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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheat1011 View Post
    Try that on for size? Well, I just might kill myself.

    The tests are flawed, that's my point. They were just examples, I'm not going to evaluate every question on a free online test, but is "I am weird" a great question in determining a preference for sensing or intuition?
    The thing is tests are flawed, then people come onto forums and get a bunch of opinions and can get even more confused not to mention that your type can even influence what you believe depending on how the information is presented and what information is presented. Not to mention the people and state you are currently in. For example those that are stressed seem to stay in there dominant and tertiary functions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheat1011 View Post
    Try that on for size? Well, I just might kill myself.

    The tests are flawed, that's my point. They were just examples, I'm not going to evaluate every question on a free online test, but is "I am weird" a great question in determining a preference for sensing or intuition?
    I know where you got that inane question from:
    Similar Minds.com.

    Of course the tests are flawed.
    So is MBTI.

    Are you suggesting "I am weird" was an S/N question?
    If so, how would you know?
    You don't.

    This is what makes this thread even more ridiculous.
    There is no proof of anyone's type.
    It's all assumption of truth.

    Assumptions are bullshit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I know where you got that inane question from:
    Similar Minds.com.

    Of course the tests are flawed.
    So is MBTI.

    Are you suggesting "I am weird" was an S/N question?
    If so, how would you know?
    You don't.

    This is what makes this thread even more ridiculous.
    There is no proof of anyone's type.
    It's all assumption of truth.

    Assumptions are bullshit.
    Just because you dont understand it or know how to apply it doesnt mean its assumptions. Its pattern matching based on how others appear. Assumptions are only bullshit when you turn it into a rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    Just because you dont understand it or know how to apply it doesnt mean its assumptions. Its pattern matching based on how others appear. Assumptions are only bullshit when you turn it into a rule.

    Don't waste my time.
    Go play in the sandbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Are you suggesting "I am weird" was an S/N question?
    If so, how would you know?
    You don't.
    I tested it before writing that post, the higher the choice on that question the more intuitive you are, apparently. Both tests had identical answers, excluding that particular question. N = 57.14 on the 75% accurate answer, N = 55.88 on the 50% accurate answer, a decrease by 1.26. Oh, and you're right, assumptions are bullshit.

    First Test
    Introverted (I) 59.09% Extroverted (E) 40.91%
    Intuitive (N) 57.14% Sensing (S) 42.86%
    Feeling (F) 51.43% Thinking (T) 48.57%
    Perceiving (P) 50% Judging (J) 50%

    Second
    Introverted (I) 59.09% Extroverted (E) 40.91%
    Intuitive (N) 55.88% Sensing (S) 44.12%
    Feeling (F) 51.43% Thinking (T) 48.57%
    Perceiving (P) 50% Judging (J) 50%
    Ti > Ne > Fi > Si > Te > Ni > Se > Fe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Don't waste my time.
    Go play in the sandbox.
    You are either a J or a stressed P stuck in its shadow

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I would suggest printing off the descriptions on best fit. Some of the descriptions on the net and in books are not very good. Who wants to hear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    This thread was started by an INTJ.
    I once posted scores of a group of INTJs.
    The majority of them were near the midpoint of S/N.
    So close, in fact, we're talking almost 50-50.
    Because of this you assume that I too am on the borderline of an N and S?
    But you just said in one of your later posts that assumptions are bullshit... Weird...
    You then, for some odd reason, think that I go around bashing Sensors when I myself just wanted to know why a sensor would rather to be an intuitive. Ingenious display of understanding.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    This is what makes this thread even more ridiculous.
    There is no proof of anyone's type.
    It's all assumption of truth.

    Assumptions are bullshit.
    Assumptions are based on probability and if probability is over a certain percentage (depending on the person's preference) people would go by those assumptions whether or not they are true or not. It's how the world works. We all live on probability. So learn to live with it. It goes the same way for personality types. One only assumes because probability is high.

    I myself would assume you to be an INTJ or ENTJ based on probability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheat1011 View Post
    I tested it before writing that post, the higher the choice on that question the more intuitive you are, apparently. Both tests had identical answers, excluding that particular question. N = 57.14 on the 75% accurate answer, N = 55.88 on the 50% accurate answer, a decrease by 1.26. Oh, and you're right, assumptions are bullshit.
    Intuitive (N) 57.14% Sensing (S) 42.86%
    Intuitive (N) 55.88% Sensing (S) 44.12%

    Great job sniffing out that bullshit!


    Makes you wonder, what other questions are they being unreasonable about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    You then, for some odd reason, think that I go around bashing Sensors when I myself just wanted to know why a sensor would rather to be an intuitive.
    We all have the ability to use our senses and intuition.
    Wake up.
    It's a PREFERENCE assessment. Get it?
    Preference does not indicate its strength or quality.
    That means an S could be more intuitive than you.
    Come on, think.

    I myself would assume you to be an INTJ or ENTJ based on probability.
    Anyone can search my posts, and know I score ENTJ and INTJ.
    Is your "probability" drivel supposed to impress me?

    It did not.

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