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  • ENFP

    90 8.43%
  • ENTP

    77 7.22%
  • INFP

    167 15.65%
  • INTP

    172 16.12%
  • ENFJ

    27 2.53%
  • ENTJ

    30 2.81%
  • INFJ

    131 12.28%
  • INTJ

    115 10.78%
  • ESFP

    8 0.75%
  • ESTP

    15 1.41%
  • ISFP

    33 3.09%
  • ISTP

    32 3.00%
  • ESFJ

    11 1.03%
  • ESTJ

    5 0.47%
  • ISFJ

    17 1.59%
  • ISTJ

    43 4.03%
  • I'm borderline!

    57 5.34%
  • I don't know what I am!

    28 2.62%
  • I'm planning on changing my type again, so I'm picking this one

    9 0.84%
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    Quote Originally Posted by thinkinjazz View Post
    Hmm why is this? have any idea? Yeah it makes me kinda sad too- I feel like sad panda.
    This indicates the S/N division is biased towards sensors. If you place the divide between sensors and intuitors a bit more to the sensor side, you'll get 50/50.
    I've had the same with a test I made myself - almost everybody came out as a J! (The problem was that the test lacked positive perceiver questions)

    Did you see the stats on the Wikipedia page? There is something I find interesting. Of all the Ss, the majority are Js. Of all the Ns, the majority are Ps. Is there a S-J correlation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Did you see the stats on the Wikipedia page? There is something I find interesting. Of all the Ss, the majority are Js. Of all the Ns, the majority are Ps. Is there a S-J correlation?
    Got these off the Facebook application "MyType".

    SJ: 34%
    ESTJ - 8 (9%)
    ESFJ 14 (17%)
    ISTJ - 2 (2%)
    ISFJ - 6 (7%)

    SP: 19%
    ESTP - 3 (3%)
    ISTP - 1 (1%)
    ESFP - 11 (12%)
    ISFP - 4 (4%)

    NF: 28%
    INFP - 5 (5%)
    INFJ - 3 (3%)
    ENFP - 13 (16%)
    ENFJ - 5 (5%)

    NT: 19%
    ENTJ - 6 (6%)
    ENTP - 4 (4%)
    INTJ - 6 (7%)
    INTP - 2 (2%).
    You can call me Charles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Did you see the stats on the Wikipedia page? There is something I find interesting. Of all the Ss, the majority are Js. Of all the Ns, the majority are Ps. Is there a S-J correlation?
    I actually read there is a bit of a correlation: Ns are slightly more likely to be Ps than Ss. That is one of the major criticisms of the theory: the four dichotomies aren't completely independent.

    I think the correlation is pretty small though.

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    The first time I ever took the test I got INFJ in one of my classes. I've taken different tests several times now and I get INFP every time.

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    I'm borderline PSYCHOTIC.
    “Some people will tell you that slow is good – but I’m here to tell you that fast is better. I’ve always believed this, in spite of the trouble it’s caused me. Being shot out of a cannon will always be better than being squeezed out of a tube. That is why God made fast motorcycles, Bubba…”


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    Quote Originally Posted by Argus View Post
    Got these off the Facebook application "MyType".

    SJ: 34%
    ESTJ - 8 (9%)
    ESFJ 14 (17%)
    ISTJ - 2 (2%)
    ISFJ - 6 (7%)

    SP: 19%
    ESTP - 3 (3%)
    ISTP - 1 (1%)
    ESFP - 11 (12%)
    ISFP - 4 (4%)

    NF: 28%
    INFP - 5 (5%)
    INFJ - 3 (3%)
    ENFP - 13 (16%)
    ENFJ - 5 (5%)

    NT: 19%
    ENTJ - 6 (6%)
    ENTP - 4 (4%)
    INTJ - 6 (7%)
    INTP - 2 (2%).
    I looked at the app. but where'd you get these statistics?

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    I can't update my vote!! MODS...

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    What? What's with all those IN's?

    Where's all the ESFPs.. :steam: I'm lonely dammit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blankpages View Post
    I actually read there is a bit of a correlation: Ns are slightly more likely to be Ps than Ss. That is one of the major criticisms of the theory: the four dichotomies aren't completely independent.

    I think the correlation is pretty small though.
    If they were independent, there would be as many INTPs in the world as their are ISTJs. There's boviously some tendencies, but I don't think it's a major flaw.

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    Boviously? Moooooo...
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    Neutral Good/Lawful Good even split. 5w4 sp/sx melancholic/supine, even split. Yes, I stole this method of placement from black cat.

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