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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol_ View Post
    I took this test.

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    That's basically ISTP. I took that one a long time ago, and it was the first to give me a definite INTP (like your results, but with "ideas" instead of "facts").
    I didn't even realize they had their own names of the 16types.
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    I'm a big thinker (ENTP)

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    "Jung Typology Test by HumanMetrics" says: "Your type formula according to Carl Jung and Isabel Myers-Briggs typology" ... sounds like a contradiction to me.
    are any of these tests 100% based on functions and zero % based on 4 letter dichotomy?

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    i took this one Functional Preferences Instrument by John Fudjack and Patricia Dinkelaker

    it is based on functions, but apparently not so much concerned with their directions. primarily, it tries to sort them by preference.

    my result is N17 F9 T8 S3 = (infx ...NiFe)

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    Jung test:

    Your Type is
    ENTJ

    You are:

    distinctively expressed extravert
    very expressed intuitive personality
    moderately expressed thinking personality
    slightly expressed judging personality

    Skeletus Personality Test

    Questions answered: 70 / 70
    Your type is: ENTJ
    Score: E(+8) - N(+18) - T(+10) - J(+2)
    Temperament: NT

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    Weird -- must be something in the air today.

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    Your Gray-Wheelwright-Winer Type Indicator test 4 letter type is:

    INTJ

    Use the following table to understand your raw scores on the Gray-Wheelwright-Winer Type Indicator Test
    E/I score......E = 2....I = 8
    S/N score....S = 5....N = 15
    T/F score.....T = 16...F = 4
    J/P score.....J = 16...P = 4

    Main Characteristics

    INTJs are the most self-confident of all types, having "self-power" awareness. Found in about 1 percent of the general population, the INTJs live in an introspective reality, focusing on possibilities, using thinking in the form of empirical logic, and preferring that events and people serve some positive use. Decisions come naturally to INTJs' once a decision is made, INTJs are at rest. INTJs look to the future rather than the past, and a word which captures the essence of INTJs is builder - a builder of systems and the applier of theoretical models.

    To INTJs authority based on position, rank, title, or publication has absolutely no force. This type is not likely to succumb to he magic of slogans, watchwords, or shibboleths. If an idea or position makes sense to an INTJ, it will be adopted, if it doesn't, it won't, regardless of who took the position or generated the idea. As with the INTP, authority per se does not impress the INTJ.

    INTJs do, however, tend to conform to rules if they are useful, not because they believe in them, or because they make sense, but because of their unique view of reality. They are the supreme pragmatists, who see reality as something which is quite arbitrary and made up. Thus it can be used as a tool - or ignored. Reality is quite malleable and can be changed, conquered, or brought to heel. Reality is a crucible for the refining of ideas, and in this sense, INTJs are the most theoretical of all the types. Where an ESTP sees ideas as the pawn of reality, an INTJ sees reality as the pawn of ideas: No idea is too farfetched to be entertained. INTJs are natural brainstormers, always open to new concepts and, in fact, aggressively seeking them.

    INTJs manipulate the world of theory as if on a gigantic chess board, always seeking strategies and tactics that have high payoff. In their penchant for logic, the INTJs resemble the INTPs. The logic of an INTJ, however, is not confined to the expressible logical. Unlike INTPs, INTJs need only to have a vague, intuitive impression of the unexpressed logic of a system to continue surely on their way. Things need only seem logical; this is entirely sufficient. Moreover, they always have a keen eye for the consequence of the application of new ideas or positions. They can be quite ruthless in the implementation of systems, seldom counting personal cost in terms of time and energy. Theories which cannot be made to work are quickly discarded by the INTJs.

    To understand INTJs, their way of dealing with ideas should be observed closely. Their conscious thought is extraverted and empirical. Hence, they are better at generalizing, classifying, summarizing, adducing evidence, proving, and demonstrating than are the INTPs. The INTJs are somewhat less at home with pure reason, that is, systemic logic, where principles are explicit. In this respect they resemble the ENTJs. The INTJs, rather than using deductive logic, use their intuition to grasp coherence.

    Career

    INTJs can be very single-minded at times; this can be either a weakness or a strength in their careers, for they can ignore the points of view and wishes of others. INTJs usually rise to positions of responsibility, for they work long and hard and are steady in their pursuit of goals, sparing neither time nor effort on their part or that of their colleagues and employees.

    INTJs live to see systems translated into substance; an INTP, by way of contrast, is content to design the system. In both these types, however, coherence is the master. Both internal and external consistency are important, and if an INTJ finds that he or she is in a working situation where overlapping functions, duplication of effort, inefficient paper flow, and waste of human and material resources abound, the INTJ cannot rest until an effort is made to correct the situation. Cost-effectiveness is a concept which has a strong imperative for INTJs, who frequently select occupations in engineering, particularly human engineering. They also can be found in the physical sciences, in roles which require development, such as curriculum building, and, in general, any job which requires the creation and application of technology to complex areas.

    Fellow workers of INTJs often feel as if the INTJ can see right through them, and often believe that the INTJ finds them wanting. This tendency of people to feel transparent in the presence of the INTJ often result in relationships which have psychological distance. Thus colleagues find the INTJ apparently unemotional and, at times, cold and dispassionate. Because of their tendency to drive others as hard as they do themselves, INTJs often seem demanding and difficult to satisfy. INTJs are high achievers in school and on the job. On the job, they take the goals of an institution seriously and continually strive to respond to these goals. They make dedicated, loyal employees whose loyalties are directed toward the system, rather than toward individuals within the system. So as the people of an institution come and go, the

    INTJs have little difficulty - unlike the NFs, who have their loyalties involved more with persons than offices. INTJs tend, ordinarily, to verbalize the positive and eschew comments of a negative nature; they are more interested in moving an institution forward than commiserating about mistakes of the past.

    Home

    As mates, INTJs want harmony and order in the home and in relationships. They are the most independent of all types. They will trust their intuitions about others when making choices of friends and mates, even in the face of contradictory evidence and pressures applied by others. The emotions of an INTJ are hard to read, and neither male nor female INTJ is apt to express emotional reactions. At times, both will seem cold, reserved, and unresponsive, while in fact INTJs are almost hypersensitive to signals of rejection from those for whom they care. In social situations, INTJs may also be unresponsive and may neglect to observe small rituals designed to put others at their ease. For example, INTJs may communicate that time is wasted if used for idle dialogue, and thus people receive a sense of hurry from an INTJ which is not always intended. In their interpersonal relationships, INTJs are usually better in a working situation than in recreational situations. They do not enjoy physical contact except with a chosen few.

    As parents, INTJs are dedicated and single minded in their devotion: Their children are a major focus in life. They are supportive of their children and tend to allow them to develop in directions of their own choosing. INTJs usually are firm and consistent in their discipline and rarely care to repeat directions given to children or others. Being the most independent all the types, they have a strong need for autonomy; indifference or criticism from people in general does not particularly bother INTJs, if they believe that they are right. They also have a strong need for privacy.

    The most important preference of an INTJ is intuition, but this is seldom seen. Rather, the function of thinking is used to deal with the world and with people. INTJs are vulnerable in the emotional area and may make serious mistakes here.

    Midlife

    At midlife the feeling side of personality should be given much attention by the INTJ, who can work at expanding his or her abilities to respond to wishes and feelings of others. They may also do well to turn more attention to the sensory side of their natures, attempting to get in touch with the joys of good food, good beverages, social rituals, kinesthetic experiences, and play. The "wasting" of time in play is an appropriate target as a midlife task for INTJs who can take lessons from an SP, especially an ESP, in the art of enjoying the pleasures of life.

    Mates


    Wishing to control nature, the INTJ "scientist" probably has more difficulty than all other types in making up his or her mind in mate selection. Even mate selection must be done in a scientific way. It may well be that the narratives, plays, and films impugning the "rational and objective" approach to mating have as their target our thorough-going scientist INTJ. Nevertheless, when young, the INTJ is attracted to the free-wheeling, spontaneous, fun-loving "entertainer" ESFP. But the INTJ requires that mating meet certain criteria, else it is not undertaken. So the INTJ doesn't often go through with what is begun by natural attraction. Since he or she proceeds in a rational and methodical way, the selection of a similar temperament is more likely than selection of opposite, following the assumption that those who are similar ought to do well together. The INTJ "scientist" is also attracted to the ENFP "journalist," probably because of the enthusiastic, effervescent, and apparently spontaneous enjoyment and wonderment this type exudes - the very antitheses of the careful, thoughtful exactitude of the INTJ.

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    Skeletus

    Questions answered: 70 / 70
    Your type is: ENFP
    Score: E(+2) - N(+4) - F(+12) - P(+16)
    Temperament: NF

    Gray-Wheelwright-Winer


    ESFP

    Use the following table to understand your raw scores on the Gray-Wheelwright-Winer Type Indicator Test
    E/I score S/N score T/F score J/P score
    E = 7 S = 11 T = 3 J = 5
    I = 3 N = 9 F = 17 P = 15

    SHRINKWHERE


    EXTROVERTED INTUITIVE FEELING PERCEIVING - ENFP

    E=23 I=15 S=12 N=17 T=15 F=21 J=4 P= 28

    Personality Test Center

    Your personality type is ENFP

    Kisa

    Your personality type is ENFP.
    Extraverted (E) 54% Introverted (I) 46%
    Intuitive (N) 55% Sensing (S) 45%
    Feeling (F) 85% Thinking (T) 15%
    Perceiving (P) 95% Judging (J) 5%

    DDLI


    wolfy's scores on the main set of questions:

    Extraversion (E) 31 (I)4 Introversion
    Sensing (S) 10 (N)60 iNtuition
    Thinking (T) 0 (F)49 Feeling
    Judging (J) 3 (P)45 Perceiving

    You scored as an ENFP.

    Fudjack/Dinkelaker Functional Preferences Instrument


    intuiting =16
    sensing =4
    feeling =12
    thinking =5

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    Skeletus Personality Test
    Questions answered: 70 / 70
    Your type is: ENTJ
    Score: E(+2) - N(+10) - T(+4) - J(+12)
    Temperament: NT
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