eHarmony Match Score
A 110+ is the best possible score, 100-109 is considered highly compatible, and 60 to 99 indicates a “base level” of compatibility.
- Communication style
- Everyday life
- How you act in a relationship
- Personality traits
Free users will get an abbreviated version of each match’s compatibility report, and as a premium user you get a detailed look at how the two of you compare.
Instead of having access to all your matches at once, on EliteSingles you’ll receive anywhere from 3 to 7 matches identified as compatible by the site’s algorithm each day.
You can also check out a limited number of daily “Wild Card” matches, which are typically singles who meet some but not all of your preferences.
In keeping with the dating platforms emphasis on success & education, you’ll be asked right away what your education level is, and how important it is to you that your partner be similarly educated.
The EliteSingles compatibility quiz takes a slightly different approach than eHarmony. For many attributes, you choose from a spectrum that ranges from “not important” to “extremely important.”
You can also start filling in some of the written sections of your Elite Singles profile, or just skip those parts until later.
Filtering Your Matches On EliteSingles
But depending on where you live, 5 miles might be a long trip traffic-wise to meet a match, much less driving 50 miles. One of the most common EliteSingles complaints is matches who are too far outside your dating radius.
You can also filter your matches by age, height, desire to have children, education, income, smoking & drinking habits, ethnicity, and religion.
EliteSingles Match Score
EliteSingles takes your test answers and computes a match score so you can see how compatible you are with each match. […]