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    Post What is the difference between ENTJ and ENFJ?

    A curious NT wants to know. If you score strong at J doesn't your T also gets higher, rather than F?
    I seen alot of ENTJs have mega Ts because they score high in J. i wonder how this works for enfj.
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    I dont think there is a is one to one correspondance. My T is fairly we, thats if its still standing

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud View Post
    I seen alot of ENTJs have mega Ts because they score high in J.
    Perhaps if you strongly prefer your judging function, you've got a better idea of what that judging function is.. or, at least, it manifests itself more strongly in the test results.

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    ENFJs just have a handicapped T that they use quite often. Thats all.
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    I would think ENTJs are more objective, where ENFJs are more subjective in their decision making.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rangler View Post
    I would think ENTJs are more objective, where ENFJs are more subjective in their decision making.
    I like this description the best. Almost all of my best friends are ENTJs and I find that we view things in a very similar way but the decisions we make based on those views is radically different.

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    So what is the strongest letter in ENFJ? what is the weakest letter?

    What is the difference between the FJ axis and TJ axis?
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    I read on here somewhere, "that everything they say has a tinge of condescension." Is that true? I don't know. Sounds right. I need to examine one in the wild.

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    I love this question since I could relate so much to it. I know this ENTJ girl and she piss the living shit out of me. Not only that she's a Christian! (Sorry but dislike religious people) I have to say her T score is high. To cut it short, TP is lower on the T I think it's because they just don't give a damn. TJ takes things up the rear end.

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    i am guessing their srtongest letter is F. so they would score high in both Fe and Fi.
    Some enfjs might also Ne. but this is purely a conjecture.

    Most Entjs havre mega Ts because T's to them is equivlanted to iron self -dicipline, order, and organization. Therefore , when their T socres high, their J also becomes higher. whereas TP in t is more slackerish.

    If I score high in J, most likely my T would get higher also, rather than the J. this is what i do not understand about enfj.
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