Love Compatibility Quiz

Even though you get along with someone, are you really a compatible love match? This fun quiz will show you if you would get along well with your romantic interest.

Tags: Love, Dating, Dating

Here are all the results with descriptions

not compatible at all
You are not compatible with your love interest. What does that mean? If you aren't already dating or married to the person, you should probably take this opportunity to run for your life. However, if you've made vows, you might have to work on becoming more compatible with the person. It is possible but it takes hard work and tolerance.

compatible as friends, but not as lovers
You are compatible with your love interest, but you won't do well with them in the context of a relationship. It would be better for you to stay friends than to try to force a relationship that might destroy what you have.

slightly compatible
You are slightly compatible with your love interest, but is that enough for you? Do you want to be slightly happy? Can you put up with being frustrated often? If so, proceed. But if you want more, then you are going to have to look for someone else.

half compatible, half not
You have a lot of things in common with your love interest, but the some of most important values are missing. Every long-time married couple will tell you that communication, patience, forgiveness, commitment and other qualities like these are essential to marital success.

mostly compatible
Nobody is perfect, but it looks like you have set your eyes on someone with a lot of potential. You get along well with this person and you both have most of the essential qualities to make a good mate. With a lot of hard work, you can make a lasting relationship.

perfectly compatible
You are perfectly compatible, but that doesn't mean your relationship will be perfect. Love takes hard work to cultivate and maintain through the highs and lows of life. Compatibility is a good foundation, but it's up to you to nourish it with forgiveness, patience, kindness, and commitment.