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    Senior Member Mal12345's Avatar
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    Interesting, a test that allows me to select more than one answer per question.

    I scored ISTP, but S was 10 and N was 9. For one thing, I don't particularly 'see the possibilities around me.' And on my very first MBTI test back in the 1980s, my S and N scores were dead even.
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    Introversion (I): 9 versus Extroversion (E): 9
    Sensing (S): 7 versus Intuition (N): 19
    Thinking (T): 9 versus Feeling (F): 8
    Judging (J): 5 versus Perceiving (P): 15

    Making your MBTI code: X N T P


    Maybe this one is pretty accurate (How are we supposed to judge that part anyway?)

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    No surprises, the results are about what I would expect:

    Introversion (I): 10 versus Extroversion (E): 15
    Sensing (S): 12 versus Intuition (N): 19
    Thinking (T): 11 versus Feeling (F): 9
    Judging (J): 3 versus Perceiving (P): 17

    Making your MBTI code:

    E N T P

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    Introversion (I): 9 versus Extroversion (E): 9
    Sensing (S): 7 versus Intuition (N): 19
    Thinking (T): 9 versus Feeling (F): 8
    Judging (J): 5 versus Perceiving (P): 15

    Making your MBTI code: X N T P


    Maybe this one is pretty accurate (How are we supposed to judge that part anyway?)
    From what I've always heard, accuracy is judged by reading your type description to see if it matches up. But the lack of ambiverted types in the MBTI would make this very difficult, unless perhaps your personality traits match those of two (or more) type descriptions, as in your case, maybe INTP and ENFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarryKnights View Post
    I actually thought the questions on this test were challenging. For many of them - no one answer fit. Thus I am surprised they got it right.
    Luckily, you can choose up to two answers per question.
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    Introversion (I): 10 versus Extroversion (E): 10
    Sensing (S): 18 versus Intuition (N): 7
    Thinking (T): 4 versus Feeling (F): 10
    Judging (J): 5 versus Perceiving (P): 19

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    EXFJ.

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    Introversion (I): 17 Extroversion (E): 0
    Sensing (S): 4 Intuition (N): 15
    Thinking (T): 5 Feeling (F): 2
    Judging (J): 0 Perceiving (P): 17

    INTP

    Interesting. Maybe I should stop fighting it already, Heh. I'm not sure if I should be offended at how low my Thinking and Feeling are, though.
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    Introversion (I): 19 versus Extroversion (E): 4
    Sensing (S): 14 versus Intuition (N): 9
    Thinking (T): 12 versus Feeling (F): 3
    Judging (J): 5 versus Perceiving (P): 14
    Going by dichotomies, fair. Not by functions.
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    Results
    Introversion (I): 13 versus Extroversion (E): 7
    Sensing (S): 18 versus Intuition (N): 5
    Thinking (T): 15 versus Feeling (F): 12
    Judging (J): 16 versus Perceiving (P): 13

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    I S T J
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    Main type: 1 (The Reformer = Gut = Rational-Idealistic) Wing types: 1w9 > 2w1 > 5w6
    Instinctual variant stacking: so/sp

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