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    ISTJ -61%
    ISFJ - 73%
    INFJ - 51%
    INTJ - 39%
    ISTP - 50%
    ISFP - 77%
    INFP - 67%
    INTP - 40%
    ESTP - 57%
    ESFP - 69%
    ENFP - 47%
    ENTP - 35%
    ESTJ - 41%

    ESFJ - 68%
    ENFJ - 58%
    ENTJ - 31%
    I find it very interesting that most online tests type me as ISTP, but on this test, ISTP isn't anywhere near my top types.

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    wow i really liked this test

    ISTJ28%
    ISFJ28%
    INFJ72%
    INTJ
    72%
    ISTP50%
    ISFP50%
    INFP70%
    INTP70%
    ESTP36%
    ESFP36%
    ENFP80%
    ENTP80%

    ESTJ38%
    ESFJ38%
    ENFJ58%
    ENTJ58%

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    Been a while since I took this one, but of all the MBTI tests, this is one of my favourites since it has a mix of some choices that are very clear and some i have to think about and give a slight edge to one or the other. Carefully reading the questions and thinking about where along the scale of choice is important, and although it seems clear, I recall that the first time I did this, I was mis-reading the questions and got very mixed up results and got ones that were more correct after I re-took it paying more attention, so those who got very odd results, maybe try re-taking it just to be sure (of course it may have some glaring errors that show up more for some types too and that could also explain it). On the issue of annoyances and such, there were some where neither one really annoyed me, but one of them was something I would actualy respect ("if they won't compromise over their private convictions") so that made it clear that the opposite of that would annoy me the most even though it would not actualy btoher me too much. Its not about mutualy exclusive choices, its about preference, and I think thats very important to remember.



    Anyway... Here are my most recent results (which I find interesting (I seem to have hit on an exact even T/F split this time) and different from my previous results, but not completely surprising).

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    INFP - 84
    INTP - 84
    ISFP - 73
    ISTP - 73
    INFJ - 72
    INTJ - 72
    ENFP - 60
    ENTP - 60
    ISFJ - 48
    ISTJ - 48
    ESFP - 36
    ESTP - 36
    ENTJ - 35
    ENFJ - 35
    ESTJ - 24
    ESFJ - 24


    Another thing thats easy to overlook...
    The test will give you a code. On the left of the page there is a link labled "MMDI report formats" that is very easy to overlook. If you follow that link, there is an additional results format of "type dynamics" that shows scores in MBTI function format.

    Fi - 28
    Ti - 28
    Ni - 26
    Ne - 19
    Si - 16
    Se - 9
    Te - 7
    Fe - 7

    And for the sake of comparrison, here are the results from a year or so ago...

    INFP - 94%
    INFJ - 82%
    ENFP - 79%
    INTP - 75%
    ISFP - 74%
    INTJ - 73%
    ENTP - 70%
    ISTP - 55%
    ENFJ - 53%
    ISFJ - 38%
    ESFP - 35%
    ENTJ - 34%
    ESFJ - 33%
    ISTJ - 29%
    ESTP - 26%
    ESTJ - 14%

    Fi - 30
    Ni - 28
    Ne - 25
    Ti - 22
    Fe - 13
    Si - 10
    Se - 7
    Te - 5

    The noticable drop in Ne score from the previous results is rather interesting as is the increase in Ti and Si... Maybe I'm just even more introverted than normal today

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    One big reason I don't like this test is that one section is called "How do other people annoy you most?", and another is called "What irritates you most about other people?". It's stupid, it talks about what you like about other people, not what you are like yourself.

    So 8 of the 20 questions on this test are based on what kind of people you like. I generally like the personalities of F's a lot more than T's. That's not an accurate test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    One big reason I don't like this test is that one section is called "How do other people annoy you most?", and another is called "What irritates you most about other people?". It's stupid, it talks about what you like about other people, not what you are like yourself.

    So 8 of the 20 questions on this test are based on what kind of people you like. I generally like the personalities of F's a lot more than T's. That's not an accurate test.
    While I'd consider that a valid reason to dislike the test, I disagree with the notion that is a stupid thing to evaluate. I consider behaviour or others that either iritate us or are things we find acceptable to be a facet of us and our personalites. To say that too much weight is put on that (which I think is what you are gettign at) is reasonable, but to discount it completely would be a mistake in my opinion. As with any test, the results should be taken with a few grains of sand, but it is interesting to examine what flaws others see in it, and I think you are the first I've seend to be specific in your critique of the methodology of the test, so for that, I thank you.

    As for why I like the test, I think the results do a better job than any other test I've tried or reflecting my current mood whenever I take the test. It is perhaps a bit of a tangent, but for those that dislike the test for one reason or another, I'm curious if you have found a test that you consider well written and of exceptional accuracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TenebrousReflection View Post
    While I'd consider that a valid reason to dislike the test, I disagree with the notion that is a stupid thing to evaluate. I consider behaviour or others that either iritate us or are things we find acceptable to be a facet of us and our personalites. To say that too much weight is put on that (which I think is what you are gettign at) is reasonable, but to discount it completely would be a mistake in my opinion. As with any test, the results should be taken with a few grains of sand, but it is interesting to examine what flaws others see in it, and I think you are the first I've seend to be specific in your critique of the methodology of the test, so for that, I thank you.
    I don't know though, I don't think the type of people who you like/annoy you should be such a big part in determining your OWN personality type. That's the big flaw of this test.


    Quote Originally Posted by TenebrousReflection View Post
    As for why I like the test, I think the results do a better job than any other test I've tried or reflecting my current mood whenever I take the test. It is perhaps a bit of a tangent, but for those that dislike the test for one reason or another, I'm curious if you have found a test that you consider well written and of exceptional accuracy.
    I also don't like the fact that you have to adjust your own meter for the questions in the test, it's not just straight up multiple choice answers. Yeah, I think the following tests are far more accurate than this MMDI one:

    PersonalDNA | Your True Self Revealed - Fast Fun Free Personality Tests
    Personality Test and Types (Jungian Psychological Typology)
    Personality test based on Jung - Myers-Briggs typology
    Free Jung Personality Test

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    ISTJ 45% ISFJ 60% INFJ 73% INTJ 57%
    ISTP 35% ISFP 69% INFP75% INTP40%
    ESTP 35% ESFP 51% ENFP 63% ENTP 48%
    ESTJ 33% ESFJ 68% ENFJ 73% ENTJ 39%

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    I don't know though, I don't think the type of people who you like/annoy you should be such a big part in determining your OWN personality type. That's the big flaw of this test.
    When I re-read some of those questions they seem to be gettign at core ideas (I see the focus as being on "how" and "what" rather than specific other people) that certain types or functions would have a probability of prefering one over the other, but I'll agree that those type of questions making up 40% of the questions does put a lot of weight on them and having more questions of different varity to dilute the weight of those questions would be a way to improve it.

    I also don't like the fact that you have to adjust your own meter for the questions in the test, it's not just straight up multiple choice answers. Yeah, I think the following tests are far more accurate than this MMDI one:
    PersonalDNA | Your True Self Revealed - Fast Fun Free Personality Tests
    Ah, I forgot about that one, thats another favorite of mine, great test.
    A fun and interestign test to take and one where I do agree with the results.
    It won't help you determine your true MBTI type, but its still a test I'd recommend to anyone.

    Since it is a rather time consuming test, I did not re-take it, but I kept my results from a year or so ago.


    Personality Test and Types (Jungian Psychological Typology)
    That one requires an account to be created before taking the test. It may be free to do so, but does it offer something different or interesting that all the similar free no-account tests do not (a different approach, more innovative questions etc)?

    I may go back to it later, but for the moment, I'll skip it and refrain from additional comment (if I take it before my edit time expires I'll go back and revise this).

    Personality test based on Jung - Myers-Briggs typology

    According to this test I score as...

    INFJ - Introverted - 78, Intuitive - 75, Feeling - 12, Judging - 44

    It is VERY common for me to score a moderate to high J preference on a dichotomy based test (ones that score based off of I/E, S/N, T/F and J/P values). There is enough in the INFJ (and even INTJ) descriptions that fit me that for quite a while I did not have a good reason to examine other options and for a long time did beleive myself to be an INxJ of some kind. From time to time I still feel compelled to go back and re-read INFP and INFJ descriptions (specifically Fi and Fe descriptions) and talk to others of both type to re-evaluate myself, but the conclusion thus far has always been the same, so I'm left to conclude that the type sorter tests are inherently limited in their accuracy - they may get you within 1 letter of your type with fairly high accuracy, but I think thats the best one can expect from them.


    Its not a bad test as far as dichotomoy sorters go, but for tests like these to have value, they should stress the importance of following up the results by reading multiple type descriptions (specificaly all the "one-letter off" variants) and ideally (tho it may be asking too much) explaining functions, function orientation (Ti vs Te etc) and function order and stacking.

    Interestingly, this is something the MMDI does well, but if its giving you a very skewed answer to begin with, all the extra stuff like that still makes it less useful and meaningful to you than a generic result that is overall more accurate.

    Free Jung Personality Test

    My results from this one.

    Introverted (I) 83.33% Extroverted (E) 16.67%
    Intuitive (N) 70.59% Sensing (S) 29.41%
    Feeling (F) 54.05% Thinking (T) 45.95%
    Judging (J) 55.88% Perceiving (P) 44.12%
    Your type is: INFJ


    Again not a bad test as far as dichotomoy sorters go, but the repeated same false results for me may help illustrate why I find these tests to be more flawed than the MMDI. If I got equaly flawed results from the MMDI, I would probably consider it a novel approach to doing the same thing as other tests, but since it consistantly gets me more correclty than other tests I can't help but have higher regard for it than basic dichotomoy sorters.

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    ISTJ
    63% ISFJ
    70% INFJ
    70% INTJ
    63%
    ISTP
    54% ISFP
    71% INFP
    71% INTP

    54%
    ESTP
    38% ESFP
    45% ENFP
    45% ENTP
    38%
    ESTJ
    37% ESFJ
    54% ENFJ
    54% ENTJ

    I don't pay attention to tests that much. I like descriptions much better.
    Sometimes I feel like I'm "on Mercury"-

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    I like the way this test gives results! It's the first one I've seen (as far as I remember) that gives you percentages for all the types. It's also the first one that's given me a high Ni score and a low Ne score. And yet I still have no idea how Ni works.

    Basic Report Results
    INFJ - 65%
    INFP - 65%
    ISFP - 64%
    ISFJ - 62%
    INTJ - 59%
    ISTJ - 57%
    ENFJ - 56%
    ESFJ - 55%
    INTP - 53%
    ISTP - 52%
    ENFP - 51%
    ESFP - 49%
    ENTP - 46%
    ENTJ - 44%
    ESTJ - 43%
    ESTP - 43%

    Type Dynamics Results
    Fi - 22
    Ni - 21
    Si - 20
    Fe - 18
    Ti - 17
    Ne - 15
    Se - 14
    Te - 13

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