The primary objective of a personality questionnaire is to determine the overall psychology of an individual and what they think about themselves. This type of questionnaire is also known as personality test and helps counselors and individuals to determine what type of personality they have, what changes can help them to redefine their personality, what elements of their personality are favorable and which ones are not, and about their expectations and perceptions. A personality questionnaire is quite helpful for individuals as it reveals their behaviors, attitudes, and psychology relative to specific situations, objects, and people.

A personality questionnaire helps an individual in not only identifying their true personality but also how they can take it from the current plane to a higher positive plane. A personality questionnaire consists of two sections, which are:

  • Personal Information: This section of the personality questionnaire provides information related to an individual’s perception of their personality, general perception, their behavior and attitude, their favorite personality traits, their likings and disliking etc. This section also contains personal information like name, age, date of birth, sun sign, moon sign, address, favorite color, favorite animal, movies, books, etc.
  • Personality Information Exercise: This is the main section of the personality questionnaire and its objective is to define the true personality of an individual. This section consists of several multiple choice or true and false questions that puts the individual in a hypothetical situation and makes them think. It helps individuals in figuring out how they would react to a specific hypothetical situation and how that reaction is going to determine who they are. This part of the personality questionnaire also contains questions of generic nature like: are you emotionally stable? Are you an assertive person? Are you outgoing? It can also contain questions that provoke a reaction based on real life situation simulations to identify if the individual has any psychological issues.