Snowflake Test

2024 Statistical data UPDATED

Do you often feel that your emotions are changeable and uncontrollable? Are you always overthinking or paranoid? Do you break down when setbacks occur? The Snowflake Test will give you the answer! Literally understood, a “Snowflake Personality” refers to someone with a mind that is fragile and weak. A person can be a snowflake for a variety of reasons, and these negative qualities can manifest in different ways.

This test divides the daily performance of the “Snowflake Personality” into six qualities: how irritable, plucking, bossy, self-defeating, self-centered, and self-obsessed you are. While taking the test, you should read the questions and give the most authentic answer according to your actual situation. In doing this, you will receive a portrait of your character. So, do you have the courage to face your true self? Come and accept the challenge!

What is the “Snowflake Test”?

The Snowflake Test consists of 30 questions, which are mainly used to evaluate the psychological qualities and negative personality characteristics of the test taker. It will also introduce each dimension and the corresponding improvement methods for your reference.

Can I use the “Snowflake Test” to evaluate others?

Of course, you can answer each question based on the way you assume the person would. However, if you're not sure about the person's answer to a question, then it's a subjective guess. This reduces the accuracy of the result.

Detailed explanation of each dimension

Easily Irritated

“Easily Irritated” means you are easily annoyed, which is often sparked by trivial matters or aggravated by other people's words and behaviour. This can manifest as impulsive or irrational behavior which can go against their intentions.

If you feel that your temper is “on the spot” and you “can't hold back”, you might want to start strengthening your self-control. Whenever you feel like you're about to get angry and you can't stand it, try to take a deep breath, give yourself a ten-second pause, and use willpower and rational thinking to calm down. You can also participate in more sports on weekdays, pay attention to rest and relaxation, and try to think more positively.


“Miser” describes someone who loves to take advantage, and not just with money. A miser has a state of mind that displays excessive self-protection, and indifference to others.

If in your daily interactions with others, you have been troubled by your own excessive self-interest and calculation, you can try to start from sharing with and helping others. The joy and sense of accomplishment that comes with this kindness may allow you to get better evaluations, expand your connections, and make your life more colourful.


“Bossy” describes an arrogant, powerful person who enjoys commanding others. In real life, it is often manifested as stubbornness, conceit, and strict discipline. Arrogant people often make others feel uncomfortable and sometimes create strong interpersonal conflicts. This quality does not necessarily come from a place of looking down on others, but a state of psychological defense.

If in your daily life, you are troubled by the mentality of not being able to cooperate with others, feeling that you are not understood or fearing you are too strict with others, you can start being more accepting and less critical. Enhancing awareness begins with recognizing people's imperfections, and gaining more strength from self-progress and helping others progress. Making these changes can help you to become more peaceful and stable.


“Self-abased” refers to one who underestimates themselves too much. There are many reasons one can possess low self-esteem, including a lack of family warmth in childhood, a lack of self-awareness, and setting oneself expectations that are too great, or above one's abilities. Keeping your self-esteem from getting too high will encourage self-improvement, but severely low self-esteem can be a boulder, generating negativity and hindering personal development.

If you recognize that you do have a “self-defeating” mentality, you can use the following strategies to adjust. First of all, please accept your imperfect self by admitting your strengths and accepting your shortcomings. Secondly, continue to expand your level of cognition: study more, read more, and overcome any sense of intellectual inferiority. Finally, you can gradually build self-confidence through a self-reward system, to bring a sense of accomplishment and joy in completing something small, and gradually eliminating sensitivity to weakness and failure.


“Egocentrism” is a form of individualistic thinking with an excessive emphasis on one's own thinking. This mental state is manifested in strong self-esteem, excessive defensiveness, stubbornness, over-valuing one's own feelings and interests, and so on. It can lead to poor social relationships and even, potentially, self-isolation.

Improving “self-centeredness” requires making conscious changes. When you lack self-awareness, you can challenge yourself to become more comprehensive by listening more, engaging in self-evaluation, and participating in group activities. This way, you can analyse and understand yourself fully.


As the name suggests, “self-obsessed” refers to a self-appreciative state of mind that manifests as overconfidence in oneself, or seeking praise and self-worth from others.

If you want to change this mental state, you need to be objective about your own abilities and how your own life fits into the wider world around you. Valuing yourself is important, but while you can center yourself, you are not the center of everyone's world.

Interpretation of the score of “Snowflake Test”

These online test results are for reference only. If the score of each item does not exceed 60 points, that is normal, and you don't need to worry about it.

Snowflake Test Top 3 Traits by Country

Overall / Top TraitsTop 1Top 2Top 3
🇨🇦 CanadaSelf-obsessedMiserBossy
🇬🇧 United KingdomSelf-obsessedBossySelf-centered
🇺🇸 United StatesSelf-obsessedBossySelf-centered
🇦🇺 AustraliaBossySelf-centeredEasily Irritated
🇩🇪 GermanyBossySelf-centeredEasily Irritated
🇸🇪 SwedenMiserBossySelf-obsessed
🇳🇱 NetherlandsSelf-obsessedBossySelf-centered
🇷🇴 RomaniaSelf-obsessedEasily IrritatedBossy
🇿🇦 South AfricaSelf-abasedBossyMiser
🇫🇮 FinlandMiserSelf-obsessedSelf-abased
🇪🇸 SpainBossyMiserSelf-abased
🇵🇱 PolandSelf-centeredSelf-obsessedMiser
🇳🇴 NorwaySelf-abasedMiserSelf-obsessed
🇧🇪 BelgiumSelf-centeredSelf-obsessedEasily Irritated
🇫🇷 FranceSelf-obsessedMiserBossy
🇮🇹 ItalyBossyMiserEasily Irritated
🇧🇷 BrazilMiserSelf-centeredSelf-obsessed
🇮🇪 IrelandSelf-abasedBossyEasily Irritated
🇩🇰 DenmarkMiserEasily IrritatedBossy
🇸🇦 Saudi ArabiaSelf-abasedEasily IrritatedSelf-obsessed
🇨🇿 CzechiaSelf-obsessedMiserBossy
🇪🇬 EgyptBossyMiserSelf-abased
🇹🇷 TurkeySelf-abasedEasily IrritatedSelf-centered
🇸🇮 SloveniaBossyEasily IrritatedSelf-obsessed
🇳🇿 New ZealandSelf-abasedSelf-centeredSelf-obsessed
🇬🇷 GreeceBossyMiserEasily Irritated
🇦🇹 AustriaSelf-abasedSelf-obsessedEasily Irritated
🇮🇳 IndiaSelf-abasedBossySelf-obsessed
🇦🇷 ArgentinaSelf-abasedBossyMiser
🇵🇹 PortugalSelf-centeredSelf-obsessedSelf-abased
🇷🇸 SerbiaSelf-centeredBossySelf-obsessed
🇭🇷 CroatiaBossySelf-centeredSelf-obsessed
🇪🇪 EstoniaEasily IrritatedMiserSelf-abased
🇭🇺 HungaryBossySelf-obsessedEasily Irritated
  • Source: Anonymously from Google Analytics / Wikipedia
  • 6% sampled from 150K visitors (Jul 9, 2022 ~ Nov 20, 2022)
  • The stats may NOT be able to represent the demographics data because of the “Survivorship bias” theory.
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