This is sold as a serious online dating site for ‘discerning singles.’ A bit like e Harmony, PARSHIP uses a patented test, this time called The PARSHIP principle®, which analyses 32 personality traits and is based on an algorithm of 136 rules.
It sounds complicated, but that’s not for you to worry about. The experts say: One of the best online dating sites for those looking for long-term relationships with professional people, users complete a personality test to measure compatibility with potential dates using psychometric analysis.
Plenty of Fish works by asking users to take a special POF Relationship Chemistry Predictor test, which measures self-confidence, family-orientation, self-control, social dependency and easygoingness. The experts say: This is great if you want free access to a large database of single people.
You can start looking at potential dates for free, then when you like the look of someone and fancy striking up a conversation, you need to subscribe. The experts say: This site is owned by the dating giant MEETIC and gives you access to 20 million members across Europe and it also merged with in 2009.Aspiring members have to pass a 48-hour peer vote to be accepted as one of the ‘beautiful people’.They regularly host members’ events where allegedly you have to look as attractive as your profile photo otherwise entry to the venue is refused.This is the ideal site for those who want to bypass the usual filtering of profiles based on looks and focus on getting to know people they know they will be attracted to.Try now: Beautiful People from £7.50 per month (6 month membership) How does it work?Let’s face it, meeting up with a complete stranger for a first date can be awkward and hideously cringeworthy.