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    Lightbulb MBTI test I made (with cognitive functions)

    I made one MBTI test of my own!
    Making one of these tests takes more effort than it seems apparently.
    This one uses Sum Typing, its a method I have been delaying to post a thread about it. Its my second special typing method, this test doesnt use the Open/Free cognitive function stack. Here it is the description:

    This is a quite innovative and different MBTI quiz/test, based mostly on cognitive functions. This quiz uses a big collection of stats of my own, some of them indirectly accessing the 16 MBTI/Jung types rather than directly (E/I is deducted quite indirectly), with interesting questions. It uses the Sum Typing method, being supplemented with some E/I dichotomy questions (that are very discrete, some of them doesnt even seem to relate with E/I) and a few questions that access type directly, two of them related to Truity and some few inspired on Sakinorva Cognitive Functions test. Created by Vendrah.
    Link:
    https://www.quotev.com/quiz/12501474...tive-functions

    At below there is a rank of which types you score the most from the least, it is good to check the type on the second place. Also, due to limitations on the quiz website, I cannot really include each cognitive function point and rank sadly, but this uses cognitive functions mostly.
    Last edited by Vendrah; 03-15-2020 at 09:44 AM.
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    Pretty cool test! I'm curious though, what does the 2 mean next to the types?(Like I got ENFP II as 2nd in my ranking)


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    Your type is INFP!
    Why should I do a description of my own if there are 13233 type descriptions on the internet? Here are some of them:
    INFP in Depth — All About the INFP Personality Type | Truity
    INFP - Typology Wiki
    INFP - Typology Wiki

    Google INFP descriptions for more!

    Here are some facts you wont find that easily on internet about INFP (some of these are from my personal search that does not follow soft-scientific standards):
    - The most common type in typology community in general.
    - Most common introverted intuitive type world-wide.
    - One of the most introverted types, tied with INTP.
    - 4.9% of world´s population (based on 21 countries,2012-2020) and 6.4% of US population (2018).

    Countries with most INFPs:
    1 - Japan (11% of population)
    2 - Ireland (9.7%)
    3 - Canada (9.2%)

    Countries with least INFPs:
    1 - South Africa (0.9%) (rarest type)
    2 - Russia (1.5%)
    3 – India (1.6%) (rarest type)

    Most common type in INFPs friends/best friends list (based on several "[INFP] What is your best friend?" threads among several different websites/forums):
    1 - INFJ (14%)
    2 - ENFP (11%)
    3 - INTJ (11%)
    4 – Another INFP (10%)

    Most common enneagram: Type 4.
    Most common enneagram with wings:
    1 – 4w5
    2 – 9w1
    3 – 6w5
    Paws off my Amethyst!


    Fi=Si>Ne>Fe=Ni>Se>Ti>Te

    FF-Fi/Ni-SC/P(B)



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    ENFP


    Your type is ENFP!
    Why should I do a description of my own if there are 13233 type descriptions on the internet? Here are some of them:
    ENFP in Depth — All About the ENFP Personality Type | Truity
    ENFP - Typology Wiki
    ENFP - Typology Wiki

    Google ENFP descriptions for more!

    Here are some facts you wont find that easily on internet about ENFP (some of these are from my personal search that does not follow soft-scientific standards):
    - The most common intuitive type in the world. The only type that it is more common than its sensor cousin.
    - Most common introverted of all extroverted types.
    - Most likely type to be marked as “best friend” by other types.
    - Most T of feeler types, tied with INFJ.
    - This type tends to diverse and decentralize its use of cognitive functions.
    - Most Perceiver of all types.
    - Borderline I/E and T/F are common.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bismuth Blitz View Post
    Pretty cool test! I'm curious though, what does the 2 mean next to the types?(Like I got ENFP II as 2nd in my ranking)
    ENFP II is meant for ENFP types who have borderline on both E/I and T/F, although someone from borderline E/I or T/F can get that result as well by accident, so I put and/or, but originally its meant for borderline on E/I and T/F. This prevents ENFPs with borderline E/I and T/F to get INFP, ENTP or INTP as a result (through dichotomy and through my first method, someone with clear preference for N and P and borderline in E/I and T/F could be any NP type, but through cognitive functions with this method its possibly to track which NP is in some cases, perhaps most of them). Im one of them and - @Amethyst Archon - seems to be either. Talking about that, @Amethyst Archon, which 2nd type you got? Should be ENFP II.

    For the moment, I only included one variation for the two most common types with multiple borderlines on the internet (INFJ and ENFP), I pretend to add a few more later. With this method, I could have 5 variations per type, but it would be way too much work (and I dont think the website quiz support it) to put and set 80 different types. Also, this test does not use entirely cognitive functions, it has supplementary questions that arent dichotomies and on these questions its quite tricky to get these variations right. These variations are very useful to deal with borderlines. I have made a pseudo competition between methods on experiment topic plus the sakinorva test topic, and this method could even pass dichotomy (my first method fall a little bit behind dichotomy) without variations (with variations included, if I narrow them a bit, should be even better), meaning that this method has some good chance of being more reliable and have a better test-retest ratio than dichotomy MBTI.

    PS: INFJ II is for INFJs with borderline both on J/P and T/F. I pretend to create for INFJ one specific for J/P borderline later.
    EDIT: ENFP II is directly cousing to ENFP, ENTP, INFP and INTP, so anyone with these types are very likely to get ENFP II in 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th place.
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    I scored as INFP.

    All NP types were close together, with a large gap between the 5th type (ENTP) and 6th (INFJ II).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    I scored as INFP.

    All NP types were close together, with a large gap between the 5th type (ENTP) and 6th (INFJ II).
    Gee, you are supposed to get INFJ, right?
    Although I see you removed your MBTI type from your typoC profile.
    There is one positive side, at least you didnt had ISTJ as a result =P.
    Taking account that INFJ is quite far away, Im not quite sure if I can properly fix it (specially without compromising other results).

    With the questions with words, you remember which one you answered?
    "Final stage! I hope you had fun and your type gets correct!
    Pick up the words you relate the most (part 1):"

    You answered this:
    "Reflective, Careless, Sensitive, Flexible, and Appreciative."
    or
    "Sincere, Sympathetic, Unassuming, Easygoing, and Patient"
    or something else?

    Also this one, which you answered:
    "What do you think about discipline?"
    A-> Discipline is important or very important in order to reach and/or catch one´s big ideal (or few ideals, since having too much ideals would lack focus, which would compromise discipline).
    B -> I think discipline is quite overrated; It could limit possibilities and it could close minds in a way that it could even threat intelligence.

    This one:
    "You have insights about the future that turns to be correct."
    From 1 to 5, you remembered which you answered?

    "What of these weakness or trouble happens more to you?"
    A-> Unpredictable situation
    B-> Accept everything
    C-> Chain
    D-> Life symbolic
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    Your answers
    INFJ 125
    INFP 120
    INFJ II 120



    ISFJ 118
    ISFP 111
    INTP 105
    INTJ 104
    ENFP II 97
    ISTP 89
    ENFJ 87
    ESFJ 86
    ENFP 81
    ISTJ 80
    ESFP 69
    ENTP 69
    ESTP 62
    ESTJ 55
    ENTJ 55
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vendrah View Post
    Gee, you are supposed to get INFJ, right?
    Although I see you removed your MBTI type from your typoC profile.
    There is one positive side, at least you didnt had ISTJ as a result =P.
    Taking account that INFJ is quite far away, Im not quite sure if I can properly fix it (specially without compromising other results).

    With the questions with words, you remember which one you answered?
    "Final stage! I hope you had fun and your type gets correct!
    Pick up the words you relate the most (part 1):"

    You answered this:
    "Reflective, Careless, Sensitive, Flexible, and Appreciative."
    or
    "Sincere, Sympathetic, Unassuming, Easygoing, and Patient"
    or something else?

    Also this one, which you answered:
    "What do you think about discipline?"
    A-> Discipline is important or very important in order to reach and/or catch one´s big ideal (or few ideals, since having too much ideals would lack focus, which would compromise discipline).
    B -> I think discipline is quite overrated; It could limit possibilities and it could close minds in a way that it could even threat intelligence.

    [Not A, maybe B]

    This one:
    "You have insights about the future that turns to be correct."
    From 1 to 5, you remembered which you answered? [Partially agree]

    "What of these weakness or trouble happens more to you?"
    A-> Unpredictable situation
    B-> Accept everything
    C-> Chain
    D-> Life symbolic [I think]
    Answers in bold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Answers in bold.
    Ok, Im not getting it
    You picked up the right answer to INFJ on truity words, I will be even slightly buffing that question because it seems to be enough reliable. Life symbolic was the answer for Ni (Ne was the chain one). In those answers that were more critical to Ne vs Ni, you picked Ni mostly. Except on the discipline one. If you are getting all NP types in front of INFJ, it should be a Ni vs Ne issue.

    I would needed to have all your answers to try to diagnose, and that would be asking too much. I dont think there is much I can do.

    I have to give some credit for these test makers, it is really harder than it seems!

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    I got some good comments on the quiz site comments section.

    "This was one of the best MBTI tests I’ve seen to date! The cognitive functions are so pivotal to the theory. Amazing work "

    "Amazing quiz"

    "oh cool i thought i was infp but i like the test"
    It's a TRAP! (TypeC Revolution and Promotion)

    The Fun Is Coming

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    - A new vision of MBTI and function stacks

    - My blog about typology in general

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vendrah View Post
    Ok, Im not getting it
    You picked up the right answer to INFJ on truity words, I will be even slightly buffing that question because it seems to be enough reliable. Life symbolic was the answer for Ni (Ne was the chain one). In those answers that were more critical to Ne vs Ni, you picked Ni mostly. Except on the discipline one.

    I would needed to have all your answers to try to diagnose, and that would be asking too much.

    I have to give some credit for these test makers, it is really harder than it seems!
    Were there many J vs P questions? In dichotomies tests I tend to score as a P type, but going by functions I tend to score high in Ni.

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