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  1. #131
    Senior Member Generalist's Avatar
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    ISFP. I think the order of functions was accurate for me. The questions relating to Si and Fi that I selected made me feel more exciting than I actually am. I appreciate that.
    "My wish is to stay always like this, living quietly in a corner of nature." - Claude Monet

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    Personality Results – Typology Central Jung Personality Test





    Either I'm not a dom extraverted feeler (which is certainly possible) or being an enneagram 8 (with its pragmatic, individualistic, nonconformist streak) seriously fucks with my cognitive preferences. Whenever I get a whiff of any question/statement that seems too "Fe" in the "focusing on others needs and taking on their values as my own" sense, I either go full on catatonic or become awash with contempt. lol Having said that, I answer in the affirmative the statements that speak to being able to read and ascertain the feelings and values of others. I can't tell if 1.) I'm just a jaded NFJ idealist, 2.) I don't really care about adhering to the values of others so much as I'd simply prefer that they adhere to mine or 3.) I don't prefer Fe at all.

    IMO, part of the problem with these types of tests is that after taking so many (alongside developing a more intimate understanding of MBTI/Jungian theory), it becomes too easy to suss out which functions and preferences correspond to each question/statement, thereby allowing for biases to hold sway and influence the outcome in those of us somewhat predisposed to "mental gymnastics." Perhaps there needs to be subtler, more nuanced guile and subterfuge written into the test in order to con the con-artists. lol Personally, I'd prefer to choose from multiple, clear cut scenarios that reflect how the various cognitive attitudes (and their axes) might hypothetically manifest in the real world, practical sense.

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    Amazing. This test has been taken almost 1100 times already in 14 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    Amazing. This test has been taken almost 1100 times already in 14 days.
    It's a really good test. I even had a friend take it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    This question? What's wrong with it?

    "I attempt to discern patterns of behaviors and motivations that others seem have"
    Looking at it again, it makes more sense - I think it must have been the missing "to" between "seem" and "have" that threw me.
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    ENTJ.

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

    Te: 3
    Ni: 3
    Ne: 1
    Si: 1
    Se: -1
    Ti: -1
    Fe: -3
    Fi: -3
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    I returned an INTJ result, "cognitive functions" are Te-Ni-Si-Ti-Fi-Ne-Se-Fe, the dichotomy result is consistent with my results from the previous version of this test.
    I suppose this would theoretically suggest something I've suggested numerous times throughout various typology communities, that the MBTI dichotomy is not aligned with Jungs theories regarding introversion and extraversion - a dichotomy 'I', yet leading with an Extraverted function.

    For a general 'internet' personality test, it's fine, of course it buys into the stereotypes and misunderstandings - a land where there are 8 cognitive functions (there's 4), and 'Si' (not a function) is for reasons unknown, related to possessing a good memory (memory, of course, being explicitly stated by Jung as not pertaining to cognitive functions).
    From a Jungian perspective, well - let's just summarize the test as decidedly not from a Jungian perspective.

    I appreciate the effort that has gone into the test, providing respondents with a 'most like' and 'least like' option within the same context utilizing the same criteria, is unlike other internet personality tests.
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    The test is very much improved from the last version, I liked it very much.

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

    quite accurate for me.
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    Really cool test, I enjoyed it! I do think I messed it up somehow, because I got ENFJ!

    I AM very tickled at the idea of being an ENFJ!

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