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    Quote Originally Posted by Hexylis View Post
    Were they the reflective ones?
    No, I got those. One was "playful".
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    31/36


    I'm surprised I did waaaay better then I thought
    "Advance, and never halt, for advancing is perfection. Advance and do not fear the thorns in the path, for they draw only corrupt blood."
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    Quote Originally Posted by laintpe View Post
    No, I got those. One was "playful".
    I see. Just curious. People always think I'm sad when I'm reflective.
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    “But the worst enemy you can meet will always be yourself. ... You must be ready to burn yourself in your own flame: how could you become new, if you had not first become ashes?” ― Friedrich Nietzsche
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    ....I feel like I am going to do absolutely awful with this...

    19/36

    yeah I did terrible.
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    okay I'm officially the lowest scorer.

    this now gives me anxiety and makes me question myself.

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    Okay, stats time:




    Interesting trends so far. Fi is winning out right now as the eye reading function, with Te not fairing so well, and this is reflected in the overall type data as well. A slight trend towards doing better at this task with age (as I expected). Enneagram 1, 4, and 9 currently have the highest average, at 26/35.




    And here are the overall scores. @Jazzy Orchid you are not the lowest score. There are 4 people who have scored below 16/35 so far and many more who scored about the same as you did

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    Nice graphs and analysis @lunalum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    Nice graphs and analysis @lunalum!
    Graph credit goes to the primary investigator of this study (who is not on this forum yet) so I will forward the compliment to her. My contribution so far has been getting the word out there and providing overly-confident non-APA format interpretations But I do agree they are great graphs.
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    ιяяєѕιѕтιвlє Ꮆяαѕρ Luminous's Avatar
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    I've taken this too many times for my results to be meaningful, I think. I don't like this test, some of the answers are so similar (like Vendrah pointed out), that I feel it's just not a good test. Also, the amount of eye makeup on the women...

    Also there's the fact that I assume your friend is taking people's stated type as fact? Many people mistype themselves. So were this not just for funsies, type would need to be verified somehow... Anyway, it is all interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminous View Post
    I've taken this too many times for my results to be meaningful, I think. I don't like this test, some of the answers are so similar (like Vendrah pointed out), that I feel it's just not a good test. Also, the amount of eye makeup on the women...
    Same for both, never mind the shadows and graininess of the photos.

    Also there's the fact that I assume your friend is taking people's stated type as fact? Many people mistype themselves. So were this not just for funsies, type would need to be verified somehow... Anyway, it is all interesting.
    I didn't state accurate info since I'm unfamiliar with google docs sufficient to know for sure whether or not you can be identified. Also, once you post your result on TypoC, you can be linked to your result if it's an unusual one.
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