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    Whisky Old & Women Young Speed Gavroche's Avatar
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    I agree that Seargent Hartmann is a 6. 6w5 Sp/So precisely. Same type of character than Bellick from Prison Break
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    Updated the OP post...I'll have to take into consideration what people say besides using studies and polls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    I agree that Seargent Hartmann is a 6. 6w5 Sp/So precisely. Same type of character than Bellick from Prison Break
    what makes you think w5 and self preservation?
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    Final update:

    ESTJ: 8 > 1 & 3
    ESFJ: 2 > 3 & 6
    ISTJ: 1 > 5 > 6
    ISFJ: 1 & 2 & 3 & 6 & 9

    ^I get this list from comparing all the polls on typologycentral and personalitycafe to the empirical and graph-result studies on this site: http://webspace.webring.com/people/c...e/typecorr.htm No amount of arguing will convince me that the types or type order is different unless you show me polls and studies from MORE sites.

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    SJs lacking 4 and 7 the most...looks like most of us agree there, heh.

    I think I'm a 5, and have gotten highest on the 5, 4, and 1 scores on tests. So that's solidifying the 1 and 5 data.
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    In my Opinion (based upon what I've observed):

    ESTJ: 1w2; 1w9; 3w4; 6w7; 8w7; 8w9
    ESFJ: 1w2; 2w1; 2w3; 3w2; 6w7
    ISTJ: 1w2; 1w9; 3w4; 5w6; 6w5; 6w7
    ISFJ: 1w2; 1w9; 2w1; 6w5; 6w7; 9w1

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    ESFJ: 2>3>1>6
    1. 2w3
    2. 3w2
    3. 2w1
    4. 1w2
    5. 6w7

    ISFJ: 2>6>9>1>3
    1. 2w1
    2. 6w7
    3. 9w1
    4. 6w5 (more often male, from what I've observed)
    5. 1w2/2w3
    7. 1w9/3w2

    ESTJ: 8>3>1>6
    1. 8w7
    2. 3w2/8w9
    4. 1w2
    5. 3w4
    6. 6w5

    ISTJ: 6>1>5>3
    1. 6w5
    2. 1w9
    3. 5w6
    4. 3w4/6w7

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    I don't know about each SJ type individually, but I'd be willing to bet that the vast majority of SJs are either 1, 2, 3, or 6.

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    I don't know about each SJ type individually, but I'd be willing to bet that the vast majority of SJs are either 1, 2, 3, or 6.

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    ESTJ:
    6w7 or 3w2
    (I strongly believe that most ESTJs are probably 6w7s in denial because 8 or 3 sounds more appealing.)

    3w2 or 6w7
    (3w2 may be most common for American ESTJs but not worldwide. I don't live in America so I don't know but i've heard many say that America is a 3w2-endorsing country.)

    1w2 or 8w7 (It's a toss between these two. I'm leaning more towards 1w2 though.)

    ESFJ:
    2w3 or 6w7 (It makes more sense for most ESFJs to be 2s but 6s are the majority for a reason...)
    6w7 or 2w3 (6w7 is too common for a type for it to not be at least in the top 3 for ESFJs.)
    2w1 (2w1s generally don't seem that common of a type. ESFJs usually tend to be 2w3s or 6w7s when I encounter them.)

    ISFJ:
    6w5
    9w1
    2w1 or 9w8 (Unsure about this one but i'm leaning towards 2w1 for now.)

    ISTJ:
    6w5
    1w9
    5w6

    (This was the most straightforward one to pinpoint.)

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