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Romantic Preferences Assessment

This test gauges your romantic preferences and attempts to assign types to them: one loosely based on the Grant cognitive functions, and another based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. These two results are measured differently.

The function results are based on common function archetypes and are given to you as a percentage. The percentages you receive are matched against the Grant model algorithm.
The Myers-Briggs result is based on the MBTI and provides you with a result that indicates how strongly your preferences align with the MBTI axes.

You can select one among five options per question: the leftmost choice corresponds to "no" and the rightmost choice corresponds to "yes." The three options in the middle correspond to only moderate preferences for each side, the middle option being specifically for "no preference for either side."
Some questions are colored orange and blue; the leftmost choice in this scenario corresponds to a preference for the blue portion, and the rightmost to the orange portion.

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My ideal partner is someoneā€¦ (no) (yes)
#1 knows what they want.
#2 who can help me stay on top of things.
#3 who cherishes our memories.
#4 honest, direct, and unafraid of conflict; harmonious, tactful, and sensitive in disagreements
#5 who keeps track of real issues.
#6 broody and mellow.
#7 who is honest about their feelings.
#8 who is always looking out for me.
#9 guided by their ideas and visions; who remains loose and grounded
#10 always full of new ideas.
#11 with strong organizational skills.
#12 witty and well-humored.
#13 creative; practical
#14 in touch with our physical needs.
#15 introspective and understanding.
#16 with strong values.
#17 contemplative and analytical.
#18 physical and provocative.
#19 who cares about my feelings.
#20 who can help put me in a good mood.
#21 who lusts after new experiences.
#22 adventurous; prudent
#23 who knows what they are talking about.
#24 who thinks before they speak.
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