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Jung/Briggs-Meyers Test
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Yup. I was actually creating one of my many stories. Yeah I was sorta like SoulRiser. Except my stories weren't copyrighted by some other random dick. Except for one *cough*emblem*cough*based on*cough*Fire*cough*Emblem*cough*cough*cough*.

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I have done this a few times before and I get ENFP. I am happy with this and think its accurate.
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I'm borderline INFP/INTJ.

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Ahab Wrote:Your personality type is INFP.

Odd. I figured you for more of a thinker/logic type person.

So I guess I'm a INFP/INFJ hybrid.

Quote:If you add up all of the IN types, you get 11.2% of the entire population. While our sample is pretty small on this site, we currently have a poll result in which 73% are IN types.

I also added up the results of the previous thread we had about it... here it is:
Quote:INTP: 10
INFP: 9
INTJ: 3
ENFP: 2
ENTP: 2
ESTP: 1
ESTJ: 1
ENTJ: 1
ISTJ: 1
ISTP: 1

Quote:Does that mean Introverted iNtuitive are more apt to start thinking about stuff like school or just have opinions different to the general population?

I'd say it's both. I know a couple of other IN** people who didn't necessary hate school anywhere near as much as a lot of people here (at least not as far as I know), but they're... well, they think quite differently to most other people I know Smile

Quote:I'm borderline INFP/INTJ.

So you're all 4 IN** types all at the same time? Laugh

Which leads me to the next point... I read these descriptions of the personalities, and bits and pieces of all of them apply to me, but the IN** ones do the most. It also depends on the description, some of them focus more on certain aspects than others do, so while a INT* something person might get a description that talks a lot about how their logic works, it doesn't say much about their feelings, which they do (most likely) also have. So everyone's actually a hybrid.

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Looking at the previous thread's totals, and the current poll, it seems the general trend here is towards IN*P personalities.

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Even if it doesn't tell us something about people in particular (just in general), this is a pretty cool finding. IN*P types don't necessarily do well in formal educational environments. Okay, politicians... FIX IT! kthxbai

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I think it depends though. I can be a nut about planning things before hand and stressing out about things to every detail...in my business/work life. Or I am a quiet INFP in my personal dealings and just sort of take it easy.

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Your Type is
ISFJ
Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging
Strength of the preferences %
67 50 25 44
Qualitative analysis of your type formula
You are:
* distinctively expressed introvert
* moderately expressed sensing personality
* moderately expressed feeling personality
* moderately expressed judging personality

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Feeling and thinking are pretty close for me, though. I call it apathy.

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Mood: Apathetic

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The quieter you become, the more you can hear. - Baba Ram Dass
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That works. Laugh

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I sometimes have struggles with feeling and thought.

Feeling: "Yes. This feels so good."
Thought: "Dude, should we really be masturbating?"
Feeling: "Why not?"
Thought: "We are due in church in an hour."
Feeling: "Good point."

I'd say Feeling usually wins on the most part, but Thought can win if it has a bit of a more valid argument. I'd say I'm pretty split down the middle, with a leaning toward Feeling.
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You are:
moderately expressed introvert

slightly expressed intuitive personality

moderately expressed thinking personality

slightly expressed judging personality

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Stratovarius Wrote:I think it depends though. I can be a nut about planning things before hand and stressing out about things to every detail...in my business/work life. Or I am a quiet INFP in my personal dealings and just sort of take it easy.
Yeah I'm kinda like that too. I often get INTP on MBTI tests, but I think I'm more of a mix of INTJ and INFP. When I have more energy or I'm doing an exciting project I'm more INTJ... but absent that I'm more INFP. But I always get really high I and N scores.

The correlation between temperament and school dislike is a really interesting and important topic because it could provide a basis for explaining to politicians, teachers, parents, schools, etc. that a subset of students have a genuine difference and reason that causes typical school to be horrible mismatch for them. Some of the IN** pattern on SS could be due to what types tend to participate in internet forums, but I'm sure there's a substantial actual correlation with disliking school.

A couple years ago I did looked pretty hard for academic research on temperament, student attitudes toward school, etc., and I've looked into it a bit since, but so little has been done...
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Quote:Your Type is
INFP
Introverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving
Strength of the preferences %
95 38 50 33

Qualitative analysis of your type formula

You are:
* very expressed introvert
* moderately expressed intuitive personality
* moderately expressed feeling personality
* moderately expressed perceiving personality
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Well, the first time I took the test I got INTJ. But then I accidentally x'd out of the results because I'm lame, so I retook the test and while I don't recall answering any questions differently, I got INFP this time...

So I'm both? I think the second would be more accurate, so here
Quote:Your Type is
INFP

Introverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving
Strength of the preferences %
22 38 12 11


It seems about right, I think.

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Well, the TJ is the opposite of the FP part, and since both of yours are pretty low, it makes sense they'd be able to flip around every now and then.

Maybe I should have made the poll so you can pick 2 options. Razz

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I've gotten ISFJ and INFJ. Though ISFJ describes me perfectly, it leaves out a lot of things from INFJ and even INTP. I am extremely introverted, but only slightly sensing/intuitive, as for the others, they're moderately expressive.
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does everyone really believe all of these though?

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I think they hold more bearing then an online personality quiz, but nothing taken over the internet can be that accurate.

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INTJ
Introverted 78
Intuitive 38
Thinking 38
Judging 11


You are:

* very expressed introvert
* moderately expressed intuitive personality
* moderately expressed thinking personality
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I think this should be made a sticky. It's interesting and it'll be cool to see how SS has changed over time.

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Your Type is
INTP
Introverted Intuitive Thinking Perceiving
Strength of the preferences %
78 50 50 22


You are:
very expressed introvert
moderately expressed intuitive personality
moderately expressed thinking personality
slightly expressed perceiving personality

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Quote: YOU'RE TYPE IS INTJ
Introverted Intuitive Thinking Judging
Strength of the preferences %
78 62 1 33
You are:
very expressed introvert
distinctively expressed intuitive personality
slightly expressed thinking personality
moderately expressed judging personality

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Quote:Your Type is
ISTP
Introverted Sensing Thinking Perceiving
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89 12 100 44
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INFJ for me.

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It is.
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