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    I am still not pleased with my result... obviously there should be little games scattered among the questions or so for those of us with very short attention spans
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Hm. Not all mine aligned with each other, but the overall score was INTP. I imagine I answered a 'feelers' answer on some of them, but this is how I react to those situations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rowingineden View Post
    I like big feelings, and I cannot lie. But I also really like big thinkings.
    Thinking: 26 / 11, Feeling: 35 / 19
    If that's not a typo, it would help me to know your OpenID and look at your scores, because the Thinking and Feeling fractions should have the same denominator.

    Quote Originally Posted by rowingineden View Post
    Say wha?! I am not a Judger. I demand a recount!
    Perceiving: 25 / 11, Judging: 29 / 16
    Dominant Judger: 28 / 11, Dominant Perceiver: 8 / 11
    Again, your Perceiving and Judging scores should have the same denominator. If this is not a typo, it would help me to reproduce your scores for debugging purposes.

    Assuming that the denominators were the same, your Perceiving vs. Judging scores were very close, and they were overruled by your "Dominant Judger" vs. "Dominant Perceiver" scores. That's the error checking at work. Both INFP and INTP are dominant judgers, meaning that their dominant function is a judging function. This is not the same thing as being a judging type, which means that your favored function for extraverting is a judging function. All I--Ps and E--Js are dominant judgers, and all I--Js and E--Ps are dominant perceivers.

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    Introversion: 8 / 6
    Extraversion: 15 / 6

    Intuition: 30 / 12
    Sensing: 15 / 12

    Thinking: 28 / 13
    Feeling: 21 / 13

    Perceiving: 30 / 13
    Judging: 18 / 13

    Dominant Judger: 15 / 10
    Dominant Perceiver: 21 / 10

    Introverted Sensing: 12 / 5 (2.4)
    Extraverted Sensing: 4 / 5 (0.8)

    Introverted Intuition: 4 / 4 (1)
    Extraverted Intuition: 14 / 4 (3.5)

    Introverted Thinking: 9 / 4 (2.25)
    Extraverted Thinking: 4 / 4 (1)

    Introverted Feeling: 11 / 8 (1.38)
    Extraverted Feeling: 13 / 8 (1.62)
    Heh, I got ENTP, when I'm sure I answered more strongly on "introverted" questions. Meh.

    Soo: Ne > Si > Ti > Fe > Fi > Te = Ni > Se

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    xxxp and xxxj at first. Now entp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fway View Post
    Heh, I got ENTP, when I'm sure I answered more strongly on "introverted" questions. Meh.

    Soo: Ne > Si > Ti > Fe > Fi > Te = Ni > Se
    Your scores indicate that you answered more strongly for the extraverted questions. In particular, your extraverted score is higher than your introverted score. Your scores on the introverted vs. extraverted versions of each function do not affect whether you score as an E or an I unless your E/I scores are too close, and there is some conflict in your scores. But your scores are all consistent with ENTP. So there was no need to resolve any conflicts.

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    Here are links to descriptions of the ENTP. All of these descriptions are on other websites....

    ENTP at Typelogic.com
    ENTP at Personalitypage.com
    ENTP at Similarminds.com
    ENTP at Team Technology
    MBTI® General Profile: ENTP
    ENTP at Murray State University
    ENTP at LifeExplore
    ENTP at Wikipedia
    The Socionics ENTj
    Why does it link into the ENTj Socionics profile? I take it each type has the p/j switched for Socionics? Most ENTPs are ENTps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper View Post
    Why does it link into the ENTj Socionics profile? I take it each type has the p/j switched for Socionics? Most ENTPs are ENTps.
    That was a bug. It should be fixed now. Let me know if it isn't. Only introverts should have p/j switched for Socionics.

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    I took it twice, once answering one way (or selecting "skip") on questions I was unsure of (depends on the situation), and then a second time, answering opposite on those and not skipping any.

    It scored me INTP the first time, with lots of red, and even displaying a clear preference for J over P.

    The second time, it scored INTJ with much less red.

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    It's my opinion that, in it's current form, this test BLOWS.

    It sounds like the creator is determined to improve it, so more power to her/him.

    Maybe I'll try it again in the future.

    Here's what I got:

    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:
    9 / 11


    Extraversion:
    27 / 11




    Intuition:
    61 / 17


    Sensing:
    3 / 17




    Thinking:
    9 / 20


    Feeling:
    58 / 20




    Perceiving:
    49 / 15


    Judging:
    2 / 15




    Dominant Judger:
    4 / 11


    Dominant Perceiver:
    35 / 11




    Introverted Sensing:
    17 / 6


    Extraverted Sensing:
    3 / 6




    Introverted Intuition:
    0 / 5


    Extraverted Intuition:
    18 / 5




    Introverted Thinking:
    9 / 5


    Extraverted Thinking:
    6 / 5




    Introverted Feeling:
    9 / 11


    Extraverted Feeling:
    28 / 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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