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    Quote Originally Posted by iHeartCats View Post
    But not sure. Thought I'd still join. And discover the truth.
    So are you ESFJ 3w4? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evee View Post
    So are you ESFJ 3w4? lol
    INFJ doesn't really seem like me lol.
    3 of my 4 MBTI letters are pure borderline. So it's hard to tell the type. After some reading and self analysis I conclude that I'm ESFJ.
    The Enneagram test says type 3, I kind of recognize myself in that. 3w2 doesn't look like me so 3w4 then.

    Yes....That sounds about right.

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    I think that, until proven otherwise, people should not assume the information-processing function (N/S) and even more so the judging-perceiving one (J/P). Questionnaires are an unreliable way to deduce them because of outcome bias and their leading questions. Who isn't going to say that they are creative, and intelligent, even if they are as thick as a post?

    Enneagram, due to the nature of what it is measuring, cannot be determined by anyone save yourself or somebody who has known you for a long time.

    This goes for everybody.

    The best thing to do, OP, is to read up on the descriptions of the various functions and types, and combine this with tests. I have posted what is probably the best free Enneagram test on the forum. The best way to figure out MBTI is indirectly, through your cognitive functions. Keys 2 Cognition's function test is probably the best. But i must stress that tests can only refine your probable type down to a selection of two or three. You need to do some soul searching to figure out what your true type is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExNinjaTropPervertie View Post
    So did you take the MBTI test for your "ESFPtude" ?

    Because you're hiding your brain behind this very seductive red hair ball ...
    Of course that I took a couple of standard MBTI tests, cute ENTP.
    The first test that I took was very short and simplified, therefore the obviously invalid first (INFJ) result. Then I took 2 standard tests and got E/ISFJ/P and E/ISF/TJ/P results.
    Then I read the descriptions of types and concluded that the ESFJ description looks very much like me, both in serious descriptions and in the Myers-Briggs Asshole Index.
    Then I read the descriptions of cognitive functions and neatly sorted my cognitive functions in a descending order using my preference and frequency of using each of them as the main criteria (and therefore my new cute signature) and the result of that was an ESF/TJ with a conscious preference of feeling over thinking.
    Notice how much I like the hearts - you really can't deny all that Fe, right?

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    Fe is good for me cute ESFJ. How did you know I'm cute myself ?

    Are you sure you are a sensing person ? You seem very intuitive

    If my own experience can help : I took MBTI test around 6, 7 or 8 times.

    I was told to be INFP, ENTP, INTJ and ENTJ ! Only those 4 !

    So...in my mind, trying to see throughout the cloud : "Ok now that you've got 2 letters which are the two others that represent me ?"

    Who isn't going to say that they are creative, and intelligent, even if they are as thick as a post?



    Reading carefully each description is very important, and taking the tests several times, as well as going some "soul searching" is probably the best way to try to be sure of one's type.

    If one wanna go deep in personal development, and is ready for serious and long researches I think those 3 steps are useful to avoid any mistake and mistype. + Enneagramm too. I'm still sceptical about socionics.


    NB: I'm not sceptical about hearts who wish to know themselves better
    ALL THAT WE SEE OR SEEM TO BE IS BUT A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM
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