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    ExxP for me! Huh.

    Definite extrovert and perceiver, unclear on sensor/intuitive and thinker/feeler. According to this.
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    Some tests exist where I can answer truthfully to myself and still come out ISTP. This is one of those tests where by basically admitting to having an intellectual ego I get funnelled away from the sensing pipeline.

    Example: Intellectual vs Practical

    I don't find the two in the same realm at any rate of comparison.

    Needless to say, I scored INTP/ENTP. Perhaps it is a hangup inherent to the system, but I prefer to think it is an operator error.
    Many dichotomy tests tell me I could be a thinker or feeler because I'm not a mindless puddle of irrational emotion, and am not always "nice." Contrary to popular belief, "niceness" is not the defining feature of being an F, nor is "helping other people out."

    A lot of supposed F questions are Fe specific and a lot of supposed S questions are Si specific.

    I actually had a test once that told me I was an ENTP who wanted to be an ENFP who was attracted to INTJs.

    I've also scored as ISTP on at least two of these styles of tests.

    Read: tests made by simplistic idiots who don't understand type theory.

    I'm always a perceiver, though. ALWAYS.

    I have a large P-ness, and I'm a heterosexual lady person.

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    So many of them did not seem opposites at all.
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    So many of them did not seem opposites at all.
    I know right? I'm such a Pe type I just go down and click "sometimes, sometimes, maybe, sometimes."

    It makes the test very confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    So many of them did not seem opposites at all.
    True. I chose the middle response for many of the questions.

    Like hardworking vs. fun. Supposedly hardworking is J and fun is P but I believe that work and fun can be one and the same and if they are not, one can work hard and also play hard.

    I could go on with several other questions.
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    Section I: Your Dimension Results
    You May Be an Extravert or an Introvert
    You Are an Intuitive
    You Are a Feeler
    You Are a Judger


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    As expected based on the questions I was answering, INxP:
    • You Are an Introvert
    • You Are an Intuitive
    • You May Be a Feeler or a Thinker
    • You Are a Perceiver





    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post
    Many dichotomy tests tell me I could be a thinker or feeler because I'm not a mindless puddle of irrational emotion, and am not always "nice." Contrary to popular belief, "niceness" is not the defining feature of being an F, nor is "helping other people out."
    I agree. The test is kind of conventional that way... just your conventional binary-answer MBTI type quiz, all prettied up.

    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    So many of them did not seem opposites at all.
    Some tests don't actually do binaries, they're cross-factoring checking to see what you prefer between different pairs and using a best fit kind of algorithm.

    But I'm not sure what kind of test this is, as many of the questions (although not all) seemed pretty binary-matching to me. Were the other questions mistakes in the test creation or did they serve a purpose?
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    I got INXJ.

    I hated the statement, "it's best to be objective when making a decision" as an indicator of T. Yes it is best but am I always, no.

    I answered "sometimes" for atleast 30% of the questions.

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    INTx.
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    A single event can awaken within us a stranger totally unknown to us. To live is to be slowly born.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    "it's best to be objective when making a decision"
    I answered this to the affirmative, along with the one that 'people ought to be more logical.'

    We're the worst Feelers

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