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    62 Realist
    54 Pragmatist
    53 Analyst
    52 Synthesist
    49 Idealist

    Seems correct, I've always considered myself as a realist the most.

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    Wow?

    45 Analyst -> 5.
    51 Pragmatist -> 4.
    53 Synthesist -> 3.
    55 Realist -> 2.
    66 Idealist -> 1.

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    63 Pragmatist
    58 Analyst
    51 Synthesist
    51 Idealist
    47 Realist


    Good test.

    Some of the choices were a little weird (lol @ "Farmers and Journalists." )but I enjoyed taking it, and got a pretty accurate result.
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    Didn't realize each answer had to be ordered from 1 to 5 so had to do the whole test twice.

    Analyst - 61
    Pragmatist - 59
    Realist - 54
    Idealist - 50
    Synthesist - 46

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    Synthesist - 60
    Pragmatist - 59
    Realist - 53
    Analyst - 52
    Idealist - 46

    Yikes! Synthesist/Pragmatist. The description sounds weird... Like a dysfunctional problem solver who doesn't care how crazy and unconventional his ideas are so long as stuff gets done.

    I thought I would have scored higher on Idealist, since it seems to go with NF... I guess not.
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    51 Synthesist
    54 Idealist
    51 Pragmatist
    53 Analyst
    61 Realist

    They were all surprisingly close. Though realist is over 60.

    edit: the description of realist makes sense
    Realists take an empirical view.
    Their world consists of what can be felt, smelled, touched, seen, heard, and personally observed or experienced.
    They are interested in concrete results And, at times, may appear to be too results-oriented.
    In thinking styles, the realist resembles the analyst.
    Both are factual and focused on concrete facts, but unlike the analyst,
    the realist will finally run out of patience and become frustrated with the analyst's endless search for data


    Realist or Realist/Idealist combo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    I thought I would have scored higher on Idealist, since it seems to go with NF... I guess not.
    It seems most of the NF's so far are getting low idealist scores.

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    61 Pragmatist (peak)

    58 Analyst

    53 Idealist

    52 Realist

    46 Synthesist (valley)

    Me? A pragmatist?

    Eh, maybe...

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    64 Pragmatist
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    52 Realist
    50 Analyst
    48 Idealist

    I'm not entirely sure I agree with the questions because of their work-oriented focus. In work situations, who ISN'T going to what works best?
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