This Instant Inkblot Test Will Analyze You On The Spot


You may have encountered other inkblot quizzes online, but the one you are about to take below, has better accuracy than most. There is an instant analysis for each response you choose after looking at the blot. You will then be shown the personality characteristics usually found in people with your particular response.

For instance, if you respond that the blot looks like a Flower, you may be told that people who chose flowers are dreamers and free spirits. You will then click on whether this description is an accurate or inaccurate assessment of who you are. Then you will go on to the next inkblot. Try not to overthink your response; clicking the answer that most closely matches your first impression of what you see, will yield the most accurate analysis.

After doing this for each figure presented, an overall analysis of your personality will be made.

You know sometimes we think we’re strong in one character trait and weak in others, but if you were to ask your friends or family, they will tell you something completely different. Too often we think we’re not that self confident or brave until a situation shows up and disproves our original belief.

To be honest, I just don’t think we give ourselves enough credit. We’re too hard on ourselves.

Let us know if the results you get resonate with how you see yourself.

Okay, to begin simply choose what you see when gazing at the inkblots. Then, read your description.

Now, based on what you saw, here are your results for the first image:

Ready for the next one?

Now, here are your results for the image above:

Here is the next ink blot:

And the results for the blue ink blot:

Now this one is interesting! What do you see?

These are the results for the ink blot above:

And the final ink blot of the test:

Here are the results from the ink blot above:

The Rorschach Test is a projective psychological test developed in 1921 to measure thought disorder. It was developed from the observation that schizophrenia patients often interpret ambiguous images in very unusual ways. In the test, the participant is shown a series of ten ink blot cards and directed to respond to each with what the inkblot looks like. Because completing the Rorschach Test is time intensive and requires and psychologist trained in its usage, there have been many attempts to convert the Rorschach into an objective test for ease of use. Although this test you took today is simply for entertainment, we do hope you enjoyed it.