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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    It really depends on what school you go to because I intuit the crap out of EVERYTHING and get fairly high marks,
    EDIT:But then again, INTPs are supposedly the archetypal professor types.
    Trying to picture what it is like to "intuit the crap out of everything"
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    Troll.
    not exactly. he simply stated his opinion on the topic of ths post. the word troll is grossly overused these days

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Trying to picture what it is like to "intuit the crap out of everything"
    It looks something like this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Trying to picture what it is like to "intuit the crap out of everything"
    Pretty much to over-analyze and over-complicate things.

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    There was a study done a few years back, I don't remember details.. and I don't think it really correlates to intelligence (however that may be defined).. but it did reveal that in elementary school the most common mbti types to be found in gifted and talented programs were INF followed by NF. The study was specifically focused empathy and intelligence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Trying to picture what it is like to "intuit the crap out of everything"
    Ok, the answer to the previous question was "A" so the teacher wouldn't have put the answer in "A" again. "B" doesn't sound right and "C" is too obvious an answer to be the correct one. So, it has to be "D"!
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    Quote Originally Posted by William K View Post
    Ok, the answer to the previous question was "A" so the teacher wouldn't have put the answer in "A" again. "B" doesn't sound right and "C" is too obvious an answer to be the correct one. So, it has to be "D"!
    That's deduction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    That's deduction.
    Aye. It's more like reading between the lines too much. Like, Conspiracies. Introverted Intuition. Perspectives. Fact: Person ate Icecream. Ni: Person has some hidden sexual preference for ice because of A and B and other non-factual Details....and in reference to more info...with more info....added more info...

    For me, intuiting too much is making lots of objective or strange connections. Chimney Train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    That's deduction.
    Wait... I've been using logic all my life??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patches View Post
    I'd put my stamp of approval on this statement.

    My gift is memorization. I can read a text book and absorb it like a sponge. And fortunately for me... Our educational system rewards that ability. High school was a breeze and undergrad wasn't too bad either.

    The problem I am running into in Graduate school is... Professors spend more time asking you to extrapolate your own ideas from information that is presented... Or asking you, "Ok, so your textbook told you that when X happens, Y does this. Now can you tell me WHY you think that happens?" That's where I hit a speedbump.

    One of my chemistry professors keeps stressing that we MUST understand how/why mechanisms act the way they do, because we won't be able to memorize 450 different reactions. My response.... "Wanna bet?" *Patches proceeds to make 450 flash cards*.

    I don't know if other ISTJ's process information the same way I do, but I wouldn't really refer to it as 'smart'. More like a computer. Insert data, and I can repeat it back to you whenever you request it. But I can't make up new data out of thin air.
    my point exactly. ISTJs are brutally effective at school because of the ridiculous amount of organization and memorization that are entailed. you have to organize your time into
    1) work time
    2) study time
    3) class time
    4) sleep
    5) errands
    6) leisure time
    ISTJs are brilliant at seperating these activities almost completely which leads to increased productivity, faster completion and an "I'm finished working, now I'm going to relax"ability that FJs tend to lack. ISTJs are also less likely to be preoccupied with distracting social activities that would appeal to ESTJs which allows them to focus better. for this reason, ISTJs to me seem to be the most pre equiped for academia

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