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    Default ENFP or ENTP

    Hi

    Sorry for spamming. I know this might have been discussed already but here is my situation (and please bear with me as this is my first post)

    Most of the tests tell me I am an ENFP. But I feel more like and ENTP

    any deciding factor?
    Last edited by Night; 12-12-2009 at 02:29 PM. Reason: Changed your title from ETFP to ENFP

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    Introverted Thinking (Ti) versus Introverted Feeling (Fi)

    Which do you prefer more?

    My MBTI Personality Type - Understanding MBTI Type Dynamics - The Eight Function-Attitudes



    PS - welcome to the forum

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    lawl etfp

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    A lot of ENTPs I know have very well developped tertiary Fe which makes them score enfp quite often. MBTI tests score by dichotomies, so if you're using Fe alot, it might come up as as ENFPs despite the fact that enfps use Fi and not Fe.

    Try using a cognitive functions test! Or just reading up about the functions and seeing whether youre more Fi/Te or Fe/Ti

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