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    Default Cognitive Development Survey

    EDIT: My Apologies....Apparently, the author of the test disabled the ability for it to calculate results.
    I still think it has great descriptions, and the fomat makes it easy to calculate/determine the results on your own.

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    Wow!

    This is the best cognitive functions survey I've seen anywhere. Check it out! :

    http://www.cognitiveprocesses.com/as...velop_old.html

    As far as I can tell, there haven't been any posts about this one on TypologyCentral, but my sincere apologies if I'm wrong.

    It takes approx. 10 minutes to complete.

    Post your results (and your opinion of the survey as well!)

    Last edited by Spurgeon; 10-21-2011 at 05:21 PM. Reason: Massive Bungling and/or Foolishness

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    Apology accepted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Apology accepted.
    Oh crap!

    Where is it?

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    The problem is, that version of the test should be taken offline.
    The author of the test disabled the ability for it to calculate results. He did that a long time ago.

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    I'm watching you Spurgeon.

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    Hitting submit doesn't work on that site (old link)... but here's the order (strongest to weakest), from what I came up with from the survey:

    1. Ni
    2. Ti
    3. Fe
    4. Te
    5. Fi
    6. Ne
    7. Si
    8. Se

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    edit: retook the test...
    Se- 10
    Si- 16
    Te-25
    Ti- 26
    Fe- 26
    Fi- 24
    Ne-21
    Ni- 30

    Ni>Fe=Ti>Te>Fi>Ne>Si>Se

    Suggests INFJ.
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    Yikes!

    I'm really poor at foruming. Maybe I should go back to lurking. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    I'm watching you Spurgeon.
    That's funny. (Not to derail my own thread) but I've BEEN watching YOU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spurgeon View Post
    That's funny. (Not to derail my own thread) but I've BEEN watching YOU.
    Staring contest. You blink first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    The problem is, that version of the test should be taken offline.
    The author of the test disabled the ability for it to calculate results. He did that a long time ago.
    I asked him to put it back online once. The newer test is not an improvement.

    So, did he actually fix it? Can't be bothered to try atm.

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