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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Yes, the question about clams is meaningless, as is all the rest. But we are to make up our minds about your type based on stereotypes in your answers. What I detest most about all this is when people say "an INFP would never say that," or "my cousin says that all the time and she's an ENTJ." Or "that sounds like something an ESTP would do." Yet that's really the only way one can judge the answers which are expressed based on how the questions are worded.
    Or you can say "That answer appears to be evidence of such-and-such JCF (e.g. Fi) because of the thought process behind it being such-and-such". Just like you would with any other interview or series of questionnaire answers. The difference here being that the person answering the questions is much less biased than they would have been if they could predict the "correct" answers beforehand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Or you can say "That answer appears to be evidence of such-and-such JCF (e.g. Fi) because of the thought process behind it being such-and-such". Just like you would with any other interview or series of questionnaire answers. The difference here being that the person answering the questions is much less biased than they would have been if they could predict the "correct" answers beforehand.
    Thank you, that's just exactly how my MBTI test works.
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    You seem much more like a Positive Outlook type than a Reactive. I vote 794.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus View Post
    You seem much more like a Positive Outlook type than a Reactive. I vote 794.
    Thanks for the input. It's very possible, I'm at a point in my life where I'm coming around the corner from decades of heavy burdens, my default state may be lighter than I've been used to.

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