How to Calculate a Love Compatibility Percentage

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How to Calculate a Love Compatibility Percentage
Hearts represent love. (Goodshoot RF/Goodshoot/Getty Images)

To many people, love is one of the most important things in life. Some people spend their whole lives searching for their partner and soul mate. Poets and authors have described the feeling of finding "the one" as an emotion of strong attachment and affection. Love is often the subject of songs, TV shows, books, plays, movies, letters and musicals. Some magazines' sole purpose is to help readers find love. Even astrology is used to help determine which astrological signs are most compatible.

Skill level:
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Instructions

  1. 1

    Visit http://www.mylovecal.com/. Enter the names of the two people on the squares. Enter the birthdates. If you do not know the birthdate, click "I don't know his/her date of birth" to enter the astrological sign. Click "Calculate" in the middle. Click on "Save as Image," "Send to Email," or "Get the Link" for future reference.

  2. 2

    Visit http://www.lovecalculator.com/. Type in the full names of both people. Click "Calculate." Read the love percentage in the middle and the following passage.

  3. 3

    Visit http://www.cupidlovecalculator.com/. Type the name in the left box; type the other name in the right box. Click the red heart in the middle that says "Calculate." Read the percentage of compatibility above the heart and the description beneath.

  4. 4

    Visit http://www.love-calculator.org/. Type in the full names of both people. Click "date of birth" or "zodiac sign" instead, if applicable. Click "calculate name compatibility" to receive the percentage of love and a short description.

  5. 5

    Visit http://www.calculator.com/calcs/lovecalculator.php. Enter the names of the two people. Choose an option of "Tell the truth" or "Cheat a little" on the results. Click "Calculate" to receive a percentage.

Tips and warnings

  • Love calculator websites usually are not based on scientific fact.

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