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    Hmm... I think it's based on quarter scores (25%) and there are only 4 types LOL

    I am wrong I am sure.. it just seems a little too random still.
    Meh!!

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    The social creature
    You love people, and people love you. You're kind and sympathetic, and take great interest in other people. You have several social circles and move graciously between them. You spread positive energy around you, and feed on the excitement you get from meeting old and new contacts. Life is a party, and everyone is invited!

    58% sociable, adventurous, outgoing, energetic
    71% sympathetic, modest, compliant, forgiving
    17% efficient, organized, thorough, self-disciplined
    54% curious, unconventional, imaginative, artistic


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    they've gone through and through me, like wine through water, and altered the colour of my mind.

    - Emily Bronte

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    The outside-the-box achiever
    You're goal-oriented, and always approach tasks in the most efficient way. You enjoy problem solving and intellectual challenges, and often solve them in unconventional ways. You're curious and imaginative, but need order in your life in order to enjoy it completely. Once you have found a structure nothing can distract you from achieving what you want.

    42% sociable, adventurous, outgoing, energetic
    46% sympathetic, modest, compliant, forgiving
    50% efficient, organized, thorough, self-disciplined
    63% curious, unconventional, imaginative, artistic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arclight View Post
    Hmm... I think it's based on quarter scores (25%) and there are only 4 types LOL

    I am wrong I am sure.. it just seems a little too random still.
    Meh!!
    Even if it's random, I still scored SIGNIFICANTLY highest in the sympathetic, modest, compliant, forgiving option, and lowest in the sociable option both times.

    Then my organized/efficiency scores and artistic/imaginative were in the middle, with artistic/imaginative being slightly higher than organization.

    I wonder if these correlate to NF, NT, SP, and SJ....(the organized would be SJ, the sociable one SP, sympathetic NF, and unconventional NT, just hazarding a guess...)

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    Oh look! There are more than four! Oaky got a different answer!

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    The organized philanthropist

    You need order in your life. You prefer to focus on one thing at a time, and when doing so you're very efficient. You're modest, kind and have an optimistic view of human nature, which is why you ideally put your skills to use in the health and welfare sector. You prefer one-to-one sessions with close friends before big social events and value your friends more than anything.

    42% sociable, adventurous, outgoing, energetic

    58% sympathetic, modest, compliant, forgiving

    50% efficient, organized, thorough, self-disciplined

    50% curious, unconventional, imaginative, artistic

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    Unless they are measuring E/I, S/N, F/T, and P/J...did not even occur to me until I saw that Oaky's answer is unmistakably INTJ.

    Which would make organized philanthropist INFJ, and the rest of us a bunch of INFPs.

    Wait...so what is the social thing? I believe it's ENFJ or ESFJ.

    K...and the life surfer sounds ENTP.

    EDIT: nope, this is wrong, just looked at other scores and no apparent correlation of the social creature to ExFJ

    What the hell is this test measuring, exactly?

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    The social creature

    You love people, and people love you. You're kind and sympathetic, and take great interest in other people. You have several social circles and move graciously between them. You spread positive energy around you, and feed on the excitement you get from meeting old and new contacts. Life is a party, and everyone is invited!


    checked source code, found this -

    <meta property="og:description"
    content="Personality test is based on the Big Five model, which is one of the most popular models for personality tests world wide. Have fun, compare with your friends and do the test again in a week to see if you get the same result!"/>

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    Oh, I see. It's measuring everything except neuroticism.

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    Took it again. This time I got the Outside the Box Achiever result Oaky got.
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