This simple test will reveal if you’re a real introvert

Most people you meet are extroverts. They recharge their energy through social interactions and doing things with other people.

Introverts are a minority of the population, and they expend energy when around other people. They need to spend time alone in order to recharge their batteries.

Introverts sometimes have an easier time focusing on tasks, which means that they have an advantage when it comes to this test. So if you easily solved it, odds are that you’re an introvert!

Look at the images below. Can you find the hidden symbols? The result will identify your type of personality.

1. Let’s start out simple. Can you find the croissant?

2. There is an air balloon among the jellyfish, can you find it?


3. Find the snail


4. This one is trickier: Find the button


5. Not everybody can find the butterfly


6. This one’s even more complicated: Can you find the cup of coffee?


7. Last one: Can you find the turtle?


If you easily found the hidden objects, then chances are that you’re an introvert. You possess rare observation skills, and you know how to focus and see the tiniest details. You prefer to be by yourself or meet your friends in small groups, rather than meet in large get-togethers. Because of this, you need some “me” time after big social events before you’re ready to head back out into the world.

If you became bored looking at the images and started thinking about other things, then you are probably an extrovert. You are an active, susceptive, and emotional human being. It’s often hard for you to stay in one place. You like to communicate with other people, and you’re good at it too. You know how to attract attention.

If you thought the test was hard, but you still passed, then you might be an ambivert — a rare type of personality. You are a person of many talents, you know how to adapt to different environments, and you find it easy to talk to almost everyone.

Did the results match your expectations? Share this test with your friends so that they can challenge themselves – they might even learn something about themselves while they’re at it!