Enneagram Test


1) For each number, READ "a" and "b" statements carefully and choose ONE of them.
2) Enter the value of 1 for "a" and 2 for "b" in "UR AN" column
3) Even if some of the statements of "a" or "b" are not completely applicable to you, you must choose ONE of them.
4) Complete all the 36 pairs of statements.
5) NOW, GO TO THE BOTTOM  of the sheet and write down your scores for EACH of the NINE NUMBERS in your score sheet.
6) Verify that the total score of the 9 nos is 36.
7) You can find short explanations of your personality if you click the highest score numbers at the bottom: 1,2,3,4.... and on your scores.
8) If you have two or three numbers with the same scores, you can verify yours by reading the explanation.


After completing the questionnaire, click on "Results" on the bottom tab to find your Temperament. Write down in the score sheet the four letters there (top) and the percentages of each of them (bottom).



(Directions: Place the number (1-6) in the first column (under "UR AN") corresponding to the word/phrase in the scales given below which best applies to you for each of the following statements in the Excel sheet. For statement No. 1: If you really like to be with people most of the time, then choose "1" and type 1 for first statement on the first column of the excel sheet. Note down the final scores for E and W for I, C, A. )
Try to Be As Honest As You Can

Stress Test

(Directions: Place the number (0-4) in the first column (under "UR AN") corresponding to the word/phrase in the scales given below which best applies to you for each of the following statements in the Excel sheet. For statement No. 1: If you really have a balanced diet regularly, then choose "0" and type 0 for first statement on the first column (UR AN) of the excel sheet. Note down the final score at the bottom)
Courtesy Stress Management Society, UK

NINES By Joshua French

Spotting and Understanding Nines


Nines believe that they have uncontrollable impulses and the best thing to do is to bury them and let others take control. This makes them seem very easy-going and friendly on the surface but means they have lost contact with their total presence. Nines can be free when they believe that everything within them is acceptable and nothing has to be suppressed. 

EIGHTS BY Joshua French

Spotting and Understanding Eights


Eights believe that it is up to them to be a powerful force in the world. They can be free when they accept that they don’t need to try to impose themselves.  If they accept the present moment and go with the flow of the universe, then they have found true power.

SIXES BY Joshua French

Spotting and Understanding Sixes


Sixes believe that the world is dangerous so making allies is important. They can be free when they accept that although there will always be unknowns, that it's always possible to feel  safe and secure in the present moment. They don’t need to make any connections apart from connecting to (and accepting) the power of now.


Sixes are difficult to identify in regards to a typical style. They will very often wear what the social group they have allied themselves with would wear. Hence, you can have fashion-conscious Sixes, bohemian Sixes, body-building Sixes, sporty Sixes and so on. There is a nervous, uncertain energy about them that is usually apparent, although sometimes this can seem quiet and giggly, sometimes quite boisterous and jumpily aggressive.  In the video below, it is Meg Tilly who is the six, not Kevin Costner.Friends, Family and Other Relationships 
As with twos, friends, family and relationships are central to a Six’s life and they can be wonderfully thoughtful and helpful. However, the Six doesn’t need demonstrations of love and appreciation – they simply want to do what is necessary to keep the alliance together. There is usually some insecurity though and a needing to test the boundaries – so they can be sarcastic and aloof sometimes to see how others react. 


Sixes struggle with fear and find it hard to relax. They like to be around people so if they are alone they can become more anxious and dejected. There is a tendency to align with a certain group and then see others as enemies so they can have a limited, black-and-white worldview. My grandma, for example, would often say that mothers going to work was the reason children were so badly  behaved in schools. 

As Children

Sixes are often helpful children and from an early age they are keen on making special groups of friends and joining clubs in and after school. Sixes are focused on rules and regulations of the organisation they are in so will usually be well-behaved, though they might occasionally test the boundaries.

At Work 

As well as rules, Sixes are very aware of authority figures and have a tendency to complain to others about the authority figure in their workplace – though they would normally be too fearful to confront them directly. Work is a major part of a Six’s life as they like to identify themselves with an organisation to make them feel safer… they may work hard and well but normally wouldn’t try to rise to the upper levels of management, which would feel too risky.

Talking Style

Sixes have a nervy, quick style of talking which may be witty and giggly or pejorative and grouchy.