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    yup, i'm horrible with names, though i have a great memory with numbers. ENFP speaking.
    Quote Originally Posted by raine_lynn View Post
    F types don't always remember names. Or even faces. Trust me on this. Especially NFs, or maybe particularly Fi-users.

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    Nice thread I picked some of the more interesting questions to answer. Analyse 'em to your heart's content!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Bubble View Post
    1. Your eyes fall upon a long line of guitars in a shop window. Pick the thought process most suitable on first sight:

    S: They're all different shapes, sizes and colours. All of them have their own separate features.
    N: They're all the same entity; instruments that are capable of creating sounds for playing music.
    Sorry, can't choose. I don't think these qualify as type related thought processes at all. Much too simple and basic processes. At least, when I look at them, I see what they look like (S) and at the same time I know what they're used for as a category (N...?!?!). In a normal person's brain, category recognition should come very fast after building the visual representation in the visual cortex. Since when does recognising an object's category count as iNtuition? I will add though that for me it's easier to have a very good visual representation than naming objects fast, I'm great at drawing; otoh, I can deal with an object without naming it and would easily know that the guitars in the shop window are all used to play music.


    2a. (S) In which area of life are you more inclined to place some sense of order onto?

    J: The exterior world. (I allow my thoughts to be more directionless and free-flowing.)
    P: My thoughts. (Not as much exertion on the exterior as I can fit around whatever comes up.)
    I can do either, depending on my mood. I mean, I sometimes like the idea of putting things in order in my apartment... and I actually do it sometimes, haha. My thoughts aren't necessarily ordered either but they can be and I can like that.


    2b. (N) Which attitude leads you through life the most?

    T: Detached 'truth', which is separate from myself and I don't like to mix the two.
    F: My own person values and morality. I remain undetached from these most of the time and they motivate me.
    Definitely the truth thingie. Not that I'm completely amoral or anything but it's not something very personal for me.

    ==> T is the only letter to be determined from this set of questions


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pushbeat View Post
    Ok, how about this one.

    Recall how you learn at school. What did you commonly prefer for lessons that went easily?
    - first the facts, then build a bigger picture (S)
    - first the bigger picture, then seek for relevant facts (N)
    The former (S). How do you first do the bigger picture without knowing anything about the topic yet?


    Recall the last 3 important decisions you've made. What did you prefer in 2 or 3 times (even if you did actually something else)?
    - harmony before truth (F)
    - truth before harmony (T)
    Truth before harmony (T), definitely. Causes me issues all the time


    Look at your working place. How do you normally find it when you start to work or learn?
    - it is clean or at least organised in a way somebody else can find anything (J)
    - it is in a working-state, I know were everything is (P)
    The latter, definitely!

    ==> SP/ST based on this set of questions


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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    1 Does philosophy bore and confuse you?
    yes S no N
    No.

    I can sometimes go upset over how stupid certain philosophy ideas or reasonings are, though. Then others are great, inspiring, deep, etc., so overall it's okay


    2 Are you more:
    boring: SJ
    hedonistic: SP
    Neither particularly much but hedonistic still sounds better than boring, ha.


    3 Would you rather:
    have a pet unicorn: NF
    become a computer programmer: NT
    The former would be fun, the latter would be a way of creating things and earning money on the side MMMmmm, hard to choose but I'll go for the latter as I can have fun other ways too, then.

    ==> NT from this set of questions


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pushbeat View Post
    My questions

    Question 1: If you study a subject, what are you interested in?
    A. The pure facts and how you can use these practically (S)
    B. What you can do with the subject and the theory behind the facts (N)
    I'm interested in theory and facts too, together. But best if I can use it too for some project of mine. More motivation -> I will learn more material that way.


    Question 2 for an S: What's you favorite way of things in life?
    A. Matters should be plain, you want clearness (J)
    B. Nice to have some space for unexpected things (P)
    B is a bit better.


    Question 2 for an N: What do you consider when you make a decision?
    A. You objectively weigh pros and cons (T)
    B. You consider how your decision affect you or others (F)
    A first.

    ==> SP/ST from this set of questions


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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Do you find yourself thinking abstractly often?
    1. Yes: N
    2. No: S
    What counts as "often"? I can think abstractly and enjoy it at times and then other times I don't do much of it because I'm busy with something else.


    1N. A. Do you find yourself feeling the weight of the emotional world on your shoulders or B) the weight of potential progress in systems more?
    A: F
    B: T
    B


    1S: A. Would you rather write directions for someone or B) get lost in the woods and survive, take pictures, etc.
    A. J
    B. P
    B! Definitely! Lol

    ==> T and P from this set of questions


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    1- If you were forced to watch a single channel for an entire day, and you had to choose between Discovery Channel or ESPN, which one would you pick?
    -Discovery Channel (N)
    -ESPN (S)
    Both, switch between them at times. (Depending on specific topic)
    Alright, if I really have to choose, make it the former option.


    2a- What are you planning to do today?
    -I was thinking about maybe going out, perhaps to the club, what do you think? (P)
    -Going to the club, 8 pm. Interested? (J)
    Varies. Sometimes I have specific times to do things, sometimes not. Though, when it's specific it's changeable... so make it P overall.


    2b- Define love.
    A- What do you mean? (T)
    B- *Comes up an speech about parental love, platonic love, romantic love, and also lust* (F)
    T, lol!!

    ==> NT/P from this set of questions


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    Quote Originally Posted by Porcelain Hearts View Post
    Relationships require both of these things but which is more important?
    a) commitment (S)
    b) compatibility (N)
    What does that have to do with the S/N dichotomy?!

    Anyway, for me, commitment follows (well, would follow) compatibility.


    You're on your way to a party and your friend asks if he/she can join. You:
    a) call and ask to bring a guest (J)
    b) say of course and bring the guest (P)
    Depends on who the host is

    ==> N from this set of questions (though not very usable)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pushbeat View Post
    I know this may sound stupid. But will all F's actually answer 'empathetic' to this question?
    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    I would definitely choose rational. Which proves beyond a doubt I'm XNTP. So ha. Unless I'm in the 5%.
    I'd probably pick rational too. But I can't speak for all T's. I'm sure there are some who'd choose empathetic. I see both as desirable qualities to have.

    [QUOTE=LunaLuminosity;2041015]1. Do unicorns exist on other worlds?

    What kind of crazy question is this? Unicorns don't exist at all (S)

    Maybe. Depends on what is meant by existence and worlds (N)

    2A.) (if S) Would you go to a party on a unicorn-inhabited planet if it existed?

    These unicorn questions are a waste of time (J)

    Heck yes! (P)


    2B.) (if N) Would unicorns make the world a better place?

    No, the existence of them would make them yet another animal to hunt and exploit (F).

    That's irrelevant, we can devise unicorn robots now (T).QUOTE]

    NT by this

    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    And for those who want to try to use this test to find their full 4-letter type:

    0.) Would you rather?

    Read a book about unicorns (I)

    Entertain a crowd with a story involving unicorns (E)


    :P
    Definitely an I

    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    Typology is good for parlor games:
    1) Which is worse?
    A) Headaches --> 2a) Do you prefer sure footing or being unrestrained?
    B) Stress --> 2b) Do you prefer love or truth?
    Quote Originally Posted by Pushbeat View Post
    Ok, how about this one.

    Recall how you learn at school. What did you commonly prefer for lessons that went easily?
    - first the facts, then build a bigger picture (S)
    - first the bigger picture, then seek for relevant facts (N)

    Recall the last 3 important decisions you've made. What did you prefer in 2 or 3 times (even if you did actually something else)?
    - harmony before truth (F)
    - truth before harmony (T)

    Look at your working place. How do you normally find it when you start to work or learn?
    - it is clean or at least organised in a way somebody else can find anything (J)
    - it is in a working-state, I know were everything is (P)
    Weak preferences on the last two. I like harmony almost as much truth and I am reasonably neat.
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    @wonders, do you know your MBTI-type? Probably more T than F, I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pushbeat View Post
    @wonders, do you know your MBTI-type? Probably more T than F, I guess.
    Yeah, probably more T than F. You can look at my typeme thread for more info, it's at "some xxTP" so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonders View Post
    Yeah, probably more T than F. You can look at my typeme thread for more info, it's at "some xxTP" so far.
    Haha good summary. I really think you could go either way on the first two, though I'm leaning toward E.

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