What Disney Princess Are You, Based on Your Myers-Briggs Type?

Jennifer Post

Do you often set lofty goals and not follow through with them?

Are you the kind to take the lead?

How often do you make decisions with your heart over your head?

Have you been told that you're difficult to please?

Do you prefer to spend time with other people or yourself?

Is family everything to you?

When you do take the lead in something, what's your approach to motivating people?

Can you handle not being liked?

Would others who know you say that you're outgoing?

If you had to describe yourself in one word, which would you choose?

Do you only want what's best for those that you love?

Are you a dreamer more than a go-getter?

How much would you sacrifice in order to make other people happy?

How healthy is your self-confidence right now?

If crisis strikes, how do you react?

Are you afraid of flying?

At the end of the day, how do you decide if the day was a good one?

Which one are you, normally, in the friend group?

What motivates you to get out of bed in the morning?

Is it more important to you to have more friends or better friends?

At work, if your boss gives you some negative feedback, what do you do?

What's the one area you feel your skills are best suited for?

Do you put a lot of effort into your appearance?

How do you relax when you have some downtime?

Is being loved the most important thing to you right now?

How do handle not being the best at something you've worked really hard for?

Have you always had trouble fitting in?

Do you like to finish a task as quickly as you can?

Would you rather spend free time with your friends or your family?

If two people close to you are fighting, what part do you play in it?

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About This Quiz

You've probably taken an online personality test before to figure out what combination of the four main personality types you are. There are 16 possible combinations. That isn't really a lot if you compare it to the number of people there are in the world. Every single person is boiled down to one of 16 personality types. Actually, it's more than just every person in the world. If you factor in fictional characters, you're adding in hundreds, if not thousands of other people who now also get to be assigned one of these personality types. 

Through questions crafted at digging deep into who people are, and asking the same question multiple times with different wording to see if the answer is the same, the Myers-Briggs personality test can almost positively determine your personality type. It's also become the authority on all things personality. The test was constructed by Katharine Cook-Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers, and is based on a theory by Carl Jung. Jung's theory was that people use the four psychological functions to experience the world, the four being sensation, intuition, feeling and thinking. Some of these are more dominant, while others are just contributing factors. Based on your own Myers-Briggs personality type, which Disney princess are you? Take this quiz to find out!

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