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  1. #71
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    (I): 15 versus (E): 5
    (S): 15 versus (N): 17
    (T): 15 versus (F): 3
    (J): 11 versus (P): 12

    Not surprising. My S/N and J/P scores are always pretty close.

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    Introversion (I): 14
    versus Extroversion (E): 5

    Sensing (S): 5
    versus Intuition (N): 17

    Thinking (T): 14
    versus Feeling (F): 3

    Judging (J): 1
    versus Perceiving (P): 13


    Making your MBTI code:
    I N T P


    Weak! I can see why this would happen. I'm not very social, so I scored introvert (judging from the "you're at a party, how do you act?" questions). My dominant function is intuition, and feeling is introverted, so I don't always fit the feeling stereotype. Nevertheless, I'm not sure which questions caused me to score so high on thinking. Whatever. I'm ENFP, beatch!

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    Oh my ..

    E S T J

    This code represenents which of the Myers-Briggs types you belong to, according to the test. Note that this is only a very approximate test, and is no substitute for a professional psychologist assigning a personality type to you, and the personality type doesn't completely define who you are. However, two people with the same type will have some common features.

    The developer of this test wishes it to be noted that owing to a lack of Sensing people in the test pool, there is a slight bias towards Intuitive over Sensing in the current test (you may get a few more points in Intuitive than you perhaps deserve...)

    Detailed descriptions of the personality types are available by clicking on the links (which will open a new browser window), but a summary of what each means is given below. Where an X is in the code, look at both possibilties.

    The summaries are given in the following form:

    * Type (percentage of population): "Tag name". Description.

    The tag name is the best description for the most common careers for people of that personality type.

    * ISTJ (6%): "Trustee". Dependable and decisive in practical affairs.
    * ISTP (5%): "Artisan". Impulsive thrill seekers - good with tools.
    * ISFJ (6%): "Conservator". Loyal people with a desire to help.
    * ISFP (5%): "Artist". Creative people - keenly developed senses.
    * INTJ (1%): "Scientist". Pragmatic and decisive - system builders.
    * INTP (1%): "Architect". Precise in thought and language.
    * INFJ (1%): "Author". Complicated people, driven to help others.
    * INFP (1%): "Questor". A sense of honour - somewhat lost in life.
    * ESTJ (13%): "Administrator". Responsible - pillars of strength.
    * ESTP (13%): "Promotor". Dynamic, competive entrepreneurs.
    * ESFJ (13%): "Seller". Sociable - outstanding hosts or hostesses.
    * ESFP (13%): "Entertainer". Warm, optimistic, wity and generous.
    * ENTJ (5%): "Field Marshal". Driven to lead - natural executives.
    * ENTP (5%): "Inventor". Innovative people - open to possibilities.
    * ENFJ (5%): "Pedagogue". Helping others fulfill their potential.
    * ENFP (5%): "Journalist". Uncanny sense of motivations of others.

    Last time I tested out as INFP. Ehheh this test doesn't seem very realiable for me.

    I do have an ESTJ:ish streak right now, but the test shouldn't have captured it so hard.
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    I get the point, I'm an ISTJ. hah

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    worked for me:

    Introversion (I): 9 versus Extroversion (E): 5
    Sensing (S): 2 versus Intuition (N): 17
    Thinking (T): 7 versus Feeling (F): 17
    Judging (J): 0 versus Perceiving (P): 13

    INFP

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    Introversion (I): 16
    Extroversion (E): 7

    Sensing (S): 10
    Intuition (N): 14

    Thinking (T): 17
    Feeling (F): 12

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

    Making your MBTI code: INTx

    ?
    I N V I C T U S

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    This test typed my friend, whose been tested as an INTJ with the big MBTI test they give in college (and he definitely agrees with it), as an ISFJ.
    You can't wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club. - Jack London

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    i think its us
    it always is

    however, the 8 function test is the best
    I N V I C T U S

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    Results
    Introversion (I): 13 versus Extroversion (E): 2
    Sensing (S): 3 versus Intuition (N): 18
    Thinking (T): 15 versus Feeling (F): 2
    Judging (J): 18 versus Perceiving (P): 3

    I agree whit this result but this test is weird.

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    I got:

    Introversion (I): 13 versus Extroversion (E): 5
    Sensing (S): 11 versus Intuition (N): 17
    Thinking (T): 14 versus Feeling (F): 12
    Judging (J): 13 versus Perceiving (P): 5

    Making your MBTI code:
    I N T J

    ah but I know I am probably not really a T .

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