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  1. #31
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    I "tested" as an INFP on this one. I don't remember all my percentages and I've already closed that tab on my browser, but it had the I at 22, P in the thirties or so, and the N and F were "distinctively expressed." I really don't know about this test's overall reliability. It's pretty close though, and in fact most of the online tests I've taken result in an INFP score, but I think that's because I am probably not super-intense on my Extraversion, though I do have that preference overall. The descriptions of ENFP fit me better too, though of course they don't fit anyone exactly. Of all the tests I've tried, the Keirsey Temperament Sorter seems the most consistently accurate, and I am a definite ENFP on that.

    I think that some questions leave room for error, like the "do you have a neat or messy desk" J/P questions and some of the I/E questions too. I say this because in order to get an accurate typing, a person should answer in accordance with their honest, innate inclinations and not with their current habits or with things that are heavily situational and dependent on lots of factors other than straightforward MBTI functions. Certain questions are hard to answer that way, though, depending on how they are phrased. For example, I would naturally tend toward a disorganized desk, especially when I was younger, but I have made a concerted effort as I have matured to have a neat work environment. So I would answer "yes, I have a neat desk", because the question did not ask what I would do when I was younger or if I did not have work obligations that require me to be neat, or if I hadn't made a conscious decision to be tidy. It asked me what my desk looks like now. So that would be a point for "J" when in fact I have a "P" preference overall. Though the more I think about it, having a P preference obviously doesn't mean having a 100% P preference, so there is a bit of wiggle room even with some unreliable questions, as most people with a P preference will answer yes to at least some of the J questions.

    Quote Originally Posted by LucrativeSid View Post
    I'm NEVER late for appointments! Does that really give me J points? To me, that's not J. That's just being smart and responsible and a few other things.

    Do I know how to put every minute of my time to good purpose? Yes, I do. If the question is asking me if I'm always busy and always working on the most important things to me, then yes, I know how to do that. It's not hard. If that was my goal, it would just be a matter of using my brain in various different ways to accomplish that goal. It doesn't mean that's always what I do, though. And if that's not the question, then every single moment of my life is put towards good purpose. That's just how I view life.

    Anyway, even while trying to analyze these questions and what they are supposed to mean, no matter how hard I try, on this test I always end up as a J, usually with a number around 33. (I even got a 33 on J the first time I took this test, before I knew anything about MBTI.) I see many people with lower J scores than that and they consider themselves Js. (Not talking about Fe.) So I'm sort of like, huh? More to learn...

    Are the P/J questions on this test as bad as I think they are, or is this just a personal problem? I am totally a P.
    Okay, you sound just like my ENTP husband when I gave him the Keirsey Temperament Sorter. I swear, it's uncanny. Every other question was met with a discussion, at relative length, of distinctions, clarifications, examples, and opinions of the "worthiness" of the question itself. He definitely scored as an ENTP, and definitely is one, but interestingly enough the percentages placed him not far from J (while still having a preference for P overall).

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    Um..what the heck. I'm a borderline personality! Except now I'm definitely a pansy. I used to always be very EN_P but right at 50/50 with T/F. Perhaps I have been engaging in too many discussions with 'T's on this forum and have decided I want to be more warm and fuzzy.

    Hahahahha...yes I laugh a lot at myself by myself. No, it will not be stopping anytime soon. There is something brash and jovial and exuberant about 'Hahahahaaha' that cannot be chained by 'LOL'

    Your Type is
    ENFP
    Extraverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving
    Strength of the preferences %
    56 50 62 56

    Took it again not 2 minutes later and got
    Your Type is
    ENFP
    Extraverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving
    Strength of the preferences %
    67 62 62 33

    I'm neurotic, I took it a third time not 5 minutes after taking Autumn's advice
    Your Type is
    ENFP
    Extraverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving
    Strength of the preferences %
    44 38 50 33

    I think I accidentally skipped a question or two the first time...how very enfp of me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    Your Type is
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    Introverted Intuitive Feeling Judging
    Strength of the preferences %
    I-33 N-25 F-50 J-1

    Look at that J!

    I agree Kiddo, you are one sorry 'J'. I bet the other J's eat you for lunch.

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    Your Type is
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    Extraverted Intuitive Feeling Judging
    Strength of the preferences %
    22 12 38 22

    Kinda borderline on everything.

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    Your Type is
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    I - 78 N - 88 T - 81 P - 44

    You are:

    * very expressed introvert
    * very expressed intuitive personality
    * very expressed thinking personality
    * moderately expressed perceiving personality

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    Introverted - 100
    Intuitive - 100
    Feeling - 38
    Judging - 1

    very expressed introvert
    very expressed intuitive personality
    moderately expressed feeling personality
    slightly expressed judging personality

    I don't put much credibility in any of the tests that don't even hint at cognitive process in their description, but the results were still close enough to show that borderline J/P distinction, and based on Fi being the process I relate most to, I'm still inclined to believe INFP is a better fit than INFJ for me.

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    Extraverted Intuitive Feeling Judging
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    44 88 6 39

    moderately expressed extrovert
    very expressed intuitive personality
    slightly expressed feeling personality
    moderately expressed judging personality


    This is explains why I tend to be more pragmatic for a feeling type. Groovy.

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    Your Type is
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    Extraverted Intuitive Thinking Perceiving
    Strength of the preferences %
    100 100 100 100

    ZOMFG. What a good test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    Your Type is
    INFJ
    Strength of the preferences %
    I-33 N-25 F-50 J-1

    Look at that J!
    It's been a month so I retook it and answered as honestly as I could.

    Your Type is
    INFJ
    Strength of the preferences %
    I-33 N-50 F-50 J-22

    I love how my level of I and F are exactly the same. This is a very consistent test. It's weird that my N and J went up, but that could have a lot to do with all the association with INFJs I've had on this site over the last month.

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    Your Type is
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    89 100 38 1

    J is 1... how typical... I also didn't like this test much... some stuff doesn't apply.

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