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    Ne - 90%
    Ti - 86%
    Si - 40%
    Fe - 34%
    Ni - 31.4%
    Te - 22.5%
    Se - 22.5%
    Fi - 17.8%
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    From highest to lowest:

    Si - 72.5%
    Te - 70.0%
    Se - 55.0%
    Ti - 52.0%
    Fi - 51.1%
    Ne - 37.5%
    Ni - 31.4%
    Fe - 28.0%
    Last edited by NewEra; 07-05-2009 at 11:16 AM.

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    I rescaled them each to 40 points total.

    Ni = 10/40
    Ne = 12/40
    Si = 32/40
    Se = 13/40
    Ti = 21.6/40
    Te = 33/40
    Fi = 25.8/40
    Fe = 21.1/40

    Of course, I don't really trust these numbers, because they were probably influenced by what I already thought about the functions. Anyway, the rough order would be:

    SiTe > Fi > TiFe >> SeNeNi

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    Ti - 90%
    Ne - 75%
    Si - 47%
    Ni - 34%
    Te - 32%
    Fi - 31%
    Fe - 30%
    Se - 28%

    I guess that's about right. I suspect I've over-estimated my Ne score.

    And thinking (lol) about this some more in relation to stuff that's been going on for me in recent times, I think I've used Ti for too many things that it shouldn't be used for. ie I used to use it instead of Fi, Fe and Se. I have to say, Ti kicks ass for building mental models, but it reeeeally shouldn't be used for anything else. A coupla years ago, my Ti score would have been higher and the other functions lower. Gradually getting more balanced.
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    Se-14/40 - 35%
    Fi- 40/45 - 89%
    Ni- 24/35 - 69%
    Ti- 11/50 - 22%
    Si- 18/40 - 45%
    Fe- 37/55 - 67%
    Te- 16/40 - 40%
    Ne- 37/40 - 92,5%

    Mmm, I dunno, I might have done that as well with Ni. I use it, but I use it only when the situation asks for it, not default. I'm kinda surprised I got that high with my Te still, coz I really despise that function. I also would've expected my Fi to be up there with my Ne, as it usually is, but I have more restrictions set on my Fi than on my Ne, so I guess that's about right.
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    Ti= 100 %
    Se= 85%
    Ne= 75%
    Fi= 66%
    Ni= 57%
    Te=50%
    Si= 47.5%
    Fe= 36%

    All the J functions at the bottom!

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    Fi - 88.9%
    Ne - 77.5%
    Ni - 77.1%
    Si - 50%
    Te - 40%
    Se - 40%
    Fe - 29.1%
    Ti - 18%

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    Se: 87%
    Si: 75%
    Te: 67%
    Fi: 62%
    Fe: 36%
    Ti: 32%
    Ni:28%
    Ne:27%

    Wow.. talk about a mirror image..

    S's on the top, N's on the bottom.

    I don't think that there is a type description for this setup....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Se: 87%
    Si: 75%
    Te: 67%
    Fi: 62%
    Fe: 36%
    Ti: 32%
    Ni:28%
    Ne:27%

    Wow.. talk about a mirror image..

    S's on the top, N's on the bottom.

    I don't think that there is a type description for this setup....
    Wow, if you take out the leading Se from yours, it would be more ISTJ than me:

    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    From highest to lowest:

    Si - 72.5%
    Te - 70.0%
    Se - 55.0%
    Ti - 52.0%
    Fi - 51.1%
    Ne - 37.5%
    Ni - 31.4%
    Fe - 28.0%

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    Fi: 31/45 = 68.9%
    Ne: 27/40 = 67.5%
    Ni: 22/35 = 62.9%
    Ti: 31/50 = 62.0%
    Fe: 28/55 = 50.9%
    Se: 20/40 = 50.0%
    Si: 15/40 = 37.5%
    Te: 10/40 = 25%

    INFP? No comment . Going to try and dig up what scores I got yesterday later.

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