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    Your Responses suggest that your Watchword Type is: I N F J


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    Your responses suggest that your Watchword Type is: I N F J

    Im wondering if it doesn't just evaluate how many times a person clicks Inner/Outer Feelings/Reason Concrete/Abstract Static/Changing and then go 'hey he prefers Inner/Reason/Abstract/Static:

    HES AN INTJ!

    Probably doesn't help that people are going to be influenced, no matter how subtly, by their own persona's of what a type is and what words are most likely to be associated with that types considered outlook and therefore look at those words as being relative to abstraction or rationality etc...

    However I do think it is a fun little test nonetheless, but I get a little instinctual notion that this is how they evaluate it, regardless of the words used.


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    I used "effectiveness" or some very close variant three times




    It's pretty neat. "Here are some words that are on your mind. Here's how you think they're connected. Now you can get some insight on how you fundamentally think."

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    ISTJ.
    Three things:

    "Reason is our soul's left hand, faith her right." - John Donne

    "Take honour from me and my life is done" - Shakespeare's Richard II

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    Interesting test. It gave me INFP, so pretty close. A lot of my words didn't make sense, though. Maybe I didn't clear my mind enough. Or I took "ANY words" too literally... probably should have started with words that had some significance to me, not just random words (e.g. dinosaur and lemonade).
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    That was really interesting! Bookmarking.

    I got i (55%) n (55%) f (55%) j(62%-64% [??] I forget because it was the only one that was different).
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    ENTJ
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    I got INFJ 55%I 64%N 64%F 73%J

    Guide-Nostalgia
    Battle-Dependable
    Imago-Reserved
    Soul-Water
    Destiny-Chivalry
    Persona-Noble
    Shadow-Deep
    Station-Valiant
    Spectre-Stand
    Giant-Introvert
    Dwarf-Faithful

    That was a very interesting test! Thanks for posting.
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    ISFJ

    I, S, F were all 55%
    654% J
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    5w6 or 9w1 sp/so/sx, I think
    Ravenclaw/Hufflepuff
    Neutral Good
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    It typed me as ISFP. Not too far off, especially when you take into account the percentages.

    I:73%
    S:55%
    F:82%
    P:64%

    A few of the dynamics were especially interesting and accurate.

    Guide = Resurrection
    Giant = Spiritual
    Dwarf = Sarcasm
    Soul = Demon
    Persona = Betrayal
    Imago = Karma
    Shadow = Condescending
    Spectre = Anti-hero
    Station = Inevitability
    Battle = Witch
    Destiny = Forbidden
    ...

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