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    Default A lil new to this.

    I've always done quizzes/personality tests like this. I don't really remember any of my results from earlier years but they have come out as INTJ. But as of late (well since I found this website) there have been different results, and they vary every time.

    The introversion is undeniable. I dislike interaction a lot, though I'm comatised into depression without talking people/distracting myself from sadness. Me X Internet = infinite love.

    Most results have come out as being intuitive, I'd have to say myself that I find intuition to play a bigger part to my decisions than sensing.

    The bigger problem is deciphering thinking/feeling and judging/perceiving.

    With T/F I find that I do both... Thinking is what I've known; I've always been better at sciences/maths things, but as I've grown up and have my head a little clearer I find myself feeling a lot more. I find it easier to empathize with people more than being sympathetic. I'm too awkward to be sympathetic.

    With judging and perceiving, I'm more lenient towards the idea of being perceiving rather than judging. However judging was more of the predominant trait when I did these quizzes when I was younger.

    I'm not really sure what to write, but I guess some contributing traits which might have an affect on things would be that if I don't like someone, they'll know that I don't like them. I don't hold back with my likes and dislikes of people, if I don't like someone they'll know what I think of them. So sometimes it makes me a little argumentative.

    My humor is self-deprecating, I don't go a day with out making fun of myself in front of my friends (or anyone).
    Talking about friends - I haven't gone a single day (for the past 6-7 months) without someone calling me weird/odd. They mainly come from my friends :x I'm not sure what that means though.
    I do deliberately say things to freak people out like "If I close my eyes and pretend I'm a lesbian, may be all the balls would go away." I'm also a little threatened when someone is getting more attention for being funny/weird.

    Maybe what my results have been wrong, I might be perceiving myself differently to what I give out.
    Any thoughts are welcome. (Career suggestions are very welcome, just saying)

    I guess I'm trying to find all this stuff out so I can have a better idea of myself, and what I want to pursue as a career.

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    INTP? ENTP perhaps? I can't really make any great deductions here aside from possible Nx dominant with balanced T and F functions.

    Are you familiar at all with Jung Cognitive Functions? They're the original source of the 16 4-letter types; the I/E etc. dichotomy aren't as accepted around here since they're a bastardization of Jung's original ideas.

    I would recommend this test:

    http://www.keys2cognition.com/explore.htm

    Also, welcome to the forums

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    It's about which function you prefer, wich behavior you prefer, which thinking pattern you prefer. Do you prefer T over F, do you prefer J over P?
    Do the function test, maybe that will help you to decide.

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    Interesting description in the OP. It comes off as more ISTP to me, especially "I don't hold back with my likes and dislikes of people, if I don't like someone they'll know what I think of them," taking all else under consideration. ISTPs tend to be the 5w6 e-type. The indecisiveness of the OP (concerning type and career choice) is very striking in demonstrating Perceiving. There's a lot of information here to discuss. But ISTP ranks at the top for the career choice of "undecided."
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    Ahh thank you for replying :x I thought people would completely ignore it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    INTP? ENTP perhaps? I can't really make any great deductions here aside from possible Nx dominant with balanced T and F functions.

    Are you familiar at all with Jung Cognitive Functions? They're the original source of the 16 4-letter types; the I/E etc. dichotomy aren't as accepted around here since they're a bastardization of Jung's original ideas.

    I would recommend this test:

    http://www.keys2cognition.com/explore.htm

    Also, welcome to the forums
    Thankyou :o
    I've seen people using the cognitive function thingy, but I wasn't sure what it was called. I'll try to complete it as soon as I finish writing my notes

    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Interesting description in the OP. It comes off as more ISTP to me, especially "I don't hold back with my likes and dislikes of people, if I don't like someone they'll know what I think of them," taking all else under consideration. ISTPs tend to be the 5w6 e-type. The indecisiveness of the OP (concerning type and career choice) is very striking in demonstrating Perceiving. There's a lot of information here to discuss. But ISTP ranks at the top for the career choice of "undecided."
    Hmmm I guess I'll have to do a few more tests and try to avoid thinking of what kind of person I would want to be ._. and more on how I actually act I suppose.
    But thank you so much for replying.

    Imma take all of it into consideration.. uwauhahha.
    back to ze biology notes. ~~~yawn~~~

    Edit: I just finished the cognition process
    Fi-47.2|Si-42.9|Ti-30.7|Se-26.1|Ni-25.6|Fe-24|Te-22.5|Ne-20.8| Ahhh D: and it's suggesting that I'm an ISFP -pokes fingers together- The description that they've given me doesn't really fit, and by looking at others INFP seems to fit better from that website at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArghJo View Post
    Ahh thank you for replying :x I thought people would completely ignore it.


    Thankyou :o
    I've seen people using the cognitive function thingy, but I wasn't sure what it was called. I'll try to complete it as soon as I finish writing my notes


    Hmmm I guess I'll have to do a few more tests and try to avoid thinking of what kind of person I would want to be ._. and more on how I actually act I suppose.
    But thank you so much for replying.

    Imma take all of it into consideration.. uwauhahha.
    back to ze biology notes. ~~~yawn~~~

    Edit: I just finished the cognition process
    Fi-47.2|Si-42.9|Ti-30.7|Se-26.1|Ni-25.6|Fe-24|Te-22.5|Ne-20.8| Ahhh D: and it's suggesting that I'm an ISFP -pokes fingers together- The description that they've given me doesn't really fit, and by looking at others INFP seems to fit better from that website at least.
    "what kind of person I would want to be" indicates NF, at least. It's all in the quality of the clues given.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArghJo View Post
    Thankyou :o
    I've seen people using the cognitive function thingy, but I wasn't sure what it was called. I'll try to complete it as soon as I finish writing my notes
    Ah good then; I will be eager to await your results

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    >n<
    Hmmm, if it adds to anything at times it feels like I have little on off switched for like different mindsets. Nothing that I'm really in control of it's mainly dependant on my mood and environmental influences. Though not directly. Sometimes it's the song that I'm listening to or if we're doing a group experiment. I usually slack off for the first 5-10 minutes, when the others start to drift off I usually finish the job as efficiantly as I can.

    I'm also prone to getting angry at myself, in a depressionish kind of way. It happens when I'm alone, because when friends come around a switch comes up in my head that tells me to be silly :x and say weird things to make them laugh.

    I would describe myself as an individualist... I've grown to worry about rights/wrongs/morals more... I should think about the future but it's too intimidating, and it stresses me.. so I don't even bother thinking about it.

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    Whenever a new inf that is fairly young comes to forums like this it is often the case that they are full of doubts about their identity. I doubt T. A "pure" t type isn't very self revelatory generally.
    For all that we have done, as a civilization, as individuals, the universe is not stable, and nor is any single thing within it. Stars consume themselves, the universe itself rushes apart, and we ourselves are composed of matter in constant flux. Colonies of cells in temporary alliance, replicating and decaying and housed within, an incandescent cloud of electrical impulses. This is reality, this is self knowledge, and the perception of it will, of course, make you dizzy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Whenever a new inf that is fairly young comes to forums like this it is often the case that they are full of doubts about their identity. I doubt T. A "pure" t type isn't very self revelatory generally.
    Hmmm, I've mainly come with the intentions on finding a right group/type so I can leech off their experiances so it can help me with my career in the future, because I don't have a single clue.

    Would it be possible to be weak in a majority of them? I'm also kinda stuck between the idea of either having multiple mindsets which I flick between or whether it's the awkward grey area for all of them. More-over how could lacking in both, and having qualities of both be differentiated? Is it one straight line or is it like a bridge?


    To add further confusion, the Cognative function I got FiSi, suggesting ISFP where as the enneagram suggests 5w4, which is similar to INTJ. Sorry my thoughts are a little scattered.... Maybe I'll have to find a different congantive function one as I didn't fully understand the vocabulary used.

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