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    Junior Member February's Avatar
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    Introversion (I): 14 versus Extroversion (E): 7
    Sensing (S): 6 versus Intuition (N): 20
    Thinking (T): 10 versus Feeling (F): 9
    Judging (J): 2 versus Perceiving (P): 17

    INTP

    Well,I'm always confused with this , I somtimes get INTP,sometimes INFP.(:S)
    See, I got 10 for "Thinking", 9 for "Feeling"
    So I am IN"TF"P. HAHA

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    Introversion (I): 18 versus Extroversion (E): 5
    Sensing (S): 4 versus Intuition (N): 18
    Thinking (T): 12 versus Feeling (F): 8
    Judging (J): 9 versus Perceiving (P): 13

    Making your MBTI code:
    I N T P

    My NT friends are starting to pull me to their side. 0_o But I still think I fit the INFP profile more.

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    with only one answer given per question

    Introversion (I): 4 versus Extroversion (E): 11

    Sensing (S): 2 versus Intuition (N): 17

    Thinking (T): 6 versus Feeling (F): 5

    Judging (J): 0 versus Perceiving (P): 9

    E N T P
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    with two answers given on most questions

    Introversion (I): 10 versus Extroversion (E): 17

    Sensing (S): 7 versus Intuition (N): 15

    Thinking (T): 15 versus Feeling (F): 13

    Judging (J): 4 versus Perceiving (P): 18

    E N T P

    __________________________________________________ ___________

    This matches perfectly with other tests and more fuzzy self-assessments I've done. On the human metrics and various other tests, I came out with results like this:

    Extroverted (E) 84.38% - Intuitive (N) 74.29% - Thinking (T) 51.43% - Perceiving (P) 67.5%

    This Discordia tests weights me quite heavily ENxP and gives me a bare pass on Thinking-dominated personality... which is very fair... I've always been torn between my thinking and feeling functions, with a slight leaning towards more dispassionate thinking. I'm impressed with the test results, considering how short it was... not only did my results come out in the expected ratios with either one or two-answer sittings, but also people across the forum generally seem to be getting accurate responses too... I'd guess easily over 80%! (I'm not going to sit here and do a tally)
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    Results
    Introversion (I): 13 versus Extroversion (E): 14
    Sensing (S): 14 versus Intuition (N): 19
    Thinking (T): 13 versus Feeling (F): 10
    Judging (J): 13 versus Perceiving (P): 6

    Making your MBTI code:

    E N T J
    I'm doing science and I'm still alive

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    I didn't know until I read the posts in this thread that you could pick more than one option. So, the first time I got ISFP, but the 2nd time picking more than one on some questions, it actually said this:

    Introversion (I): 12 versus Extroversion (E): 12
    Sensing (S): 14 versus Intuition (N): 5
    Thinking (T): 7 versus Feeling (F): 14
    Judging (J): 1 versus Perceiving (P): 14

    XSFP

    This is only mildly surprising, as I've gotten older, I've gotten more self-confident and so probably more extroverted, I use to not ever want to be in a crowd, and now I really don't mind it as much. Pretty solidly SFP though, and on all these tests since I first took it when I was 18 or so, The P always kicks the J's butt the hardest. Any time my mother (my closest family member) and I have a conflict, it's a P-J conflict, since she's a hardcore J.

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    Introversion (I): 13
    Extroversion (E): 7

    Sensing (S): 12
    Intuition (N): 19

    Thinking (T): 16
    Feeling (F): 8

    Judging (J): 13
    Perceiving (P): 5


    INTJ

    :rolleyes2:

    Generally I score as either an ENTP or an INTJ. Occasionally I have days where Im outgoing and hyperactive.

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    INTP

    (I) 19 vs. (E) 4
    (S) 11 vs. (N) 18
    (T) 13 vs. (F) 8
    (J) 6 vs. (P) 15

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    When I thought I could only put one answer for the questions:

    Introversion (I): 12
    Extroversion (E): 5

    Sensing (S): 3
    Intuition (N): 15

    Thinking (T): 9
    Feeling (F): 0

    Judging (J): 5
    Perceiving (P): 10

    INTP

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    When I realized you could do more than one answer for each question (Thanks de Marzin!)

    Introversion (I): 12
    Extroversion (E): 9

    Sensing (S): 14
    Intuition (N): 17

    Thinking (T): 11
    Feeling (F): 6

    Judging (J): 11
    Perceiving (P): 11

    INTx

    They seemed to have a lot of questions on being 'social' judgment versus 'impersonal' judgment. I'm not likely to be very socially judgmental -- making the first move in a romantic relationship, organizing parties, etc -- but when it comes to deciding what I need to do and how to do that, it's very easy to decide.
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    I got XNTP (with strong F tendencies). This jibes with the feeling that I am drifting towards E and F with age.
    Introversion (I): 9
    Extroversion (E): 9
    Sensing (S): 0
    Intuition (N): 16
    Thinking (T): 10
    Feeling (F): 7
    Judging (J): 0
    Perceiving (P): 18

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    Introversion (I): 17
    versus
    Extroversion (E): 2


    Sensing (S): 12
    versus
    Intuition (N): 17


    Thinking (T): 5
    versus
    Feeling (F): 16


    Judging (J): 9
    versus
    Perceiving (P): 15

    Making your MBTI code:
    I N F P
    I always get INFP on these things.
    “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.”
    ~ John Rogers

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