If you had to choose anyone from history to psychoanalyze you, Aristotle would be a wise option. Of course, that will never happen, but now you can at least set a virtual Greek philosopher to work on your mind by installing the Aristotle Virtuousness Test.
This entertaining app promises to determine how virtuous you are, based on the teachings of Aristotle. The test should be performed by someone who is very close to you, such as a good friend or a family member. There are 11 different steps in the Aristotle Virtuousness Test, each measuring a different aspect of your personality pertaining to virtuousness.
The virtues covered in the Aristotle Virtuousness Test include courage, temperance, honor, friendliness, wit, and justice. You can view a detailed description of each virtue as you go, as they were perceived by Plato's student himself. At the end of the test, you will be given a score out of 100, along with an analysis of what can be done to correct your flaws, according to Aristotle.
One of the annoying things about the Aristotle Virtuousness Test is a lot of the language that is used is very flowery, so you may struggle to understand what some of the terminology relating to the virtues means.
It's by no means a factual analysis of your personality, but the Aristotle Virtuousness Test provides an amusing diversion.