I am NFP: talented
I am NFP: above average
I am NFP: average
I am NFP: below average
I am NFP: I suck at math
I am NFJ: talented
I am NFJ: above average
I am NFJ: average
I am NFJ: below average
I am NFJ: I suck at math!
math was my best subject and i have an affinity for numbers in general......better than english historically. however, i'm better at writing now than i am at math now. but Ni and Fe are left-brained functions, supposedly, according to lenore thompson (Truth-and-Language Exegesis) so i guess that's why.
Ni/Ti/Fe/Si
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Aced algebra. Had no clue what I was doing in Geometry and Algebra II. Completely failed Statistics.
Yeah, I think I suck at math.
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Interesting.
Since a month ago, I have learned that I'm definitely an NT.. however, I know many NF's who are gifted at math.
I don't think math ability is related to personality type so much. Rather, interest in math could be related to personality type.
For instance, it's highly probable that if you take a random INTJ and random ESFP with identical math ability that the INTJ would be more curious and interested in mathematics..
MBTI Type: iNTj
Enneagram Type: 3w4 sp/sx
I'm badass at math ^^
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It isn't a natural thing for me to be doing....but I would say I was above average, but not talented. I have to try too hard. As an engineering friend once said numbers quite clearly are not my friends. Much better at stats. I did that up until my third year of university....I opted out of a Chemistry degree, because of my irrational fear of maths, and fear of brain hemmorhage.
My maths teacher at school, however felt I had a bit of psychological block, rather than an inability to do math...I sometimes wonder myself. By the time I got to high school, I certainly had devolped deflective behaviours from my mother's inferiority complex, that may well have been one of them.
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Oh, no, I think it is linked. I think if you take random NTs and random NFs you'll find much more NTs talented at math, I would say at least 10x more NTs.
I was in Math competitions on National/European level for few years...which usually lasted for 5-6 days in some town on coast, so 25 best kids from across the country from every generation were there -100 people from highschool all together, and most of them were NTs. Like more than 70%. I was very different from most of them because an F.
There were many girls (like 1/4 or 1/3) and among girls was a little bit more Fs, but girls were also more NTs.
It was not because NTs show more interest in math, because in this competitions I'd say it's 90% talent and less than 10% work.
and I think there were at least 80% Ns.
so NT was very represented.
E/I was balanced - half people E half I, or even more Es.
P/J also - I'm not sure.
I think from Es there were most ENTJs...
You have to take into consideration that many NFs bad at math skipped this poll, but probably being an N is already bust in math, and nobody is 100% Fs, many people are borderline T
I know some NFs who are excellent at math. It just goes to show that when you totally take the human element out of something, you guys make halfway decent NTs.
I don't really suck at math but I am below average at it because math has never really interested me. Sure, I'm good at some parts of it, I like numbers But I've actually tried really hard to forget the math classes I had in high school. Still gives me the creeps after all these years :horor: