, you're the one diving deep for the genuine pearls of wisdom. Where others nod and accept, you raise an eyebrow, ever the skeptical inquirer. In the labyrinth of life, you're not just navigating the twists and turns—you're also questioning why they're there in the first place.


Famous examples: Carl Sagan, Hermione Granger (Harry Potter), Plato, George Orwell

16. TURBULENT SPIRIT


You're a complex puzzle: a serene surface sometimes hiding turbulent rapids below. While you don't get easily ruffled, you hold others to high standards and grow frustrated when they fall short. You're like a sailboat on calm seas that occasionally encounters raging storms.


Famous examples: Joan of Arc, Winston Churchill, Amy Winehouse, Charles Bukowski

1 Comment


David Harold Chester
David Harold Chester
Oct 21, 2023

I enjoyed this quiz and particularly you short descriptions of the 16 kinds of personalities. From them and without the analysis of the quiz itself, I know myself well enough to judge which ones suit me best and which not.😎 Read my book for what I consider to be important chestdher@gmail.com its for free on request!

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