Quiz: What Genius Does Your Myers-Briggs Personality Match?

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Einstein, Dickens or da Vinci? Find out which genius you should be living up to!

Honestly answer the questions in this accurate personality quiz and we will tell you which genius matches your personality.

 May 24, 2018

1 of 22Pick your answer!

What was your favorite subject in school?
art
English
math or science

2 of 22Pick your answer!

Would you say you're more positive or negative?
both
negative
positive

3 of 22Pick your answer!

What do you do to cheer yourself up?
have a nap
read
put on music

4 of 22Pick your answer!

Are you more introverted or extroverted?
extroverted
introverted
I can't tell

5 of 22Pick your answer!

Would you prefer to have an argument or stay quiet when you disagree with someone?
have an argument
keep quiet
it depends how strongly I felt

6 of 22Pick your answer!

Choose a dessert!
donuts
apple pie
chocolate sundae

7 of 22Pick your answer!

Which of these musical instruments do your prefer?
guitar
piano
violin

8 of 22Pick your answer!

Are you a morning person or a night person?
night
morning
afternoon

9 of 22Pick your answer!

If you had pets, would they be inside or outside?
inside
inside only when it's cold out
outside

10 of 22Pick your answer!

Pick a honeymoon destination!
Florence
London
Berlin

11 of 22Pick your answer!

What is your favorite day of the week?
Sunday
Friday
Saturday

12 of 22Pick your answer!

Which of these words stands out to you the most?
friendship
status
change

13 of 22Pick your answer!

Do you believe in midnight snacks?
only when I'm starving
no
yes

14 of 22Pick your answer!

Would you rather a big group of acquaintances of small group of friends?
small group of friends
big group of acquaintances
both

15 of 22Pick your answer!

Do you care what people think of you?
no
only a little bit
yes

16 of 22Pick your answer!

What kind of weather do you find the most beautiful?
snow
thunderstorms
sunshine

17 of 22Pick your answer!

Which of these TV shows appeals to you the most?
Game of Thrones
Suits
Friends

18 of 22Pick your answer!

What kind of sport do you like the most?
soccer
baseball
tennis

19 of 22Pick your answer!

Do you find it easy to forgive?
no
to an extent
yes

20 of 22Pick your answer!

Would you rather be rich or famous?
neither
famous
rich

21 of 22Pick your answer!

What is your go-to when you're sick with a cold?
chicken soup
hot tea
pain killers

22 of 22Pick your answer!

Choose a color!
green
red
blue
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

Geniuses have graced the planet since the dawn of time, offering their creative ideas and changing theories when it comes to art, science, mathematics, literature and music, among many other things. One of the most famous geniuses of the modern era is Albert Einstein, who was born in Germany in 1879 and developed the theory of relativity, which happens to be one of the two pillars of modern physics. Albert Einstein has also had considerable influence over the philosophy of science. When it comes to literature, one of the most celebrated writers and geniuses is Charles Dickens, who was born in England in 1812. Charles Dickens wrote some of the most prominent pieces of classic English literature, including but not limited to "Great Expectations", "Oliver Twist", "A Christmas Carol", "David Copperfield", "Nicholas Nickleby" and "A Tale of Two Cities". Charles Dickens passed away of a stroke in his late 50s, leaving his final novel "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" unfinished. Perhaps one of the most respected geniuses of all time is Leonardo da Vinci, the Italian painter, scientist and inventor (among many other things) who painted the Mona Lisa. Other famous works by Leonardo da Vinci include "The Last Supper", "St. Jon the Baptist", "Portrait of a Man in Red", "Lady with an Ermine", "The Baptism of Christ", "Adoration of the Magi", "Head of a Woman", "La Bella Principessa", "Madonna of the Carnation", "St Jerome in the Wilderness", and "Portrait of a Musician". Take this personality quiz to find out which of these famous geniuses matches your personality type.