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  • I'm an INTP in MBTI and an INTp in Socionics

    5 41.67%
  • I'm an INTP in MBTI and an INTj in Socionics

    3 25.00%
  • I'm an INTJ in MBTI and an INTp in Socionics

    0 0%
  • I'm an INTJ in MBTI and an INTj in Socionics

    1 8.33%
  • I'm an ENTJ in MBTI and an ENTj in Socionics

    1 8.33%
  • I'm an ENTJ in MBTI and an ENTp in Socionics (less likely)

    0 0%
  • I'm an ENTP in MBTI and an ENTj in Socionics

    0 0%
  • I'm an ENTP in MBTI and an ENTP in Socionics (less likely)

    0 0%
  • I don't know because these types started to get confusing (in which we could help you)

    2 16.67%
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    Default Your MBTI type and your Socionics type

    I am INTP in MBTI and an INTp in Socionics. I don't really understand MBTI anymore. The type profiling on some sites make a bit of sense, but more like asdfadsfasdfdsfasdfdasffdsdfasdf......So I want to see how people came out in both Socionics is cooool man.

    I kept the answers simple. No extravert to introvert or visa versa.

    And just in case you have something awesome to say... I'm going to say it for you instead:


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    I don't understand the difference [I'm a bit new]. I thought Socionics and MBTI were one and the same. The type descriptions for INTP for me are spot on and describe me very well. What's the difference?



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    Socionics and MBTI are quite different. The greatest difference is probably that socionics gives a reason function (that is F or T) to all IJ types as first or like they call it, leading function.

    Besides that it represents a more thought through model of all 8 functions within one type. It for example says, if you primary function is "introverted Thinking", then "extroverted Thinking" is your ignoring function. What means, you make fun out of extroverted thinkers, because you think they do things wrong. What implies that you are somewhat adept at extroverted thinking, because otherwise it would not be possible to make fun out of it.

    And that makes perfect sense, to justify the concept that an introverted thinker has less knowledge than an extroverted thinker of thinking and vice versa, does make no sense.

    I dont see the point to the OP though. Therefore I wont answer. (I already did answer, didnt I ? well, )
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    I just think it's funny that because you have NiTe in your type field, 19/20 people here will assume you're INTJ. Such is life.

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    I'm an INTJ according to MBTI, but I haven't been able to find a good test online to determine my socionics type. The only test I found used like three questions, which is unreliable. Can anybody recommend a test?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josephine View Post
    I'm an INTJ according to MBTI, but I haven't been able to find a good test online to determine my socionics type. The only test I found used like three questions, which is unreliable. Can anybody recommend a test?
    there are tests at ₪₪₪ Socionics - The New Psychology ₪₪₪, and they're the only soc tests i'm aware of.

    i recommend intertype relations as the most reliable way to determine type.

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    Thanks! I'll try that out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josephine View Post
    Thanks! I'll try that out.
    Try out INFJ as well. Just a hunch.

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    It gave me INFP or INFJ after the first mode (the "yes" mode), then gave me INFJ after I had completed the whole thing. I'm not too surprised - when I was first introduced to MBTI, I debated with myself extensively about whether I was INTJ or INFJ, but I decided INTJ. I think I'm right on the border with T/F - I do feel things to a great degree, but I always use logic when it comes to actually making decisions (because I don't want to do anything stupid).

    Jack Flak - what made you think so? Probably the signature?

    ETA: Well I don't ALWAYS use logic (who does?), but the most important decisions in my life have been made using logic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josephine View Post
    Jack Flak - what made you think so? Probably the signature?
    The signature was involved. I can't fully explain it though, my Intuition is out of control. Looks like there was some merit to it though!

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