Farnsworth-Munsell 100 hue test

Farnsworth-Munsell 100-hue test help to detect red-green and those representing blue-yellow color losses.

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About your score: A lower score is better, with ZERO being a perfect score. The circle graph displays the regions of the color spectrum where your hue discrimination is low.

Farnsworth-Munsell 100 hue test (also called arrangement test) is one of the most famous color vision test. The famous test in this group is the Farnsworth D15 arrangement test.

There are 1 in 255 women and 1 in 12 men who are suffering from color vision deficiency. If your work is related to color, you're just curious about your color IQ and need to take our online test to determine your color vision deficiency.

Online Farnsworth Munsell 100 Hue test is a fun, quick way to understand your color vision deficiency without any prior knowledge.

How to take the test?

  • Find the test place at the top of the page.
  • The first and last color chips are fixed.
  • Arrange each row by Drag and drop the colors by hue color.
  • Arrange all four color rows by hue order.
  • Finally, Click 'Score My Test' to review the results.

What do the Scores mean?

Superior (Good) Score

Suppose the score is between 0 to 4 transpositions on the first test or total error scores between zero to 16. This is a superior range of scores for color discrimination.

Average (Normal) Score

Suppose the score is between 16 and 100 on the first tests, then it is the normal range of competence for color discrimination.

Low (Weak) Score

Suppose the total error score is more than 100, then the first retest may show improvement, but further retests do not significantly affect the score.