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What kind of Introvert Are You?

Find out what kind of introvert you are by taking our quiz!

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    How much alone time do you have in a day?
    • A.
      Most of my day is spent alone, but not all of it
      (Correlates to: Restrained Introvert)
    • B.
      I plan some alone time but not a lot
      (Correlates to: Thinking Introvert)
    • C.
      I take alone time when needed but never plan it
      (Correlates to: Social Introvert)
    • D.
      My days are spent alone by default
      (Correlates to: Anxious Introvert)
  • 2.
    What is the ideal vacation for you?
    • A.
      A tour around historic monuments and museums
      (Correlates to: Thinking Introvert)
    • B.
      I don’t take vacations or enjoy being away
      (Correlates to: Anxious Introvert)
    • C.
      A resort on the beach where you can interact with people
      (Correlates to: Social Introvert)
    • D.
      A walk in nature by myself
      (Correlates to: Restrained Introvert)
  • 3.
    What type of party do you enjoy most?
    • A.
      Loud and raging, with lots of strangers to meet.
      (Correlates to: Social Introvert)
    • B.
       I don’t like parties
      (Correlates to: Anxious Introvert)
    • C.
      A conversation between closets friends is all the party I need
      (Correlates to: Restrained Introvert)
    • D.
      Quiet, with friends only
      (Correlates to: Thinking Introvert)
  • 4.
    Do you find people interesting?
    • A.
      Yes, I enjoy talking to people one-on-one
      (Correlates to: Thinking Introvert)
    • B.
      I like to people-watch but not great at talking
      (Correlates to: Anxious Introvert, Restrained Introvert)
    • C.
      People are more scary than interesting
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      If I am in a social mood, yes, I thoroughly enjoy it.
      (Correlates to: Social Introvert)
  • 5.
    Which word best describes you?
    • A.
      Reserved
      (Correlates to: Restrained Introvert)
    • B.
      Day-dreamer
      (Correlates to: Thinking Introvert)
    • C.
      Social
      (Correlates to: Social Introvert)
    • D.
      Shy
      (Correlates to: Anxious Introvert)
  • 6.
    What type of thoughts normally occur to you?
    • A.
      People, especially friends and family
      (Correlates to: Social Introvert)
    • B.
      My schedule, plans, goals
      (Correlates to: Thinking Introvert)
    • C.
      Ideas, books and abstract thoughts
      (Correlates to: Restrained Introvert)
    • D.
      How scary the world is
      (Correlates to: Anxious Introvert)
  • 7.
    When doing a group activity, which is the most important to you?
    • A.
      Figuring out the role of each person within the group
      (Correlates to: Restrained Introvert)
    • B.
      Planning out the project
      (Correlates to: Thinking Introvert)
    • C.
      Making sure whatever you are doing get's done
      (Correlates to: Anxious Introvert)
    • D.
      Bonding with your group members
      (Correlates to: Social Introvert)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Thinking Introvert
    Thinking introverts are people who are perfectly able to interact but often get caught daydreaming. They don’t dread social interactions but they often drift off during them - which may cause problems in work or social situations where mental presence is required. For these introverts we recommend reserving some time during the day to go on a walk, be by themselves and exhaust their need to daydream on their own before joining an event or work related meeting where their attention is required.
  • 2.
    Anxious Introvert
    Unlike social introverts, anxious introverts may seek out solitude because they feel awkward and self-conscious around other people. The mere mention of a social gathering can cause them to feel anxious and dread the experience. For these introverts, we recommend a daily meditation practice you can find on chapter 4.
  • 3.
    Social Introvert
    Social introverts are what we normally identify the most common stereotype of introverts. They do enjoy socializing but with smaller groups instead of large ones, for shorter periods of time or sometimes just recharge by themselves. These introverts do not get social anxiety at the imminence of events but they do feel drained after long and wide interactions. For these introverts, we recommend networking with a timer or phone alarm in a way they can step out and be by themselves for a little while.
  • 4.
    Restrained Introvert
    Thinking introverts are people who are perfectly able to interact but often get caught daydreaming. They don’t dread social interactions but they often drift off during them - which may cause problems in work or social situations where mental presence is required. For these introverts we recommend reserving some time during the day to go on a walk, be by themselves and exhaust their need to daydream on their own before joining an event or work related meeting where their attention is required.