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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Sorry it took me a while to respond.

    First off, could you put a link to this test so that we can take it to verify it's accuracy? I've gotten some really silly enneagram results on tests.

    But personally when I take the similarminds tests, I get type 9 sx with the instinct + type test, and with just the instincts I get sx/sp with an almost non existent soc instinct.
    This is the one with the variants alone, for which I get a SP>>SO>SX result: Enneagram Variant Test


    And this is the combined one, for which I get Type 5w4 sx (with Type 1 sx second): Enneagram Test with Instinctual Variant results
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    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
    This is the one with the variants alone, for which I get a SP>>SO>SX result: Enneagram Variant Test


    And this is the combined one, for which I get Type 5w4 sx: Enneagram Test with Instinctual Variant results
    I'll see what I get on this after I get home from work. But if I remember correctly, that combined one gave me a totally wacky result when I took it, something like 2w3 so/sx.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
    This is the one with the variants alone, for which I get a SP>>SO>SX result: Enneagram Variant Test


    And this is the combined one, for which I get Type 5w4 sx (with Type 1 sx second): Enneagram Test with Instinctual Variant results
    Weird. I get SX>SP>SO for the first.
    And 4w5 sp for the second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post

    And this is the combined one, for which I get Type 5w4 sx (with Type 1 sx second): Enneagram Test with Instinctual Variant results
    Huh, got type 5, balanced wings, SP for that one.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan Le Fay View Post
    And 4w5 sp for the second.
    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Huh, got type 5, balanced wings, SP for that one.
    So the sx folks get sp on that test, while I get sx. It appears to have been drafted on opposite day.

    I'd like to take the test you two took to get your results and see if it gives me SP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
    This is the one with the variants alone, for which I get a SP>>SO>SX result: Enneagram Variant Test


    And this is the combined one, for which I get Type 5w4 sx (with Type 1 sx second): Enneagram Test with Instinctual Variant results
    Eh...not too bad. Got sp/so/sx with the first one, which is right on.

    Got 1w9 with the second, although 5 was a close 2nd, followed by 4. 1,5, and 4 have always been in the top 3 for me, so... at least I'm consistent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
    This is the one with the variants alone, for which I get a SP>>SO>SX result: Enneagram Variant Test
    My score for this one-

    Sexual- 86%
    Self Preservation- 78%
    Social- 16% <- lol

    And this is the combined one, for which I get Type 5w4 sx (with Type 1 sx second): Enneagram Test with Instinctual Variant results
    This was my score for that one- but it gave me 9w1. Top to bottom = most likely to least likely

    Type 9 SX

    Type 5 SP

    Type 6 SP

    Type 4 SP

    Type 7 SP

    Type 1 SX

    Type 2 SO

    Type 3 SO

    Type 8 SX
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    I really think I'm type 9 SO/SX. Here is what that test gave me:

    Type 3 SO
    Type 2 SO
    Type 7 SO
    Type 9 SP
    Type 8 SO
    Type 6 SX
    Type 1 SX
    Type 4 SX
    Type 5 SO

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    My score for this one-

    Sexual- 86%
    Self Preservation- 78%
    Social- 16% <- lol



    This was my score for that one- but it gave me 9w1. Top to bottom = most likely to least likely

    Type 9 SX

    Type 5 SP

    Type 6 SP

    Type 4 SP

    Type 7 SP

    Type 1 SX

    Type 2 SO

    Type 3 SO

    Type 8 SX
    I've gotten SX as my variants also. 9w1 SX/SO

    Sexual-66%
    Social-62%
    Self Preservation-50%



    Similar to your scores here (at least when it comes to type.)

    Type 9 SX
    Type 6 SO
    Type 4 SP
    Type 5 SO
    Type 7 SO
    Type 2 SO
    Type 1 SX
    Type 3 SP
    Type 8 SO

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    9: Most 9's tend to mistype themselves or question themselves in the enneagram/MBTI; since by definition 9's don't know themselves that well, or have a hard time doing that. We just know other people, and are detached from ourselves to be attached to the world. The stereotypical I_FPs are 4's, and I_FP 9's can seem to be I_TP from the untrained eye.
    I find this particularly funny. When I first took the test, I was wondering if I was an an INFP or an INTP until I read further into detail of both descriptions. It wasn't until later I also found out that ISFP sounded...very much like me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
    So the sx folks get sp on that test, while I get sx. It appears to have been drafted on opposite day.

    I'd like to take the test you two took to get your results and see if it gives me SP.
    I did the Riso-Hudson (paid) one.
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