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  1. #71
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    Your result for The Hopefully good MBTI Test ...
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    Ti>Ne>Si>Fe

    You are most likely an INTP. Okay, this is your result. Your functions are listed below.



    Te: 9

    Fe:10

    Ti: 14

    Fi:13

    Se:7

    Ne:12

    Si:3

    Ni:8

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    So, remind me again why this test gives you a variable preference order, and then tells you that your preference order is exactly the same as MBTI Archetypes. Don't you think that's inconsistent?

    Pure function theory doesn't have any place in MBTI's arbitrary assignment of preference order. Whether these questions amount to function theory is questionable. It seems like you just rehashed old tests and called it your own.

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    I took the test and got ENTP. I was stronger on Te than I normally believe myself to be, I'm not sure what that really means as far as to rating the tests quality.

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    ISFP
    Fi>Se>Ni>Te

    You are most likely an ISFP. Okay, this is your result. Your functions are listed below.



    Te: 11

    Fe:11

    Ti: 10

    Fi:15

    Se:8

    Ne:5

    Si:3

    Ni:9
    I'm probably not as Te-like as the results appear, but it definitely isn't absent either..

    Either way, I seem heavy on the J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    Pure function theory doesn't have any place in MBTI's arbitrary assignment of preference order. Whether these questions amount to function theory is questionable. It seems like you just rehashed old tests and called it your own.
    MBTI is based on your function order, but if you don't want to use it just take the order as it comes without the type. As fir 'rehashing' old tests, the point of this was to get a more clear and accurate understanding of the functions, as I felt that some tests had rather dubious descriptions. I am not a total expert, of course, and it is highly unlkely that my function definitions would be perfect either. This is a learning experience for me as well. I'm simply trying to create a more accurate test, and hopefully, with the advice of others, I will be able to.
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    "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."

    "It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    I think that one could still apply to both Ti and Te.

    How about I'm a perfectionist when it comes to logical consistency of my thoughts and ideas?
    I think that's a good idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    That could be your problem - Ti isn't always about logic. Often just perfection would describe it better. While neat, beautiful logic or mathematics is a form of prfection, it's not the only one. An ISTP might not be logical in the way an INTP might recognise. If he is a martial artist, he might send a lot of time considering the spiritual aspects ofwhat he does. Such an ISTP might sound a bit hippy when you speak to them, but they are still a primary Ti as they seak to become a good as possible in what matters to them.

    So... a better question... How about "Do you like to see a job done to perfection, rather than just requirements." Or "I like to develop my skills to the full, whether I need to or not."
    Yeah, I think that would also be good. My only possible gripe with that is that don't many Fi users do this as well if they find something they feel is important? Anyway, it provides a good aspect of Ti I don't often consider (or hear about).

    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Took again. Got a more clear ESTJ this time (Te > Ne > Si > Fi = Ni > Ti = Fe > Se).

    Your test seems to have a lot of trouble differentiating Ni from Ne. The whole "see into the future" stuff can correspond to either, as they're both intuitive functions, and thus both forethinking. I suggest adding something about focusing on the archetypal or mysterious, or having a strange "clarity" about unfolding events (don't remember of the test has anything about that or not), for Ni.

    And leave out all that traditionalist crap on Si. Si is defined, chiefly, by reliance on rote memorization and past experience. Si users, especially young Si users (or those from liberal and/or hippy families), can easily not give a shit about traditions or celebrations or anything of the sort. Further, SJs can be comfortable with chaos if they come from a chaotic background.
    I don't understand how a focus on the archetypal and mysterious is specifically Ni. Ne users are often very interested in things that provide a sense of mystery (and I'm afraid I don't know what a focus on archetypes would actually mean). The "clarity of unfolding events" seems to be a rather Ni thing, though I think sometimes just being smart can give you good clarity, and I'm not sure it's Ni specifically. The thing is that I'm trying to avoid hazy definitions (though apparently not doing very well) and just "having clarity about things" seems all a bit supernatural if it's not explained. The way I've been led to understand it through the Ni thread I started is that Ni takes a role in decision making, like Si, to look at a situation from different angles and decide on a course of action or modify an idea to refine or support your personal vision, and therefore is more perfectionistic and future oriented than Ne, which is random, expansive, interactive, experimental and tangential. These probably aren't perfect definitions, though.

    And yeah, I'll probably get that Si traditionalism out as much as possible, if I can think of something different from the other questions to add. When I did it, I was thinking more of personal traditions, which I think are generally strong in high Si users aren't they? But I probably did not make that clear.
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    "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."

    "It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts."

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    Holy crow, I got ESTP!
    I am sure that I am not an ESTP but, right now, I am too tired to analyze either the test or my odd results. I don't understand my low Fi score but other than that, nothing seems too odd...

    You are most likely an ESTP. Okay, this is your result. Your functions are listed below.



    Te: 6

    Fe:6

    Ti: 11

    Fi:8

    Se:14

    Ne:9

    Si:10

    Ni:8
    I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle and here is my spout. Every time I steam up, I give a shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.

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    You are most likely INFP

    Te: 3

    Fe:11

    Ti: 4

    Fi:14

    Se:10

    Ne:11

    Si:12

    Ni:11

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    OMG I just realized it said my top two functions are Fi and Si.

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    You are most likely an INFJ. Okay, this is your result. Your functions are listed below.


    Te: 5

    Fe:12

    Ti: 11

    Fi:7

    Se:5

    Ne:11

    Si:3

    Ni:13

    I tend to get this result fairly often now. I just cannot see it in myself.

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    Haha. You're going to make my head explode, Sherlock:

    Your result for The Hopefully good MBTI Test ...
    ENFP

    Ne>Fi>Te>Si

    You are most likely an ENFP. Okay, this is your result. Your functions are listed below.



    Te: 5

    Fe:8

    Ti: 9

    Fi:10

    Se:7

    Ne:15

    Si:6

    Ni:11

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