Wow look at that P/J score! Its probably a fair representation too. I've been starting to notice that I have a lot of judging qualities lately. And the questions on that test were also a lot more reflective of what the judging preference actually means. Nonetheless, I'm too disorganized and haphazard to be a J. The "work before play" type questions are always the clincher...
I like that test!
Originally Posted by onemoretime
This test seems extremely N biased, as usual. Picking the "S" choice makes you sound like an imbecile, while picking the "N" choice makes you sound like Superman.
I hate self-reporting exams.
I disagree. I've never found the sensor choices more appealing than as they were in this test. I really had to consider both options carefully before deciding.
It's impossible not to see where each choice leads ... especially after you've done any of these kinds of tests more than two or three times.
Yes....I test INFP more consistently now that I know how the tests work. When I used to take it, I always got INTP. My understanding of "feeling" has changed (arguably, it's more accurate now), and that influences my choices.
I tried to answer with less "bias" and got INXP, even on the T/F scale. That's probably more honest, but I'm still INFP .
E 1 I 13
S 4 N 10 T 7 F 7 P 8 J 6
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure