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    ENFP, ESTP
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    Borderline seems to make people confused, so I'm very happy I scored as INFP. I couldn't see you as anything but ISTJ. I don't see how people can deny S/N or T/F, since it's so obvious usually.
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    Okay, I retook a test (different origin from before) because I knew I hadn't come out as borderline before, and it's clear, I'm so ISTJ it's scary.

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    ENTP, ENTJ, INTP, INTJ, ENFP, INFP, INFJ, ISFP and one really weird ESTP result. Never SJ though.

    I'd suspect there are a few supposed INTJs and INFJs out there who are mistyped SJs.

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    I don't see how people can deny S/N or T/F, since it's so obvious usually.
    Not so much imo. Id say NT/NF/SJ/SP should be the clearest but its still not always obvious.

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    Hmmm I've gotten INFP, INFJ, INTJ, ENTP, INTP.

    I'm simply not a SJ no matter which way you look at me.

    I think for most people your dominant function should be relatively easy to identify. And from that you determine your temperament NT, NF, SP, SJ.

    If you're IXSJ... it's pretty darn difficult to not see yourself as an SJ since your dominant is Si...
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    haha, I'm still working on it, though I believe I'm more of an s than a n, but I'll be taking the official test tomorrow.

    Your current emotional/stress level affects results as well.

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    When I first came to MBTI...

    ISTP and ISTJ - Rejected these because it felt too cold to me.
    ISFP - Bounced around for a while.

    To be honest there are days when I think I'm so ISTJ like. I didn't allow myself to be N because my perception of self is that I'm not imaginative (might be skewed)

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    Straight Edge ENTP since day one .

    No, I think I started with ENTJ and then slowly fell the ladder down till I reached ENTP
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    I thought this was a question for SJs only....it being in the SJ guardhouse and all. Are these types of questions open for anyone? Wouldn't this be better for the main MBTI forum? Oh God. How ISTJ of me.

    Riiiight. I tested INTJ first. Then a function test put me at INTP. After I talked to some people, they thought I was ISTP. After a lot of reading and conversations, I figured out I was ISTJ. I relate a lot to INTJs, so I didn't doubt it at first. I went to the INTJ and INTP forums, and I love reading the INTJ forums. It's filled with these people that love to analyze things just like I do!

    I just have a very high appreciation for N things, which is uncommon for SJs, so it makes me not that bothered by thinking I'm an INTJ. After doing a crapload of reading and introspection, I know I'm an ISTJ. It makes me wonder if introverts can figure out their type much easier on their own just through reading and introspection.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    I went to the INTJ and INTP forums, and I love reading the INTJ forums. It's filled with these people that love to analyze things just like I do!

    I just have a very high appreciation for N things, which is uncommon for SJs, so it makes me not that bothered by thinking I'm an INTJ. After doing a crapload of reading and introspection, I know I'm an ISTJ. It makes me wonder if introverts can figure out their type much easier on their own just through reading and introspection.


    Captured my sentiment exactly. It's odd hearing other people talk about SJs as if they weren't interested in theoretical models or indepth analysis of reality. It's just that I have an interest in the topics that N almost seem to have claimed for themselves, the main difference is that I percieve and use the information in a different manner.

    I test as a strong sensor. Is it really a case of it being that uncommon for SJs to be interested in things shown on this forum?

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