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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew_Z View Post
    64 Pragmatist
    56 Synthesist
    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?

    What you think works "best," may be different from what someone else thinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    What you think works "best," may be different from what someone else thinks.
    It's subjective, yes. However, regardless of this subjective perception, who isn't going to follow it?
    If a deaf INFP falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

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    That was rather interesting....apparently I'm one of the "flat-liners". My scores are as follows:

    Synthesist - 52
    Idealist - 42
    Pragmatist - 59
    Analyst - 59
    Realist - 58

    None of them are above sixty, but the top two are tied....Analyst / Pragmatist. Just by reading the descriptions, I imagined I would score relatively high in Analyst, Realist, and Pragmatist. I was partially right.

    Neat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew_Z View Post
    It's subjective, yes. However, regardless of this subjective perception, who isn't going to follow it?
    If memory serves me, the pragmatist looks for the most expedient way of doing something.
    That's not exactly the best choice for all people.
    It certainly wouldn't be my choice.
    If I locked my keys in the car, the fastest thing to do is smash my window and get in.

    I think I'd choose another way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Does the pragmatist sound like you?
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    They all sound like me. (although idealist to a lesser extent) To quote a friend of mine, "Forer effect ftl."
    If a deaf INFP falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

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    They all don't sound like me. That's for sure.

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    well I think he's talking about the actual question that had an option to pick "I would choose the best way of doing the task." Which wasn't the answer for the pragmatist which was, "I would choose the fastest way of doing the task."
    I actually kind of paused on that one, too... figuring that everyone would pick what they thought was the "best" way.

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    56 Synthesist
    55 Idealist
    54 Pragmatist
    48 Analyst
    57 Realist
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    46 Synthesist
    50 Idealist
    55 Pragmatist
    58 Analyst
    61 Realist

    Sounds about right.

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    I got 56 for Sythesist, Analyst, AND Realist.

    Then 51 for Idealist and Pragmatist.

    So I'm a Sythesist/Analyst/Realist? Or I just don't have a clear preference for any particular one...

    Edit: By going back and changing just one question that I had thought about in a wishy-washy way for a moment, I then show a 1 point preference for Realist.

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