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  1. #171
    Senior Member Jade Curtiss's Avatar
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    1. iNtuition (93.0 %)
    2. Sensing (7.0 %)

    1. Thinking (99.6 %)
    2. Feeling (0.4 %)

    1. Introversion (91.5 %)
    2. Extraversion (8.5 %)

    1. Perceiving (86.3 %)
    2. Judging (13.7 %)

    I think the great majority of academic papers and essays are going to get results that lean toward INTx, for obvious reasons. So it would probably be best to use writing from something you wrote for your own enjoyment rather than an assignment.
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    Introversion (97.4 %)
    Extraversion (2.6 %)

    iNtuition (88.9 %)
    Sensing (11.1 %)

    Thinking (98.8 %)
    Feeling (1.2 %)

    Judging (81.1 %)
    Perceiving (18.9 %)

  3. #173
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    Fun... but I got radically different results with a personal letter, a scientific paper I wrote, and a post I put on a cycling site. I will say that there were consistencies (my scores tilted toward introversion for instance) but I think you'd have to run several documents of various types through the site to get much out of it.
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    Introversion (67.0 %)
    Extraversion (33.0 %)

    iNtuition (90.9 %)
    Sensing (9.1 %)

    Thinking (90.5 %)
    Feeling (9.5 %)

    Perceiving (68.2 %)
    Judging (31.8 %)

  5. #175
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    I seem to consistently get INTP, at least whenever I deal with serious topics. More light-hearted sarcastic remarks are ESTJ, ISTJ, or ESFP.

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    Took 3 of my longer than two sentence posts, relatively serious posts on TypeC and here are the results!

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    Introversion (84.7 %)
    iNtuition (89.0 %)
    Thinking (99.8 %)
    Judging (54.9 %)


    INTj

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    Introversion (63.5 %)
    Sensing (54.5 %)
    Thinking (99.0 %)
    Judging (93.1 %)

    isTJ

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    Introversion (63.2 %)
    iNtuition (90.7 %)
    Thinking (98.8 %)
    Judging (71.2 %)

    iNTJ

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    Results for one to two sentence posts:

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    Irony/sarcasm used in this post -

    Extraversion (83.2 %)
    Sensing (99.7 %)
    Feeling (99.5 %)
    Perceiving (53.2 %)


    ESFp

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    Irony/sarcasm used in this post -

    Extraversion (56.4 %)
    Sensing (86.0 %)
    Feeling (92.4 %)
    Judging (79.7 %)

    eSFJ

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    Serious one-liner -

    Introversion (99.8 %)
    iNtuition (89.8 %)
    Thinking (99.7 %)
    Judging (97.3 %)

    INTJ
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    Conclusion:

    Irony/sarcasm doesn't translate well on da Internetz!

  7. #177
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    I just used 5 different writings of mine that were very similar, topics centered around similar things, and I got ESFJ, INTJ, ESTP, ISFP, ENTJ. I put a poem of my ENTJ grandfathers in.. and it came up INTP. (high on both I & P). I put an email from my ESFJ friend in, got INFP.

    Conclusion: Bullshit. Woulda-coulda-shoulda been a neat thing, but no.
    Man suffers only because he takes seriously what the gods made for fun - Watts

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    1. iNtuition (84.3 %)
    2. Sensing (15.7 %)

    1. Feeling (87.3 %)
    2. Thinking (12.7 %)

    1. Introversion (88.1 %)
    2. Extraversion (11.9 %)

    1. Perceiving (98.5 %)
    2. Judging (1.5 %)

    infp

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    1. Introversion (52.3 %)
    2. Extraversion (47.7 %)

    1. Perceiving (90.9 %)
    2. Judging (9.1 %)

    1. Feeling (95.0 %)
    2. Thinking (5.0 %)

    1. iNtuition (68.1 %)
    2. Sensing (31.9 %)

    infp again

    ----------------------------------------------------

    1. Perceiving (58.2 %)
    2. Judging (41.8 %)

    1. Introversion (58.1 %)
    2. Extraversion (41.9 %)

    1. Thinking (61.2 %)
    2. Feeling (38.8 %)

    intp

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    1. Perceiving (72.9 %)
    2. Judging (27.1 %)

    1. Introversion (80.5 %)
    2. Extraversion (19.5 %)

    1. Thinking (87.8 %)
    2. Feeling (12.2 %)

    1. iNtuition (82.1 %)
    2. Sensing (17.9 %)

    intp again

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    1. Perceiving (84.1 %)
    2. Judging (15.9 %)

    1. Introversion (72.8 %)
    2. Extraversion (27.2 %)

    1. Thinking (65.5 %)
    2. Feeling (34.5 %)

    1. iNtuition (81.4 %)
    2. Sensing (18.6 %)

    intp 3rd time.


    So we have a winner.

    whatever

  9. #179
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    That's somewhat inaccurate. Take silver. Price doubling in one year doesn't mean the USD devalued by 50%. It's supply and demand that drives the price of commodities, as well as dollar fluctuation. Same goes for gold and its doubling in the past three years. People run up the price of precious metals when they're not feeling terribly secure with the hopes that if they lose something, it won't be all.

    This is a massive upheaval of technological upgrades, minting communities, drain on precious metals supplies, rejuggling of economic trading practices, you name it and it's got to be converted over, which includes needing body guards if you want to buy anything substantial since you're dragging around a chest. Like I said, Ron Paul is delusional and is isolationalist in thinking.
    My above post ended up with ENTj.

    Extraversion (75.4 %)
    iNtuition (90.9 %)
    Thinking (99.4 %)
    Judging (54.3 %)

    It doesn't appear to be complete b/s but it's also not even close to being the holy grail for typing.

    By avoiding the use of sarcasm, it's pegged me as an NTJ, primarily INTJ which isn't anything new since that's the place I started. I sometimes still doubt my own extroversion and yet can't deny that I do "power up" with both people and alone time.

  10. #180
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    1. Sensing (95.5 %)
    2. iNtuition (4.5 %)

    1. Feeling (96.6 %)
    2. Thinking (3.4 %)

    1. Extraversion (96.3 %)
    2. Introversion (3.7 %)

    1. Judging (59.8 %)
    2. Perceiving (40.2 %)












    Tried again a couple times:

    1. Sensing (85.3 %)
    2. iNtuition (14.7 %)

    1. Feeling (98.1 %)
    2. Thinking (1.9 %)

    1. Extraversion (96.8 %)
    2. Introversion (3.2 %)

    1. Judging (86.5 %)
    2. Perceiving (13.5 %)

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    1. Sensing (98.3 %)
    2. iNtuition (1.7 %)

    1. Thinking (61.1 %)
    2. Feeling (38.9 %)

    1. Extraversion (98.7 %)
    2. Introversion (1.3 %)

    1. Perceiving (80.8 %)
    2. Judging (19.2 %)




    Apparently I'm all over the map, but mostly ESFJ.

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