Relationship Quizzes & Questionnaires

We selected a number of online quizzes which we felt would best help you define what you are interested in a relationship and how you act within it, how you go about dating, your personality characteristics etc.. Aside from the catagories we selected to provide, we also chose the online tests with more serious psychological underpinnings. The idea is for you to have the best and most objective data about yourself, your needs and your desires prior to pursuing a new relationship online. Once you are ready, try our #1 Choice recomended services.

Dating Pattern Analyzer How You Feel in Close Relationships
Your Love Concept and Experience Personality Test
Self-disclosure Test Emotional Intelligence
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The Dating Patterns Analyzer evaluates your relationships and tells you what really makes you happy. You may be surprised at the results.

1. Think of people you have dated or had a relationship with.
2. Rate each person on the criteria listed (e.g warm, sociable, adventurous, etc.).

For each criterion: Type in a number from 0 to 9: 9 is high, meaning the person has a lot of that characteristic (very warm, very sociable, very adventurous);

0 is low, meaning the person has little of that characteristic (not very warm, sociable or adventurous).

Type in the age difference between you and your date.

For example, if your date is: 12 years younger than you, type in 12 and click the - box; 12 years older than you, type in 12 and click the + box. Be sure to fill in the "Overall Happiness" box for each person, otherwise the data can't be analyzed.

3. Click on "Analyze" at the very bottom of the form. The data will be analyzed and the results returned to you in a few seconds. You need to enter information about at least three dates, but more is better. Rate your dates on how much of each characteristic they have instead of on whether you like that characteristic.

For example, you would rate a very talkative person high in the "talks" category - even if you don't like the talking - and a very slender person low in the "weight" category - even if you like a slender person. Note: "height" refers to whether a person is short or tall; "weight" refers to whether a person is slim or heavy.

Rate your feelings in the "Overall happiness" box. There is no right or wrong here. For example, some people like to talk, others value silence; some people like to climb mountains, others prefer to watch; some people like to laugh, others are more serious. Just answer as honestly as you can.


A questionnaire that measures love and its dimensions. The scale is made up of 68 items that describe love that were drawn from some current research on love. It should take you under an hour to complete this Love Test and go through the results. You should take the test in private. You will be asked to complete a short questionnaire and submit that to obtain the Love Test. This questionnaire contains items that will allow us to answer questions like: Do people who have been in a relationship for a long time differ in how they experience or view love from people who have been in a relationship a short time? Do males and females experience love differently? Do relationships on the net differ from in-person relationships in terms of how people experience love? etc. The information you provide will also allow us to develop normative scores so that people taking this test will be able to compare how they scored against group norms. No information that could be used to uniquely identify you will be collected. When you complete the questionnaire and submit it, we will send you back a page of results that tells you how you scored and how to interpret your scores.

There are three different versions:

You can take the Concept of Love version regardless of whether you are currently in love. It measures what you think love is. How you score on this version will help you to understand how you view love.

You can take the second, Experience of Love version if you are currently in love. It measures the amount of love that you are experiencing currently in your relationship. How you score on this version will help you to look at what you're getting from your relationship and to find ways to enrich your experience of love.

Take both versions HERE and you will also be able to compare your experience of love to what you think love should be. (This is the option we recommend if you're currently in love.)


The 36 statements below concern how you generally feel in emotionally close romantic relationships. We are interested in how you generally experience relationships, not just in what is happening in a current relationship. Respond to each statement by indicating how much you agree or disagree with it. Check a single button next to each item. When you have rated each item, we will tell you more about your "relationship style." Important note: For the first 36 questions, you must select an option for each question. If you want to select the default response (i.e., "Strongly Disagree"), you must actually click it. Do not simply leave it at the default value or the program will not compute your "relationship style" correctly.


By nature, online relationships require you to talk get to know someone at the outset before meeting them.This test will evaluate how much you self-disclose to people in general. Fill in the questionnaire, responding as you truthfully would in such situations. If you have never been in one or more of the situations, respond as you most likely would. Please verify whether the form is fully loaded before you proceed. Special Instructions: In certain situations, we refer to specific circumstances that may not apply to you, or where your response strongly depends on the person you are interacting with. In these case, use these tips: If you are an only child, replace sibling with any close family member (cousin, aunt, oncle etc.). When referring to your parents pick the one with whom you are/were closest. When referring to strangers try to look for a typical situation. In order to obtain valid results, you need to answer all the questions. If you skip one or more questions, you will receive an error message asking you to return to this form to complete the test. Please, note that if your browser is set up to refresh every page every time you load (see Preferences or Internet options in your browser), all your answers will be erased. We recommend that you either change the setting of your browser or that you check very carefully to see whether you skipped a question.


It's always useful to have an objective, realistic assessment of yourself before you meet others. Take this no-nonsense intensive personality test designed to be the clinical replacement of the test that will replace the MBTI as the primary valid personality testing instrument. This inventory is designed to accurately and objectively estimate my standing on personality traits. This inventory measures normal differences in personality. The traits measured by this inventory are obvious to most people who know you well. If knowledgeable acquaintances disagree with the test results, then the results are wrong. This inventory does not reveal hidden, secret information about you. This inventory does not assess serious psychological disorders. The report estimates your standing on 5 broad personality domains and 30 subdomains. The report is designed to be objective, not pleasing or flattering. Like all psychological measures, this inventory is subject to measurement error. Incomplete, careless, or mischievous responding will invalidate the report. This inventory contains 300 items. Each page contains 60 items. Pressing the button on the last page should instantly produce a detailed report of your personality. Most people complete the inventory in 40-60 minutes.

Are you emotionally ready for a new relationship, online or otherwise. Test you current emotional intelligence with this questionnaire. Often the most important thing that can be gained from an E-IQ emotional intelligence quiz is the idea that "I might be able to change my emotional responses." You can! It may take considerable time and/or energy to change such intelligence, but often the first step after taking this emotional intelligence quiz is realizing that you can change them. The second step often is to accept that you want to do so.Other E-IQ tests I have examined seem not to talk much about the emotions themselves. This emotional intelligence quiz does. What about Love in relationship? Hate in relationship? Grief? Terror? Anger? Jealousy? Shame? Etc? This E-IQ emotional intelligence test will show you where your emotional intelligence responses (& those of many in this culture) might be stuck and need work (via self-help or therapy). Unlike an IQ test, there is no scoring of this E-IQ emotional intelligence test that compares you with others. The below questions were selected because each would be answered in a less-than-optimum way by millions of us. Note: this E-IQ test is thought- provoking (and offensive to some).

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