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    Post Team Technology Online Questionnaire

    This is an excellent site I have been using for a long time. It gives strengths and weaknesses of the various types - also valuable insight into the "eruption of the inferior" as Naomi Quenk calls it. They refer to it as the "shadow". This company is based in the UK.

    Team Technology Online Questionnaire

    The online questionnaire apparently isn't accurate, but I have always found the descriptions of the types helpful.
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    Someone else has posted this link here somewhere.

    I took it again and got the IBSF code -- so their best guess for me was INFJ vs INTJ (with INxP a close second).

    And INxJ are both wrong, as I'm about as "not J" as you can get.

    Something's not balanced correctly in the test, for some types, apparently.
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    You were that someone else!

    I agree, somewhat. As noted at the time, I find the questions original; but the calculation is odd, as I come out an xSTP more often than not.

    Edit: Wait a minute. Could the axis be inverted, on the back-end, somehow?

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    for me it's INFP(75&#37 vs INFJ(73%)

    The only thing is most of those things were situational. I could feel either way on somethings depending on the situation.

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    Well, this thing has me coming out INFP/INFJ... I could understand a test mistaking me for an INFP, but not an INFJ. My Ni is average at best, and my Fe is a joke. Ne and Fi are my two strongest functions (followed by Se, then Ti, heh).
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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    You were that someone else!
    Oh geez.... my brain IS fried. Totally.

    (I did the same thing earlier this week -- went to someone to ask them why their stored procedure didn't produce output following the mockup I was using... and was reminded that they were following the updated mockup instead... and I was the one who had updated it two months ago.)

    I agree, somewhat. As noted at the time, I find the questions original; but the calculation is odd, as I come out an xSTP more often than not.
    Hmm. And I would definitely view you as INTJ (based on your posts) moreso than the reading you're receiving.

    Edit: Wait a minute. Could the axis be inverted, on the back-end, somehow?
    Could you expand that thought a little further? (And are you thinking that perhaps they have a programming error?)
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    84% ISTP and 80% INTP.

    Thanks for the clarification.

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    hahaha...this test doesn't work for me. :-) I got either 53% or 55% for ALL of the 16 functions. What can I say, apparently I don't have strong reactions towards any of their scenarios.

    When I took it last week, it was more varied - by a little - 46% was the lowest, and 62% highest, with INFJ/ENFJ at 62%, and INTJ/INFP/ISFJ fairly close seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Someone else has posted this link here somewhere.

    I took it again and got the IBSF code -- so their best guess for me was INFJ vs INTJ (with INxP a close second).

    And INxJ are both wrong, as I'm about as "not J" as you can get.

    Something's not balanced correctly in the test, for some types, apparently.
    I recognized this as soon as I clicked on it. YOU posted it last time! I remember because it's the first time I've ever been an ISTP <snort>

    This time I got INTP <hahahahahahahaha> followed by ENTP <even funnier> and ENTJ <more likely> and INTJ.

    Having to choose between two things that are both annoying or two things that I don't enjoy doesn't seem like it would tell you much about me.

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    Really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natrushka View Post
    Having to choose between two things that are both annoying or two things that I don't enjoy doesn't seem like it would tell you much about me.
    That pretty much sums up the problem with the test - although with the addition for me that I was apathetic about both options in some instances - which is why my results are completely middle of the road.

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