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    I did it for myself as a child, from what I can remember. I got INJ. Interesting...

    I don't have children myself, but might do this for my nephews, and nieces later. procrastination is an art form.

    I do think people's personalities can change. Esp. since a child. I think events, and circumstances can make somebody change.

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    I took it based on my behavior and motives as a kid.

    My results:


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    I only left one question blank and it said I'd 'left too many blank or didn't know' a lot. I don't think I did 'Don't Know' on any of them

    I'd probably have to take this test twice though, once with answers from my early childhood years, say up to 6th grade, and then again from 6th through graduation. I changed an aweful lot in those years.
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    I only left one question blank and it said I'd 'left too many blank or didn't know' a lot. I don't think I did 'Don't Know' on any of them
    It also does that if the results are too conflicting and there's a tie between two letters. You have to change some of them for it to work.

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    As a child, I was:

    Congratulations, you scored IFP !

    It's because I was so shy as a child, I'm sure....
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    So my oldest daughter is ISJ, ISFJ I dare to say.
    Different as that is to my type, I like it :
    Vanitas vanitatum omnia vanitas

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    Portrait of an IFP Child
    What a surprise, I would have never guessed. I was pretty rough as far as I remember though...
    Sometimes I feel like I'm "on Mercury"-

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    I did this one a while back for my son, and he came out ENP, change one answer and ESP.

    I did a different, more lengthy one more recently and it showed him as ESTP. Of course, it's me filling it out, not him, so there's obviously my bias it's filtered through, but I asked him some questions on another site and it's pretty obvious he fits the SP temperament best, with NT as a distant second.

    Oh, he's almost ten by the way.
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    My 9-year-old daughter's result is ENP. This would surprise no one who knows her- she's like the quintessential ENFP, although I understand T/F is not supposed to differentiate until later. If you knew her you'd understand, though.

    There were too many homework-related questions to get a result for my 4-year-old son.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    ...I did a different, more lengthy one more recently...
    If you don't mind me asking... do you have a link to this or was this not online?

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