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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Bogus. There are plenty of sincerely open, cheerful people that enjoy the interaction of people that are ESJ. And everybody judges, so I don't know what you mean by that.
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    ExxJ... not enough info for me to discern the other two letters. She sounds like she has a strong desire to be in control (J), and she sounds very social (E).
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    Quote Originally Posted by gloomy-optimist View Post
    I'm actually going to go against what everyone's saying and throw out ENFJ, from personal experience IRL. I know a girl who's ENFJ; she's president of student council, varsity cheerleader and CC, and is basically involved in everything. Skip to a different girl, who I know more academically; she's very smart, but she doesn't really see herself as being so, and she's not so much into studying, but does so and gets everything done on time and well.

    I wouldn't be so quick to say NT because of sheer intelligence; F and T can both be "smart" but they just project their intelligence in different manners.

    I don't think she'd be ENTJ; I know quite a few, including my twin, and while they do have a tendency to conquer the world, I don't really see the same attitude in the girl you're talking about.
    I don't think I'd say ESTJ/ESFJ, unless she's kind of doing it more for the appearances and popularity, etc. If she's a sincerely open, cheerful person that doesn't judge, but enjoys the interaction of people, then I'd lean slightly more to ENxJ. And she does fit a lot of my ENFJ friends; diversely intelligent, sociable, enjoys leadership activities where she can work with people, and if she's sincere on top of that....yeah, I'd say ENFJ.
    I decided to go back and read the OP after I read this post, and I now agree with this post that the girl could be an ENFJ. I have an ENFJ son who is a lot like the OP - except for the dresses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Bogus. There are plenty of sincerely open, cheerful people that enjoy the interaction of people that are ESJ. And everybody judges, so I don't know what you mean by that.
    Of course. Don't get me wrong; I'm not trying to demonize ESJs. But when I compare the differences between ESJs and ENJs, there's really just a few slight differences in their purposes and the way and reasons they do things, deeper down. To me, this girl sounds more N than S, from personal experience and knowing a lot of people from both sides.

    I reread what I wrote, and I did sound a bit prejudice against ESJs; that was not my purpose, and I'm sorry for that ^^; I like ESJs, but they do have some differences in that way; ESJs are a little bit different in what they do because of the fact that they often do it more because that's what they're supposed to or are encouraged to do.
    And that's not a bad thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gloomy-optimist View Post
    I don't think I'd say ESTJ/ESFJ, unless she's kind of doing it more for the appearances and popularity, etc. If she's a sincerely open, cheerful person that doesn't judge, but enjoys the interaction of people, then I'd lean slightly more to ENxJ. And she does fit a lot of my ENFJ friends; diversely intelligent, sociable, enjoys leadership activities where she can work with people, and if she's sincere on top of that....yeah, I'd say ENFJ.
    I can't see an ENFJ cheating like that unless it was for a good cause.
    An ENTJ would cheat because they thought it was a stupid rule. An ESTJ would cheat and rationalize it somehow as not cheating or that they deserved to cheat after all their hard work or something. I suspect it's the ESTJ reason.

    Anyways, the varsity cheerleader thing jumped out to me as ESTJ. She doesn't sound like an INTP at all. That life would drive an INTP up the wall and I can't see an INTP saying that studying makes them feel stupid. Unlike most ESTJs, INTPs don't think they know all there is to know.
    I don't wanna!

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    I could see an ENFJ cheating like that :B In fact, I could see almost anyone of a higher intelligence of any type cheating the system, even just a little; things get boring.
    I know a lot of INFJs that cheat the system. I know ENFJs that cheat the system too; it's kind of a thrill, and many times it's easy to worm our way out of it because no one suspects
    So I wouldn't be so quick to rule it out because of that. NFJs are only as good as people think we are, if you know what I mean.

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    I was being tongue in cheek.
    I don't wanna!

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    Can't tell over the internet. Sorry.

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    it's kind of a thrill, and many times it's easy to worm our way out of it because no one suspects
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    Quote Originally Posted by gloomy-optimist View Post
    Can't tell over the internet. Sorry.
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    I don't wanna!

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