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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Yeah, Fe is definitely not my dominant function. Part of the reason why I got that, I'm assuming, is because I was unsure of what to pick for quite a few answers. Also, according to your test, I'm extraverted.

    Still it's a nice test and useful for people with shorter attention spans. I think I'll take it later to see what I get.
    I don't think you have to be gregarious and extroverted in the traditional sense to be a dominant Fe / ESFJ like how regular MBTI explanations make it look. However, introvert is introvert, dominant Si is dominant Si, I can understand this. Reviewing your results, you look like a strong Si/Fe valuer, so I don't think ESFJ is necessarily an inaccurate result considering how you tested, 92%, do you? The bottom line is that ESFJ has different values than ISFJ, and your results seem to indicate ESFJ/ISFP values. But sure, try again later, and thanks for participating.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    I tested as ENTJ- but I'm normally an ENTP.
    From what I know about Socionics- I seem to have a lot of Gamma-ish values though..

    75%: ENTJ
    67%: ESFP, ESTP, INTP
    58%: ENFP, ENTP, ENFJ
    50%: ISFJ, ISTJ, INFP
    42%: ESTJ, ISTP
    33%: INTJ, INFJ
    25%: ESFJ, ISFP

    I usually am confident enough to know what I think people should do but I never really go around enforcing my will on anyone..
    Good to have another fellow Gamma in the forums, seemingly.

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    Interesting test.

    Mine says INTP (introverted intuition, extroverted logic) but the numbers are:

    INTP - 67%
    INTJ - 67%
    INFJ - 67%

    ENTJ - 58%
    ESTJ - 58%
    ISTP - 58%

    ISFJ - 50%
    ISTJ - 50%
    INFP - 50%

    ISFP - 42%
    ESFJ - 42%
    ENFP - 42%
    ENFJ - 42%
    ENTP - 42%

    ESFP - 33%
    ESTP - 33%

    I like the way it seems to throw Ni against Ne, Si against Se (If I interpreted those questions correctly?) Rather than just N against S, E against I, the way so many tests do.

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    Very cool test.

    Myself: ENFJ
    % Results:
    ENFJ 67%
    ENTJ 67%
    ENFP 58%
    INFJ 58%

    That's really good, at first I was 'changing' my type between first three of these all the time (also ENTP).

    My only concern is the length of it. There were two questions, which I could 'check' either way (I've checked what would be the result, if I did: ENFP), so there's not much room for doubt or error here. Not to mention that option 'in between' would help - of course it's impossible for such a short test.
    But anyway it's cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polikujm View Post
    Okay, that is fine by me. The results are what are a bit wrong then, not the profile. The profile is less related to the result. So in my impression ISTP is SiTe, and ISTJ is TiSe. Just to clarify I do think this is MBTI related, I just believe that Si the ISTPs primary function, and I don't believe in the Socionics P/J switch. I don't think that is a regularly occurring thing. I think contemporary-socionics misinterprets the functions.
    Oh ok, I was speaking strictly from a MBTI function point of view, not Socionics. I know the functions mean different things in Socionics, like Si means something different for example, but I was referring to Si in the MBTI sense. Didn't intend on any confusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Two Point Two View Post

    I like the way it seems to throw Ni against Ne, Si against Se (If I interpreted those questions correctly?) Rather than just N against S, E against I, the way so many tests do.
    So you like questions which have great potential to lead to inaccuracy.
    Case in point:

    Do you tend to delve into the obscurity and mystery of things which gives humorous thought towards potential,
    or do you pay more notice to trends and seeing the likely implications of things which lends toward grasping the underlying concept?

    Those two options are not mutually exclusive.
    When I answered it, I said out loud "Great, half of my ability is now missing."

    I delve into the mystery of things AND pay attention to trends and implications.
    They are not mutually exclusive.
    Both of them are as natural as breathing for me.

    Case in point #2:

    Are you focused more on reality, what you see, hear, touch, taste, and smell, what is actual, present, and factual,
    or do you pay more attention to the abstract, your impressions, imagination, and what could be?

    These are not neccessarily mutually exclusive.
    I focus on what I can see, hear, taste, touch etc. AND I focus on my impressions and what could be. I use my imagination.
    I use both S and N, like any creative person does.

    I mean seriously, are we suggesting because we are intuitives our brain and spinal cord were ripped out and we can no longer use our senses, or what?
    WTF?

    Sometimes I think I must be the only human being alive who can pat their head, and rub their stomach at the same time.
    Being forced to choose between two options which are not mutually exclusive, does nothing in many cases but lead to half-truths.

    I get the distinct impression that truth is not what people are seeking, but instead are seeking a convenient result.
    The problem is those convenient-and inaccurate- results have implications.
    Implications, which many sweep right under the rug.
    Seems to me there are far too many intuitives in this forum who in reality are acting like SJs.

    They do anything to maintain the status quo, and accept everything "as is."

    [/Rant]

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    Quote Originally Posted by polikujm View Post
    I designed this test with an integration of Jung's types, MBTI, and Socionics in mind. If anything it's interesting and I've liked the results so far, coming of course from the maker, but it's really pegged down my family members and friends and the profiles from the result fit them well. The information about the types I used to make this test seems to work better with the intertype relations than my experience with any other stuff I've found online.

    My main focus was to show how certain types have part of their thought process in common, such as the INTJ and ENTP, both having intuition then thinking in the traditional sense. I also wanted to prove that intertype relations aren't so fallacious when you get the typings accurate. This is an attempt of mine to moderately "refine" some parts of these three typology systems with a few new approaches. Socionics influenced this of course, but I think since MBTI has just as much influence on it, it can be a pretty good MBTI test. I basically wanted it to be a good MBTI test for having just 14 questions. Some of the questions make you think about how you compare to people you know, and try to force an answer out of you. Check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Do you tend to delve into the obscurity and mystery of things which gives humorous thought towards potential,
    or do you pay more notice to trends and seeing the likely implications of things which lends toward grasping the underlying concept?

    Those two options are not mutually exclusive.
    When I answered it, I said out loud "Great, half of my ability is now missing."

    I delve into the mystery of things AND pay attention to trends and implications.
    They are not mutually exclusive.
    Both of them are as natural as breathing for me.
    ^All of what Jaguar said.
    But it was a cool quiz though.

    67% ESFP and ESTP; I'm assuming it gave me ESFP because I tested higher than 90% of my peers versus 87% of my peers on ESTP?
    58%ISFJ, INFP, ISFP
    50% ENFP, ISFJ, ISTJ, ENTP, and ENFJ

    Lowest score was 33% on INTJ

    So what's it mean?
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    This test is insanely flawed. It said I'm an ISFJ.

    Plus, I don't know why it randomly gave me ISFJ when I had the exact same percentage (67%) for INTP and INFJ ... also not my type....and INFP was also 67%.


    WTF?

    My lowest scores were ESFJ and ESTJ, which confuses me even more as to why it randomly picked ISFJ (another SJ) over INTP, INFJ, and INFP.

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    I totally agree with Jaguar on this.

    You can be capable of thing and another. This test pissed me off.

    However, lol.
    75% on ESFJ
    67% on ISFP
    58% on ESTJ
    58% on ESFP
    58% on ENFP
    58% on ESTP
    58% on ENTP
    50% on INTJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    So you like questions which have great potential to lead to inaccuracy.
    Case in point:

    Do you tend to delve into the obscurity and mystery of things which gives humorous thought towards potential,
    or do you pay more notice to trends and seeing the likely implications of things which lends toward grasping the underlying concept?

    Those two options are not mutually exclusive.
    When I answered it, I said out loud "Great, half of my ability is now missing."

    I delve into the mystery of things AND pay attention to trends and implications.
    They are not mutually exclusive.
    Both of them are as natural as breathing for me.

    Case in point #2:

    Are you focused more on reality, what you see, hear, touch, taste, and smell, what is actual, present, and factual,
    or do you pay more attention to the abstract, your impressions, imagination, and what could be?

    These are not neccessarily mutually exclusive.
    I focus on what I can see, hear, taste, touch etc. AND I focus on my impressions and what could be. I use my imagination.
    I use both S and N, like any creative person does.

    I mean seriously, are we suggesting because we are intuitives our brain and spinal cord were ripped out and we can no longer use our senses, or what?
    WTF?

    Sometimes I think I must be the only human being alive who can pat their head, and rub their stomach at the same time.
    Being forced to choose between two options which are not mutually exclusive, does nothing in many cases but lead to half-truths.

    I get the distinct impression that truth is not what people are seeking, but instead are seeking a convenient result.
    The problem is those covenient-and inaccurate- results have implications.
    Implications, which many sweep right under the rug.
    Seems to me there are far too many intuitives in this forum who in reality are acting like SJs.

    They do anything to maintain the status quo, and accept everything "as is."

    [/Rant]
    Well it's a personality preference test. Just think about which one you relate to more, compared to your friends, or whatever. Nobody is going to assume you don't do both, and I don't see anything necessarily that hard about it if you can just be decisive for 2 seconds. I think people like to assume that tests are going to ask a whole bunch of opposite type questions, and its not the case for this one, because if its asking you a Ti vs Te question for instance, then there is going to be some similarity whether you like it or not, and a big decision on your behalf on which one to pick.

    Quote Originally Posted by Happyman View Post
    But anyway it's cool.
    Quote Originally Posted by Two Point Two View Post
    Interesting test.

    I like the way it seems to throw Ni against Ne, Si against Se (If I interpreted those questions correctly?) Rather than just N against S, E against I, the way so many tests do.
    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    This test is insanely flawed. It said I'm an ISFJ.

    Plus, I don't know why it randomly gave me ISFJ when I had the exact same percentage (67%) for INTP and INFJ ... also not my type....and INFP was also 67%.


    WTF?

    My lowest scores were ESFJ and ESTJ, which confuses me even more as to why it randomly picked ISFJ (another SJ) over INTP, INFJ, and INFP.
    Maybe you scored higher in Ni/Se and mainly in Fi, which is why you got ISFJ or INTP. Just throwing that possibility out there.

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