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    my results:
    Quote Originally Posted by HumanPersonalityInventoryManagementSys2.0
    ENTP 60
    ISTP 51
    ENFP 48
    INTP 46
    INTJ 43
    ESFP 42
    ESTP 41
    INFJ 33
    ISFJ 30
    ISFP 26
    ENTJ 25
    INFP 25
    ISTJ 25
    ENFJ 24
    ESFJ 21
    ESTJ 21
    test taken in accordance with:
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    rated in order of exceptions to a negative or positive attitudes to the statement:
    0 & 10 - zero exceptions (never/always)
    1 & 9 - very unlikely/likely, and any possible exceptions are that which define the rule by being exceptions.
    2 & 8 - generally no/yes, but with some exceptions to the rule.
    3 & 7 - generally no/yes, but quite frequent exceptions to the rule.
    4 & 6 - inclined towards no/yes, with a lot of exceptions, but not enough to be predominant.
    5 = 5 - neither the positive or the negative forms of the statement are more true than the other.

    also:
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    i'll give it a bite.

    also, i think that in another thread utilizing a keirsey temperaments / big5minus1 sort of "pure letter-traits" scaling (though going by past temperament test results which gave me all NPs at different points in time seperated by nothing months), i'd concluded that my E and T are probably less pronounced then N & P as trait descriptions for me. i am interested in whether that would come out here as ENFP & INTP following suit in the test results.
    called it. self knowledge self-high5!
    (its not a handclap)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    my results:


    test taken in accordance with:



    also:


    called it. self knowledge self-high5!
    (its not a handclap)
    I still need to fix the ISTP scale on my inventory. Other than that, your score furthers to substantiate the validity of my testing theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    I still need to fix the ISTP scale on my inventory. Other than that, your score furthers to substantiate the validity of my testing theory.
    it's actually a good way to test the other systems - if you look at the data in terms of testing it's cohesiveness in the first place - whether the traits that are supposed to come together in personality profiles do end coming together.. or whether it ends up jumbled up without any correlation to profiles, letters or functions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    it's actually a good way to test the other systems - if you look at the data in terms of testing it's cohesiveness in the first place - whether the traits that are supposed to come together in personality profiles do end coming together.. or whether it ends up jumbled up without any correlation to profiles, letters or functions.
    That's all it's good for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    That's all it's good for?
    no but it's something i've wanted to see tested since i got into MBTI, and right now you happen to have the perfect data set for it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    no but it's something i've wanted to see tested since i got into MBTI, and right now you happen to have the perfect data set for it...
    Meaning, people who already have taken dozens, if not hundreds, of these?
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    INFP 59
    INFJ 48
    INTJ 43
    ENFP 41
    ISFP 40
    ESFJ 34
    ESFP 34
    ISTP 34
    ENTP 33
    ENFJ 31
    INTP 30
    ISTJ 30
    ISFJ 25
    ESTJ 19
    ESTP 11
    ENTJ 7
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    @Mal12345 May I have the inventory?

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    ESTP 54
    ENTP 53
    INFJ 50
    INTJ 50
    ENFP 46
    INFP 45
    ESFP 39
    ISFP 39
    ISTP 38
    INTP 35.5
    ENTJ 29
    ISTJ 29
    ISFJ 26
    ESFJ 23.5
    ESTJ 23
    ENFJ 22

    I think my propensity for ESTP can be ascribed to my tendency to overindulge. Although my mind is always present in the future or the past, I seem to exude a 'live in the moment' aura.

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    ISTP 53
    ENTP 51
    INFJ 51
    INFP 51
    ENFP 50
    INTJ 49
    ENTJ 44
    ISFP 44
    INTP 37
    ESTP 36
    ESFJ 34
    ENFJ 33
    ESFP 33
    ESTJ 33
    ISFJ 31
    ISTJ 29

    Mal said himself that this version of the test was skewed more towards the ISTP, and that it was hard to get a scale for ENFP; but considering my ENFP score is high here; the second most likely is ENTP; and the least likely is ISTJ, it seems pretty accurate if you're to assume I'm accurately typed.

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