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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorS View Post
    This looks like one of those crap pop-psychology things glorifying the right-brained that use "intuition" to mean NF-ness. They are not using the term "intuition" to mean the N of MBTI.
    It seemed like NFP to be specific. Everything you say is accurate though. Looks like something Dr. Phil would hate. He's the other side of the pop-psychology coin. I say he because he's the only one on that side. And with good reason. He takes up the entire surface, cramming all the other pop-psychologists onto the 'hurray for goddamn idiots who think they're smarter than they are because we tell them they are' side.

    I'm going to send them an email and ask them to define what they mean by intuition. I'm expecting they'll basically copy and paste all the answers that point toward being an intuitive (from their test I mean) as a response.

    The thing is, I don't think they actually had a predetermined definition. They just made up the questions based on whatever 1st - 4th grade teachers say not to do and attached a catchy name to it.
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    Weird NFP quiz. I get points deducted for not moving on after making a mistake, not trusting my "feelings" over logic, and being more convinced by an appeal to logic than emotion.

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    stupid test tho imo.

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    My score is 24.

    If your total score is 24 or above, you tend strongly toward an intuitive approach to decisions and problems. More than likely you trust your intuition, as well you should, since it it probably highly accurate!

    Oh, well.

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    If your total score is 24 or above, you tend strongly toward an intuitive approach to decisions and problems. More than likely you trust your intuition, as well you should, since it it probably highly accurate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorS View Post
    This looks like one of those crap pop-psychology things glorifying the right-brained that use "intuition" to mean NF-ness. They are not using the term "intuition" to mean the N of MBTI.
    Yep.

    Either way, I got 26.
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    18. Pretty low on the N scale, though.
    MBTI: INFJ (I: 100% N:58% F: 58% J: 84%)
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    If your total is between 8 and 15, you tend to mix styles but lean more toward the analytic and rational than the intuitive. Your intuition might be erratic.

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