The questions even go as far to ask whether you want to have kids, which is an important thing to agree on if you're looking for a long-term commitment.
You have to pay for a subscription to access most of the features on eharmony, and even though we couldn't read them with a free account, we got nine emails in 24 hours, which was a pretty decent response rate.
With free dating apps becoming more popular thanks to Tinder, people are gravitating toward predominately free online dating services.
The profile setup survey asks a wide range of questions and took our reviewers about 25 minutes to complete, the longest of any dating service we tested.
You're also quizzed about your potential mate as well, asking you to decide how important it is that your potential matches have certain personality traits like morality, reliability and risk-taking.
You answer questions about not only about your appearance, but also about your religious beliefs and career.
You then fill out a comprehensive survey regarding what you want in a partner.
To eliminate the likelihood of being bombarded with too many messages, you can only see messages from users you’ve “liked,” which we thought was a clever feature.
The free mobile app is also well designed and easy to use.
With a free membership you know how many matches you have, but you can’t see their photos – just their profile information.
Elite Singles is worth trying though if you're over 30 as 90% of its users fall into this category, while 80% of it's users have a university degree - ideal if you're looking for a well-educated partner.
You also have the option to link your other social media accounts so people can see what else you get up to.
The whole setup process took our reviewers about three minutes and was far less comprehensive than sites like e Harmony and Plenty of Fish.
The most important features, messaging and viewing other profiles, are free and the site is LGBTQ-inclusive.