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    4.1! Very extroverted, which is not surprising.

    More assertive (4.3) than enthusiastic (3.9) -- also not surprising.

    Took the covert narcissism test for fun and got 58 (5-10 points below average).
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    I/E: 1.30

    Covert Narcissism: 67(Average)

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    I/E: 4.05 (Extrovert)
    Covert Narcissism: 55 (10 points bellow average)

    To be honest I am surprised by both scores... And on other news, I really like the concept of ambivert (Despite the questionnaire's disagreement).

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    I/E: 2.35
    That sounds just right.

    Covert Narcissism: 74
    Also sounds accurate; not going to justify it.
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    A 2.7 and a 60 on the covert narcissists test (did because others also did this test). Would also add that any test based on being honest with ourselves is always suspect.

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    2.45 annnd 79

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    1.55 - pretty darn introverted. 29 on MCNS - not narcissistic

    The article just pulls out a different definition of introversion. Those familiar with typology have known for a long while that the Big Five version of introversion and extroversion is slightly different from the Jungian/MBTI version. And both of these are in turn different from the common definition as it relates to how socially oriented/active you are.

    What matters isn't which definition is "correct" as implied by the article. What matters is whether those with whom you are communicating share the same definition.
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    3.25 ambiverted with an introvert lean. Interesting read.

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    3.4 ambivert...I already knew that....66 in covert narcissist, average ...I told you people im not a narcissist...people with HPD seek attention and have dramatic relationships too.

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    3.5 Ambivert
    54 in covert narcissism

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