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  • E

    13 35.14%
  • I

    0 0%
  • N

    5 13.51%
  • S

    4 10.81%
  • T

    3 8.11%
  • F

    0 0%
  • P

    1 2.70%
  • J

    11 29.73%
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    Definitely E. The world would be easier if I were more extroverted, wouldn't get as drained easily, would achieve more things... yeah, I'd like a lot more extroversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max View Post
    And I don't think my J can get any higher as it is!
    Same. and

    If I could increase the effectiveness of only one letter, it would definitely be P (or Se, specifically).
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    I'm addicted to Ni, so the more the merrier.

    Though, Se would probably be more beneficial to me.
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    Ni > Te > Ti = Fi > Ne > Si = Fe > Se

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    I'm pretty balanced on everything... Maybe it would be nice to be a bit more J.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    I'm pretty balanced on everything... Maybe it would be nice to be a bit more J.
    I think it might be cool to see you rollin' on some Ni

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamp View Post
    I think it might be cool to see you rollin' on some Ni
    Well this is just a letter. As for functions, Te gives me a lot of problems; but Ni is fun and I would enjoy having even more of it.
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    Probably P for F. While I am content with all of my preferences and find them sufficient, it might be a little nicer to be able to adapt to different situations without needed to anally plan through ever contingency, running down all possibilities in risk management before proceeding. The P is for the adaptability. The F is because, in all likelihood, a situation I'd need to adapt to is more likely feeling oriented.
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