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Chemistry’s four-part questionnaire kicks off with a “My Personality” section, which mixes traditional multiple choice questions with questions that use images (like choosing which drawing looks most like your doodling style, or which hand looks most like your right hand).
Three more sections follow:“About Me,” “About My Match,” and “In My Own Words.” The first covers standard information about appearance and lifestyle, including eye color, height, body type, religion, profession, and education.
When you see something that catches your eye, you can send a wink for free to let someone know you’re interested.
Your matches, chosen by the site, are front and center.
Another option would be Chemistry's sister site Match.
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Chemistry describes the four types like this: As a member you receive a detailed breakdown of your personality type, how you relate to others, and what type is most compatible with you.
Matches on your homepage are labeled based on their personality types, and a more detailed explanation of how your primary and secondary personality types match-up is available when you click on a profile.They can be sorted by date, photos, activity, age, and personality type, and can be responded to by hitting one of three buttons – “I’m interested, “Decide later,” or “Not really.” New matches will be received once action has been taken on current matches.