Chemistry com dating
A part of the family, is an unusual and highly entertaining dating site for those interested in compatibility matchmaking websites. From our Personality Profile to our chemistry-inspired matching system, we exist to get you the kind of relationship you want.
And unlike e Harmony, which only allows heterosexual matches, welcomes everyone from all sexual orientations provided they live in the U. That's what we mean when we say 'come as you are.'"People situated in the U. can join for free and take the Personality Profile, a reasonably short (10-15 minute) yet unique multiple-choice test that tells users their personality type, and therefore which other personality types they are best suited for romantically.
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You will receive matches based on your profile and personality test results.Play with it a bit, and further clarify your deal breakers. Note that all memberships automatically renew for the same time frame that they were originally purchased in - unless you make contact with first.I love Chemistry.com, however, I hate that I can't actually use the site unless I'm actually in the US. Up to five free matches are sent to trial users, although they can't contact each other until either someone purchases a monthly membership (scroll down for costs) or both members wait for a free communication weekend.
A full, paid membership also includes email access through a ' Guided Communication Process'.Matches that meet up are encouraged to provide feedback on how well the matching system worked to further tune the Personality Profile process. Review the ones sent you, and if you're not happy with the selection, let the company know with a few clicks why.