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    Oh, what do you know, it's the exact ordering that's in my signature. Further verification, I guess..

    Te - 21
    Ni - 19
    Ne - 14
    Fi - 13
    Ti - 10
    Fe - 5
    Se - 3
    Si - 1

    Your self-assessment curve = -2

    The self-assessment curve seems to be pretty meaningless, though. The simpler statements could've just coincidentally resonated with me better than the more complicated ones.


    It did tell me just how much I dislike the Si process.. I read most of the statements under it and cringed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    The self-assessment curve seems to be pretty meaningless, though. The simpler statements could've just coincidentally resonated with me better than the more complicated ones.
    That's exactly what it is about, we learn the basic use of functions earlier and therefore master tend to master them more than the more complex\specialized ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    That's exactly what it is about, we learn the basic use of functions earlier and therefore master tend to master them more than the more complex\specialized ones.
    .... oh.

    Somehow I didn't piece together that complex statements also meant complex usage of the function

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    Fi -> Ne -> Ti = Fe = Ni -> Te = Si > Se

    Confusing.
    "Can you set me free from this dark inner world? Save me now, last beats in the soul.."

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    Question for those who relate to Ni in this assessment:
    Do you really think you're magical?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtaclof View Post
    Question for those who relate to Ni in this assessment:
    Do you really think you're magical?
    Yes. It's all I have, damn it.

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    Yes, and we're all dumb enough to tell you that after you've revealed your contempt for it.

    *smite*

    (jokeyjoke almost all the way around)

    This test makes me out to be an INFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    Yes, and we're all dumb enough to tell you that after you've revealed your contempt for it.

    *smite*

    (jokeyjoke almost all the way around)

    This test makes me out to be an INFP.
    I'm not trying to give you guys crap, it's just totally foreign to me and I don't understand it at all. Feel free to explain, if I'm missing something.

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    It strikes me as a bit odd that people don't think they are magical. Explanations are not my strong suit.

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