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    24 17.78%
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  1. #81
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    When I first took the MBTI I scored INFP; it was a pretty crappy test. I took the same test again and got INTJ. On the better ones I take it's a toss up between ISTP and ISFP; always borderline on T/F. On other random tests I get INTP too.

    So that's 5.
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  2. #82
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    This thread has gone awry.

    I have scored 4 different results over the past 2 years, using various testing instruments, including Keirsey's PUMII. I initially scored INFP on a free online test (humanmetrics.com). Since then, I have scored INTP, ENFP, and INFJ. Every test is easily contaminated once you understand the dichotomies and the questions. However, once I purge the relationships from my mind, I'm still left thinking about the context of each question, and I become indecisive. One might say that being indecisive is a 'P' trait, but it may also be a 'T' trait in the search from a concise truth. Since I could probably find any typological reason for a single behavior, and characterize any person as any type for any reason, I have decided that various behaviors cannot be typologically assessed with any certainty. For instance, if a person were to be indecisive, I would not jump to the conclusion that they were a perceiving type. I would rather say that they are thinking about the options with scrutiny. If I see that this is habitual for them, then I might characterize them as a fairly indecisive person, not a 'P'. Being a 'P', or any other digit within the MBTI code, elucidates psychological preferences, not behaviors. The dichotomies are false anyway.

    I think that, on a superficial level, the INFP profiles that I have seen describe me with the most accuracy, followed by INTP and ENFP. However, these descriptions are often superfluous and vague. They are hardly ever even remotely clinical.

    I think the INTP archetype described my penchant for understanding systems and how I like to change them. However, a person of any type can grasp a system and synthesize it. I am more inclined to believe that my view of systems is largely a Te orientation because it requires external input, however, Ti oriented people need external input as well. So this is inconclusive.

    The ENFP archetype represents a more inflated version of myself that requires more energy to uphold.

  3. #83
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    My first test result was INTJ, and since then I've almost always scored as one of the four INXXs, most commonly a J. On occasion, I've gotten some very strange results from unreliable tests, though, things like (listing as many as I can remember) ESTJ, ENTJ, ISTJ, ISTP, ENFJ, ENFP, ENTP, and ISFJ. So there are only four types I've never scored as, which is a sad testimony on the reliability of tests. Combine a test with a sound knowledge of the MBTI, though, and that problem becomes inconsequential, because you're aware of the test's shortcomings and are using it more as a way to explore your personality than a means to learn your type.
    [ Ni > Ti > Fe > Fi > Ne > Te > Si > Se ][ 4w5 sp/sx ][ RLOAI ][ IEI-Ni ]

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    It was terrifying! and I'll never do it again!

    I need a female ESTP to hold me while I cry...

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    Tested as five different types:
    INFJ, ISFJ, INFP, INTJ, ENFJ.
    "Dad I can't feel my legs."

    "That's because you don't have any arms."

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    It was terrifying! and I'll never do it again!

    I need a female ESTP to hold me while I cry...
    Will a male ENFP do?
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    ESTJ (my first test at like 7 or 8), ISFJ, INFP, INTP, INFJ, ISXP, ENFJ. I consistently got S for the longest time but I doubt that I'm S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Will a male ENFP do?

    Aww, thanks, man. But there is something about those brassy girls I kinda like!

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    Yeah, I can fly. Aleksei's Avatar
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    Yeah... ESTP chicks are awesome.

    Hey, did you get my PM?
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    Inventive > Artistic > Leisurely > Dramatic
    7w6 > 4w3 > 9w8, weakside sp/so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Yeah... ESTP chicks are awesome.

    Hey, did you get my PM?
    Yes. I can't remember why I thought you were INFP! I don't put much stock on typology though. Just be your normal, dashing self. Details are less important than intent.

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