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    Senior Member Drezoryx's Avatar
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    Default which type is most likely to refuse taking the MBTI test?

    and on what pretext?

    would an ENTJ refuse it citing his superiority? how about an ESFJ simply unable to concentrate at one go?
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    An ESFJ getting too easily distracted with ten million "more important" things.
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    My INTJ and ENTP brothers both refuse. Not only that, but the very suggestion that they might want to partake of any kind of psychological test is actually upsetting for them and is likely to make them get angry and defensive (the ENTP) or morose and sulky (the INTJ). Yay for tertiary F functions taking over in immature N dominants! It's like they're afraid the tests are going to steal their souls or something by revealing anything whatsoever about them. Sheriously, people...

    For all this, they're pretty damn easy to type

    Edit: what pretext there is consists of accusations that I have made the suggestion just to annoy/upset him (the ENTP); and the morose, defensive comment that it's none of my business anyway, and he doesn't want anyone to know (the INTJ). As I said, got to be weak tertiary F usage overriding rational considerations.
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    How many ESTJs do you find on here in relation to other types?
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    My mum and sister took forever to complete the test .. Both came up as ESFJ.
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    and My ENTJ friend, easy to type, wanted me to sell her the mbti test!!
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    I printed the test and got my family to do it otherwise they wouldn't have, them being INTJ and INFP.

    I brought it up with my ISFP & ISTP friends though they are yet to take the test. Although the ISTJ and ENFP girl did, not so much the ESFP girl, nor the INFJ girl.

    But then nowadays I can tell whose who reasonably well. I got the previous staff I worked with all right. That includes my ESTP boss, the ENFJ girl, the ESFPs too. Of course to verify that only the ENFJ girl took the test, I determined T/F almost even what threw me and I was right with that too, which surprised me.

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    Awhile ago my psyche friend begged me and some of the other grad students/professors in my department to take the MBTI test as part of his research. We had to report to the psyche department and spend hours taking multiple different tests and before we walked out the person testing us told us what our types were and we were given descriptions. I definitely wouldn't have taken the test without being asked. Not because I have anything against MBTI, but I don't personally put much value in labels.

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    ESxx.

    My family did not find the test interesting in the least. My dad actually said he had been nurtured into an ESTJ because of his job.
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    easily -- weak people, in other words -- they stand no chance."
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    Yeah, I'd say ESxJ. To them it's just probably silly stuff that's not important. Why would they care about their psychological profile when they could be running a business, caring for their family, working etc.

    Of course, this is a bit of stereotyping made harder to be sure of by the lack of these types on the boards.

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