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  • NF - English

    23 19.33%
  • NF - History

    16 13.45%
  • NF - Math

    3 2.52%
  • NF - Science

    8 6.72%
  • NT - English

    6 5.04%
  • NT - History

    11 9.24%
  • NT - Math

    10 8.40%
  • NT - Science

    20 16.81%
  • SJ - English

    2 1.68%
  • SJ - History

    2 1.68%
  • SJ - Math

    4 3.36%
  • SJ - Science

    1 0.84%
  • SP - English

    4 3.36%
  • SP - History

    3 2.52%
  • SP - Math

    2 1.68%
  • SP - Science

    4 3.36%
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    By Science, I mean Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, etc. all in one category because I don't have that many poll options.
    Well then I'd choose Science maybe. But I also like History quite a bit. Not the Si kind of history though. I take the Ne approach. For me it's what's NOT there that I find really interesting in terms of mental exercise. Connecting the dots and admiring it for it's subjectivity and not it's objectivity alone.

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    I love English, but just the writing portion.

    I've never been into traditional lab sciences, too much attention to detail and general annoyance. I find physics really interesting though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    There's no real separation of subjects in my head, since all of them impact the other in terms of getting a better understanding of the Way The World Works. (Maybe that last bit is a better description of my "favorite subject" -- the Big Picture of life.)
    This is probably true for me too when I studying independently. When I had to learn things as part of a class I found some classes more efficient than others in figuring the world out though. I ranked Math highest in the poll, but I would probably put Chemistry and Physics just as high though. On the other hand Biology spends a good chunk of time putting things into categories instead of just theorizing, and a lot of Psychology is just common sense. So taking Science as a whole I had to rank Math higher. I also found the quality of my History classes varied greatly depending on my instructor.

    Don't get me wrong though, I find all subjects interesting but some seem like you are learning more than others.
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    I ranked History first (for being completely awesome), followed by Math (for being completely awesome up until I took AP Calculus, and failing to be awesome by then), then English (for involving reading some awesome books, despite the essay-writing part, which was the opposite of awesome), and then Science in last place (for only being awesome outside of class).
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    It's hard for me to clearly answer to your question, but this site can help you, there's many interesting data in, Facts About the 16 Myers-Briggs.


    I've find this:

    Academic subjects preferred:

    ISTJ: math, practical skills
    ESTJ: math, practical skills
    ISFJ: practical skills
    ESFJ: ?

    ISTP: math, practical skills
    ESTP: history, math, practical skills
    ISFP: practical skills
    ESFP: history

    INFJ: art, English, music
    ENFJ: art, English, music
    INFP: art, English, music
    ENFP: art, English, music

    INTJ: science
    ENTJ: English, science
    INTP: art, science
    ENTP: art, science

    The commons characteristics between the types are:

    S: pratical skills

    ST: math, practical skills

    Se: history

    NF: art, English, music

    ENJ: English

    NT: science

    NP: art

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    INTP: History. If languages were one ofthe choices, then I would have selected that.

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    Poll should have been multi-option.

    NT Science (Chem + Bio, NOT Physics) and English.
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    Me as an ENTP my favorite subjects are: Music, art, math, science, English and writing, history, and languages.

    I can't choose one! They are all so great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    It's hard for me to clearly answer to your question, but this site can help you, there's many interesting data in, Facts About the 16 Myers-Briggs.


    I've find this:

    Academic subjects preferred:

    ISTJ: math, practical skills
    ESTJ: math, practical skills
    ISFJ: practical skills
    ESFJ: ?

    ISTP: math, practical skills
    ESTP: history, math, practical skills
    ISFP: practical skills
    ESFP: history

    INFJ: art, English, music
    ENFJ: art, English, music
    INFP: art, English, music
    ENFP: art, English, music

    INTJ: science
    ENTJ: English, science
    INTP: art, science
    ENTP: art, science

    The commons characteristics between the types are:

    S: pratical skills

    ST: math, practical skills

    Se: history

    NF: art, English, music

    ENJ: English

    NT: science

    NP: art
    That's a really neat link, thanks.

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    I love history, all parts of it. Although sometimes it gets me all angry, especially when studying American history.
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