The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment is one of the world’s most popular personality tools.
It’s simple, yet powerful, and introduces a common language for referring to and discussing personality preferences that play an essential role in our everyday life. The MBTI assessment and its process of self-discovery give you a framework for understanding yourself and appreciating differences in others.
Understanding yourself and others provides a unique perspective and opens up possibilities—in your job, your relationships, your life.
Your natural preferences in these four areas sort into one of 16 distinct patterns of behavior called personality types.
Knowing your Myers-Briggs personality type gives you a much better idea of what makes you tick, and how that translates into all aspects of your life.
MBTIonline.com is the only place online where you can get the real MBTI assessment and verify your results without a practitioner interpretation session. We’ve built an online learning and verification session into the experience—thereby saving you time and cost.
We bundle the assessment with the learning session and MBTI® Type Explorer platform to maximize your insights and potential applications of your four-letter type. For $49.95 USD (+ tax where applicable), you will get the 93-question Myers-Briggs assessment, a learning and verification session, a report specific to your MBTI type, and access to our MBTI®Type Explorer site, where you will find a variety of tools and tips to help you better understand your type and those of your co-workers, friends, family members, etc.
MBTIonline.com is owned and operated by The Myers-Briggs Company, the exclusive publisher of the MBTI assessment.
The experience is designed for individual use, but The Myers-Briggs Company offers a wide variety of solutions to meet team, organizational, and other needs.
Please contact us with any questions you may have.
To learn more about the applications of Myers-Briggs personality type and history of the assessment, please visit the Myers & Briggs Foundation site.