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    Originally saw this on INTJ Forum. Test scoring on the 4 MBTI dichotomies. It has a fairly good feedback page.

    http://www.parentingbytemperament.co...mentSorter.php

    Result:

    In Summary:

    Your Preferences are:
    Introversion (Very Strong)
    Intuition (Very Strong)
    Thinking (Strong)
    Judging (Clear)
    Your core Temperament is Intuition (NT)
    Your Type is INTJ
    (Introversion, Intuition, Thinking, Judging)

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    Your Preferences are:
    Introversion (Very Strong)
    Intuition (Clear)
    Thinking (Clear)
    Perceiving (Strong)
    Your core Temperament is Intuition (NT)
    Your Type is INTP
    (Introversion, Intuition, Thinking, Perceiving)

    No, no, no! I'm not an INTP... Why do I keep scoring as such...?
    ...

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    Interestingly, this test exactly fits my own prior comments about the 24 types of INTP, where I ordered myself NPIT.

    Your Preferences are:

    Introversion (Strong)
    Intuition (Very Strong)
    Thinking (Clear)
    Perceiving (Very Strong)

    Your core Temperament is Intuition (NT)
    Your Type is INTP
    (Introversion, Intuition, Thinking, Perceiving)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrinth View Post
    Your Preferences are:
    Introversion (Very Strong)
    Intuition (Clear)
    Thinking (Clear)
    Perceiving (Strong)
    Your core Temperament is Intuition (NT)
    Your Type is INTP
    (Introversion, Intuition, Thinking, Perceiving)

    No, no, no! I'm not an INTP... Why do I keep scoring as such...?
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    Your ratings:
    •Introversion--Strong
    •Sensing--Strong
    •Thinking--Clear
    •Perceiving--Clear

    hmm...
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    •Introversion--Very Strong
    •Intuition--Strong
    •Thinking--Slight
    •Perceiving--Clear


    Pretty consistent with my own self-assessment.

    Oh and the NTs are called passionate achievers. Since when have NTs ever been called passionate?
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    ESTP my ass.

    Extraversion--Slight
    Sensing--Slight
    Thinking--Slight
    Perceiving--Strong

    Your Sensing and Perceiving (SP) Temperament

    Overall:

    All SPs have a heightened zest for living in the moment, a love of skillful performance and action, a very practical take on life, exceptional memory for factual information, and a passionate desire to be free of schedules, timetables, rules and restraints.

    Special strengths: They are flexible and can adapt easily to changes in plans. They are spontaneous and most often are great fun to be with. Asking only to be free themselves, SPs are tolerant and acceptant of differences in others, and rarely critical.

    Possible Weaknesses: These are simply the opposite side of their charms and particularly include problems getting necessary but boring things done, and some lack of concern/lack of planning for the future.

    SPs as parents

    Strengths: They are typically playful and warmly accepting with their children. Children of SP parents should remember many happy times with these parents. SPs are relatively accepting and non-judgmental about minor misbehaviors. They particularly enjoy teaching their children the skills that they acquired themselves, from hop-scotch to model building to wilderness survival.

    Possible Weaknesses: May have problems maintaining firm, consistent discipline, and carrying out penalties that stretch out over time. May sometimes fail to provide structured times and expectations for homework, chores, etc.

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    Introversion--Clear
    Intuition--Slight
    Feeling--Strong
    Perceiving--Clear

    My impression is that a lot of options that give points to intuition on popular dichotomous tests describe Pe more than N.
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    Introversion (Strong)
    Intuition (Very Strong)
    Feeling (Clear)
    Perceiving (Very Strong)

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    Extraversion (Strong)
    Intuition (Very Strong)
    Feeling (Very Strong)
    Perceiving (Very Strong)

    I swear I've seen these questions before. O: Not surprised that extraversion is the weakest part of me haha.

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    You's ratings:
    Extraversion--Clear
    Intuition--Very Strong
    Thinking--Strong
    Perceiving--Very Strong
    Little does this archiac geocities lay-out test know I am not enough adult to be tested.
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