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    In Full Flight Lauren Ashley's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    According to this test, Si and Se are my weakest.
    Same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    Same.
    Same with me (on that test), but that test is taken too seriously IMO.

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    Fe, Se, Te.

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    Si and Se are my weakest. Fe and Te are moderate and Fi, Ti, Ni, and Ne are my strongest. Ni is my strongest.
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
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    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    Same with me (on that test), but that test is taken too seriously IMO.
    Is there a more accurate test?
    ~Life in a cappella~

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    My Si and Te suck. I think my Si is so mutilated by now it would only traumatize people to show it.
    My Si.. I rarely notice how things differ from what used to be, it doesn't actually cross my mind to compare or think back. I need to write things down, take pictures or somehow records things if I want to remember them later on. I just forget.

    I have a basic grasp on Te, but I will become very agitated if pressed to use it more/better. It show in my behavior in some:
    "They are jeans. If they are clean you wear them. If they are dirty, you wash them. Don't make me think about it. Damnit. It's obvious, you just go by the washing instructions. Whites, blacks, colorfuls & washing degrees. Common logic. No, no, no I don't want to talk about how to wash them!! Argh! Just put them in!" And I'll go crazy after that. However: excel charts are quite lovely.

    I suppose that comes out in my habit of not thinking what went wrong (when I've screwed something up) and how I could possibly have avoided it, and how I should do the thing next time. I also tend to be somewhat clueless as to what is the 'appropriate' behavior code in different social situations. (Thankfully I have my Fe to fall on.)

    On an unrelated note: My Se is surprisingly good, probably better than my Ti. Maybe because I'm so quick in actions.. Ti takes too much time. Ah well.

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    Si and Ti for me. They are both pretty weak. Ti is almost completely nonfunctional and dormant. Si isn't far behind. It's just much easier to use Se all of the time!!!
    I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle and here is my spout. Every time I steam up, I give a shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.

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    For me, probably Ti and Ni. Things just don't work that way in my head. (shrug)

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    Ti,Si,Te

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    Is there a more accurate test?
    Someone mentioned the Singer-Loomis, which also measures the processes directly, and uses scenarios in the questionnaire (hence it sounds very interesting), but I cannot find anywhere it can be taken. There's a site selling the test material, so it looks almost as if you have to find a counselor or someone who happenes to administer the test.
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