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    Default MBTI type of the ideal school student?

    If you were a school principal, what would be the MBTI type of your ideal student?

    My choice is INTJ.

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    probably ISFJ
    obedient, kind, wouldn't cause any problems

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    Nah, if you were INTJ, you'd question the system, and I dunno if a principal would want that. I'd say ESxJ. I knew an ESTJ in high school who was president of practically every single group he was a member of, and was also student body president, and I knew an ESFJ in high school who was the perfect pupil, president of some groups, won awards in every competition she took part in, and was one of the valedictorians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Nah, if you were INTJ, you'd question the system, and I dunno if a principal would want that. I'd say ESxJ. I knew an ESTJ in high school who was president of practically every single group he was a member of, and was also student body president, and I knew an ESFJ in high school who was the perfect pupil, president of some groups, won awards in every competition she took part in, and was one of the valedictorians.
    Which function that the INTJ possesses would make them question the system?

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    XXXX.

    The ideal student has no identity.

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    It would depend on the culture of the school. I think ISxJs would make good students. Our School Captain is ISFJ. Our Vice is INFJ (me).

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    Definitely a sufficiently smart ISFJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aphex View Post
    If you were a school principal, what would be the MBTI type of your ideal student?

    My choice is INTJ.
    Ideal in what sense?

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    I'd like a mixture of all.. I think the ideal student would be.. unremorseful to be themselves..

    Even if he/she is a trouble-maker, I think it would be cool to place them in a situation where he/she can exercise that energy into something more positive/helpful for the entire group.

    Each student has his/her own strength that would color the classroom experience.

    Reminds me of the book I read in elementary school: Sideways Stories From Wayside School.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fecal McAngry View Post
    Ideal in what sense?
    I suppose it depends on the person, but me for personally, someone who:

    -Strives for their personal best.
    -Is determined and motivated.
    -Is organised.
    -Has a genuine interest in learning.
    -Is punctual and committed in meeting their study, homework and assessment obligations.

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