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    Senior Member Misty_Mountain_Rose's Avatar
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    Been busy for a day or two, but thanks for all the submissions. We've got well over a hundred now. Still lacking the S's, but there aren't many on the site to begin with I'll have more data to drop on here probably this weekend.

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    You should ask about how attitudes to religion have changed.

    Like i was brought up in a very religious familly. But i'm about as anti-religious as possible.
    "I'd never die for my beliefs, I might be wrong"

    "Is it not enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe there are fairys at the bottom of it too"

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    Fascinating results. Please post more when you get them - I'll toss out the quiz to a few friends.

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    Since INTJ seems to be better in school, do you think ESFPs would have the hardest time in school? It makes some sense that INTJ would do so well in school because if you think of the individual preferences, school is more geared towards that. People who can focus, understand theory and details, think logically and prefer planning and structure. My husband is INTJ and we both went to college at the same time together. He seemed to get through the same coursework twice as fast as me and always did much better. Needless to say it was very discouraging for me.
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    J - 32% P - 68%

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    Hello everyone. I have about 50 entries to get into the database before I post another update. I may re-submit the items from the beginning of the thread to see if the percentages have changed with more data. If anyone has any combinations they'd like me to delve into and pull out for all to read let me know.

    In the database its grouped by Type, Preference (NT, NF, SJ, SP) and also by individual letters (I, E, N, S, T, F, J, P) so if you want to know what the percentage of 'J's' that grew up in a big city are, let me know. Each of those items, (Type, Preference and Letter) can be quickly delved for each question on the questionaire.
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    There needs to be a single and not dating option. NO self respecting 10'th grader is going to actually date seriously.

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    Well thats one more S for your data.

    Oh i love taking tests.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    Rather interested in the results when you have enough responses.

    Same, we need lotsa people to do this! But as far as type reporting emotional abuse, it would be helpful to know at what age that occured. I could see abused children becoming more pensive, and their type may adjust to that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ99 View Post
    You should ask about how attitudes to religion have changed.

    Like i was brought up in a very religious familly. But i'm about as anti-religious as possible.
    I second this.

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    Done

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