Dating match test
The third block of test results gives descriptions of the couple's relationship in all four components.These descriptions show which types of problems can be easily discussed and resolved by both partners.it indicates the degree of informational compatibility between romantic partners.Match Index scores range from 0% (poor match) to 100% (good match).Processing compatibility has a result of "poor" in the given example.The reason is that the partners' preferences in the "Processing" component are opposite, and the preferences are distinctly expressed.
This is represented by the extraversion-introversion preferences.
The assessment framework used by the Jung Marriage Test is drawn from Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ personality type theories.
This framework regards personality as an information system with the following four components: The overall informational compatibility score generated by this test is called Match Index.
As well, it details the range of situations that are reasonably comfortable for both partners.
The descriptions also explain what kinds of situations cause discomfort and tension in a given couple’s relationship and why.