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    Quote Originally Posted by professor goodstain View Post
    Could that have something to do with the till?
    you still have to count out whatever change it tells you to give back.
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    NT necessarily means awesomeness.

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    I think you have to differentiate between ability and aptitude. I think I have a stronger aptitude for math than most non-NTs, but my ability is lacking. I have an ESFP roommate and an ESTP roommate who are both engineering majors that could easily school me even if I could potentially develop a better understanding of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Eh I don't know. I'm ST, and my math skills are awesome. As far as english/verbal skills go though, I could use a lot of improvement. My NF counterparts are far better at that.
    ...but similarly, id bet there are NTs with fantastic English/verbal skills (my guess: ENTX).

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    i like scheming, does that count?

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    No, it doesn't necessarily mean it. I'm living proof that it doesn't.

    However, I do think NTs would be generally better at maths than other types would be. Nonetheless, this could simply be down to the fact that NTs generally succeed (and regularly exceed their peers) academically anyway. (Sadly, I was not one of these NTs. However, I'm basically considered by most to be quite intelligent in life in general, and simply don't 'put the effort in' academically. I have changed that recently, but I'm certainly not a prodigy of the academe.)

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