Si-subtype>Fe-subtype for me, based on the Wikisocion description. I can kind of relate to IEI, although they're more grandiose and provocative than I am, ironically enough. I've also found the Beta-groups I've participated in entertaining, although Alpha groups seem to suit my needs better when it comes to socializing - a similarly jovial atmosphere, but a little less rough-around-the-edges.
Wow that 2nd test was kinda cool, the wording of the questions felt comfortable but who knows the next test result could be very dissimilar.
These types might also be considered
These types are not very likely
These types are quite unlikely
these types are extremely unlikely
Last edited by OrderOfTheCaelifera; 03-14-2014 at 07:15 PM.
I'm not putting too much into online self test results without first researching other possibilities.
Your Sociotype: LSI-1Ti (ISTj)
Brief Description of the LSI
Using introverted thinking as his base function and extroverted sensing as his creative, the LSI excels at formulating systems of the world that can be practically utilized. The LSI has a strong understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of a system and can manipulate either to his advantage. Similar to the LII, the LSI creates rules and principles built on logical consistency, which he religiously adheres to. But unlike the LII, the LSI does not speculate as much on improbable possibilities but rather focuses on practical solutions to problems. At his best, the LSI acts as a model citizen or employee; dutifully providing for his family, his employer, his friends and his community. He will rigidly uphold the law and other actions he perceives as just and logical, while discouraging actions he views as unjust. At his worst, the LSI can become driven towards the acquisition of power to the detriment of anyone that stands in his way; in realizing these goals, the LSI can become oblivious to actions that many might consider inhumane.
Other Possible Types
LII (INTj): 89% as likely as LSI.
SLI (ISTp): 73% as likely as LSI.
LSE (ESTj): 70% as likely as LSI.
This is your result: