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Chemistry.com is a sister site to the giant dating site, Match.com, and for the most part, it represents Match.com’s answer to eHarmony. As you may know, eHarmony’s claim to fame is its proprietary matching system based on 29 dimensions of compatibility. Chemistry.com offers a similar matching system, aimed squarely at the group of online daters who want to take advantage of scientific matchmaking tools in their quest to find love on the Internet.

Much like eHarmony, you must first take a personality test before receiving your matches. Chemistry.com’s test is based on the research of Dr. Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist with a background in researching the basis for love and enduring relationships. The personality test can actually be quite fun, and includes such things as pictures and interactive puzzles you must solve.

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The Peculiarities of the Chemistry.com Personality Test

Chemistry.com’s personality test is a bit unusual compared to tests offered by other sites like eHarmony. While the test does address typical questions such as those related to smoking and drinking preferences, you will also run into quite a few less common questions such as the ones below. In fact, Chemistry.com readily acknowledges at the beginning of the test that some questions may seem strange, but assures test takers that the questions are formulated on the basis of extensive research.

Here is a sample of some of the questions you will have to answer:

example 1 of Chemistry.com Personality test question

example 2 of Chemistry.com Personality test question

Which Site Has the Better Test — Chemistry.com or eHarmony?

This is indeed the $64,000 question, and we suspect the answer will depend a lot on the person taking the test. For some people, Chemistry.com may yield better results, while others may have better luck with eHarmony.

Either way, it’s not hard to find out for yourself, because both eHarmony and Chemistry.com offer their personality tests for free. Although it may be a hassle, if you are serious about online dating, we encourage you to take both tests. Afterwards, read the personality profiles that are generated from your test results. The one that does a better job of assessing your personality is the site you should try out first.

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