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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Hermione is either an ISTJ or an INTJ. She is really practical, but I do think she is a bit more on the curious side. .
    And no, not because I am an ENTP. Can you give me reasons as to why they are not ENTPs? My type does not cloud my judgement.[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Hermione is either an ISTJ or an INTJ. She is really practical, but I do think she is a bit more on the curious side.
    A Si-dom can't be curious?

    I still maintain that an INTJ would never discount a set of potions instructions that are clearly more correct just because they weren't the "official instructions".
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    Oh, that is a good point actually.

    INTJs are never insanely stuck on rules, though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Oh, that is a good point actually.

    INTJs are never insanely stuck on rules, though?
    They can be (usually their rules, heh). As always, people are individuals before they are types. But that wasn't even a rule. Hermione just didn't want to learn a method that was different than the "accepted" method.

    And, as I'm sure has been mentioned in this thread before: N doesn't equal intelligence. Si and Te together are actually a very powerful knowledge base, provided they're used correctly. Consider what type of knowledge she has: sometimes, her answers are word for word from the textbook. She sucked at Divination because it wasn't a subject that could be learned from a book. I've heard speculation before that, were she in Ravenclaw, she wouldn't even be able to get into the common room, which I agree with. She'd spend hours searching for an answer to the "Chicken or egg?" variation in the library before attempting to answer it, and the actual solution would probably frustrate her. She's intelligent, but she isn't intuitive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aerithria View Post
    They can be (usually their rules, heh). As always, people are individuals before they are types. But that wasn't even a rule. Hermione just didn't want to learn a method that was different than the "accepted" method.

    And, as I'm sure has been mentioned in this thread before: N doesn't equal intelligence. Si and Te together are actually a very powerful knowledge base, provided they're used correctly. Consider what type of knowledge she has: sometimes, her answers are word for word from the textbook. She sucked at Divination because it wasn't a subject that could be learned from a book. I've heard speculation before that, were she in Ravenclaw, she wouldn't even be able to get into the common room, which I agree with. She'd spend hours searching for an answer to the "Chicken or egg?" variation in the library before attempting to answer it, and the actual solution would probably frustrate her. She's intelligent, but she isn't intuitive.
    I know intelligence doesn't equal intuitive. Even though I have read the books many, many, many times I forgot those details.

    I suppose she is an ISTJ. Very traditional. Thank you for pointing this out
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    Hermione a Sensor? She's usually the one connecting the dots... But at the other hand, she's really loyal to authority (eg. standard potions book). Authority has to fail bigly before she turns herself against it. And when she's against, she'll stay against...
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    Imo, Hermione isn't even all that smart. She's just a well organized, 'human' version of the internet. A vast storage of information. Just because she knows a lot of information doesn't make her smart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecantSquared View Post
    Imo, Hermione isn't even all that smart. She's just a well organized, 'human' version of the internet. A vast storage of information. Just because she knows a lot of information doesn't make her smart.
    It depends on how you define smart.
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    She was intelligent, very much so. One has to be able to smart to understand the complex information you retain.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Hermione a Sensor? She's usually the one connecting the dots... But at the other hand, she's really loyal to authority (eg. standard potions book). Authority has to fail bigly before she turns herself against it. And when she's against, she'll stay against...
    She does connect dots, but is that using intuition or is that just using her logic to connect the dots?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Hermione a Sensor? She's usually the one connecting the dots... But at the other hand, she's really loyal to authority (eg. standard potions book). Authority has to fail bigly before she turns herself against it. And when she's against, she'll stay against...
    She connects the dots because she's the only student who actually appears to be doing any studying in the school. She has excellent memory and always fuzzes over straight facts and details. No doubt she's a Sensor.
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