Top 10 Best Enneagram Tests (with Free Options)

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Introducing Enneagram

Move over Myers-Briggs Personality Test; there’s a new kid in town – The Enneagram.

The Enneagram is a personality typing system that consists of nine different types. Every person belongs to one of the nine types, although one can have traits belonging to other types.

Some of you might be asking – “Do we really need another personality test?” Absolutely! Here at The Millennial Grind, we are all about career and personal development, so we are big advocates for learning more about yourself.

The Enneagram is a useful guide on your journey towards self-development, relationship building, conflict resolution and the improvement of team dynamics.

Fun Fact: “Ennea” means “Nine” in Greek

According to The Enneagram Institute, here are the nine Enneagram types and their descriptions:

1. THE REFORMER: The Rational, Idealistic Type: Principled, Purposeful, Self-Controlled, and Perfectionistic
2. THE HELPER: The Caring, Interpersonal Type: Demonstrative, Generous, People-Pleasing, and Possessive
3. THE ACHIEVER: The Success-Oriented, Pragmatic Type: Adaptive, Excelling, Driven, and Image-Conscious
4. THE INDIVIDUALIST: The Sensitive, Withdrawn Type: Expressive, Dramatic, Self-Absorbed, and Temperamental
5. THE INVESTIGATOR: The Intense, Cerebral Type: Perceptive, Innovative, Secretive, and Isolated
6. THE LOYALIST: The Committed, Security-Oriented Type: Engaging, Responsible, Anxious, and Suspicious
7. THE ENTHUSIAST: The Busy, Fun-Loving Type: Spontaneous, Versatile, Distractible, and Scattered
8. THE CHALLENGER: The Powerful, Dominating Type: Self-Confident, Decisive, Willful, and Confrontational
9. THE PEACEMAKER: The Easygoing, Self-Effacing Type: Receptive, Reassuring, Agreeable, and Complacent

How Do I Find My Enneagram Type?

As Enneagram is growing in popularity, so are the number of sites offering Enneagram Tests. With all these different test options available, it can be hard to find the best test for your needs. Whether you’re a personality test newbie or an Enneagram fanatic, you can find a test that meets your needs.

Here is a compilation of the top 10 best Enneagram tests available. Most of the tests are free, but some websites require your email address in order to view your results. Additionally, there are paid options for individuals who want an in-depth analysis of their Enneagram personality type.

Like any personality test, Enneagram Tests may not give you a completely accurate analysis of yourself. Personally, I think doing an Enneagram Test can be very useful in at least providing some general guidance towards one of the nine types. After you get your results, you can explore that type further to confirm if it aligns with your personality. However, it’s good to keep in mind that these tests may not be 100% accurate and you may need to do some digging in order to validate your results.

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Also Read: The Best Careers According to Your Enneagram Type

Top 10 Best Enneagram Tests

1. The Millennial Grind

2. Eclectic Energies

3. 9 Types

4. EnneaApp

5. Similar Minds

6. Enneagram Academy


8. Loner Wolf

9. The Enneagram Institute 

10. Integrative 9 Enneagram Solution

Top 10 Enneagram Tests Reviews

1. The Millennial Grind (FREE)

Free Enneagram Test; pink notebook pens and stars

Looking for a  free, quick, and hassle-free Enneagram test? We created our own test for those who are just venturing into the world of Enneagram.  Many people simply don’t have the bandwidth to go through a 30-minute test so we created this simple quiz for all you busy bees out there.

Our Enneagram test is designed to be completed within 5 minutes. 


  • Super Quick – Only 20 questions long.
  • Instant Results – No email address required.
  • Simple – Binary answers – Yes or No.
2. Eclectic Energies (FREE)

Eclectic Energies is your basic no-frills Enneagram test. They offer TWO types of Enneagram tests. The classical Enneagram test which consists of 14 pages of in-depth questions. If you are short on time, they offer an alternate version of the Enneagram test which is based on character traits.
The best part about Eclectic Energies is you get the results immediately after completion. No email sign-ups, no subscriptions, nada!
Aside from the test, Eclectic Energies offers other information on the Enneagram, so you can do a deep dive on the personality system if you wish.
Overall, it’s a free, fun, no-obligation way to find out your Enneagram personality type.

3. 9 Types (FREE)

9 Types offer a quick way to find out your Enneagram type because the test only comprises of 36 questions. Each question poses a choice between two statements. According to my experience, this test should only take 5-10 minutes of your time to complete.
Best of all, you receive the results immediately and you do not need to provide your email address to receive your rest results.

4. EnneaApp (FREE)

Another option to determine your Enneatype is through the free Enneagram test by EnneaApp. Their survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.
The EnneaApp test results will point you towards your top three most likely types. This is a great way to narrow down your options (out of the 9 possible types), so you can further explore and validate your type on your own.
I love that they state they do not store any test data and results. This is a fantastic option for those concerned with data confidentiality.

5. Similar Minds (FREE)

Similar Minds offer a 60-question Enneagram personality test, and it took me around 15 minutes to complete the test. One disadvantage of the website is the test may be hard to read for some people. Everything is grey and my eyes felt a little strained by the end of the test.
Results are displayed after completion and no email is required to view your results. The results provide you with your main Enneagram type, your variant, and your level of health.

6. Enneagram Academy (FREE)

Enneagram Academy offers a sampler version of the RHETI test (read more about the RHETI in the Enneagram Institute review below). Instead of 144 questions, the sampler is FREE and contains 36 questions only.
Please note that your first name and email address are required to receive the test results.

7. (FREE)

If you are looking for a super-quick and easy way to find out your Enneagram Type, then you will love the Enneagram test offered by There are only 36 questions, so you won’t get bored during the process.
However, there is a chance this test is overly simplistic compared to other Enneagram tests so the results may not be totally accurate. Aside from that, you must provide your email address in order to view your results.

8. LonerWolf (FREE)

Another quick option to find your Enneagram personality type. This test is only 36 questions long and it takes around 5-minutes to complete.
One downside is you must provide your email address to receive your test results.
Aside from the test, LonerWolf offers many other articles on all things related to spirituality.

9. Enneagram Institute ($)

The Enneagram Institute offers the Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator test, also known as the RHETI. According to the website, the RHETI is a scientifically validated, forced-choice personality test with 144 paired statements. The test takes about 40 minutes to complete.
Instead of just telling you which Enneagram you belong to, you receive a full personality profile across all nine types in a PDF format.
At $12 per test, the RHETI test offered by the Enneagram Institute is an affordable, entry-level option for Enneagram newbies.
Besides offering Enneagram tests, the website offers a wealth of information on each of the Enneagram types in an easy to navigate format.

10. Integrative 9 Enneagram Solution ($$-$$$)

The Integrative Enneagram Questionnaire claims to be the most accurate Enneagram test on the market. The test consists of 175 questions and it will take you about 30 minutes to complete.
The website looks very professional and there are lots of user reviews featured throughout the website; therefore, it appears to be quite credible.
The major downside is the price. Depending on how detailed and how many pages you want your personality report to be, the price can range from $30 CAD to $154 CAD.
This is probably not the best option for an Enneagram newbie, but if you are super into it and want a reliable and accurate report then you should give it a try!

We would love to hear your thoughts on the Enneagram!

Share your experience with any of the top 10 Enneagram tests and your Enneagram type in the comments down below.

Craving more Enneagram information? Check out this awesome infographic for a quick overview of The Enneagram.

The Enneagram Personality Types and Descriptions- Top 10 Best Enneagram Tests

Source: Behance // Anna Takayoshi

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