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    My prof right now is probably ENFJ (he teaches Human Happiness at UCB).

    The guy who runs the lab I'm working in is INTJ. I've had lots of INTJs and INTPs at Cal so far...a couple ENTPs too.

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    I'm not quite sure, but I'll give it a try.

    Dutch:
    - ESxP. Doesn't care about his work. Doesn't care about his students. Doesn't care about the fact that he teaches 18 year old while he's actually only supposed to teach children who are under 8 years old. Doesn't care about the school. Pretends to care about politics. All he cares about is his wonderfull striped suit and his marvelous reputation. And why not? He can afford it with so much charisma.
    - ISFJ. Very, very nervous. That's all I can say.
    - xNFx. Very emotional. Very interested in abstract ideas that no one else cares about. Ex-jobhopper. Doesn't see that no one is actually taking her seriously.

    English:
    - I think she was ESFJ, she had a lot of pets and when she saw couples walking hand in hand, she always screamed "AWWW THAT'S SO CUTE!!! ". Very friendly, but she used to be strict during the first year. The walls in her classroom are always decorated with a lot of drawings and poems that her students made.
    - Probably INTJ, he used to be a very good student when he was younger, but also very aggressive and I believe he had done some criminal stuff too. Nowadays he's one of the most ambitious teachers at our school. Never looks at you during a conversation, he's always staring at the ceiling.

    Math:
    - xSFP? Loved children. She was smaller than all of her students, she didn't speak our language that well and she was always smiling. She always called everyone "sweetie".
    - Untypable. Was always smiling and always happy and jolly and jumpy and annoying. Some people thought he overdosed his Prozac or something.
    - ESTJ. Was always talking about her own personal life and controlling my homework (but only MY homework because I was a baaaaaaad student).
    - ISTJ. Nice guy. Every friday afternoon, he let someone in our class bring some food or candy. That way the math classes stayed fun.
    - Simply neurotic.

    History:
    - Bitchy ESxJ. She wanted us to call her "our school mommy", her lessons were boring and she was a back stabber.
    - ISFJ. Very friendly. Didn't disturb me at all. Pretty much of a softy. Sometimes I didn;t do my homework just because he wouldn't punish me for not doing it. Our class's favorite teacher. Always used to wear something red.

    Art:
    - Old, grumpy ENFP. No one liked him, except for me. He had a cruel sense of humor that no one else could get.
    - ESFP. Always enthousiastic, but not in an annoying way.
    - A very dreamy ISFP. Never looks at you during a conversation. Doesn't get it if someone makes a joke. Pays a lot of attention to details.

    French:
    - ISxJ. A perfectionist, didn't seem to be able to laugh.
    - ISTJ. You want him to be your teacher when he's not your teacher. When he is your teacher, you want someone else. Perfectionist. Gives almost everyone nicknames. Grumpy.
    - ENxP. Loves talking about "LA GRANDE GUERRE!!! " (the Great War). He's always fascinated about the things he talks about and most students don't like that (I have the feeling that he doesn't like most students either). Sometimes he doesn't shut up, and sometimes he remains quiet for a whole hour.

    Economy-like classes:
    - Don't remember the first one.
    - ESFJ. He always looked grumpy, but in fact he was pretty friendly. Sometimes he told us something about his identical twin brother. Then he said: "My brother is a successfull banker. He earns more money than I do and he has better degrees. But I'm the one who married a hottie!"
    - IxTP. Has a really big head and his haircut makes that even more obvious. I avoid him because of his horrible breath.

    German:
    - ISFJ. Nice woman. Terrible breath.
    - ESFP. Has a stalker and always forgets to lock her car, so she has to let her students do it. Nice woman.
    - ISTJ. Dutifull worker. Very strict, very good teacher, very cold. The reason why I quit following German classes.
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    My current instructors:
    INTJ... nice but very intimidating.... definitely has strong opinions. I feel like an idiot around him, haha.
    ESTJ: he's my favorite. He will let you know when he thinks your answer is stupid, lol.
    ENfJ: He's very nice... always tries not to offend others while being opinionated. It's cool mix.
    ISFP: She's cool too.

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    Here are the guesses for the ones that made the most impression on me.

    History:
    ESTJ - rigorous in his lessons, but friendly approach in person

    Latin:
    ISTJ - high expectations, played favorites, sometimes cranky

    Computer Programming:
    ISFP - brought her dog to class, came 15 minutes late

    Math:
    ENFJ? - brought his passion to his work, got students interested, great teacher
    ENTJ - had low tolerance for students, made it clear he'd rather be researching

    Physics:
    ENTP - enthusiastic about his teaching, fast talker, went on tangents sometimes about recent findings etc.
    ISFP - very calm, relaxed, and approachable

    Chemistry:
    INTJ - intimidating but well-meaning, blunt
    ESFJ - always concerned about students, calm, quiet slow-talker, great teacher
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    I'll give it a shot. Obviously I can't do every year so I'll just pick certain people.

    Psychotic spanish teacher: ESFJ
    Science teacher: INTJ (I'm not even kidding!)
    Psychology teacher: INFP
    Math teacher: ENTP
    English teacher: ENFJ
    History: ISFJ
    Speech: INFP

    These were mostly high school teachers.
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    this semester

    World History: eSTJ. Major no BS guy. Great teacher, breathes and eats history. He will stop and stare at you if you come in late, haha. He rewards us with unbelievable test curves.
    Stress Management: ENFP. I've had her for abnormal psych. Very likable. Her tests are very easy. Kind of zany(?).
    Geology: eStP...? Younger guy, very excitable when teaching. Tests are sort of bogus though. He's kind of wishy washy on his exams but I like him (although, it's hard for me to not like someone).
    Geology lab: ISxJ. She's awesome, helps everyone out. Nice lass. Our rock samples suck.
    Creative Writing: xNfP. Unapologetically liberal. Scary eyebrows, but she's a nice teacher. Humorous. She likes to hear from us a lot.

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    Astronomy: INTP. He's like a caricature of Ti-Ne. It's pretty funny.
    Calculus: Annoying. I don't know. She's probably nice. SJ?
    Political Thought: He looks like a typically all-business ISTJ, but he has INFJ sad eyes, so I'm not sure.
    Writing: Creepy. I dunno. Probably NT.
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    Forensics: Annoying ESTJ

    US History: Pretty sweet INTJ. Very analytical, makes us think. Great teacher.

    AP Comp.: ENTJ. Funny, witty, profound, and stern. Amazing teacher that lets you think and learn as an individual and not as a student.

    Spanish: ESFJ. Annoying.

    Algebra 2/Advanced Trig: ESTJ. WORST TEACHER EVER. CONTINUOUSLY FAILS TO CONCEPTUALIZE. MY GRADES ARE PLUMMETING.
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    Highschool

    Latin - ENFP 6w7

    Biology - INFP or IxFJ 9w1 (best teacher I've ever had)

    Biology II - INTP 5w6

    Math - ESFJ 2w1

    Spanish I - ENFP 7w6

    Spanish II - ESFP 7w6

    American History - ISTJ 1w2

    Chemistry - INTJ 9w8

    Physics - INTJ 5w6

    English I - INTP 6w5

    English II - ESFP 7w6

    English III - INxP 6w7

    English IV - ENFJ 2w3

    Art History - ISFP 6w5

    World history - ESFJ 6w7


    College

    ENTJ 8w9
    INTJ 5w4
    INFP 4w5
    ESFJ 2w1

    ENTP 5w6
    ESFP 7w6
    INFP 5w4
    ESFJ 2w1
    ISFP 6w5

    ESTJ 6w5
    ESTJ 1w2
    ISFJ 6w5
    INTJ 6w7
    ISFJ 2w3

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