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    Default Expanding upon MBTI through percent differentientations

    I'm going to define how your percents make you different within your type. I think we can all agree that a 50% feeling scorer is going to be different from a 100% feeling scorer. This is how it's going to be set up-

    -INTROVERSION-

    85-100% -
    65-80% -
    50-65% -

    -EXTROVERSION-

    85-100% -
    65-80% -
    50-65% -

    -INTUITION-

    85-100% -
    65-80% -
    50-65% -

    -SENSING-

    85-100% -
    65-80% -
    50-65% -

    -FEELING-

    85-100% -
    65-80% -
    50-65% -

    -THINKING-

    85-100% -
    65-80% -
    50-65% -

    -PERCEIVING-

    85-100% -
    65-80% -
    50-65% -

    -JUDGING-

    85-100% -
    65-80% -
    50-65% -

    Hopefully this will define things in a clearer way for people, point out some differences within types, and just in general more precisely define people. What do you think?
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    I support what you are trying to do, but aren't percent differentiations, for the most part, self-explanatory?

    That is, you would expect someone who considers themselves to be 78% introverted to be moderately introverted, with certain extroverted tendencies/traits.

    Of course, if you plan on explaining percent differentiations based upon your experience with people of different percentages (rather than on theoretical differences), then you might be able to go into specifics, and provide some enlightening descriptions.

    Either way, go for it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Engler View Post
    I support what you are trying to do, but aren't percent differentiations, for the most part, self-explanatory?

    That is, you would expect someone who considers themselves to be 78% introverted to be moderately introverted, with certain extroverted tendencies/traits.

    Of course, if you plan on explaining percent differentiations based upon your experience with people of different percentages (rather than on theoretical differences), then you might be able to go into specifics, and provide some enlightening descriptions.

    Either way, go for it!
    Yeah they do seem to be self explanatory... but then you have the type descriptions which don't really specify these differences. They are just sort of "inferred", and I want to actually define these. It's unclear to start with. It shouldn't take long... I just have to type it up. I'll probably do that today and get a rough draft posted.

    Bolded- precisely. I plan to go into specifics.
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    Of course I agree with you.
    There are many people who fall more to the center of the poles.
    To think someone who is close to 100% N,
    would be the same as someone like me (or you) who falls more in the middle of S/N, is absurd.

    Trust me, there are people who actually think otherwise.
    Then they scratch their heads wondering why all XXXX's aren't alike.

    You have my support!

    Edit: WTH am I thinking? I forgot to mention the functions.
    On those percentage tests, how do we know if each test is slanted toward Se or Si? Ne or Ni?
    There's so many of those percentage type tests online, everyone takes different ones.
    No wonder the results can vary.

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