How to Analyze Your Handwriting Online


Handwriting analysis has been used for years to identify a person during court proceedings and even in review of applications for employment or memberships. What is it about the swirls and slants of our handwriting that makes it tell tales of our egos and attitudes? It would take years to master the art of handwriting analysis, but for the casually curious, there is a much easier way to learn what the pros can tell from your penmanship.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer with internet access
  • A mouse
  • Handwriting samples
  • Go to the Handwriting Personality Quiz ( This website asks you to use your mouse to provide a sample, but you can really use an existing hard copy sample for this test to be more accurate. After answering a few questions, the website delivers a fun and free analysis that may astonish you.

  • Go to Graphology ( for another look at your handwriting. This website offers some advice on common handwriting variations and produces your analysis based upon your own observations. After completing the test, you'll need to give your email address for the results. The resulting email is thorough and accurate.

  • Know that the Handwriting Wizard website offers another comprehensive handwriting analysis that will be emailed to you. Take your time and input the most accurate data and you will be impressed with the results.

  • Check out Handwriting-L ( for a more academic look at the field. The website provides information about the skill of graphology and how to analyze your friends and family.

Tips & Warnings

  • To get the most accurate look at what your handwriting says about you, have a professional graphologist look over your writing samples.

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