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    Senior Member iamathousandapples's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Z Buck McFate View Post
    5, sp/so/sx

    I'm not sure, but since my second highest was 4, I think that means I'm 5w4?
    no. 4 was my second highest too, but that really doesn't mean anything, you have to take a separate test to determine your wing.

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    Your wing is the number directly above or below your enneagram number, and if your second highest was four, it's a pretty safe bet you're a 5w4. Because, for instance, there's no such thing as a 3w7.

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    Most of the online tests said I'm type 7, with 9,4, and 3 also coming in first on a few. But 7 was always one of the top 3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Most of the online tests said I'm type 7, with 9,4, and 3 also coming in first on a few. But 7 was always one of the top 3.
    I can see that you might be seven. It's hard to see what wing you'd have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
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    Yay~ someone else with a 1 and 9.

    Though it's reversed. I guess it makes sense, I'm a T.
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    I'm the only one 6, apparently.
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    Wtf is this shit? I still don't get it or know if it's useful or not.
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    4w5, heavy 9, sx/sp/so, I think.

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    Looks like 1w4...so/sp/sx. but unless we have all taken the same test....how could this be a good comparision? The tests are not standardized are they?
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