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    q 10: You're often unsure of your subjective feelings.

    Uncertain about what I feel or don't trust them?

    q 20: You're often unsure about what will happen tomorrow.

    Unsure as in don't know or as in worried?

    q 42: You tend to repeat questions you were previously asked.

    ?

    q 43: You like to ask questions after being asked another question.

    ?


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    Well, VI practitioners here agree that I'm an ILE, this test said I'm pretty much my MBTI type -- a close tie between ILI and LII. I'll have to take the test again to post my results, as I closed the window before I thought to paste them here. I shall do that another time.

    I tend to like socionic measurement better than the MBTI. Socionics is more related to Jung's theories. The MBTI, especially with their Step III, which is reported to treat J and P as separate functions, is further shitting all over Jung's ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Well, VI practitioners here agree that I'm an ILE, this test said I'm pretty much my MBTI type -- a close tie between ILI and LII. I'll have to take the test again to post my results, as I closed the window before I thought to paste them here. I shall do that another time.
    Check the directory. There should be a "results.txt" file there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I tend to like socionic measurement better than the MBTI. Socionics is more related to Jung's theories. The MBTI, especially with their Step III, which is reported to treat J and P as separate functions, is further shitting all over Jung's ideas.
    Maybe Jung deserved to have some of his ideas shitted over.
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    Test Results from easyTIM 0.1.5
    ILE : 17.6
    LIE : 16.3
    IEE : 14.1
    EIE : 15.75
    SLE : 14.79
    LSE : 16.69
    SEE : 9.19
    ESE : 7.84
    ILI : 21.89
    LII : 23.29
    IEI : 16.05
    EII : 14.79
    SLI : 17
    LSI : 15.89
    SEI : 13.25
    ESI : 13.85

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    Test Results from easyTIM 0.1.5
    ILE : 13.8
    LIE : 10.75
    IEE : 18.99
    EIE : 18.89
    SLE : 12.39
    LSE : 13.04
    SEE : 14.1
    ESE : 11.3
    ILI : 16.64
    LII : 15.69
    IEI : 18.35
    EII : 14.55
    SLI : 12.25
    LSI : 8.5
    SEI : 17.25
    ESI : 15


    these results really confuse me. someone is going to have to explain all this to me. this is basically saying that i'm an extrovert with dominant Ne and Fi auxiliary right? anyway..im confused.
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    A lot of INFPs test as ENFp in socionics for some reason. And INTPs as ENTp etc. Or INFj/INTj. There's no smooth conversion between MBTI and socionics for introverts.
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    My results:

    EIE: 16,35 (ENFj)
    IEI: 15,74 (INFp)
    IEE: 15,05 (ENFp)
    EII: 13,75
    SEE: 13,44
    ILE: 13,30
    LIE: 12,15
    ESE: 12,14
    LII: 10,50
    SEI: 9,94
    LSE 9,85
    ESI: 9,50
    ILI: 9,25
    SLI: 8,15
    SLE: 7,40
    LSI: 6,60

    The results are similar to the other test I have made. I usually have IEE or EIE as my type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carebear View Post
    q 10: You're often unsure of your subjective feelings.

    Uncertain about what I feel or don't trust them?

    q 20: You're often unsure about what will happen tomorrow.

    Unsure as in don't know or as in worried?

    q 42: You tend to repeat questions you were previously asked.

    ?

    q 43: You like to ask questions after being asked another question.

    ?


    etc.
    q10: human beings have subjective feelings. this question asks if you are certain of your feelings on things, or if your feelings are somewhat dependant of the external world.

    q20: you're unsure or not of what would probably happen on mid-term or long-term. i.e. can't foresee it.

    q42, q43: these questions test if you're an Interrogative type or a Declarative type. I added it as experimental, as an attempt to add extra accuracy.

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    q 42: You tend to repeat questions you were previously asked.

    example :
    - "Can you make my bed, please ?"
    - "Can I make your bed ? Yes."

    q 43: You like to ask questions after being asked another question.

    example :
    - "Why do you often have conflicts with your colleagues ?"
    - "Are you married ?"
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    ILE : 15.75
    LIE : 15.15
    IEE : 16.6
    EIE : 13.85
    SLE : 16.5
    LSE : 15.09
    SEE : 10.94
    ESE : 10
    ILI : 20.44
    LII : 17.25
    IEI : 14.39
    EII : 12.85
    SLI : 15.8
    LSI : 14.3
    SEI : 15.65
    ESI : 11.65
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    Oh our 3rd person reference to ourselves denotes nothing more than we realize we are epic characters on the forum.

    Narcissism, plain and simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Socionics is more related to Jung's theories.
    I'd say it's the other way around. MBTT is the one that is more adherent to Jung's theories. Augusta took the ideas from Jung but she almost completely rewrote them. For example, she though that extroversion did not manifest itself in the same manner for each of the functions Jung described, that is, the extroversion described in say Te is not the same one as described in Se so she made it "be consistent".

    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    q42, q43: these questions test if you're an Interrogative type or a Declarative type. I added it as experimental, as an attempt to add extra accuracy.
    I think they do the opposite and just mess with the accuracy. For example I'm almost 100% certain in being a declarer.

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