What Does Your Handwriting Say About You? (Handwriting Analysis Quiz)

By Michelle Ajema

Handwriting of a man signing paper with a fountain pen

What Does Your Handwriting Say About You? (Handwriting Analysis Quiz)

By Michelle Ajema

Have you ever wondered what a graphology expert would have to say about your handwriting? Have you ever wondered what that even means? Graphology is the analysis of the characteristics of a person’s writing, in other words: handwriting analysis.

Such a study is said to reveal the emotional and psychological state of the person who wrote the script at the time it was written.

Similar to a personality quiz, a thorough look at your own writing will uncover what you are feeling at the given moment. These feelings bubble to the surface and are expressed through your writing style.

Grab your favorite pen, write the following phrase, then you can start the quiz.

"The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog."

If you’re eager to learn more about what your handwriting styles say about you, follow our simple steps outlined below in our handwriting analysis quiz.

And guess what these messy famous signatures say about their owners!


Daniel Whitehouse is the President and CEO of Dayspring Pens. He uses his expertise with premium writing utensils to create exceptional, intentional products and craft easy-to-understand articles that help both new and experienced users learn more about their writing tools. He lives in Virginia where he and his wife are raising their four children.

To learn more about him and his insights about custom engraved gift pens, follow Daniel on LinkedIn.


We have a bible study at our house every Thursday night and using this writing test is going along with the study prepared for tonight revealing that our writing styles reflect our inner workings of not only our minds but our lives. Thank you Daniel I’m thinking of buying everyone pens for Christmas this year so that writing will continue to find a place in our lives 💯❤️

Del Trusdell

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I appreciate the opportunity to improve my writing skills. I love to journal daily and my penmanship always requires improvement and clarity for all readers. Much thanks!

Napua Knight

The conclusion is ok. As with most of these displays of individual script they are understandably limited but interestingly void of depth perhaps for the better. Thank you for the read.




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