Awesome, I like this style of testing. Gives a better picture instead of just small insignificant questions- this is how I tend to type strangers- "they seem like this, which appears ExxJ" etc..
I got INFP.
2 I, 1 E.
3 N, 0 S
3 F, 0 T
3 P, 0 J
IF, NP, EN, IP, FP, and NF
I think that the "second choices" could say something about your tertiary function- stuff that balances you.
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06/13 10:51:08 shortnsweet: no you!!
06/13 10:51:12 shortnsweet: go do your things and my things too!
06/13 10:51:23 five sounds: oh hell naw
06/13 10:51:55 shortnsweet: !!!!
06/13 10:51:57 shortnsweet: (cries)
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1. I went with IF with IT being a close second. I guess because I really like harmony and don't feel comfortable without it. I could easily eliminate ET and EF.
2. I couldn't answer this question. I relate to most parts of all four descriptions but none completely. I relate to most of the NP but don't typically have as much problems working with structure. I relate to most of the SJ but not quite as structured or as routine oriented. The NJ fits me except I'm probably not quite as much of a self-starter or change agent as they are. And all of the SP fits except for the fact that I like abstract thinking.
3. IN is easily the best fit. I do relate to parts of the IS and the EN though. I could quickly rule out ES.
4. Went with IP but relate almost as well to IJ and EP. EJ not so much.
5. I went with TP but I relate to most of TJ and FP. FJ not so much.
6. NT by a landslide. Maybe a little NF thrown in there. SF and ST did not appeal to me.
5w6 or 9w1 sp/so/sx, I think
I included my runner-up option for each question as well (in the parentheses), since many of them were strong runners-up.
1. c (b) = IT (IF)
2. a (d) = NP (SP)
3. a (c) = IN (EN)
4. d (b) = IP (IJ)
5. c (d) = TP (FP)
6. a (b) = NT (NF)
Answer = INTP
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“Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft
c. I pride myself in my ability to critically analyze and solve difficult problems. I am often slow to accept others’ opinions, even those of so-called experts. Instead, I prefer think for myself and draw my own conclusions. While I am not a domineering person, I will express my disagreement when called for by the circumstances. it
a. I am creative, idealistic, and individualistic, often unconventional. I am not afraid to question the status quo and enjoy entertaining a variety of perspectives on a given topic. Others generally see me as casual, easygoing, and adaptable. I have difficulty working in structured environments, preferring to work according to my own terms and in my own personalized fashion. I require a great deal of freedom and personal control over my life and work np.
d. I am someone who enjoys material comforts and pleasures. I relish the sights, sounds, tastes, and textures of life. I am very observant and attuned to the world around me, aware of the latest fads, music, or fashions. If something happens in my immediate environment, I am quick to notice and respond. I am an active person—a “doer”—and keep myself occupied with tasks, work, or social engagements. In my down time, I enjoy television, sports, movies, or other forms of entertainment. sp
d. Others see me as approachable, casual, low-maintenance, and easy to be around. I am rarely forceful, generally preferring to listen or ask questions rather than carry the weight of a conversation. In some regards, I resemble a chameleon, adapting and blending into whatever situation I find myself. I also require a fair amount of time alone to read, reflect, tinker, create, or explore my interests. Because of my need for extensive alone time, some may see me as somewhat aloof, self-centered, or self-indulge ip
b. While I can be logical and skeptical in my thinking, I don’t come across as overly pretentious, uptight, or nitpicky. I usually go with the flow and do not directly challenge others’ ideas unless they appear blatantly wrong-minded. My interaction style is somewhat indirect, often using probing questions rather than direct assertions to prove a point. Though I can be firm when I need to be, I usually assume a more relaxed, informal interpersonal style. I enjoy solving challenging problems, but am not highly methodical or systematic in my approach. Instead, I rely on my wits and reason, figuring things out as I go. fj
d. I am a bona fide realist. I don’t care much for grand theories or flights of the imagination, but am more concerned about what needs to be done. I am a hands-on person and don’t mind physical labor, at least occasionally. I readily retain facts and information about things that interest me and can do fairly well with crunching numbers or manipulating data. I don’t mind fixing or working with machines, tools, and technology, activities that engage both my mind and my hands st.