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    For those of you whose results appear incorrect or unusual, it would help my debugging if you would PM me your OpenID. You can copy this from the DDLI page after you've signed on. This information will help me more quickly identify the scores of those who are having problems.

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    https://www.google.com/profiles/111228252233538906169

    I just read the INTP description written by Terence. I actually like it and agree with it... except I find it interesting to see the INFJ spin at the end about "love" being the highest truth possible:

    True spiritual transformation occurs when they see that Love is the only "truth." That it is when we love (both self and others) that it becomes possible to deal truthfully -- with life and with people. As Albert Einstein (an INTP) discovered: nothing in science [i.e. with the intellect] should ever be done except in service to humankind.
    That's a value statement, not a truth statement; and I'm thinking some INTPs would bristle at what has been said here and disagree with the value being asserted here.

    Whether or not I happen to agree with it as a personal value of my own, I find it interesting how our type impacts our assessment of what other types are supposed to be. Even descriptions possess some level of bias.
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    This test told me I was an XXXP or an XXXJ, and that I had skipped many questions...Though I only skipped 2.
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    lol. wth!!! I skipped maybe 5 questions, not more than that.


    Two types were calculated for you with equal probability: XXXP and XXXJ. This should rarely happen unless you've skipped several questions, because backup decision procedures were used to resolve ties, and even these proved inconclusive. To know which type is a better fit, go back and answer more questions or reevaluate your earlier answers. Here are your more detailed results, preference by preference.

    Introversion: 30 / 11
    Extraversion: 8 / 11

    Intuition: 45 / 15
    Sensing: 7 / 15

    Thinking: 28 / 17
    Feeling: 20 / 17

    Perceiving: 8 / 15
    Judging: 44 / 15

    Dominant Judger: 28 / 10
    Dominant Perceiver: 8 / 10

    Introverted Sensing: 9 / 7
    Extraverted Sensing: 14 / 7

    Introverted Intuition: 9 / 4
    Extraverted Intuition: 6 / 4

    Introverted Thinking: 11 / 4
    Extraverted Thinking: 4 / 4

    Introverted Feeling: 8 / 10
    Extraverted Feeling: 21 / 10
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    Iz messed up. And this is why I had so much trouble determining type. And I answered honestly, rating different questions with different importance. And I answered all of them.

    Your scores are not in full agreement regarding your type.
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    Two types were calculated for you with equal probability: XXXP and XXXJ. This should rarely happen unless you've skipped several questions, because backup decision procedures were used to resolve ties, and even these proved inconclusive. To know which type is a better fit, go back and answer more questions or reevaluate your earlier answers. Here are your more detailed results, preference by preference.

    Introversion: 22 / 11
    Extraversion: 16 / 11

    Intuition: 50 / 17
    Sensing: 8 / 17

    Thinking: 33 / 20
    Feeling: 30 / 20

    Perceiving: 22 / 16
    Judging: 28 / 16

    Dominant Judger: 16 / 10
    Dominant Perceiver: 14 / 10

    Introverted Sensing: 10 / 5
    Extraverted Sensing: 6 / 5

    Introverted Intuition: 6 / 5
    Extraverted Intuition: 11 / 5

    Introverted Thinking: 8 / 5
    Extraverted Thinking: 6 / 5

    Introverted Feeling: 16 / 11
    Extraverted Feeling: 20 / 11

    Opposing preferences are paired together. The numeric scores give the raw score divided by the number of questions answered for each pair. The preferences you scored higher on are in boldface, and the preferences matching the type you scored as are underlined. Green bars indicate preferences in alignment with your estimated type. Red bars indicate non-preferences that do not match your estimated type. Blue bars indicate a conflict between your preferences and your estimated type. The length of each bar represents the relative strength of each preference.

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    I'm noticing that NFs are having the most problems with the test - maybe the T/F criteria needs to be tweaked a bit?
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    My 'problem' is that I look at each question individually rather than doing what my brain normally does, which is seek patterns. Once I do that, I 'try' to give the 'expected' result, which means I get a totally subjective, biased answer.

    Not that the other way is unbiased, but I answer like a machine functioning rather than a person thinking.

    That leads to an inconclusive result because I think of everything as separate rather than as part of a whole.

    I hope that makes sense. I explained it rather incoherently.

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    ^The way I see it, is that *most* people are fairly situational, and adjust accordingly, based on the nuances of things, or the specific situation/scenario. So when it comes to any test, a lot of people, if they're totally honest, may give seemingly contradictory answers, thus test oddly or end up with undetermined type. Because the nature of most people, as they grow older, is to add more nuances/layers, and mbti strictly speaking is about that baseline, without the nuances/situational contexts. To me, the dishonesty would actually be trying to tailor your answers to what you know is expected of the type. I mean, I could have easily done that w/ the test, and answered to get INFJ 100%, but I was answering truthfully, *based on the questions asked*, and there you have it. Indeterminate: because most ways of assessing personality type, utilizing a test, is going to fall short because the reality of most individuals is that their personality isn't so consistent and black & white across all situations. A different set of questions may have yielded different results, but then that different set while accurate for me would have left a number of other people inaccurate who had been accurate with the first set. Ah, tests.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    ^The way I see it, is that *most* people are fairly situational, and adjust accordingly, based on the nuances of things, or the specific situation/scenario. So when it comes to any test, a lot of people, if they're totally honest, may give seemingly contradictory answers, thus test oddly or end up with undetermined type.


    When answering questions, it's hard to get an "overall" perspective on yourself.
    This why longer tests can be more accurate - they report the main patterns & allow for some answers to contradict.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    ^The way I see it, is that *most* people are fairly situational, and adjust accordingly, based on the nuances of things, or the specific situation/scenario. So when it comes to any test, a lot of people, if they're totally honest, may give seemingly contradictory answers, thus test oddly or end up with undetermined type.
    I agree with that. There WERE some questions that I tried to answer honestly but that might seem to be contradictory.

    One example: While for most of the J/P answers I am an accommodater of new information and events (i.e., P = I flex to things, I'm pathetically P), I really REALLY resent it when other people change my plans at the last minute and have a hard time with it. Why? Two reasons:

    (1) I grew up in an alcoholic family where I felt constantly let down in terms of plans and doing things, or where I had all my plans decided for me by others without any concern over what I wanted, even having things changed at the last minute for me, it was disappointing and frustrating, and

    (2) I'm a strategic thinker and I plan a day out in my head so that everything happens as efficiently as possible, so I'm open to changes if *I* am the one who is allowed to determine where it falls in the day, but having someone else just change my plans at the last second and thus disrupting a sensible way to organize the day's events and making ME pick up the pieces really irks me. I don't like having to deal with someone else's mess after I've come up with a much better way to do it that has not been taken into consideration.

    Yet everywhere else, I'm pretty P; and if the intrusion doesn't disrupt my premade structure, I'm okay too.

    I answered that question honestly based on the individual question -- basically a more J answer -- but I was annoyed because I could tell what it was testing for and I knew it didn't align with my overall P nature.
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