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    “That we are capable only of being what we are remains our unforgivable sin.” ― Gene Wolfe

    reminder to self: "That YOU that you are so proud of is a story woven together by your interpreter module to account for as much of your behavior as it can incorporate, and it denies or rationalizes the rest." "Who's in Charge? Free Will and the Science of the Brain" by Michael S. Gazzaniga

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    Interesting find, @SilentMusings.

    The First Task I scored 80.

    The Second Task I scored 57.

    Based on your performance on this test, you are better at perceiving the background. You have a greater appreciation and discretion for the big picture.
    I am apparently well under the U.S. average for the second task, but well above it for the first. I live there.

    I'm primarily interested in the meaning of both tasks, but I doubt you have access.

    Funnily enough, on the first task example, it told me I was off by a single pixel.

    Did anyone else feel like the forgot the size of the line during the few second wait period immediately after it told you to memorize it in the second task?

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    91 on the first one, 64 on the second

    Yeah I have no idea how you score 100 either, @Ghost. Lol. The precision required is down to the pixel.

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    75 & 69, equally competent or holistic....yay me....

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    Why is the US being pitted against Japan? Seems kind of random.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Why is the US being pitted against Japan? Seems kind of random.
    Probably where the test gets the most hits. Plus it accounts for West-East representation. Western citizens would be more inclined to focus on the average that is closest in nature to their own culture/nation. Same for Eastern.

    I'm curious as to the amount of factors that can affect results from the test other than the iNtuition and Sensing dynamic. For instance, short-term memory must be paramount to the test, and thus people with longer short-term memories will thus score higher on both sections. People with photographic memory, as well, would be expected to score 95-100 for both sections I would imagine, not to mention other basic factors such as general fatigue, where the test taker's concentration is focused, general eyesight, the screen of the computer administering the test, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    I scored a hundred on the first task, forty-seven on the second.

    Ti/Se.

    I find this quite silly.
    Then suggest an alternative way of typing people that doesn't involve self-reporting bias. That goes for everyone.

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    First time taking the test 79/21

    test1.jpg

    After being unsatisfied with the results and not paying attention to the 2nd half of the test, Second time taking the test 100/44

    Test2.jpg

    Seriously, What are the chances of matching the pixels 100%...

    And what the hell, I got the same results as @senza tema

    I plan to take this again some time soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    Then suggest an alternative way of typing people that doesn't involve self-reporting bias. That goes for everyone.
    I do not believe in the cessation of individual analysis.

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    88% on both.
    results2.jpg

    Cool peaches. I had to use a strategy for the second task though, while the first came naturally.

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