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Marriage Compatibility Test

February 21, 2009

Are you and your partner compatible for marriage? This free marriage compatibility test will help you decide if you have what it takes to make the long term commitment of marriage or if there are a few things you should work on first.

To take the Marriage Compatibility Test, simply choose an answer from the questions below. Scoring is at the bottom of this quiz.

1. You and your partner have similar view on raising kids, including how many children, when you will have children, how you will discipline, etc.:
A. True – We’re in complete agreement, even if we agree to disagree.
B. False – There are a few things we disagree about that causes a lot of tension between us.
C. We haven’t talked about it yet.

2. You and your partner enjoy at least 3 mutual hobbies/activities together:
A. True – We have several hobbies and activities we enjoy together.
B. False – We only share a very few mutual hobbies and interests together.
C. I’m not sure

3. You and Your Partner get along with both families, including parents, siblings, and other relatives:
A. True – We like each other’s families as much or more than our own, or we both equally can’t stand each other’s families and have learned a way to deal with it already.
B. False – One of us doesn’t like the other’s family and it causes disagreements from time to time.
C. We haven’t met each other’s families

4. You and Your Partner Have Long Term Goals Together:
A. True – We have a plan to reach the same goals in 5-10 years and they include each other.
B. False – We both have different ideas of where we would like to be in 5-10 years
C. We haven’t discussed where we would like to be 10 years or more from now.

5. You and Your Partner Give to the Relationship 100%:
A. True – We both share responsibilities equally
B. False – Sometimes it feels like one of us is doing all the “work”
C. Neither of us give the relationship much attention

6. You and Your Partner are Financially Secure:
A. True – We openly discuss money and have a plan we both agree on about how we will manage our money and handle major purchases, even if we may not have a lot of money.
B. False – We often disagree on how money should be spent or saved, causing a lot of tension between us
C. We haven’t talked about how we will manage our money once married

7. You and Your Partner Have Similar Moral Values, including politics and religion:
A. True – We agree on the majority of moral/political/religious issues, or agree to disagree on some.
B. False – There are a few or several things we disagree on that often causes arguments or problems in other areas of our relationship
C. We haven’t discussed all of our moral, political, and religious values yet.

8. You and Your Partner Are in Agreement About Sex and Intimacy:
A. True – We have openly discussed sex and intimacy in our relationship and are comfortable with each others’ expectations.
B. False: We have disagreed about sex and intimacy or we feel uncomfortable talking about it
C. We have never discussed sex and intimacy before

9. You and Your Partner Have No Major Vices:
A. True – While neither of us are perfect, neither of us have problems with drugs, alcohol, gambling, or are involved in other potentially harmful activities.
B. False – One or both of us may be involved with drugs, alcohol, gambling, or other potentially harmful activities.
C. We have never discussed behaviors such as drinking, drug use, gambling, or other potentially harmful activities

10. You and Your Partner Communicate Well:
A. True – We can both talk to each other about everything, even difficult topics and things we do not agree on
B. False – Sometimes you have to mind read or you constantly mis-understand each other
C. You are not sure.

All right! That finishes our 10 question marriage compatibility test! Ready to see how your scored?

Mostly A’s: If you have scored between 7-10 A’s on this marriage compatibility test, it shows that you are very capable of being compatible for marriage and a long term committed relationship with another. If you did not get straight A’s, it does not mean your relationship is doomed to fail – it simply means you will want to work on the items you did not score A’s on with your partner. You and your partner do not need to agree on everything, but it helps if you have found ways to work out the things you disagree about.

Mostly B’s: While scoring all B’s on the marriage compatibility quiz does not mean you and your partner’s relationship is doomed, it may mean there are many issues you and your partner should work on together before making the commitment of marriage, or if you are already married could be a sign that there are some areas in your relationship that need attention. You can improve your compatibility by improving communication and how well you know each other.

Mostly C’s: If you scored mostly C’s on this marriage compatibility test, then you will want to spend some time talking with your partner and getting to know each other better. Scoring mostly C’s shows that you are not ready to tell if you and your partner are compatible for marriage yet – but by discussing many of these issues you will be able to find out if you have similar ideas.

Still not sure about if you and your partner have what it takes to be married yet? Head on over to AC and read this article on Pre Marriage Questions to Ask.

What do you think of this marriage compatibility test? Think there should be any other questions added to it? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Disclaimer: This marriage compatibility test is only for entertainment purposes only. It should not be used in lieu of professional advice. It is not a scientifically proven test.


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