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    Quote Originally Posted by Max View Post
    I was just gonna say that my numbers were pretty low compared to that of others; now yours seem kind of low too.
    Well, I'm one of those people who hesitate to put the maximum number in any blank, thinking it might "skew" the entire test because of one single question...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Well, I'm one of those people who hesitate to put the maximum number in any blank, thinking it might "skew" the entire test because of one single question...
    I bet you got all 80's on your tests in school so at to not skew the exams...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I bet you got all 80's on your tests in school so at to not skew the exams...
    80 out of 100? We used a "max = 10" grading system...

    Anyway, I just meant that I could see why I wouldn't identify 100% percent with a certain statement and wouldn't want the test to accidentally classify me based solely on a single "4". Does that make sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    80 out of 100? We used a "max = 10" grading system...

    Anyway, I just meant that I could see why I wouldn't identify 100% percent with a certain statement and wouldn't want the test to accidentally classify me based solely on a single "4". Does that make sense?
    I understand what you're saying, but I think the chances of that happening due to only one question are pretty low, especially when there are about 20 in each category.

    Personally, my Green and Orange are a lot higher than the Gold and Blue, but some of the general characteristics from the Gold and Blue could still describe me somewhat. But at least in my case, I didn't find that any particular statements from those latter two were really deserving of a 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max View Post
    That would make me Green-Orange: The Firecracker. The description is pretty accurate, I would say.
    And accurate for your current avatar, I would say

    I'm also the firecracker: 66 green, 63 orange, 53 blue, and 27 gold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    And accurate for your current avatar, I would say

    I'm also the firecracker: 66 green, 63 orange, 53 blue, and 27 gold.
    No wonder I picked him!!! Haha. The same thing occurred to me, but you could also argue that there is a lot of gold in it as well, so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max View Post
    I understand what you're saying, but I think the chances of that happening due to only one question are pretty low, especially when there are about 20 in each category.

    Personally, my Green and Orange are a lot higher than the Gold and Blue, but some of the general characteristics from the Gold and Blue could still describe me somewhat. But at least in my case, I didn't find that any particular statements from those latter two were really deserving of a 4.
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    oooh... we took this one in college at some leadership conference thingie

    I got the same scores then

    Orange- 65
    Green- 64
    Blue- 28
    Gold- 25

    Firecracker

    the man got green and gold... he got interrogated while playing a videogame
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    61 Green
    16 Gold
    59 Orange
    63 Blue

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    Blue - 61

    Orange - 55

    Green - 29

    Gold - 23

    I already knew I was a Sunburst when I read the description, and in the back of Please Understand Me II I was only one point more NF than SP on the test that specifically asks which temperament you are.

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