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    INTP. Had INTJ, INFP, ENTP, INFJ, and ISTP listed as secondary options.
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    I tested as ENFJ... close enough for a beta, but I'm probably not an ENFJ. Unless of course I've been severely pressured into not using Fe throughout my life... But I don't really think so.

    Also, it said that ENFJ's are "happier in situations where their morality is compromised?" Did you let a very bitter IxTP write that description?

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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    I tested as ENFJ... close enough for a beta, but I'm probably not an ENFJ. Unless of course I've been severely pressured into not using Fe throughout my life... But I don't really think so.

    Also, it said that ENFJ's are "happier in situations where their morality is compromised?" Did you let a very bitter IxTP write that description?
    I noticed that too, but I just disregarded it, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meanlittlechimp View Post
    I don't like reticent and garrulous because I'm not sure what % of the population knows what those words mean. I guess we could have a third option - don't know what those mean I see you're point about the format.
    Oh, understood. I was being silly. MBTI fans, however, can usually spot the purpose most questions and are faced with a new choice: that between honesty and projection.

    I get your point though of doing more original questions. I had a tight deadline to get them done and just wanted to test the algorithm before I put enough time into the questions.
    Certainly. I was unaware of the systems underpinning "20 Questions," and am very impressed.

    On the other hand, it will probably help to have "experts" train it first. ...Anybody with specific question or description suggestions can post them here or PM them to me! I'm more than happy to add them in!
    Yes. That's the catch with my suggestions. Neither I nor most participants here know with any expertise how inclinations precisely measure functions. Over the years I have played around with alternate questions, though with hesitation, due to a lack of understanding of the theory.

    But as you note, if the AI can induct those measurements itself based on response patterns -- by all means, let it!

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    I just took it twice. The first time I got INTP with ENFJ as a backup. The second time I got INFP with no backup. So I'm really no closer than I ever was to finding my true type. Still, nice test!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I just took it twice. The first time I got INTP with ENFJ as a backup. The second time I got INFP with no backup. So I'm really no closer than I ever was to finding my true type. Still, nice test!
    Of course, life (=brain) is elastic.
    And the life with Noah has made you an INTP.

    But you had the promise all along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Of course, life (=brain) is elastic.
    And the life with Noah has made you an INTP.

    But you had the promise all along.
    I thought you didn't think one's type could change in one's lifetime?

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    I got INFJ and INFP. Chose INFJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meanlittlechimp View Post
    Just finished the beta of my new mbti test. The idea is to make it shorter and more accurate using machine learning algorithms similar to 20Q.net Inc.
    I've said this privately but I have to say it publicly as well:

    meanlittlechimp, this is spectacular. I'm sure that your test will become eerily accurate and wildly popular, significantly accelerating the diffusion of the MBTI gospel - and earning you a nice bit of money. Thank you and congratulations!

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    I got INTJ with ENTJ as a secondary option.

    I don't understand, though, the test didn't seem much different than any of the other online tests. Can someone explain to me the innovation?

    And is the real MBTI supposed to be short like that?

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