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  1. #51
    Member Nymphie's Avatar
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    Concrete Sequential (CS) = 0
    Abstract Sequential (AS) = 16
    Abstract Random (AR) = 16
    Concrete Random (CR) = 28

    Silly people multiplying the actual number instead of the total by four :P

    Abstract Sequential Thinkers love the world of theory and abstract thought.
    We stress that no thinking style is superior; they are simply different. Each style can be effective in its own way. The important thing is that you become more aware of which thinking style works best for you. Once you know your own style you can then analyze the others. This will help you understand other people better. It will make you more flexible. And perhaps we can all pick up tips from each other on how to be more effective.
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    Concrete Sequential: 0 (fuck you reality)
    Concrete Random: 52
    Abstract Sequential: 52

    Abstract Random: 20

    No idea how to fucking interpret this into anything useful due to the extended profiles link being down. I'll wait for some more typing theories to show up on this.

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    Abstract Random Thinkers organize information through reflection, and thrive in unstructured, people-oriented environments.

    I=4
    II=4
    III=12
    IV=9

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    abstract sequential : 40 : theory & abstract thought
    abstract random : 32 : reflection & unstructured people-oriented environments
    concrete random : 32 : experimenters
    concrete sequential : 12 reality, what's that again?

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    Concrete Sequential: 12
    Abstract Sequential: 36
    Abstract Random: 48
    Concrete Random: 24
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    Concrete Sequential: 12
    Abstract Sequential: 52
    Abstract Random: 24
    Concrete Random: 40

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    Concrete Sequential: 56
    Abstract Sequential: 44
    Concrete Random: 12
    Abstract Random: 8

    I think I might be a sensor haha

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    I am the best at Abstract random and I had 0 points at Concrete Sequential

    I think:
    Concrete Sequential Thinkers - Si
    Concrete Random Thinkers - Se
    Abstract Random Thinkers - Ne
    Abstract Sequential Thinkers - Ni

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    Concrete Sequential (CS) = 16
    Abstract Sequential (AS) = 36
    Abstract Random (AR) = 20
    Concrete Random (CR) = 48

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    Here's how I interpret it:

    Concrete Sequential (CS) = Te = 32
    Abstract Sequential (AS) = Ti = 32
    Abstract Random (AR) = Ni = 28
    Concrete Random (CR) = Ne = 24

    According to this I am an ENTJ.


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