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    Quote Originally Posted by Polaris View Post
    The first test I took called me an INTJ, which is 75% correct.
    I lol'd. No idea why.

    Typical INFJ evidenced based answer though.
    There is a very thin line that separates genius from madness and it is a red line that is razor sharp.
    Be careful what you expose yourself to because it could very well ruin you.

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    I typed as INTJ on my first test(s). I'm an INFJ in cognitive functions and overall by definition of T/F, but I consider myself to be highly logical / rational. I'm rather certain this can be attributed to key life experiences, however...though I also know that INFJs have a reputation of being "the most logical of the Feelers" anyways, so perhaps not?

    I have a RL friend who I typed as an ENFP secretly. She knew nothing about MBTI at that time, but it happened to come up one day and she wanted to take the test. 16 Personalities also typed her as ENFP. I don't trust that site, but I think she's about as ENFP as it can get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RGB View Post
    I typed as INTJ on my first test(s). I'm an INFJ in cognitive functions and overall by definition of T/F, but I consider myself to be highly logical / rational. I'm rather certain this can be attributed to key life experiences, however...though I also know that INFJs have a reputation of being "the most logical of the Feelers" anyways, so perhaps not?
    In my experience, INFJ's can be incredibly objective about things.
    There is a very thin line that separates genius from madness and it is a red line that is razor sharp.
    Be careful what you expose yourself to because it could very well ruin you.

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    In my 20s, I typed as an ENTJ. Now, I first tested as an ENFJ then INFP or INFJ.

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    My first time testing I got ISFP. Then the second time was INFP. Then ISFP again. I took it a year later and got INFP twice. According to cognitive functions, I'm an ISFP, so no more confusion. (^_^)

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    The first and only time I took the official MBTI was in college, and I scored INTJ. However, I think that was because I perceived myself as a Te type--structured, organized, and informed by authoritative sources--in response to the demands of my academic environment. Once I was out of school and living on my own, my true nature asserted itself, and I scored INTP on every online test. Interestingly, since I entered my thirties, those same tests now peg me as INFP or INFJ, but I think they've become useless for me because my Fe has developed to the point that it's skewing the results. After reading extensively about the functions, I knew I was Ti-Ne-Si-Fe.

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    I kept on getting either INFP, INTP or ISTP.
    INTP.
    I don't think that it's so personal
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    I don't think that it's irreversible
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    Sometimes I feel like I'm a sentimental trooper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quick View Post
    In my experience, INFJ's can be incredibly objective about things.
    Interesting. Personally, I use the word objective cautiously even, because in my mind nearly everything is relative (often to perspective) / subjective. I seem to be primarily comprised of Ni/Ti sometimes though, and everyone else who knows about MBTI seems to see more Fe in me than I do at times...what goes through my mind when you say "objective" in this post is, "Define objective? And compared to what?"

    So satisfy my curiosity here...can you share an example of objectivity in INFJs? Help me wrap my mind around context / application / definition.

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    I first scored as INTJ with a very weak T.
    Now I'm INTP. I realized that I don't tend to be quite as structured and goal oriented as I once thought I was.

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    My first mistype was INFJ technically, although the first test scored me midway between INTP and INFJ
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