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    Not surprising considering I did my initial self-typing based mostly on the work of Berens and Nardi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    ISTP, but it just gives you the letters, not the details that @wolfy has listed.
    You need to follow some links on your results page.

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    Extraverted (E) Introverted (I) Comments
    Score 20 80 The difference in scores for these two preferences is very high and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is very high.

    Sensing (S) iNtuitive (N) Comments
    Score 65 30 The difference in scores for these two preferences is high and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is also high.

    Thinking (T) Feeling (F) Comments
    Score 75 20 The difference in scores for these two preferences is very high and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is very high.

    Judging (J) Perceiving (P) Comments
    Score 45 50 The difference in scores for these two preferences is low and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is also low. You should take extra steps to decide on your type.




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    Score 25 75 The difference in scores for these two preferences is very high and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is very high.

    Sensing (S) iNtuitive (N) Comments
    Score 60 30 The difference in scores for these two preferences is high and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is also high.

    Thinking (T) Feeling (F) Comments
    Score 75 20 The difference in scores for these two preferences is very high and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is very high.

    Judging (J) Perceiving (P) Comments
    Score 55 45 The difference in scores for these two preferences is low and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is also low. You should take extra steps to decide on your type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    ISTP, but it just gives you the letters, not the details that @wolfy has listed.
    You need to click the right button to show details and then click the results button at the bottom.

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    See above.
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    I personally loved the INFJ profile on careerplanner. Spot on. http://www.careerplanner.com/Linder/...escription.cfm

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    This is singularly, the BEST ENTJ description ever read! Thanks for the providing the links, Eric.

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    I got INFP on it. It also said I may want to consider INFJ. I seem to be getting F results more often lately. I find it important to consider other peoples' feelings when making a decision, oftentimes more important than cold, hard logic.

    As usual, I scored high an I and N and just barely P. F was moderate, which surprised me.
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    Extraverted (E)
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    The difference in scores for these two preferences is very high and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is very high.

    Sensing (S)
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    The difference in scores for these two preferences is very high and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is very high.

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    The difference in scores for these two preferences is very high and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is very high.

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    The difference in scores for these two preferences is high and thus the confidence level that we have identified the correct preference is also high.

    I think the 4 question summary of the dichotomies is good!

    @SuchIrony, I could have answered more of the "considering others" questions as well. Again, I think it's very difficult for a Supine INTP, because the Supine does care about what others feel, but in my experience, it's more fear of consequence (such as "punishment", which is a big Supine trait), but in reality, I would rather do it according to what makes sense. In fact, the consequence motivation would all the more betray a Thinking preference, because it's more about you than the other people. Can you relate to this? (You might have to really ponder on what your motives are).
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    Someone asked me to link which ENTJ description that I was referring to, so here it is:

    http://www.careerplanner.com/Berens-...lfPortrait.cfm

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