I'm trying to determine my type and have narrowed it down to isxp. I don't know if I'm a thinker or a feeler, to the world I put on more of a show if being a thinker (I've been told I'm cold) but I'm very empathetic and like to have very close connection to people (i just have trouble opening up). As far as likes and dislikes go, I don't currently have a passion (I competed in swimming and dancing from the age of six but recently had to quit due to injury and as of yet haven't found a new thing I really love). With regards to education I'm clever (straights A's/A*'s) but hate school, I don't like to feel constricted and I hate being told what/ how to do things. I take maths and sciences (but only because I can accept the structure there and its not something I'd do alone in my own way, I attempted humanities but spent the year being passive aggressive towards my teachers, being completely distant in my lessons and not participating in home works or mock exams (although I got an A in the real thing), so I decided three days before the school year began to redo the year with different subjects (BIG mistake) and am taking art along with science (as far as my natural talent goes, writing and art are what I'm good at and really enjoy art even though I initially clashed with my art teacher over me wanting to work to my own schedule, not hers (as long as I meet the exam boards deadline, what does it matter?!) And sometimes struggle due to being a huge procrastinator). I spend most of my time outside school escaping through TV and film (I'm sooo bored at school-theres too much wanting to sit around and discuss ideas instead of actually doing (ironic coming from an award worthy procrastinator) and like films such as the james bond franchise, marvel superhero films, anything with rebellion as a theme (hunger games!,) and completely randomly one of my favourite films ever: Mamma mia! I guess my overall aim in lifecis to find a passion, pursue it and just be happy (no huge ambition to be rich and famous here). This has turned into a really long ramble and I meant to keep it short, apologies.