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    I am from eastern Europe.

    But don't take my word about P society since I am not measure, since I am quite asymmetrical in P/J.
    Through my entire life I have this tendencies it is just that MBTI made it clear for me.
    On my first test I was answering in a way that makes me more friendly towards environment. Since all my life I am hidding myself. (not just a J)
    But when I have started to connect the dots it is clear what I am.


    Chronic lateness is something totally P for sure. But if you manage to move the entire process 10 minutes so that you come 5 minutes earlier you will be in business.
    You need to do exactly the same thing, you just have to start 10 earlier.

    I am never late unless something trully drastic happens.

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    I know that you have problems with strong social anxiety. That is P trait in general.
    The more J you have less social anxiety you will have, if you are INT.

    That is just a mine opinion about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Chronic lateness is something totally P for sure. But if you manage to move the entire process 10 minutes so that you come 5 minutes earlier you will be in business.
    You need to do exactly the same thing, you just have to start 10 earlier.

    I am never late unless something trully drastic happens.
    Ah, okay. And um...thanks for the advice. I'm really only late in the mornings, and this is because I am not a morning person *shudders*.
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    I am curious about your position on this. This is one of my old posts.


    Question for Ps.

    Would you ever set you alarm clock to 2:00 AM and then get up at that time and learn for the rest of the night just because that has to be done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I am curious about your position on this. This is one of my old posts.
    Let me make sure I understand the question. You're asking if I've ever deliberately set my alarm clock to 2:00 in the morning for the purpose of getting up and studying because it needs to get done?

    If that's what you mean, then yes, I do that all the time. I did that last week, only I set my alarm for 1:30am so that I could get up and have my readings and seminar questions completed and ready to be sent off by 7.
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    This is interesting since this is quite J approach to things.

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    Well if you wanted to, you could make the argument that this behavior is something learned from years of J-oriented schooling. But I've always done this type of thing (since way back in the day when we had to do those damned annoying poster projects and book reports, etc...), so...
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    If all the things you have said are true and you didn't make an overstatement (what is possible). It would not be too insaine to say that you are INTJ.
    Since border is on 50:50.

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    Chronic lateness - not necessarily a P trait.

    You seem like a rational, intelligent, wise and kind person, Orangey - whatever type that is, I'd take.

    (there might be a slight ISTJ vibe)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Well if you wanted to, you could make the argument that this behavior is something learned from years of J-oriented schooling. But I've always done this type of thing (since way back in the day when we had to do those damned annoying poster projects and book reports, etc...), so...
    I was highly resistant to training. Instead of learning, I just quit a lot of things, got a lot of zeros.

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