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  • I'm an NT: EvI is easiest, PvJ is hardest.

    6 14.29%
  • I'm an NT: TvF is easiest, PvJ is hardest.

    1 2.38%
  • I'm an NT: TvF is easiest, EvI is hardest.

    2 4.76%
  • I'm an NT: TvF is easiest, SvN is hardest.

    3 7.14%
  • I'm an NT: EvI is easiest, TvF is hardest.

    2 4.76%
  • I'm an NT: EvI is easiest, SvN is hardest.

    3 7.14%
  • I'm an NT: SvN is easiest, PvJ is hardest.

    1 2.38%
  • I'm an NT: SvN is easiest, TvF is hardest.

    3 7.14%
  • I'm an NT: SvN is easiest, EvI is hardest.

    3 7.14%
  • I'm an NT: PvJ is easiest.

    1 2.38%
  • I'm an NF: TvF is easiest, PvJ is hardest.

    0 0%
  • I'm an NF: TvF is easiest, EvI is hardest.

    0 0%
  • I'm an NF: TvF is easiest, SvN is hardest.

    3 7.14%
  • I'm an NF: EvI is easiest, TvF is hardest.

    4 9.52%
  • I'm an NF: EvI is easiest, PvJ is hardest.

    0 0%
  • I'm an NF: EvI is easiest, SvN is hardest.

    3 7.14%
  • I'm an NF: SvN is easiest, PvJ is hardest.

    2 4.76%
  • I'm an NF: SvN is easiest, TvF is hardest.

    0 0%
  • I'm an NF: SvN is easiest, EvI is hardest.

    2 4.76%
  • I'm an NF: PvJ is easiest.

    3 7.14%
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    Default First poll didn't work. Please come here, N's!

    I am able to type people very accurately and very quickly when I meet them. It's harder to type people online or on television because it is their reactions within our interaction that make people so easy to type.

    EvI is obvious. SvN is very obvious. T v F takes a minute and is where I'm most likely to make a mistake. Once I know these three, I just pick out whether they are P or J based on the two possible types.

    After telling this to my INTJ buddy, he said "what? F v T is clearly the most obvious. I just make a comment like "What if I stepped on that pigeon, and they either saw "Aww," or they chuckle.

    Unfortunately, I only have 20 slots for the poll, so I'm going to use the most likely options I can with the knowledge I have (actually it will mostly be intuition.)

    If you would please order 1 through 4 the easiest and most difficult functions to type, I would really appreciate it. And I'm going to keep track of the results in a separate chart, of course.
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    I will do as you wish.

    Scaling:

    1 (easiest) - 4 (hardest)

    1. I/E
    2. J/P
    3. S/N
    4. T/F

    Typing difficulty analysis and sorting (subjective mode) completed.

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    1. I/E
    2. N/S
    3. F/T
    4. P/J

    By the end of that process their type is apparent and P/J is just kinda "known".
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    T/F
    P/J
    I/E
    S/N

    I think the E/I split is a lot less obvious than people take it to be. Not all Is are shut-ins, and not all Es want to get in your face. I'm finally coming to terms with the fact that I'm probably not an E at all.

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    I always start at the end as of late. As in which of the eight functions they seem to use from the get go, then go to the opposing for retrograde and weekness and see if it's consistent. So far i've been somewhat able to pluck INxJ off the best due to awareness of the blatant transparency of Ni, Fe, and Te. That's just dative of interest to myself. Others could nail the two Ss and Ti really well. Which means i can't spot xSTP for beans yet. Weird?
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    1. S/N
    2. P/J
    3. T/F
    4. E/I

    It depends on the individual, though. Some allow their dominant function to completely dominate their personality, shedding light on much of their type.

    The order above also seems to reflect my own preference strengths.

    I wonder if ease of differentiating each of the dichotomies is relative to our own strengths. That is, a strong N would be able to differentiate between sensors and intuitives pretty easily, while a moderate extrovert might have trouble differentiating between introverts and extroverts. A strong N would also likely care more than a moderate one about whether the other person is an intuitive or not.

    It's typing by the "like me"/"not like me" approach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juggernaut View Post
    T/F
    P/J
    I/E
    S/N

    I think the E/I split is a lot less obvious than people take it to be. Not all Is are shut-ins, and not all Es want to get in your face. I'm finally coming to terms with the fact that I'm probably not an E at all.
    I have had this hunch from the earliest posts I have seen you make, and was only wondering when you would come to terms with the fact that you are an INTJ.
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    Well yeah. I was raised in an uber-E environment (ENTJ, ESFJ and ESFP family members) so I think the E just became the default mode of existence. I really do love being outside and observing the world around me so it's kind of hard to tell. I also have a nasty mouth when I get annoyed and am not shy. If I want something I don't have a problem asking for it or telling others what to do (when it's absolutely necessary) so people just assume I'm an E. The only time I feel perfectly comfortable, however, is when I'm completely alone.

    Funny thing about this is I kind of feel like I'm "coming out" in finally admitting I'd rather stay in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juggernaut View Post
    Well yeah. I was raised in an uber-E environment (ENTJ, ESFJ and ESFP family members) so I think the E just became the default mode of existence. I really do love being outside and observing the world around me so it's kind of hard to tell. I also have a nasty mouth when I get annoyed and am not shy. If I want something I don't have a problem asking for it or telling others what to do (when it's absolutely necessary) so people just assume I'm an E. The only time I feel perfectly comfortable, however, is when I'm completely alone.

    Funny thing about this is I kind of feel like I'm "coming out" in finally admitting I'd rather stay in.
    I struggle with this one myself. I know i float pretty easily between n and t so maybe this is the cause of the confusion.

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    The poll looks like binary code right now:

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