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We can guess your celeb twin based on your personality type

Have you ever wondered about your personality? Or simply asked yourself, "Why am I like this?" Well, there's a rhyme and reason for your character. And you can find out your type with a simple test.

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a multiple choice questionnaire designed with the purpose of showing psychological preferences on how people look at the world around them and make decisions, according to its website.

It was constructed by Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers based on the conceptual theory proposed by Carl Jung. He thought people experienced the world using four cognitive learning styles—extraversion and introversion; sensing and intuition; thinking and feeling; and judging and perceiving. 

These styles are then abbreviated with a letter such as INTJ, ENFP, ISTP or ESFJ.

Personality is just one of many factors that guide our behavior. To find out what your type is, take the test here. NERIS Type Explorer created a combo of both Myers-Briggs and Jung's theories, which only takes 12 minutes to complete.

The results literally tell you all about *you.* So, get reading on your strengths and weaknesses, romantic relationships, friendships, parenthood, career paths and workplace habits. Once you're finished, check out which celeb has the same personality as you. Twinzies! You might be surprised.

INTJ

Michelle Obama, Jay-Z, Mark Zuckerberg

INTP

Aubrey Plaza, Kristen Stewart

ENTJ

Adele, Zendaya, Mindy Kaling

ENTP

Amy Poehler

INFJ

J.K. Rowling

INFP

Halsey

ENFJ

Jennifer Lawerence, Demi Lovato

ENFP

Ed Sheeran

ISTJ

Emma Watson

ISFJ

Beyoncé, Kendall Jenner, Selena Gomez

ESTJ

Hillary Clinton

ESFJ

Gigi Hadid, Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Swift

ISTP

Eminem

ISFP

Jessica Alba , Ariana Grande, Lana Del Rey, Britney Spears 

ESTP

P!nk, Angelina Jolie, Mila Kunis

ESFP

Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Kylie Jenner

Some celebrities have multiple personality types, so you may too. Even if you're an ISFP or ESTJ, that doesn't mean you can't be "something else." Just remember to be *you.*

How accurate were your results? Who's your "twin"? Let us know below!

Photo credit: Instagram/Hayden Summerall

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by Kelly Zheng | 7/28/2018
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