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    The first test format, wording, didn't make much sense to me so I couldn't answer decisively for anything.

    Second test much easier for me to answer.

    Your result for The Socionics Test ...
    SEI - Sensing Ethical Introtratim
    50% LII, 52% ESE, 75% SEI, 66% ILE, 61% LSI, 56% EIE, 42% IEI, 56% SLE, 26% ESI, 45% LIE, 39% ILI, 38% SEE, 53% EII, 38% LSE, 45% SLI and 36% IEE!

    SEIs have a strong connection to and ability to recognize internal physical states in themselves and others. They understand how these states are reached and are able to easily recreate or avoid them if desired. They are innately drawn to situations that satisfy their inner physical needs and experience. They are usually skilled at the art of recreation, enjoyment, and positive aesthetic experience.

    SEIs often feel that they are in a rush, both mentally and physically. Therefore, they can sometimes feel like they need to get everything done at once (which can be explained by the SEIs base and role functions). When an SEI starts a personal project, they often have the tendency to try to get concrete results in the shortest amount of time, which can lead to rushing and carelessness. This could lead to the SEI becoming stressed and overworked.

    Often unable to express their feelings well using words, the SEI will instead create "art" (artwork, food, writing, or any other aesthetic situations) to illustrate the comfort or discomfort that they are experiencing internally.

    SEIs try to make their livingspace comforting and appealing to the senses and strive to improve the lives of those they are close to.

    SEIs are sensitive to the emotional atmosphere around them, either from an individual, a group, or even from inanimate objects and their physical environment. A positive emotional atmosphere is essential to their sense of well being and inner peace, and they either try to create that atmosphere by directly influencing their surrounding, or by simply removing themselves from the situation or people that in their view is the cause of a negative emotional environment. In the former case they often use humor to lighten the atmosphere by cracking jokes and lighthearted teasing.

    A SEI can also take the role of a "clown" of sorts to ensure all people are emotionally light and comfortable. SEIs are also capable of creating an intimate open atmosphere where others can be comfortable sharing their emotions or talking about their problems. SEIs also tend to mirror and heighten the emotions experienced by the group dynamically.

    SEIs are generally unable to conceal their feelings because their faces are so emotionally expressive. They display their comfort and discomfort vividly, and can often be seen wearing the widest smiles or the longest frowns.
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    Reinin Dichotomy test:

    ESI - Ethical Sensing Introtratim

    62% LII, 55% ESE, 59% SEI, 59% ILE, 27% LSI, 59% EIE, 42% IEI, 56% SLE, 65% ESI, 42% LIE, 39% ILI, 34% SEE, 41% EII, 35% LSE, 58% SLI and 45% IEE!

    The ESI sees reality primarily through static personal ethics and stable interpersonal bonds between individuals, including himself, where the status of such interpersonal bonds is determined by his personal ethics. The ESI is very confident in evaluating the ethical or moral qualities, and their consistency, of other people as well of himself. This makes ESIs seem "judgmental" or "self-righteous" to people less so inclined. If an ESI has difficulty in deciding the status of a personal relationship, he will take action to try to reach a conclusion, but if that continues to elude him, he will regard the relationship as not worth it. His own sense of constancy in personal ethics and in his relationships with others is a very strong factor in his sense of self-worth.



    This is manifested as a very high regard for personal loyalty and integrity, both on the part of the ESI and of others towards each other and towards the ESI. The idea that he failed on that is extremely upsetting to an ESI, and such a suggestion, made by others, is seen as the ultimate insult if the ESI himself does not agree. The same goes for accusations of unethical or unprincipled behavior that the ESI regards as unjustified.



    ESIs are very often more confident of the status of a personal relationship - and of what it should be in their view - than other persons; therefore ESIs often take it upon themselves to establish, maintain, preserve, or change the status of such relationships.



    ESIs take direct action to accomplish their goals and desires in the face of external obstacles, and also the interests of their close friends, family, or associates. This may involve prodding others to take necessary action, deliberately applying pressure in specific situations, or abruptly taking on an organizational role. ESIs do not generally seek out confrontation, but neither are they afraid of it. They are inclined to be resolute in taking action and value this quality in themselves and others; however, this also leads to occasional impulsiveness, leading to actions that the ESI later regrets and wishing he hadn't taken, with considerable self-criticism.



    ESIs take their responsibilities seriously and tend to perform them diligently and with care. They expect the same of others and make that clear. They can be very demanding co-workers and bosses, but not more than they are of themselves.



    ESIs tend to evaluate people's ethical behavior "as it is" and not "as it could be" or "as it could be interpreted according to the context or another person's point of view". That means that they can be perceived as unrelentingly harsh, even unforgiving or vindictive, when correcting, punishing or even avenging what they see as unethical behavior, especially betrayal of trust. "Evil must be punished" or even "destroyed" is one of the ESI's mottos.



    ESIs place great value in long-term achievement and accumulation of wealth, but only as long as those do not conflict with their introverted feeling priorities.



    ESIs have a strong sense of what is and is not physically attractive, and will often judge themselves against a very difficult criteria.


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    While I identify with many aspects of ESI as an internal experience, it isn't something that manifests externally as often as this description seems to imply.

  3. #13
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    Your result for The Socionics Valued Function Test

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    38% Ne, 46% Ni, 38% Se, 23% Si, 15% Te, 15% Ti, 15% Fe and 23% Fi!

    The hell?

    Did I do this wrong or something?

    46% on Ni my ass.


    Your result for The Socionics Test

    ESI - Ethical Sensing Introtratim

    35% LII, 36% ESE, 41% SEI, 50% ILE, 48% LSI, 44% EIE, 45% IEI, 47% SLE, 65% ESI, 48% LIE, 42% ILI, 50% SEE, 62% EII, 44% LSE, 61% SLI and 61% IEE!

    The ESI sees reality primarily through static personal ethics and stable interpersonal bonds between individuals, including himself, where the status of such interpersonal bonds is determined by his personal ethics. The ESI is very confident in evaluating the ethical or moral qualities, and their consistency, of other people as well of himself. This makes ESIs seem "judgmental" or "self-righteous" to people less so inclined. If an ESI has difficulty in deciding the status of a personal relationship, he will take action to try to reach a conclusion, but if that continues to elude him, he will regard the relationship as not worth it. His own sense of constancy in personal ethics and in his relationships with others is a very strong factor in his sense of self-worth.

    This is manifested as a very high regard for personal loyalty and integrity, both on the part of the ESI and of others towards each other and towards the ESI. The idea that he failed on that is extremely upsetting to an ESI, and such a suggestion, made by others, is seen as the ultimate insult if the ESI himself does not agree. The same goes for accusations of unethical or unprincipled behavior that the ESI regards as unjustified.

    ESIs are very often more confident of the status of a personal relationship - and of what it should be in their view - than other persons; therefore ESIs often take it upon themselves to establish, maintain, preserve, or change the status of such relationships.

    ESIs take direct action to accomplish their goals and desires in the face of external obstacles, and also the interests of their close friends, family, or associates. This may involve prodding others to take necessary action, deliberately applying pressure in specific situations, or abruptly taking on an organizational role. ESIs do not generally seek out confrontation, but neither are they afraid of it. They are inclined to be resolute in taking action and value this quality in themselves and others; however, this also leads to occasional impulsiveness, leading to actions that the ESI later regrets and wishing he hadn't taken, with considerable self-criticism.

    ESIs take their responsibilities seriously and tend to perform them diligently and with care. They expect the same of others and make that clear. They can be very demanding co-workers and bosses, but not more than they are of themselves.

    ESIs tend to evaluate people's ethical behavior "as it is" and not "as it could be" or "as it could be interpreted according to the context or another person's point of view". That means that they can be perceived as unrelentingly harsh, even unforgiving or vindictive, when correcting, punishing or even avenging what they see as unethical behavior, especially betrayal of trust. "Evil must be punished" or even "destroyed" is one of the ESI's mottos.

    ESIs place great value in long-term achievement and accumulation of wealth, but only as long as those do not conflict with their introverted feeling priorities.

    ESIs have a strong sense of what is and is not physically attractive, and will often judge themselves against a very difficult criteria.


    Pretty accurate aside from those crossed out parts.

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    EII (INFj)
    47% LII, 39% ESE, 63% SEI, 38% ILE, 48% LSI, 44% EIE, 33% IEI, 59% SLE, 42% ESI, 45% LIE, 48% ILI, 44% SEE, 68% EII, 50% LSE, 42% SLI and 67% IEE!

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    Socionics test

    LIE - Logical intuitive extravtraim

    You scored 60% on LIE, higher than 66% of your peers.

    38% LII, 39% ESE
    56% SEI, 47% ILE,
    45% LSI, 47% EIE,
    42% IEI, 44% SLE,
    52% ESI, 64% LIE,
    48% ILI, 59% SEE,
    50% EII, 35% LSE,
    45% SLI and 42% IEE!


    Socionics valued function test:
    SEI - ISFp - Mediator

    31% Ne
    46% Ni
    31% Se
    81% Si
    15% Te
    15% Ti
    38% Fe
    27% Fi

    I definitely relate more to SEI than LIE
    MBTI: ISFP
    Enneagram tritype: 9w8, 7w6,4w3
    Cognitive functions: Fi-Si-Se-Ti-Ni-Ne-Te-Fe


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    ILI - Intuitive Logical Introtratim

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    As for the Valued Functions test:

    Got ILI

    15% Ne, 46% Ni, 46% Se, 15% Si, 23% Te, 31% Ti, 15% Fe and 8% Fi!

    Equally strong Ni and Se, fun.

    I don't really understand yet how this test works, just to some extent... more fun.


    As for the Reinin test:

    Got SLE

    47% LII, 45% ESE, 44% SEI, 38% ILE, 42% LSI, 56% EIE, 45% IEI, 78% SLE, 58% ESI, 61% LIE, 58% ILI, 41% SEE, 41% EII, 35% LSE, 45% SLI and 45% IEE!

    Isn't Reinin a load of BS though?

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    The Socionics Valued Function Test
    Unknown

    73% Ne
    8% Ni
    38% Se
    23% Si
    35% Te
    23% Ti
    15% Fe
    23% Fi!


    The Socionics Test
    LSE - Logical Sensing Extratratim

    47% LII, 55% ESE, 59% SEI, 63% ILE, 33% LSI, 38% EIE, 39% IEI, 38% SLE, 35% ESI, 45% LIE, 58% ILI, 53% SEE, 59% EII, 65% LSE, 52% SLI and 39% IEE!


    LOL. What the hell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost View Post
    The Socionics Valued Function Test
    Unknown

    73% Ne
    8% Ni
    38% Se
    23% Si
    35% Te
    23% Ti
    15% Fe
    23% Fi!


    The Socionics Test
    LSE - Logical Sensing Extratratim

    47% LII, 55% ESE, 59% SEI, 63% ILE, 33% LSI, 38% EIE, 39% IEI, 38% SLE, 35% ESI, 45% LIE, 58% ILI, 53% SEE, 59% EII, 65% LSE, 52% SLI and 39% IEE!


    LOL. What the hell?
    Well hey at least you don't seem to have biases when taking tests

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    As for the Valued Functions test:

    Got ILI

    15% Ne, 46% Ni, 46% Se, 15% Si, 23% Te, 31% Ti, 15% Fe and 8% Fi!

    Equally strong Ni and Se, fun.

    I don't really understand yet how this test works, just to some extent... more fun.


    As for the Reinin test:

    Got SLE

    47% LII, 45% ESE, 44% SEI, 38% ILE, 42% LSI, 56% EIE, 45% IEI, 78% SLE, 58% ESI, 61% LIE, 58% ILI, 41% SEE, 41% EII, 35% LSE, 45% SLI and 45% IEE!

    Isn't Reinin a load of BS though?

    Tried this socionics test.

    Your Sociotype: SLE-2Se (ESTp)
    ESI (ISFj): 91% as likely as SLE.
    ILI (INTp): 68% as likely as SLE.
    SEE (ESFp): 67% as likely as SLE.


    Hmm well I got the same two types as before and ESI/SEE in addition. Interesting.

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