Hi, Scarlett !
As czh points out, the test is a licensed product and you would be in
breach of copyright were you to make copies of it.
However, I believe you are trying to correlate some personal results
you have received with the original test, for archival purposes.
A free version of the test which seems to be slightly shortened can be
found online at:
Web pages - complete with menu bars and graphics - can be printed out
by going to the File menu on your browser and then hitting Print, or
by hitting the Control Key + P.
This should give you a printout good enough for your purposes, which
is still clearly identified with the license holder, who is providing
the test as a free service.
A full online test for which you pay US $15.00 for each use (reducing
for multiple uses) can be found at Crescendo Learning at:
If this is the test you took, you may need to pay again to get access to it.
True Colors own site is currently pre-occupied with the Holiday
season, but the test is availabe free in the bottom right hand box at
the borrome of the screen - scroll down.. enter your age in the box to
start the test, and have your reading glasses handy if you need them -
the text is very tiny. Go to:
A good article on the test by Bill and Lynn Kirby can be found at:
and another by Alice Hendrikson describing some practical applications
in the workforce is at:
"True Colors" personality test