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    Hey, I mentioned before in the Intro's thread that I've taken online tests and scored as different combinations of MBTI types. Sometimes I feel like one, other times I feel like another, and other times I feel different. Anyway, my point here is which test is the absolute most accurate to help type me? I want to narrow my type down to ONE. Thanks.

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    "Anyway, my point here is which test is the absolute most accurate to help type me? I want to narrow my type down to ONE "
    Fi
    so many questions - even the thing that didn't need a question

    INFP - we are famous for going from type to type, even when we find out we are infps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thursday View Post
    "Anyway, my point here is which test is the absolute most accurate to help type me? I want to narrow my type down to ONE "
    Fi
    so many questions - even the thing that didn't need a question

    INFP - we are famous for going from type to type, even when we find out we are infps
    Really? Why wouldn't that be an indicator of Judging?

    Edit: I re-bolded the part that I noticed.
    Last edited by Cimarron; 12-28-2008 at 07:49 PM. Reason: bold
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    Really? Why wouldn't that be an indicator of Judging?
    hmm...true
    it's judging - but introverted
    i jump the gun sometimes - but i still think Fi dom - we doubt our type as much as (s)he stated
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    I looked at the definitions of many types, and I actually think INTJ and ISTP describe me the best. But as I mentioned before, online tests have pegged me different types, from ENTJ to INFJ, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thursday View Post
    hmm...true
    it's judging - but introverted
    i jump the gun sometimes - but i still think Fi dom - we doubt our type as much as (s)he stated
    Yeah. he by the way.

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    Did you try Jack Flak's test?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Did you try Jack Flak's test?
    Yeah, I got ESTP/ESTJ on that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Yeah, I got ESTP/ESTJ on that one.
    I'd like to help you figure out which type you are.
    I just got done reading every post you've made.
    Firstly, it would help me out to know how old are you?

    Funny how you judged yourself as an E on Jack's test,
    but on the Personal DNA test you were low in extroversion.
    Not only that, but on the Personality Disorder test you scored "high"
    in only one category and that was "antisocial".

    Do you do your best thinking alone, or around other people?

    If you had to choose between 2 islands to spend a month vacation on (provisions included), one where you would be by yourself, or one that would be densely populated and you would hardly get to be alone, which one would you choose? And why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    I'd like to help you figure out which type you are.
    I just got done reading every post you've made.
    Firstly, it would help me out to know how old are you?

    Funny how you judged yourself as an E on Jack's test,
    but on the Personal DNA test you were low in extroversion.
    Not only that, but on the Personality Disorder test you scored "high"
    in only one category and that was "antisocial".

    Do you do your best thinking alone, or around other people?

    If you had to choose between 2 islands to spend a month vacation on (provisions included), one where you would be by yourself, or one that would be densely populated and you would hardly get to be alone, which one would you choose? And why?
    I'm 21. My best thinking is sometimes done alone, but when other people are there, I get ideas too. When I am alone for a long time, I get restless. When I'm with people, I usually get energized after spending enough time with them.

    If I had to choose between those two islands, I would probably pick the alone island if I had the same benefits on each island. It would be somewhat of a tough choice though, I just like having my own space a lot of times.

    The other thing is sometimes I like to be around many friends, but then other times I want to be left alone. It fluctuates a lot, and I notice in the mornings I'm more introverted while in the night I feel more extraverted.

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    from Chapter I of Part I of Conscious Orientation by Dr. J. H. van der Hoop

    "...some people, in the way in which they consciously seek direction and adjustment in their lives, are almost exclusively guided by objects of the external world. Facts and, circumstances, the opinions and feelings of other people, and ideas in current use, determine the adaptations which these people make to life. When in difficulty, they seek support first of all from the external world. Jung calls these people outwardly directed, or extraverted types. Another group of people are guided, in so far as conscious motives are concerned, by entirely different factors; they are primarily conscious of their own subjective reactions to events. They are peculiarly sensitive to theseóto what they feel, how they think, about any situation. Where these reactions conflict, they seek to weld them into some sort of harmony of attitude and opinion. In their adjustment to life they thus take as starting-point their own needs and the demands of their own being. They also consult these when in difficulty, and for this purpose they withdraw into themselves. For this reason Jung called them inwardly directed, or introverted types."

    Based on this interpretation of Jung's work, and basing it on how you have generally behaved from the time you were about 8 years old until now, which would you say is the most natural, automatic and comfortable way that you interact with the world and where you direct your energy?

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