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    Counsellor

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    INTP/Strategist

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    The picture thing was weird.
    They actually assumed that people would do only one of the 4 options?!

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    Interestingly different test.

    Called me ISTP/Resolver

    "Good at getting to the heart of a problem and quickly finding a solution
    Make rational decisions using the facts available
    Think of themselves as understanding, stable and easy-going
    May focus on short-term results and lose sight of the big picture"

    Fair 'nuff.

    "Resolvers are independent people who quietly learn how things work by analysing large amounts of information. Should a problem arise, they solve it with as little fuss as possible."

    This sounds pretty solid.

    "Resolvers are only interested in abstract ideas, if they can be used to solve a problem quickly."

    Hrm. Not so much -- I have a pretty wide range of reading/study that doesn't necessarily have a practical use.

    "Many of them seek jobs and pastimes that put them in harms way and guarantee an adrenaline rush."

    Heh, have actually commented about the direction I've taken my career that I am a bit of an adrenaline junkie.

    "Resolvers are often tolerant of behaviour different to their own as long as their values aren't compromised. They sometimes give the impression that they agree with other peoples' viewpoints because they don't actively disagree."

    I -really- relate to this bit. I think a flip side to that is how often people seem to understand how I can disagree... yet not particularly care. (Also coming to mind is the 'Just because I don't agree doesn't mean I don't -understand-' theme.)

    "In situations where they can't use their talents or are unappreciated, Resolvers may become cynical, negatively critical or put off decisions. Under extreme stress, Resolvers could be prone to inappropriate, tearful outbursts."

    'Tearful' is a bit much... But I can smack on things.

    "Resolvers are quiet and sometimes it is difficult to get to know them; however, they often talk freely about subjects they understand well."

    'Talk freely' to the 'Who put a quarter in THAT guy?' extent, heh.

    I like this one.

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    Maybe, except for the adrenaline part and the limited interest in abstract ideas.

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    Strategist - INTP?

    The problem was they seemed to think that
    Head = speaking your mind
    Heart = only caring about what people think of you.

    Which I happen to disagree with.
    Yo,

    yoyo.

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    Your answers suggest you are a Peacemaker

    The four aspects that make up this personality type are:


    Summary of Peacemakers

    Value personal freedom
    Particularly sensitive to the feelings of others
    Think of themselves as steady, gentle and sympathetic
    Others may mistake their quiet nature for weakness
    More about Peacemakers

    Peacemakers focus on the present and enjoy helping others in practical ways. They are sensitive to the world around them and take quiet joy from people and nature, particularly animals. Peacemakers value close relationships, but it may take time for others to get to know them.


    Peacemakers are the most likely group to say they dislike reading history books, according to a UK survey.

    Peacemakers live by a set of personal values, which they work hard to reflect in their everyday life. They would rather support an activity than organise it. When they do find themselves in leadership positions, they observe quietly and lead by example.

    In situations where they can't use their talents or are unappreciated, Peacemakers may withdraw and become self-critical. Under extreme stress, Peacemakers may become even more critical of themselves and others and make harsh judgements about minor issues.

    Peacemakers tend to show someone how much they care about them by helping them in a practical way rather than putting their feelings into words.

    Peacemaker Careers

    Peacemakers are often drawn to jobs that allow them to serve others and require close attention to detail.

    It's important to remember that no survey can predict personality type with 100 percent accuracy. Experts say that we should use personality type to better understand ourselves and others, but shouldn't feel restricted by our results.

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    Apparently, I am a 'Big Thinker'.

    I'm not sure whether or not the development of my inferior function is dicking with my preferences, though. It's either that, or the emergence of nature over nurture.


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    Your answers suggest you are a Nurturer (ISFJ)

    The four aspects that make up this personality type are:
    Planner, Facts, Hearts and Introvert
    Summary of Nurturers

    Care for the important people in their lives
    Strive for harmony and avoid confrontation
    Think of themselves as gentle, conscientious, and mature
    May have trouble making decisions that could hurt others

    More about Nurturers

    Nurturers are quiet people who believe in order and diligently look after the people they care about. They focus on the needs of others and establish routines to help them meet their commitments.

    Nurturers are the most likely group to say they prefer a job where the same thing happens every day, according to a UK survey.

    Nurturers remember details that are important to them, such as their friends' birthdays and anniversaries. People with this personality type value others' feelings and may challenge behaviour they think is insensitive.

    In situations where they can't use their talents or are unappreciated, Nurturers may feel bitter and seek support by complaining to their colleagues. Under extreme stress, Nurturers may become preoccupied with the worst possible outcome and believe that they are heading for disaster.

    Because they are so caring and loyal, Nurturers run the risk of being taken advantage of.
    Nurturer Careers

    Nurturers are often drawn to jobs that allow them to help others.

    It's important to remember that no survey can predict personality type with 100 percent accuracy. Experts say that we should use personality type to better understand ourselves and others, but shouldn't feel restricted by our results.

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    Idealist (INFP)

    This was an ok test compared to many, but as usual the questions in the T/F section seem to be based on the misconceptions that Feeling is all about social harmony and avoiding conflict and that Feelers can't be direct communicators.

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