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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    Not necessarily - I don't think that whether we are "proud" of things necessarily means anything. There are, for example, individuals who "take pride" in their skills in logic and reasoning, but who are not all that logical or reasonable.
    I don't know where else to go with it. "I do it easily," "I take pride in doing it," "I enjoy it," ?

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    I'm not sure but this test looks considerably longer than it did yesterday.

    If keeping it simple was a goal, do these extra questions add enough accuracy to the test in a way that makes up for it being a longer and less simple test?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    I'm not sure but this test looks considerably longer than it did yesterday.

    If keeping it simple was a goal, do these extra questions add enough accuracy to the test in a way that makes up for it being a longer and less simple test?
    Uhhh...It still has exactly the same number of questions and options, man! Ganj got you by the cojones?

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    Nuance and subtlety are the hallmarks of NPism? I don't think so.

    NP is about a focus on possibilities/imagination/abstraction/the unseen as opposed to the here and now/concrete/reality/closure.

    3d is still wrong.
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I don't know where else to go with it. "I do it easily," "I take pride in doing it," "I enjoy it," ?
    I think that NPs use the nuances more obviously. For me, the nuance may or may not result in any particular action, but I feel it in my bones. I think that there's a consciousness issue here--what we use on the surface, what we use beneath it. Does that make sense?

    Maybe -

    I depend on nuance and subtlety to gain information about my surroundings (It's active... I don't know if it works yet for me)

    I enjoy exploring nuance and subtlety (this is the one that I would definitely put below "I am concerned...")
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    I think that NPs use the nuances more obviously. For me, the nuance may or may not result in any particular action, but I feel it in my bones. I think that there's a consciousness issue here--what we use on the surface, what we use beneath it. Does that make sense?

    Maybe -

    I depend on nuance and subtlety to gain information about my surroundings (It's active... I don't know if it works yet for me)

    I enjoy exploring nuance and subtlety (this is the one that I would definitely put below "I am concerned...")
    The second one has merit, I think, but the first one, with its mention of "surroundings" is bad business for S/N differentiation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    The second one has merit, I think, but the first one, with its mention of "surroundings" is bad business for S/N differentiation.
    well, maybe "the world" instead of "surroundings." you're right about that.

    I like the second one better for your purposes, though. The reason for this is that it expresses preference of use. Like, sure... I like exploring nuance and subtlety and do it a lot, but I'm more concerned with ethics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    well, maybe "the world" instead of "surroundings." you're right about that.

    I like the second one better for your purposes, though. The reason for this is that it expresses preference of use. Like, sure... I like exploring nuance and subtlety and do it a lot, but I'm more concerned with ethics.
    This is where I am right now, and it's not final:

    I easily pick up on nuance and subtletly, and explore the hypothetical.

    Add: Or this:

    I am concerned with nuance, the subtle, and the hypothetical.

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    5.

    a. I am naturally sympathetic.
    b. I tend to be correct, in academic matters.


    I like the wording on some of these questions. But with 5b, "in academic matters" seems too narrow of a choice. Not all Ts are academic, and this could push them away from the answer enough to were they would answer 5a, especially if they aren't a strong T. And very academic Fs might be drawn to 5b in some cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    5.

    a. I am naturally sympathetic.
    b. I tend to be correct, in academic matters.


    I like the wording on some of these questions. But with 5b, "in academic matters" seems too narrow of a choice. Not all Ts are academic, and this could push them away from the answer enough to were they would answer 5a, especially if they aren't a strong T. And very academic Fs might be drawn to 5b in some cases.
    What word would you replace academic with?

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