How to Take the Couples Psychometrics Test on TikTok
Personality tests are all over the internet these days, and TikTok — in particular — has seemed to take a liking to them. The Ktestone Color Personality Test opened our eyes to blatantly honest descriptions of our personality traits, and now, there’s another personality test on the rise, and this one is for couples. The Couples Psychometrics Test determines which TV or movie couple you and your partner are based on a set number of questions, and the results are quite interesting.
How Do You Take the Couples Psychometrics Test?
The Couples Psychometrics Test can be found on The Open-Source Psychometrics Project’s website, a website that offers tons of personality tests that are used to collect anonymous data and research (some of the data is even published in academic journals!). The test, which can be found under “Statistical ‘Which Character’ Personality Quiz” on Open Source Psychometric Project’s website, uses a slider bar to determine whether you or your significant other are “creative or conventional,” “alpha or beta, “strict or lenient” . . . etc, and can be done in five versions: recommended, quick, emoji, recommended + emoji, and exhaustive. Each version varies in length, with the recommended version offering 36 questions per partner. Once you finish, the test will match you with a list of fictional couples from movies and TV shows — like Meredith Grey and Derek Shepard from Grey’s Anatomy or Jim and Pam from The Office — who have similar personality traits.
How Long Does the Test Take?
The recommended version of the test takes less than two minutes per person and offers 36 questions each. Our guestimation is that the longest portion of the test called “exhaustive” would take less than 5 minutes per person.
Is the Couples Psychometrics Test Accurate?
The website blatantly says that the test is for “educational and entertainment use only” and “it should not be used as psychological advice of any kind and comes without any guarantee of accuracy or fitness for any particular purpose.” So no, it’s not 100 percent accurate, but it’s fun!