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  • ENFP: Awesome at logic and problem solving

    26 40.63%
  • ENFP: Okay at logic and problem solving

    9 14.06%
  • ENFP: I suck at logic and problem solving

    3 4.69%
  • INFP: Awesome at logic and problem solving

    3 4.69%
  • INFP: Okay at logic and problem solving

    5 7.81%
  • INFP: I suck at logic and problem solving

    2 3.13%
  • ENFJ: Awesome at logic and problem solving

    1 1.56%
  • ENFJ: Okay at logic and problem solving

    1 1.56%
  • ENFJ: I suck at logic and problem solving

    2 3.13%
  • INFJ: Awesome at logic and problem solving

    5 7.81%
  • INFJ: Okay at logic and problem solving

    7 10.94%
  • INFJ: I suck at logic and problem solving

    0 0%
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    At their most detached, ENFPs can keep up with the best of em.
    yes...detached is the key.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AwesomeCakes View Post
    I suddenly have the urge to hug the breath out of you.
    That's completely logical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    Hehe, all my first year grades were dependent on interest. I remember them telling me at the start of second year, "I don't know what to make of these grades. You have one of the top marks in the hardest subject and failed two of the most simple, mundane ones. Now you want to overload to catch up, I'm not sure what will happen." .
    ^Same. Had a C in Health, and B+s in the hardest classes in school, where I got As on the finals, and failed to do enough homework to actually get an A in the class. Meh. I learned stuff. The letter is a means to an end, at best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverchris9 View Post
    ^Same. Had a C in Health, and B+s in the hardest classes in school, where I got As on the finals, and failed to do enough homework to actually get an A in the class. Meh. I learned stuff. The letter is a means to an end, at best.
    . Maths was always my strongest subject. But at uni they won't my top marks. One exam I went out and drank way too much the night before and didn't sleep because I knew I could ace it anyway (I didn't). Another one I got concussed playing hockey, because I was sick of study. Was about as good at remembering what I was doing again. Actually I think I did better drunk. With concussion I got to the end of the question then forgot what I'd done and the logic behind it, and had to start over. Maths is amazingly hard when you can't hold numbers or ideas in your head.
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    One of my friends used to get "mad" at me. We could have one cheat sheet but I would forget to make one. She would let me copy hers and I would get a better grade than her. She would yell at me, we would laugh. Next test it would happen again. This was stuff like Thermodynamics.

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    Of course enfp are logical.
    I mean.
    lets use some lame example:
    If you're more attached to let's say, mister x than some NT would be. Then the fact you'll do your best not to hurt his emotions is logical, you don't want to lose mister X's affection and you don't want to feel terrible about it. So yeah it can somehow get out of hands but then let's see the NT counterpart.

    NTs are 'attached', to their ideas, so you're less likely to cause them displeasure if you say 'you're idea is stupid' than if you say 'i don't like you as a person'. I'm an entp, my emotions will basically NEVER, get out of hands, and if i seem to get angry it's usually just me thinking 'it's the best way to act right now', my behavior will reflect this idea instead of real strong emotion.
    But then the same ideas can get out of hands, i can start saying whatever is on my mind whenever I'm bored, and I do mean bat shit crazy things that will make me look like an immature 5 years old.

    Now the fact that the NT will love his little ideas since childhook will make him more likely to be good at those logic games that are ANYWAY, designed by NTs for NTs.
    In the end person skills are probably far more useful in real life than abstract logic.
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    shush you.
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    what? why!

    I'm just saying that NF do more inter\intra personal problem solving while NT do more abstract\concrete problem solving
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

    “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring.”
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    "Great is the human who has not lost his childlike heart."
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    what the hell did I say wrong?

    personal and abstract problem solving are just as complex, therefor a good personal problem solver will have the ability to be a good abstract problem solver if he or she ever practices.
    Just as I can be good at reading people if i get into it.
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

    “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring.”
    Richard Feynman's last recorded words

    "Great is the human who has not lost his childlike heart."
    Mencius (Meng-Tse), 4th century BCE

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