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    I think an ENFP could be a very good doctor. Your Ne could be excellent in determining what is wrong with a patient allowing you to succeed where more Si orientated doctors would still be scratching their head trying to assess the facts. Plus the extraversion will help you build rapport with other doctors and patients.

    However I would recommend you make sure this is what you want to do with your life. Would med school be a path you value? Would your Ne be willing to play ball?

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