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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    I'll explain, probably in a couple of weeks or so. It can only be administered online, so you'll have to find a practitioner or site who does that (discoveryourpersonality.com is one)
    I did a quick search for "free Step II MBTI" on Google, but didn't find anything yet. A few leads just ended up going to dead links.

    Looks like the going price is right under $100.

    EDIT:

    Found this doc. Somewhat interesting...
    https://www.cpp.com/pdfs/MBTI_FormM_Supp.pdf
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    Okay, THAT was amusing. The fourth item on the Google search list about free MBTI step 2 tests, I clicked on without really looking at it, and realized I was back here at TypC.

    For a post written in 2007.

    By me.

    *DOH*

    I can't get away!
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    You're not going to find it for free. If you do, it's bootleg.

    Quote Originally Posted by Seymour View Post
    Here's mine:



    About the only interesting thing there is the out-of-preference "Reasonable" on the thinking/feeling sub-scales (and the neutral logical/empathetic).

    Otherwise, it's all pretty straight-forward.

    I used discoveryourpersonality.com, as well (a couple/few years ago).
    That's where you got the result graphs from? Nice! (You wouldn't believe how many people used to ask me where I got mine. Again; it was homemade, to emulate those MyPersonality graphs everyone had in their signature. So it's funny now for me to be asking someone where they got theirs from).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    You're not going to find it for free. If you do, it's bootleg.

    That's where you got the result graphs from? (you wouldn;t belive how many people used to ask me where I got mine. Again; it was homemade, to emulate those MyPersonality graphs everyone had in their signature.
    I just whipped those up in OmniGraffle. Seems like it wouldn't be a difficult programming task to do a web-page or something... and then one could take a screen shot—even if one didn't want to do actual gif/jpeg generation. Maybe I'll adapt the code from my Wilde Calculator (no promises, though).

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    I'm happy with bootleg. I don't have $100 to pop on a superfluous test.

    I did look at my original descriptions from a really old thread on this forum (which I ironically found as yet ANOTHER link on the Google search!) and just guessed at my scores. I assigned stats to either side from 1-10, depending on which I favored.

    EXTROVERSION/INTROVERSION
    initiating ........ receiving 8
    3 expressive ..... contained
    gregarious ..... intimate 0
    active ........... reflective 6
    enthusiastic ... quiet 8

    SENSING/INTUITION
    concrete ....... abstract 7
    realistic ......... imaginative 4
    practical ........ conceptual 6
    experiential .... theoretical 8
    traditional ...... original 8

    THINKING/FEELING
    6 logical ........... empathetic
    8 reasonable ..... compassionate
    questioning .... accomodating 3
    critical ........... accepting 3
    1 tough ............ tender

    JUDGING/PERCEIVING
    systematic ....... casual 8
    planful ............. open-ended 8
    early-starting ... pressure-prompted 9
    scheduled ........ spontaneous 9
    methodical ....... emergent 5


    I think I score differently than I would have a few years ago -- I'm more practical and also more engaging, and that is partly because I've had to be in order to be successful in life.

    Note that actually my J/P is actually the most extreme leaning, which explains to me why I have a lot of trouble working toward goals in a structured fashion. I just don't much like it, but I'm frustrated because I need to do it to get anywhere now.
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    Found an online test for $80 here.

    http://testets.com/pages/Tests_by_BRAND_MBTI.html
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    Interesting. I've seen it before and I like that it captures all the complex elements of each dichotomy. Some of them I would struggle how to choose between, and I think the T/F division would be the most complicated for me.

    To copy Jennifer, I'll estimate what mine would be:

    EXTROVERSION/INTROVERSION
    Initiating ........ Receiving 8
    1 Expressive ..... Contained
    2 Gregarious ..... Intimate
    Active ........... Reflective 7
    Enthusiastic ... Quiet 8

    SENSING/INTUITION
    Concrete ....... Abstract 8
    Realistic ......... Imaginative 8
    Practical ........ Conceptual 8
    Experiential .... Theoretical 6
    Traditional ...... Original 9

    THINKING/FEELING
    6 Logical ........... Empathetic
    3 Reasonable ..... Compassionate
    Questioning .... Accommodating 4
    Critical ........... Accepting 6
    Tough ............ Tender 9

    JUDGING/PERCEIVING
    2 Systematic ....... Casual
    Planful ............. Open-ended 8
    Early-starting ... Pressure-prompted 10
    Scheduled ........ Spontaneous 7
    Methodical ....... Emergent 5

    Ugh, some of that is really hard.

    - With E/I that actually addressed some of contradictory aspects that come from being a social-first introvert. In some ways I'm friendly and sociable, but in others, I'm extremely reserved and prefer solitude. I'm reluctant to call myself gregarious and expressive because I hold back a lot of myself, but I suppose I choose to come across a little like that to other people.
    - As expected the T/F was the hardest, because a lot of the time I wanted to say I'm very much both. I consider myself rather compassionate but am the sort of person that that will put loyalties and sympathies aside to back up a principle. I also am value oriented but apply those values with very logical analysis. The only clear cut division for me was Tough vs. Tender.
    - And even the J/P was a little difficult. I like a sense of order, because my mind is so completely muddled that it makes me feel confused and stressed, and that things are out of my control. It helps to have a systematic approach to bring clarity, so I can feel relaxed and more on top of things. It also doesn't help that I'm incredibly forgetful so I often need to make lists to help me keep on track. At the same time, I go-with-the-flow about most situations and don't identify at all with the J need to have everything nailed down way in advance.

    I wonder about the T/F division because there are quite a few people like me that are conflicted about it. I wonder if it's a INXP issue too - as confusion around it seems to be common among us. And looking at the results @SuchIrony @Jennifer and @Eric B it makes me wonder. It would be interesting to compare what sort of patterns are forming. If there were more conflicted Fs it would be even better. @OrangeAppled's input would be good, but she's not around much these days.
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    See the second money becomes involved I start getting worried. It just looks like a big ole scam.

    If understanding one's own foibles and self were so important, why put a price on it? Just stick annoying adverts on your website like everyone else, or yknow actually PROVE something for once.
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    Hey, for $25 I'll create MBTI Step IV for everyone. That's $75 cheaper than Step II - what a deal!

    And you know it has to be good because it's two greater than four! And with your support of Step IV, I can then fund MBTI Step V research. I've got charts and blind science to back everything up. And who knows, maybe when that's ready, I might even be able to cure cancer for you.


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