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    Done

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    Wow! Very interesting OP... I need to digest it a bit.

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    Updated the OP with some percentages today.

    Keep em comin!
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    Done. Nice test, gotta love the INTJ work ethic. Really interesting results so far.

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    My only concern is defining "when you were a child." I guess this is referring to period of time before anyone was 18, except for me, things from ages 1-8 and 9-14 and then 14-18 were all very different. So which age bracket should we really be focusing on?


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    Childhood would be under 18.

    There are two kinds of questions out there for 'childhood' experiences.

    1. General atmosphere
    2. Stress sources (Abuse, Divorce, Deaths, etc)

    For the General Atmosphere questions, such as 'How much responsibility did you have' or 'What kind of student were you', I'd go with whatever was the majority for you up to age 18.

    The Stress Sources questions, even if they only happened once when you were 17, these can still have a large impact. I would note these as 'yes' flags if they happened at all.

    Most often those who lived through some of the more negative experiences aren't confused about whether or not it happened... they know and identify with it as a part of their past.
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    thank you misty, i finished taking it.


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    Can you post the raw data?

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    N = 43% High Honor 24% Honor 14% Minimal to get by

    I voted average, yet it doesn't show anything here. Might wanna fix that.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    Not all responses were posted for that part I think there was a 'failing' student in there too with both N's and S's but I didn't list those because there were only 1 or 2 responses on it.

    There is a ton of data that can be sorted lots of ways. Each entry has to be entered in and then I run some queries and do some poking around to see if I can find anything that stands out in contrast to its counterparts.

    I'll try to keep 'dates' on the updates that I do so folks can see how the data may have changed as we get more responses. I'd never be able to keep up with changing past data and posting new on a forum like this.

    ... Now if we had access to a spreadsheet... hehehe

    If it gets cumbersome enough I may end up feeding the data to a live location where people can review it all for themselves.
    Embrace the possibilities.

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