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    What? Extroverts getting strong intro functions, introverts geting strong extro functions, feelers getting thinking functions and thinkers getting feeling functions! It's like you can't possibly get the thing that you are supposed to!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sherlock Holmes View Post
    What? Extroverts getting strong intro functions, introverts geting strong extro functions, feelers getting thinking functions and thinkers getting feeling functions! It's like you can't possibly get the thing that you are supposed to!
    To the contrary I dont think it's all that strange that Mystic Tater, for example, has more Ti than some INFPs or if I have a buttload of Si. All of us are different, it's irrational to think we neatly have the same strength in the exact function order of type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sherlock Holmes View Post


    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).
    Fi and Ti can be quite similar. It's the focus that differntiates between them more than the style. The second one one could also apply to an IFP, especially if the skill in question is one that has value to them, though they tend to focus more on how the skill can be used as a form of expression, rather than just the skill itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    Fi and Ti can be quite similar. It's the focus that differntiates between them more than the style. The second one one could also apply to an IFP, especially if the skill in question is one that has value to them, though they tend to focus more on how the skill can be used as a form of expression, rather than just the skill itself.
    I have made one of the Fi questions "I always focus and act on what feels right to me and devote my interests to things I feel strongly about. " though I think I may change it to "I like to express myself and what is important to me through my hobbies and interests." if you think that would be better.

    I also have a Ti question that goes "I am a perfectionist in areas that appeal to me from a technical or logical standpoint, regardless of practical value."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sherlock Holmes View Post
    What? Extroverts getting strong intro functions, introverts geting strong extro functions, feelers getting thinking functions and thinkers getting feeling functions! It's like you can't possibly get the thing that you are supposed to!
    Don't feel too frustrated about it. The results I received are confusing, but only in the precise way that I feel confused when typing myself. Your questions seemed a lot easier for me to answer than other tests I've taken, they seemed more uhh, relevant.

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    I checked it out, looked at the second question and thought "OMG!" and closed the window

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowriot View Post
    I checked it out, looked at the second question and thought "OMG!" and closed the window
    Because it's innacurate? Or too simplistic? Or because youhave some aversion to Fe questions? Or is that some joke I don't understand?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sherlock Holmes View Post
    What? Extroverts getting strong intro functions, introverts geting strong extro functions, feelers getting thinking functions and thinkers getting feeling functions! It's like you can't possibly get the thing that you are supposed to!
    Actually I thought it worked pretty well for me. Scored my type correctly, Strong Ne and Ni, Fe stronger than Si - I'd agree with all of that.
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    Bad simplistic question, like from a childrens book.

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