There is nothing wrong or unromantic with verifying that you and your significant other are perfectly compatible and can stand the test of time. As our lives become more and more complicated, you want to make sure you stand on the same page when it comes to
- prenuptial agreement,
- your future house and the level of comfort you are going to have,
- your future children and their education,
- dealing with extended family,
- what you consider acceptable,
- and many other areas.
Here at Psychologia, we developed several relationship tests you might want to look at. They are absolutely free and can give you a good assessment of your current relationship.
1. Partner Awareness Quiz
Knowing and understanding your partner and his or her unique history is the key to a satisfying relationship, and that’s where our partner awareness quiz comes in. Only ten carefully chosen questions will not take much time to answer. Once you are done, you will be given a score on the scale of 0 to 100: A higher score means you are doing pretty well while a lower score means that more effort is needed. A lower score typically means that either your partner isn’t very open with you or you aren’t attentive enough to your significant other. In both cases, now that you know your problem, you can correct it by paying more attention to your partner or trying to get him or her open up a little more. You can take this test here »
2. Your Relationship Assessment
This test was designed to assess your actual relationship. Is your relationship simply good but could be better or is it in a serious danger? This quiz will help you find out. Depending on your score, you will get one of the four results:
- You have a great healthy relationship with only few areas where you could improve.
- You have an average relationship – good enough but not great. There are definitely areas where you need some serious work to do.
- You have a troubled relationship with many areas that need improvement.
- It seems your relationship is failing. If you are interested in saving it, you should get busy right now.
3. Expectations vs. Reality Quiz
A lot of people, especially women, fantasize about an ideal relationship that just feels right. Unfortunately, reality is not always in line with our dreams of love and romance. Whether you have a clear picture of a perfect relationship or you are one of those people who have never even allowed themselves to dream, you will enjoy this test.
First, you will need to check all boxes next to words describing your ideal relationship. Second, you will need to check all boxes next to words describing your actual relationship. The test is programmed to compare the two, which results in percentage or your satisfaction score. The score is on the scale of 0 to 100, and just like in school, the higher, the better. Compare your expectations and reality here »
4. Do You Love and Understand Your Partner Quiz
As weird as it sounds, sometimes we aren’t sure what we are feeling. Although it’s perfectly normal for love develop after marriage, it helps enormously if you actually love the person you are planning to spend your life with before you commit. Similarly, understanding your partner helps you predict his or her reaction, which leads to better communication and feels so much better on your partner’s end.
The test consists of 30 questions and will give you result HIGH, AVERAGE or LOW for both understanding and emotional attraction. Take the test now »
5. Am I in Love Quiz or Does He/She Love Me Quiz
This is another “Do I Love My Partner” style quiz with more thought-provoking questions regarding your feelings. Fourteen questions take only a couple of minutes to answer and the result is whether “It official: you are in love!” or “It looks like you are not yet in love with this person.” The best part about this quiz is that it can be easily turned into “Does My Partner Love Me?” quiz, provided that you can confidently answer the questions on behalf of your partner. So are you in love? Find out now »
6. Compatibility Test
Although this has nothing to do with pre-marriage counseling, we thought it would be fun to include this here. The test assesses your and your partner’s personality types and tells you how compatible you are based on that. You can find the test here » It is based on four personality types, so if you are interested in this subject, there is so much information on this website that you could literally spend days reading it. You can start here »
7. Do I Need Relationship Counseling Quiz
This test was developed with married couples in mind, but it can be a useful tool to test your relationship for signs of deterioration. It is on a longer side — 54 questions — but if you are serious about assessing your relationship objectively and facing any red flags before you leap into marriage, it’s a good idea to at least read through them. Take the test now »
Now that you took all these quizzes, your head is probably spinning and you have even more questions than you did before. Hopefully, you found out that your relationship has many great points. It is also possible that you found some questions uncomfortable, and it left you a little confused. In cases like this, it can be very useful to have someone look at your case from an unbiased perspective and give you a good advice:
- Is marrying your partner a good idea at this stage?
- What are some ways you can improve your relationship?
- How to talk to your partner about some concerns you are having regarding your future life together?
- What questions should you ask your significant other before saying “Yes”?
Counseling isn’t just for those who are already married and are on the brink of divorce. It can be sometimes a protective measure and a good way to organize your thoughts and feelings before you make up your mind regarding marriage. Best of all, these day counseling doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg and can be done from the comfort of your home. This website offers over 2000 licensed therapists ready to work with you, and if for some reason you aren’t happy with your counselor, you can request another one. Get pre-marital counseling now »
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