EliteSingles matchmaking: how we help you find lasting love
Here we outline our matchmaking algorithm: the compatibility factors we use to create these lasting connections and the way in which you can use them to meet your next great match.
1. How we get to know you
The foundation of our matchmaking process is our insightful personality test, a set of carefully selected questions that draw on those put forward in Costa and McCrae’ famous ‘Five Factor Model.’ It’s a test that uses psychological methodology to determine your levels of openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism – or, put more simply, it’s a way for us to find out what it that makes you unique.
READ MORE: Ready to find out what the personality test might reveal about you? Find out how to take it for free here!
Once we’ve learned about you and what you want from a long-term relationship, we can start the matchmaking in earnest! We compare your results to thousands of others from your corner of Canada, creating a shortlist of potential matches with whom you have a lot in common. This makes the personality test a major part of our matchmaking process – but it’s not the only one.
2. How we take your preferences into account
While our personality test gives us a good foundation to start making partner suggestions, we understand that relationships with long-term potential require more than just compatible personalities – you also need to have compatible lives. This is why we always try and take lifestyle factors, future plans and dating deal-breakers into account when matchmaking: we want you to find love that fits into your busy life (and not the other way around!).
READ MORE: Compatible foundations are the key to lasting, healthy relationships. Find out why compatibility is so vital.
We also understand that your relationship priorities may change and grow across time. This is why we allow for flexibility in your preference settings. While the personality questionnaire may not be re-done, your personal preference criteria can be, in order to reflect any changes in your lifestyle. This includes, for instance, your preferred partner age, their location in Canada, and your desire for children.