My name's Emma, and I'm fairly new to personality types! I've taken several tests online, and seem to be INFJ every time! The descriptions are very accurate! I started off with mypersonality.info like a month ago, and got INFJ. Now, while googling, I wanted to test my type again. I logged in to my account on mypersonality.info, took the test, and got INTJ! This description doesn't seem to be quite as accurate, but still seems to describe me very well. I'm almost positive that the INxJ is correct... but now I'm doubting that third letter, especially since I don't usually feel as intuitive as the INFJ personality describes. :/ SO I guess I'll write a little bit about me!
First off, I'm an IB student, and I LOVE to learn! I guess you could call me "smart". 4.0 GPA, etc.
I feel that I don't have many "talents", but I'm the ideal student. I like to please my teachers.
Reading is my passion! I could LIVE in a library.
Social situations stress me out, and I prefer to read a book in solitude any day!
I often question other people's personalities and how they choose to live their life/make decisions. I can't see why everyone doesn't think the way I do!
I'm agnostic, and have never been religious. I don't understand religion, and I see no need for it.
I'm very indecisive, but when I do make a decision, I try to stick by it. I think this comes from my Gemini horoscope.
I get stressed very easily, and seem to worry about things that wouldn't worry other people.
I like new theories and ideas, revolutionary thoughts. But I'm also traditional in the sense that I can't stand smoking, alcohol, and bad behavior of some youth today.
The future is the most important thing to me... sometimes I get too caught up with it and forget about the present.
So... I'm not sure what else to write, but I'm open to sharing more! I was very proud of being an INFJ, the "rarest" type... but now I'm questioning it!
I'm graduating this spring, and hopefully going to university in Scotland! I'm taking an IB psychology class, and I've fallen in love with the subject... I definitely want to major in something related to it. BUT... this is where I get stuck! I really don't know if I see myself more as being a psychologist/social worker type or the neurologist/neuropsychologist/psychiatrist/medicine type! And I thought that I could do some introspection to figure this out.
Any opinions would be appreciated! I love to write and communicate by writing so this is my version of "relaxing me-time"! Thanks in advance!!!