I believe there are more "serious" personality tests which actually focus on someone's personality and nature instead of asking childish questions. But again, if you know yourself and have a stable personality, results of those tests are completely irrelevant. What new can they reveal to you? Can they dig deeper into you and bring something you didn't know about yourself to surface? The whole idea behind those quizzes is absurd to me. If I'm not sure of who I am, if I'm uncertain about some subjects, how can someone else possibly know that and help me out? Someone designed a test with limited number of results and I am supposed to fit in there and recognize myself? It's useless.
For the record though Devil, some of these do a good job when they aren't calling you chocolate chipped food. One Mex told me about:
Stability results were moderately low which suggests you are worrying, insecure, emotional, and anxious.
Orderliness results were medium which suggests you are moderately organized, hard working, and reliable while still remaining flexible, efficient, and fun.
Extraversion results were moderately low which suggests you are reclusive, quiet, unassertive, and secretive.
introverted, irritable, feels invisible, observer, depressed, does not enjoy leadership, reveals little about self, dislikes large parties, feels undesirable, does not like to stand out, submissive, suspicious, emotionally sensitive, not a thrill seeker, solitude loving, likes silence, fragile, second guesses self, negative, unadventurous, fearful, weird, focuses on people's hidden motives, paranoid, phobic, dependent, cautious, avoidant, semi intellectual
This didn't make up my mind either. I already know how i am as a person. Some of these were a little general, but some were also surprisingly accurate. Take a decent one and measure it up.