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  1. #111
    Senior Member Lacey's Avatar
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    Introversion (I): 19 versus Extroversion (E): 2
    Sensing (S): 4 versus Intuition (N): 14
    Thinking (T): 11 versus Feeling (F): 9
    Judging (J): 0 versus Perceiving (P): 17

    INTP

    Yeah, in my case, at least, it's not any better or worse than any other test. I usually test pretty strong on I, N, and P, and then my T/F is almost 50-50.

    LOL at the type description at the bottom of the results page for INFP: "A sense of honour - somewhat lost in life." That's me.

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    Introversion (I): 19 versus Extroversion (E): 4
    Sensing (S): 4 versus Intuition (N): 18
    Thinking (T): 12 versus Feeling (F): 16
    Judging (J): 8 versus Perceiving (P): 16

    Making your MBTI code:
    INFP

    INFP...
    I hope I'm wrong, but I believe that he is a fraud, and I think despite all of his rhetoric about being a champion of the working class, it will turn out to be hollow -- Bernie Sanders on Trump

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    Results

    Introversion (I): 17
    versus
    Extroversion (E): 4
    Sensing (S): 9
    versus
    Intuition (N): 15
    Thinking (T): 13
    versus
    Feeling (F): 10
    Judging (J): 4
    versus
    Perceiving (P): 18
    Making your MBTI code:

    I N T P
    Ti>Ne>Si>Te>Fi>Ni>Se=Fe

    And yes, there are such things as INTPs who overuse emoticons

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    Results : ISFP

    Introversion (I): 14
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    Extroversion (E): 12
    Sensing (S): 13
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    Intuition (N): 12
    Thinking (T): 8
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    Feeling (F): 11
    Judging (J): 6
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    Perceiving (P): 14

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    Gah, INFP. Preposterous... I am simply an INTP who understands that pseudo-justice and lack of empathy lead to a lower quality of life. What's wrong with being concerned with the feelings of others? Being nice? It's rather logical if you ask me.
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    What were your F and T numbers? The numbers could be screwed up, but if your T was still high, you could very well maintain that you're an INTP. I guess?

    I don't believe I fall into the dreamy "hippy" profile of what ISFPs are supposed to be, but perhaps that's just a problem with the descriptions.

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    I got:

    Results: INFP

    Introversion (I): 14 versus Extroversion (E): 4
    Sensing (S): 12 versus Intuition (N): 15
    Thinking (T): 11 versus Feeling (F): 17
    Judging (J): 10 versus Perceiving (P): 12

    Holy...crap...

    I'll chock it up to feeling sick and shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    What were your F and T numbers? The numbers could be screwed up, but if your T was still high, you could very well maintain that you're an INTP. I guess?

    I don't believe I fall into the dreamy "hippy" profile of what ISFPs are supposed to be, but perhaps that's just a problem with the descriptions.
    It came out 11T 12F. I'm definitely very people focused, but people who know me would laugh at the idea that I was anything but a T.
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    Introversion (I): 20 versus Extroversion (E): 8
    Sensing (S): 10 versus Intuition (N): 20
    Thinking (T): 12 versus Feeling (F): 8
    Judging (J): 5 versus Perceiving (P): 19



    I think my visual preference tends to screw things up. These tests don't manage to capture my S qualities, that I'm sure I have.

    Interesting test and questions, put 2 crosses on almost every question.

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    most accurate?!?

    IxTP?!

    at least it got my extreme perceiving function correct I guess, I scored a zero for judging
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