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    The High Priestess Amargith's Avatar
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    First test: INFp-0Ni (IEI)

    EII (INFj): 94% as likely as IEI.
    IEE (ENFp): 93% as likely as IEI.
    EIE (ENFj): 81% as likely as IEI.

    Second one:

    IEI Your result

    IEE These types might also be considered
    EII
    EIE

    Third one

    This is your result:

    ENFP(Huxley) - 275
    INFP(Yesenin) - 260
    ISFP(Dumas) - 255

    INFJ(Dostoyevsky) - 250
    ENFJ(Hamlet) - 240
    ESFJ(Hugo) - 235
    ESFP(Napoleon) - 230
    ENTP(Don Quixote) - 215
    INTJ(Robespierre) - 185
    INTP(Balzac) - 175
    ENTJ(Jack London) - 160
    ISTP(Gabin) - 140
    ESTP(Zhukov) - 140
    ESTJ(Stirlitz) - 125
    ISFJ(Dreiser) - 125
    ISTJ(Maxim Gorky) - 110



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    First quiz: ESI-1Fi
    SEE (ESFp): 70% as likely as ESI.
    EII (INFj): 70% as likely as ESI.
    SEI (ISFp): 69% as likely as ESI.

    Second quiz:
    ESI Your result
    EII These types might also be considered
    ESE
    EIE

    Third Quiz:
    ISFJ(Dreiser) - 275
    ISTJ(Maxim Gorky) - 235
    INFJ(Dostoyevsky) - 225

    I mostly test ESI or EII, so yeah.

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    It's late so I only did the first one but I got this:

    Test Results

    Your Sociotype: EII-2Fi (INFj)

    Other Possible Types

    IEE (ENFp): 95% as likely as EII.
    EIE (ENFj): 78% as likely as EII.
    IEI (INFp): 66% as likely as EII.

    Interestingly these descriptions are extremely relatable:

    Extroverted Ethics (Fe, )

    EIIs can become expressive and very lively in groups for brief periods of time, but they always gravitate to deep, focused communication between two people or a small, close-knit group. They tend to shun wildness and prefer serious, more sensitive communication.

    EIIs are usually very straightforward about their feelings in front of others; what you see from them is what you get. Even at a party where everyone is supposed to be happy, they still find it hard to conceal their true feelings when they are in a bad mood. This can create distaste among the rest who feel that the EII is not cooperating by contributing to the positive and boisterous mood. This tends to lead others who don't know the EII well to have a misconception that he/she is a grouchy person by nature.

    Introverted Intuition (Ni, )

    The individual is quite adept at following discussions on the developments of present trends into the future and at contributing to them on occasion if he feels so inclined, but he does not take that as seriously compared to investigating possibilities in the areas he is interested in at present. He usually dismisses supernatural claims as being silly, wishful thinking, unless they happen to be related to the very specific religion he feels inclined to believe in and which he may be inclined to make part of his leisure activities.

    The individual is also not naive to future happenings. He will often warn others of negative consequences. In this way, he uses his Ni to help the PoLR of his dual. However, unlike an EIE, he will not often take his own advice nor expect others to. His Se PoLR makes it impossible for him to demand that others heed his advice, and his Ne-ego makes him place more value in the possibility that he is wrong - and that things will play out differently - than in avoiding foreseeable disasters.
    'One of (Lucas) Cranach's masterpieces, discussed by (Joseph) Koerner, is in it's self-referentiality the perfect expression of left-hemisphere emptiness and a precursor of post-modernism. There is no longer anything to point to beyond, nothing Other, so it points pointlessly to itself.' - Iain McGilChrist

    Suppose a tree fell down, Pooh, when we were underneath it?"
    "Suppose it didn't," said Pooh, after careful thought.
    Piglet was comforted by this.
    - A.A. Milne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sulfit View Post
    Most of the time these tests provide an accurate result, but occasionally they miss, so be sure to read through type profiles to verify your type.
    Reading through type profiles seems the best test out there.

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    SEE(ESFp)-Se

    ESE-ESFj
    ESI-ISFj
    SEI-ISFp

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    Your result
    LSE

    These types might also be considered
    SLE
    LSI
    SLI
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    ESTP(Zhukov) - 260
    ESTJ(Stirlitz) - 250
    ESFJ(Hugo) - 245

    ISTP(Gabin) - 235
    ENTP(Don Quixote) - 220
    ISTJ(Maxim Gorky) - 215
    ENTJ(Jack London) - 205
    ISFP(Dumas) - 195
    INTP(Balzac) - 190
    ENFP(Huxley) - 185
    ESFP(Napoleon) - 180
    ISFJ(Dreiser) - 175
    ENFJ(Hamlet) - 170
    INTJ(Robespierre) - 170
    INFP(Yesenin) - 120
    INFJ(Dostoyevsky) - 100
    I really like cats and food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sulfit View Post
    By popular request, here are a few socionics tests for finding your sociotype.



    Most of the time these tests provide an accurate result, but occasionally they miss, so be sure to read through type profiles to verify your type.
    According to the third link:
    ENTJ(Jack London) - 210
    ENTP(Don Quixote) - 205
    ENFP(Huxley) - 200
    Mostly inaccurate, and badly written.

    Second one:
    SEE Your result
    IEE These types might also be considered
    SLE
    ILE
    ESE These types are not very likely
    EIE
    LSE
    LIE
    SEI These types are quite unlikely
    IEI
    SLI
    ILI
    ESI these types are extremely unlikely
    EII
    LSI
    LII

    Probably also inaccurate. Maybe I just suck at these and don't know what the real answers are.

    Last one: ILE
    LII (INTj): 89% as likely as ILE.
    LSI (ISTj): 61% as likely as ILE.
    SLE (ESTp): 60% as likely as ILE.

    Well, I'm not ENTJ whatever the tests think...

    Maybe the three results combined are saying I'm ENTP? That's plausible. I haven't read about socionics except information about cognitive functions, but I don't understand systems as well independent of one another. I have to see the patterns and interconnections and fit them into one larger thing. Or I just really like doing the latter.

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    INTJ(Robespierre) - 270
    INTP(Balzac) - 245
    INFJ(Dostoyevsky) - 225

    ENTJ(Jack London) - 205
    ENTP(Don Quixote) - 205
    ISTJ(Maxim Gorky) - 195
    ENFJ(Hamlet) - 175
    ESTJ(Stirlitz) - 170
    ESTP(Zhukov) - 170
    ISTP(Gabin) - 170
    ENFP(Huxley) - 155
    ISFJ(Dreiser) - 150
    ISFP(Dumas) - 145
    INFP(Yesenin) - 140
    ESFJ(Hugo) - 140
    ESFP(Napoleon) - 120

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    Did the third one, which was as bizarrely worded as @DJ Arendee mentioned it was, although he said second.

    This is your result:

    ISFP(Dumas) - 290
    INFP(Yesenin) - 265
    ENFP(Huxley) - 220

    ESFJ(Hugo) - 215
    INFJ(Dostoyevsky) - 210
    ENTP(Don Quixote) - 210
    ESFP(Napoleon) - 205
    INTJ(Robespierre) - 195
    ISFJ(Dreiser) - 195
    ENFJ(Hamlet) - 190
    INTP(Balzac) - 190
    ESTJ(Stirlitz) - 175
    ISTP(Gabin) - 165
    ESTP(Zhukov) - 145
    ISTJ(Maxim Gorky) - 130
    ENTJ(Jack London) - 120
    'One of (Lucas) Cranach's masterpieces, discussed by (Joseph) Koerner, is in it's self-referentiality the perfect expression of left-hemisphere emptiness and a precursor of post-modernism. There is no longer anything to point to beyond, nothing Other, so it points pointlessly to itself.' - Iain McGilChrist

    Suppose a tree fell down, Pooh, when we were underneath it?"
    "Suppose it didn't," said Pooh, after careful thought.
    Piglet was comforted by this.
    - A.A. Milne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    First quiz: ESI-1Fi
    SEE (ESFp): 70% as likely as ESI.
    EII (INFj): 70% as likely as ESI.
    SEI (ISFp): 69% as likely as ESI.

    Second quiz:
    ESI Your result
    EII These types might also be considered
    ESE
    EIE

    Third Quiz:
    ISFJ(Dreiser) - 275
    ISTJ(Maxim Gorky) - 235
    INFJ(Dostoyevsky) - 225

    I mostly test ESI or EII, so yeah.
    Just based on your noir avatar I'd agree with esi, haha
    @greenfairy

    damn your results are a mess. did you take the test with your eyes closed? Based on your results Ne Ego seems to be up near the top. most Ne ego 9's I've met have been either LII, EII, or IEE but I'm not familiar with any ILE 9's. Most of the E9's I've met have had a hard time with typology.

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    Your Sociotype: EII-1Fi (INFj)
    Other Possible Types

    IEE (ENFp): 96% as likely as EII.
    IEI (INFp): 62% as likely as EII.
    EIE (ENFj): 55% as likely as EII.

    Pretty accurate. Those are the types I get most often. No idea which is my true type, though, both in MBTI and socionics :P

    I skipped most of the introversion/extroversion questions, because I'm honestly not sure. One thing i know is that I'm intuitive and a feeler. Everything else...bleh.

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