OPW - Oct 11 - I just compared eHarmony's personality profiling test with Compatible Partners personality profiling test. The tests are 99% the same, with the same questions in the same order. The only differences I found were:
- On the first page of questions Compatible Partners has three questions about having and wanting kids, whereas those questions appear on the second to last page of the eHarmony test.
- On page 3 Compatible partners has an extra question: "Do you want to select which domination(s) your matches can be?"
- On pages 17 & 18 eHarmony has seven extra personal interests listed: Backpacking, Astrology, Gadgets, Participating in Sports, Hunting, Politics, Pets, Animal Rights, Camping, Playing a Musical Instrument/Singing, Science, Watching Sports, Going Out, Protecting The Enviroment
- On page 22 eHarmony added two questions to the Compatible Partners survey:
1. Do you know someone who met their spouse through eHarmony?
2. Have you ever usen an online dating site?
The graphics and layout of the test are also a little different. From what I remember, the Compatible Partners test design looks like the older eHarmony test with respect to graphics and layout. Overall, the personality test is the same, but how about the matchmaking? eHarmony's approach has been to copy the test over for Compatible Partners so the matchmaking methodology and science would probably also be the same. - Irena BrooksSee all posts on eHarmony
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