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    Be careful about that -- if you're messy but your standard mode of operation is to plan ahead, then you're probably an NTJ, J/P is much more about how you think than about how you act.

    Do you follow a straight, organized line of reasoning? Do you have a tendency to foresee how things are likely to be, and plan out accordingly? Are you good at organization and delegation? Do you have an intuitive grasp of whether something works or not, and/or how they can work better? If you answer yes to most of these questions, you're probably an NTJ.

    Do you like playing with random interconnections and patterns? Do you like tinkering with ideas or objects, taken them apart to see how they work? Did you notice the grammar error on the last question before I pointed it out? If so, you might be an NTP instead.
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    I suppose I'm J in my thinking, but my need to understand how everything works and my fear of actually applying what I learn makes me lean towards P, but I don't quite understand how a logical pattern of thinking defines you as a J. I feel that just emphasizes a general characteristic of NT, eh, I unno'.

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    Well, no. NTs are highly similar to each other in that both are logical, pragmatic and theoretical groups, but there is a very distinct way in which NTJs and NTPs work, which is tied to their respective Jungian functions.

    NTPs use Extroverted Intuition (Ne), which is a function that plays with multiple possibilities, interconnections and patterns; and Introverted Thinking (Ti), which focuses on the details, specifics and intricacies of an idea, principle, system or object. NTJs on the other hand use Extroverted Thinking (Te), which manages, organizes and nitpicks for efficiency; and Introverted Intuition (Ni), which sees the future (or more concretely what the future most likely holds based on what information you already have) and plans accordingly.

    If your principal mode of operation is strategy, foresight and planning then you probably use Te Ni rather Ne Ti, which makes you NTJ rather than NTP, even if you're messy. The difference between the two is significant.
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    Then NTJ it is.

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    At least for now that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Do you like playing with random interconnections and patterns? Do you like tinkering with ideas or objects, taken them apart to see how they work? Did you notice the grammar error on the last question before I pointed it out? If so, you might be an NTP instead.
    I noticed that error

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    But did you notice that "grammar error" is grammatically incorrect?
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    A minor error; compound nouns do exist, y'know

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    You should change your username to Webster.
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    No way, then I wouldn't receive all those lovely and creative grill jokes.

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