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  • SanPhleg

    11 6.29%
  • SanChol

    11 6.29%
  • SanMel

    7 4.00%
  • PhlegSan

    12 6.86%
  • PhlegChol

    2 1.14%
  • PhlegMel

    34 19.43%
  • CholSan

    10 5.71%
  • CholMel

    17 9.71%
  • CholPhleg

    5 2.86%
  • MelPhleg

    38 21.71%
  • MelSan

    6 3.43%
  • MelChol

    22 12.57%
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    Phlegmatic Strength:11 Weakness:10 53%
    Melancholy Strength:7 Weakness:7 35%
    Choleric Strength:1 Weakness:2 8%
    Sanguine Strength:1 Weakness:1 5%

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    Your personality is Phlegmatic Melancholy.
    Melancholy Strength:6 Weakness:7
    33%
    Phlegmatic Strength:12 Weakness:9
    53%
    Sanguine Strength:2 Weakness:2
    10%
    Choleric Strength:0 Weakness:2
    5%

    I guess it is better than the 9 question test we took in school.

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    From wolfy's link:

    Most of it is off. Only the underlined parts are somewhat fitting. Ah well.


    Helper Pattern


    Phlegmatic-Melancholy

    "S-C"

    The Helper is more consistent than the other Phlegmatics. They are very routine, accommodating and passive. Patience, control and deliberateness characterize the usual behavior of this amiable and easy going individual. This determined and persistent individual brings a deceptively intense approach to the task. Being low-key, their involvement in a task is not easily observed. They are calm, steady and persevering. They are successful because of persistence. After starting a project they will usually see it through to completion. They are independent, questioning and thorough in their approach and will follow through. They want to operate by themselves and set their own pace. They are very possessive of family, material things and friends. Once their mind is made up they will resist any other method of approach. They prefer work of a technical nature and involvement with a limited number of people. They approach a task with calculated moderation. They are always willing to help those they consider to be their friend.

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    Melancholy Choleric.

    Melancholy Strength:9 Weakness:8 43%
    Phlegmatic Strength:2 Weakness:5 18%
    Sanguine Strength:1 Weakness:3 10%
    Choleric Strength:8 Weakness:4 30%

    The test adds up to 101%

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    Phlegmatic 35% (7, 7)
    Sanguine 33% (5, 8)

    I think it fits, this is quite revealing, an enneagram 3 INFP...
    5 3 9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Okay I just retook this and got Phlegmatic and Choleric as my top two. Doesn't this seem a bit contradictory?
    No, not at all. Allthe four temperament blend together in different types. For an INTP, INP (Behind the Scenes)=Phlegmatic; NT=Choleric. Some are coming out Melancholy instead, but in your case, it matches perfectly!

    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    From wolfy's link:

    Most of it is off. Only the underlined parts are somewhat fitting. Ah well.


    Helper Pattern


    Phlegmatic-Melancholy

    "S-C"

    The Helper is more consistent than the other Phlegmatics. They are very routine, accommodating and passive. Patience, control and deliberateness characterize the usual behavior of this amiable and easy going individual. This determined and persistent individual brings a deceptively intense approach to the task. Being low-key, their involvement in a task is not easily observed. They are calm, steady and persevering. They are successful because of persistence. After starting a project they will usually see it through to completion. They are independent, questioning and thorough in their approach and will follow through. They want to operate by themselves and set their own pace. They are very possessive of family, material things and friends. Once their mind is made up they will resist any other method of approach. They prefer work of a technical nature and involvement with a limited number of people. They approach a task with calculated moderation. They are always willing to help those they consider to be their friend.
    Your score was very Phlegmatic, and I would expect the INFP to be pure Phlegmatic. This test does not seem to yield "pure" temperaments. Whichever one scores second place is assumed to be a blending with the primary temperament. So you're probably not really a Phleg-Mel (I would expect ISFJ to fit this better, or in the reverse, INFJ), but rather a pure Phlegmatic, ans in this test, Melancholy just happened to come up second.

    From that site, try this page: PD Services Page and see if the description of the pure Phlegmatic is more accurate.

    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    Phlegmatic 35% (7, 7)
    Sanguine 33% (5, 8)

    I think it fits, this is quite revealing, an enneagram 3 INFP...
    As INFP, yes, you would be very Phlegmatic. If the Sanguine is to be taken into account as blended with Phlegmatic, it would also suggest ISFP or ENFP.
    APS Profile: Inclusion: e/w=1/6 (Supine) |Control: e/w=7/3 (Choleric) |Affection: e/w=1/9 (Supine)
    Ti 54.3 | Ne 47.3 | Si 37.8 | Fe 17.7 | Te 22.5 | Ni 13.4 | Se 18.9 | Fi 27.9

    Temperament (APS) from scratch -- MBTI Type from scratch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    As INFP, yes, you would be very Phlegmatic. If the Sanguine is to be taken into account as blended with Phlegmatic, it would also suggest ISFP or ENFP.
    , I think I'll just consider INFP for now
    5 3 9

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Melancholy Strength:18%
    Phlegmatic Strength:35%
    Sanguine 25%
    Choleric 23%

    That's about right.
    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    As INFP, yes, you would be very Phlegmatic. If the Sanguine is to be taken into account as blended with Phlegmatic, it would also suggest ISFP or ENFP.
    I guess then my numbers would make sense for an ISFP.

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    Sanguine melancholy.

    The strengths and weaknesses seem to negate each other though, makes no sense.
    Echo - "So are you trying to say she is Evil"

    DeWitt - "Something far worse, she's an Idealist"

    Berb's Johari Berb's Nohari

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    Phlegmatic Melancholy.

    Melancholy 28%
    Phlegmatic 43%
    Sanguine 18%
    Choleric 13%

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