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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    That was my first guess...
    Really? Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruthie View Post
    Works for me. I've gone to those beautician-training places to get free haircuts, I've been meaning to stop by a massage training school for a free massage, why not get a free typing from the experts who do it for sport?
    Just remember that accuracy depends on your level of cooperation, that's all, ^_^
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    ENFP, possibly borderline T/F.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    runvardh -

    Oh yeah. Actually, I'm probably a pretty decent subject. I don't "lobby" to be classified as any particular type, and I'm pretty honest about my own strengths/weaknesses/traits. I don't usually oversell or undersell myself.

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    Costrin's awesome assement: ENFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruthie View Post
    The tests have been pretty useless for me - the only consistency has been the N (which is actually kind of disappointing, because I love the down-to-earthiness of the SJs).
    Who doesn't? imo-definately N. Could i interest you in ENFJ?
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Hey there .. I am not getting the INTJ vibe.

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    prof goodstain: On enfj - it's a possibility. I think most people would define me as emotionally restrained, which usually - though not always - precludes extroverted feeling. But I definitely filter information through a values system and I love to teach, train and coach (but no, I'm not a teacher, trainer, or coach). So, maybe.

    Simulated & Costrin: On enfp - I think I'm starting to believe I'm J over P. I do think I come across as a P though to most people, and enfp was actually my first MBTI result ever.

    Saslou: I know what you mean. The functions of intj fit pretty well, but I don't think I come across that way at all. I'm not a scientist, I despise intellectual arrogance and snobbery, and I'm reasonably sociable. I've really internalized a lot of SJ values as well, so in a lot of superficial ways, I can resemble a Guardian.

    On a sidenote, can one be an INTJ and despise Ayn Rand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruthie View Post
    runvardh -

    Oh yeah. Actually, I'm probably a pretty decent subject. I don't "lobby" to be classified as any particular type, and I'm pretty honest about my own strengths/weaknesses/traits. I don't usually oversell or undersell myself.
    I think that's also a typical INTJ attribute, or at least NTJ. Hey guys, am I wrong about that?

    By the way, function wise, an INTJ is typically a percieving dom as opposed to a judging dom which can simulate some P like tendencies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    INTJ is typically a percieving dom as opposed to a judging dom which can simulate some P like tendencies.
    Can you explain that?

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