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    Ni-Te..

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    B3 (ESI)>B2 (SEI).

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    C -2, continuing my long running trend of testing as Gamma. This is hardly surprising given my enneagram and instinctual variants. Hmmm as there seems to be a side discussion pertaining to the MBTI socionics crossover, I will add my two cents under a spoiler tag.


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    Ti Ne

    I don't even understand Ti..

    So no.

    Edit: I reread part 2. I am not reflective or closed off. So nvm.

    TeNi approved
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    Considering that this test only looks at "clubs" (NF - humanitarians, NT - researchers, SF - socials, ST - pragmatists) and temperaments (EP, IP, EJ, IJ), it's not surprising that people who are in between, at least in the second category might have issues with the test.

    The interesting thing is that the first question seems to peg clubs fairly well, without necessarily being so unsubtle that you feel like you're being forced to your destination.

    As a J-ish P (in MBTI), the uncertainty of the second set of choices didn't bother me much. I know that I'm superficially adaptive and accommodating and internally stern but that might be a difficult distinction to make or figure out, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    Considering that this test only looks at "clubs" (NF - humanitarians, NT - researchers, SF - socials, ST - pragmatists) and temperaments (EP, IP, EJ, IJ), it's not surprising that people who are in between, at least in the second category might have issues with the test.

    The interesting thing is that the first question seems to peg clubs fairly well, without necessarily being so unsubtle that you feel like you're being forced to your destination.

    As a J-ish P (in MBTI), the uncertainty of the second set of choices didn't bother me much. I know that I'm superficially adaptive and accommodating and internally stern but that might be a difficult distinction to make or figure out, I guess.
    Senza: as an ISFP, how are you so smart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    Considering that this test only looks at "clubs" (NF - humanitarians, NT - researchers, SF - socials, ST - pragmatists) and temperaments (EP, IP, EJ, IJ), it's not surprising that people who are in between, at least in the second category might have issues with the test.

    The interesting thing is that the first question seems to peg clubs fairly well, without necessarily being so unsubtle that you feel like you're being forced to your destination.

    As a J-ish P (in MBTI), the uncertainty of the second set of choices didn't bother me much. I know that I'm superficially adaptive and accommodating and internally stern but that might be a difficult distinction to make or figure out, I guess.
    Or, more seriously: somebody gets it!

    Loved the bolded.

    You're such a smarty pants.

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    Ni-Fe

    Dude, I don't know who I am anymore...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Senza: as an ISFP, how are you so smart?
    I know. It's astounding, right?

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    Got stuck between A and C and between 2 and 4.

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