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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    1 68%
    2 55%
    3 58%
    4 60%
    5 75%
    6 60%
    7 60%
    8 53%
    9 63%



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    1 - 55%
    2 - 18%
    3 - 50%
    4 - 55%
    5 - 75%
    6 - 65%
    7 - 28%
    8 - 80%
    9 - 43%

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    Your Enneagram Type(s): Type 5,Type 8

    Five's are observers: they have an overwhelming need to understand the environment and therefore are curious about everything. They tend to satisfy that curiosity by standing at the periphery rather than by getting centrally involved, or by investing heavily in their own units while sacrificing their relations with the larger organization. They frequently are knowledgeable in numerous areas and seem to enjoy learning purely for the sake of learning. This desire for knowledge may be generated by a need to protect themselves from an environment that they see as unpredictable or capricious. Five's use their knowledge as the raw material for building expertise, models, world views or organizations that serve as a home base for them. Not surprisingly, they are the most intellectually gifted of the types. In addition, they are highly independent-minded and are sensitive to outside forces that might deprive them of their independence.
    You can get a full decription of the 'type five' here.

    Eight's need to be powerful to make their own way in life. They are motivated to maintain territorial control over anything that can influence their lives and by the desire to stay on top in any power struggle Of all the Enneagram types, they are the most openly aggressive. They are dominant figures both at work and at home.
    They enjoy being strong and judge others according to whether those others are strong or weak. They also enjoy confronting others, and are even willing to take on the whole power structure if they feel a need for radical change. Eight's are courageous and will crusade for what they believe in. They bring abundant energy to meeting challenges at work or elsewhere.

    They are "natural leaders." Their overwhelming self-confidence is contagious and can generate in others the energy that is necessary to accomplish monumental tasks.

    You can get a full decription of the 'type eight' here.


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    Type: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
    38% 40% 45% 48% 58% 43% 45% 58% 43%

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    Five's are observers: they have an overwhelming need to understand the environment and therefore are curious about everything. They tend to satisfy that curiosity by standing at the periphery rather than by getting centrally involved, or by investing heavily in their own units while sacrificing their relations with the larger organization. They frequently are knowledgeable in numerous areas and seem to enjoy learning purely for the sake of learning. This desire for knowledge may be generated by a need to protect themselves from an environment that they see as unpredictable or capricious. Five's use their knowledge as the raw material for building expertise, models, world views or organizations that serve as a home base for them. Not surprisingly, they are the most intellectually gifted of the types. In addition, they are highly independent-minded and are sensitive to outside forces that might deprive them of their independence.

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    Types:
    1 - 40%
    2 - 28%
    3 - 35%
    4 - 60%
    5 - 88%
    6 - 45%
    7 - 40%
    8 - 63%
    9 - 83%

    Good test, it basically confirms what I've known for quite a while now as far as the relative percentages, but I'm still not sure whether I'm a 5 or a 9.
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    Thorough test, but if you have deep knowledge of the enneagram then you know what type they're asking about which can skew things. I got: 458972613

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    Well that test put an end to the dilemma whether or not I'm 7 or 9 with wing 8.

    7 it is according to this test, by a huge margin

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    5 50%
    6 45%
    7 98%
    8 70%
    9 78%
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    Your Enneagram Type(s): Type 8

    Type:

    1 55%
    2 68%
    3 70%
    4 75%
    5 50%
    6 73%
    7 88%
    8 90%
    9 48%

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    Oh ! Nice ! It seems less biased than most tests.

    Your Enneagram Type(s): Type 5
    Five's are observers: they have an overwhelming need to understand the environment and therefore are curious about everything. They tend to satisfy that curiosity by standing at the periphery rather than by getting centrally involved, or by investing heavily in their own units while sacrificing their relations with the larger organization. They frequently are knowledgeable in numerous areas and seem to enjoy learning purely for the sake of learning. This desire for knowledge may be generated by a need to protect themselves from an environment that they see as unpredictable or capricious. Five's use their knowledge as the raw material for building expertise, models, world views or organizations that serve as a home base for them. Not surprisingly, they are the most intellectually gifted of the types. In addition, they are highly independent-minded and are sensitive to outside forces that might deprive them of their independence.

    5 : 73%
    9 : 68%
    1 : 55%
    8 : 48%
    3 - 4 - 7 : 43%
    2 : 28%

    I forgot six !

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    1 : 38%
    2 : 45%
    3 : 33%
    4 : 70%
    5 : 73%
    6 : 35%
    7 : 28%
    8 : 58%
    9 : 75%

    I can surely relate to 9, 5 and 4 :X

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