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    Default Paragon Learning Style Inventory

    This MBTI uses the old fashioned pen and paper, but I'm curious to know how accurate it is. I scored ISxP.

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    It doesn't seem very accurate. It gave me a strong J preference, and a lot of the questions didn't make sense in terms of what they were trying to measure. For example, question 46 considers it a sign of intuition for you to start anywhere in a job and to figure things out as you go. This is actually a sign of Perceiving, which can be either intuitive or sensing. Really, the only accurate tests I've taken are the ones at the cognitive processes website. All of the rest place me as an INJ, and it's because they don't test for the eight functions that the four letters are supposed to represent.
    [ Ni > Ti > Fe > Fi > Ne > Te > Si > Se ][ 4w5 sp/sx ][ RLOAI ][ IEI-Ni ]

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    Could you recommend a decent free type test based on the functions?

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    This is the test that gives me the most accurate results, and other people who take it seem to like it, as well.
    [ Ni > Ti > Fe > Fi > Ne > Te > Si > Se ][ 4w5 sp/sx ][ RLOAI ][ IEI-Ni ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nunki View Post
    This is the test that gives me the most accurate results, and other people who take it seem to like it, as well.
    Thanks, I've been looking for this.

    Ahh! I tied in Fi and Ti as the top functions again. :steam: Quite odd considering that for ISTPs, Fi is supposed to be the least used function, and in ISFPs, Ti is supposed to be the least used function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Thanks, I've been looking for this.

    Ahh! I tied in Fi and Ti as the top functions again. :steam: Quite odd considering that for ISTPs, Fi is supposed to be the least used function, and in ISFPs, Ti is supposed to be the least used function.
    Hi Dis--

    If that site is to be believed, it challenges MBTI function orders.
    The top 3 function scores for me are virtually dead even:

    Ni
    Te
    Ne
    Se
    Si
    Fe
    Fi
    Ti


    And yet as usual, I get a score of ENTJ.
    There is no MBTI/ ENTJ with my functions.
    And people wonder why I don't list a type?
    Aw, c'mon now. Lol. Get serious.
    I don't have a problem with functions,
    I have a problem with MBTI claiming what a person's functions are,
    like some Nazi dictator
    . Heil Hitler!


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    I find this the most accurate and useful test. However, it does not seem to be currently available.
    Freud is 80% fraud, all except the E for Ego
    The difference between the Psi Cops (psychiatrists)
    and the Psi Corps (psychologists) is the R for Relationship.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    This MBTI uses the old fashioned pen and paper, but I'm curious to know how accurate it is. I scored ISxP.

    Link:

    take the PLSI
    That link no longer works.


    Quote Originally Posted by Polaris View Post
    This is the test that gives me the most accurate results, and other people who take it seem to like it, as well.

    Se: 9
    Si: 16
    Te: 17
    Ti: 21
    Fe: 8
    Fi: 10
    Ne: 19
    Ni: 13

    Pretty accurate for me.


    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    I find this the most accurate and useful test. However, it does not seem to be currently available.
    You have to manually total the number of boxes you checked off.
    INtp
    5w6 or 9w1 sp/so/sx, I think
    Ravenclaw/Hufflepuff
    Neutral Good
    LII-Ne




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    It didn't let me see my results, but overall more strongly on Ti then I did Ne. I think I'm an INTP. I eliminated Se because of the questions they asked on here. I reaffirmed by affinity for Ne, but I like reasoning more than ideas per se... I'm going Intro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by an hero View Post
    This MBTI uses the old fashioned pen and paper, but I'm curious to know how accurate it is. I scored ISxP.

    Link:

    take the PLSI
    The only test I think is accurate to any level at all.
    Freud is 80% fraud, all except the E for Ego
    The difference between the Psi Cops (psychiatrists)
    and the Psi Corps (psychologists) is the R for Relationship.


    Perseus

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