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    My splits don't total five because I refuse to dichotomize things that exist in tangent. So I just rated everything individually 1-5. I find it interesting how most INFPs are close on the T/F. Just goes to show how Fe those descriptors are.


    EXTRAVERT(10)..................INTROVERT (20)
    Initiating: 2 ................ Receiving: 3
    Expressive: 3 .............. Contained: 3
    Gregarious: 1 .............. Intimate: 5
    Active: 2 ....................Reflective: 4
    Enthusiastic: 3 .............Quiet: 4


    SENSORY (6)..................INTUITIVE (22)
    Concrete: 1 ................ Abstract: 5
    Realistic: 2 ................ Imaginative: 4
    Practical: 1 .............. Conceptual: 4
    Experiential: 1 ....................Theoretical: 5
    Traditional: 1 .............Original: 4


    THINKING (12)..................FEELING (17)
    Logical: 1 ................ Empathetic: 4
    Reasonable: 3 ................ Compassionate: 5
    Questioning: 3 .............. Accommodating: 2
    Critical: 3 ....................Accepting: 3
    Tough: 2 .............Tender: 4

    JUDGING (3)..................PERCEIVING (24)
    Systematic: 1 ................ Casual: 4
    Planful: 1 ................ Open-Ended: 5
    Early Starting: 1 .............. Pressure-Prompted: 5
    Scheduled: 0 ....................Spontaneous: 5
    Methodical: 0 .............Emergent: 5
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    EXTRAVERT(10)..................INTROVERT (14)
    Initiating: 3 ................ Receiving: 2
    Expressive: 2 .............. Contained: 3
    Gregarious: 1 .............. Intimate: 4
    Active: 2 ....................Reflective: 3
    Enthusiastic: 3 .............Quiet: 2


    SENSORY (5)..................INTUITIVE (20)
    Concrete: 2 ................ Abstract: 3
    Realistic: 0 ................ Imaginative: 5
    Practical: 2 .............. Conceptual: 3
    Experiential: 1 ....................Theoretical: 4
    Traditional: 0 .............Original: 5


    THINKING (11)..................FEELING (14)
    Logical: 1 ................ Empathetic: 4
    Reasonable: 0 ................ Compassionate: 5
    Questioning: 5 .............. Accommodating: 0
    Critical: 3 ....................Accepting: 2
    Tough: 2 .............Tender: 3

    JUDGING (12)..................PERCEIVING (13)
    Systematic: 3 ................ Casual: 2
    Planful: 3 ................ Open-Ended: 2
    Early Starting: 0 .............. Pressure-Prompted: 5
    Scheduled: 2 ....................Spontaneous: 3
    Methodical: 4 .............Emergent: 1
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    I have a large P-ness

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    Quote Originally Posted by iHeartCats View Post
    I have a large P-ness
    I'm sure you do.
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    So this is like the official Step II eh? Time to necro the thread!

    E (8) / I (17)

    S (17) / N (8)

    T (13) / F (12)

    J (12) / P (13)

    Barely ISTP! Though I was probably being completely arbitrary on T/F... I relate to both.
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    Extroverted--10 Introverted 15

    Initiating 2........................................Receiving 3
    Expressive 3.....................................Contained 2
    Gregarious 2.....................................Intimate 3
    Active 2............................................Reflective 3
    Enthusiastic 1....................................Quiet 4

    SENSORY (6).................................INTUITIVE (19)
    Concrete: 1 .................................. Abstract: 4
    Realistic: 2 ................................... Imaginative: 3
    Practical: 1 ................................... Conceptual: 4
    Experiential: 1 ...............................Theoretical: 4
    Traditional: 1..................................Original: 4


    THINKING (10).............................FEELING (15)
    Logical: 3.................................... Empathetic: 2
    Reasonable: 2............. ................ Compassionate: 3
    Questioning: 1 ............................ Accommodating: 4
    Critical: 2 ....................................Accepting: 3
    Tough: 2 .....................................Tender: 3

    JUDGING (14)............................PERCEIVING (11)
    Systematic:2.5 ......................... Casual: 2.5
    Planful: 2.5.............. ................ Open-Ended: 2.5
    Early Starting: 3........................ Pressure-Prompted: 2
    Scheduled: 2 ............................Spontaneous: 3
    Methodical: 4 ...........................Emergent: 1
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    Hi all! I just wanted to chime in on this thread, as I wrote the article it is based on. This is NOT the official Step II assessment, obviously, but the descriptions given are of the 40 facets measured on the official Step II assessment. The facets ARE dichotomies. If you were to take the assessment, you would come out as either side or in the middle (an indication that you swing between the facets situationally), and you would be either in or out of preference, depending on your type. You do NOT get scores on all 40 facets. Also, you could technically have all 5 facets out of preference and still be of the stated type (ex. Extravert with all Introverted facets). These facets are part of a preference, but they do not add up to the entire preference.

    The scoring on this instrument is quite complex... Some facets are determined by 5 or 6 questions, while others are determined by only 2 or 3. Also, unlike your 4-letter type, which stays with you throughout life, your facets can change over time depending on a variety of factors, and most people only have 1 or 2 facets show up as out of preference, with some having more and some having none. Yes, this assessment is pretty pricey. I wrote the article so that people who couldn't take the assessment for whatever reason would know what it's about, but know that people trying to self-assess facets almost always claim to have more facets out of preference than the assessment would indicate.

    Here's the article MBTI® Step II: The 40 Facets of the 16 Types | Personality Playbook, and please feel free to ask me if you have any questions. I am happy to answer! ~Sadie
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    Quote Originally Posted by PersonalityPlaybook View Post
    Hi all! I just wanted to chime in on this thread, as I wrote the article it is based on. This is NOT the official Step II assessment, obviously, but the descriptions given are of the 40 facets measured on the official Step II assessment. The facets ARE dichotomies. If you were to take the assessment, you would come out as either side or in the middle (an indication that you swing between the facets situationally).
    Thank you - What I find interesting is that almost everyone did it that way anyway, the total of each dichotomy of almost every person who posted remains a steady 5, even when the rule wasn't stated.

    That in itself provides support to the notion that they might actually be dichotomies, successfully representing apposing traits.

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    EXTRAVERT(7)..................INTROVERT (18)
    Initiating: 1 ................ Receiving: 4
    Expressive: 2 .............. Contained: 3
    Gregarious: 2 .............. Intimate: 3
    Active: 1 ....................Reflective: 4
    Enthusiastic: 1 .............Quiet: 4


    SENSORY (2)..................INTUITIVE (23)
    Concrete: 0 ................ Abstract: 5
    Realistic: 1 ................ Imaginative: 4
    Practical: 0 .............. Conceptual: 5
    Experiential: 0 ....................Theoretical: 5
    Traditional: 1 .............Original: 4


    THINKING (6)..................FEELING (19)
    Logical: 2 ................ Empathetic: 3
    Reasonable: 1 ................ Compassionate: 4
    Questioning: 2 .............. Accommodating: 3
    Critical: 1 ....................Accepting: 4
    Tough: 0 .............Tender: 5

    JUDGING (9)..................PERCEIVING (16)
    Systematic: 2 ................ Casual: 3
    Planful: 2 ................ Open-Ended: 3
    Early Starting: 2 .............. Pressure-Prompted: 3
    Scheduled: 1 ...................Spontaneous: 4
    Methodical: 2 .............Emergent: 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    Thank you - What I find interesting is that almost everyone did it that way anyway, the total of each dichotomy of almost every person who posted remains a steady 5, even when the rule wasn't stated.

    That in itself provides support to the notion that they might actually be dichotomies, successfully representing apposing traits.
    To be fair, the actual Step II results report facets on a normalized scale of +30 to -30, effectively. So regardless of the number of items used to calculate the result, they are all normalized to a range.

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