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Marriage Compatibility Test

Marriage Compatibility Test

Knowing your partner well before you marry does not necessarily ensure a happy married life. We, at LoveBondings, urge you to take our short marriage compatibility test before you decide to get married or start living together.
Mukta Gaikwad
Last Updated: Jan 17, 2018
"A perfect marriage is just two imperfect people who refuse to give up on each other."
Anonymous
You have been seeing this guy or girl for the last year, and you feel that he/she is your one true soulmate. Does this situation sound familiar? Well, many of the best relationships start as being friends first, and gradually progress to the next level. But post-marriage, both partners complain of not being compatible―in spite of knowing each other for some time. But this doesn't happen in all relationships, neither does this mean that if you met your partner and tie the knot within a month that you will not be married forever and be happy! 
A lot of marriages fail under the garb of 'he was never like this' or 'she's changed to somebody different'. None of us change overnight. The undercurrents of the behavioral changes are always flowing strong. You just need to see beyond the physical appearance, to see the better half of your better half.
Since you too find yourself in a similar position and are contemplating walking down the aisle, take this marriage compatibility test to get a glimpse on some real-life issues that you two may have to address. Try to answer the questions honestly and check out our analysis. If after completing the questionnaire you decide that you are ready for marriage, please do let us know through the comments section.

#1. When it comes to finances, how does your attitude differ from your partner's?

  • A. I try to plan my finances and stick to a budget, but my spouse thinks it's fruitless.
  • B. I think more about today's needs, while my spouse is more concerned about the need to save for the future.
  • C. We are honest and transparent about all our assets and liabilities and make our financial decisions together.
  • D. We take care of our expenses separately.

#2. Do you disagree on having kids or starting a family?

  • A. We haven't discussed it.
  • B. None whatsoever.
  • C. One of us would prefer a bigger family, but we definitely want kids.
  • D. Whether to start a family is a point of contention.

#3. How do you like to spend your leisure time?

  • A. We have the same hobbies and interests.
  • B. We pursue our individual hobbies and interests separately.
  • C. We have a good balance of individual interests and shared hobbies.
  • D. We argue about what to do, and end up doing just nothing.

#4. What are your views on sharing the workload around the house?

  • A. Nah, it's just not my cup of tea.
  • B. I am willing to help as long as my partner takes the lion's share.
  • C. There should be a fair division of household chores.
  • D. Neither of us really seem to bother.

#5. Do you share the same religious views, is religion a sore spot for both of you?

  • A. We share our religious beliefs.
  • B. There have been a few clashes on the matter.
  • C. We have differing beliefs, but we make it work.
  • D. The less said about this, the better.

#6. When there is a big political dispute going on in your country, do you share the same political views?

  • A. We have diverse views and share no common ground.
  • B. We pretty much share the same views and agree on most issues.
  • C. We do not share all views and respect our disagreements.
  • D. We argue vociferously and try to convince each other of our view points.

#7. You decide to go on a romantic candle-lit dinner, how long does it take for you two to pick a place?

  • A. We take turns picking a place.
  • B. We don't like the same food so we order from different places.
  • C. We like the same places so we don't have any problem.
  • D. It takes a long time to agree on a single place.

#8. What sort of lifestyle are you aiming for? Do you share a common vision for the future?

  • A. We have planned out our future life to the smallest detail.
  • B. I don't think either of us has a vision for the future.
  • C. Not currently, but I'm sure my spouse will come around to my way of thinking.
  • D. Broadly, yes, but there's plenty of time to work out the details.


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In the end, a compatibility test may give you a score, but it's just a number. A marriage is based on honesty and integrity, garnished with a dash of spice. It just doesn't end at a gala wedding, but goes a little further than that. After all, no marriage is perfect and every marriage has ups and downs.