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    Lightbulb Favored Function Assessment [Refined Version!!]

    Hello!! Some you may have taken the Beta version of this assessment but it is finally complete! This assessment is meant to measure which of the four functions you value most; Sensing, Intuition, Thinking, Feeling. All you need to do is keep tally of the choices that resonate the most with you and then tally up those least favored too (Think generally of how you are: neutral frame of mind)..

    1: In order to the gain the most out of life, you believe one should...
    A). adhere to the values that one or the environment hold dear.
    B). take part in the world and enjoy the now.
    C). Freely follow the connections and patterns of the world via the mind's eye.
    D). focus on understanding the world and it's properties.

    2: You naturally place more focus on...
    A). Identifying and analyzing gained data.
    B). Nurturing aspects such as ideals, values, and harmony
    C). The tangible details and their accompanying impressions.
    D). The underlying concepts and patterns that lie beneath.

    3: The facet of reality that you would most likely gloss over would be...
    A). the underlying currents of meaning that the environment infers.
    B). its sensual presence and one's reaction of it.
    C). taking note of its mechanics and structure.
    D). gauging importance and the ideal within the environment.

    4: Pair of words that best describe you...
    A). Sharp and Present
    B). Analytical and Understanding
    C). Essence and Insightful
    D). Passionate and Steadfast

    5: To you, books and films are favored for...
    A). how they allow one to build an understanding of the topic.
    B). how the story ties in with other themes and concepts.
    C). how it speaks to you, the sentiments evoked.
    D). The flair of the plot and action.

    6: When under critique, you are often pointed out as...
    A). reading to deep into things, lack attention to what currently matters.
    B). failing to acknowledge outside the moment or stored reference.
    C). distant regarding emotional affairs, insensitive.
    D). idealistic and lofty. Overly moralistic.

    7: Being an onlooker at an event, which is the most common mental stirring...
    A). Is this right to do? How do I feel about this? Is this disrupting the harmony?
    B). focus on the present details that strike the senses and their impressions.
    C). There is more to this than what is seen. What's really going on?
    D). Making sense of the situation, analyzing the facts and options.

    8: To further a relationship, there must be...
    A). a taking part in the experiences of the world.
    B). joint efforts of analysis and implementation
    C). mutual insight of the deeper substances of the world.
    D). shared values and the seeking of an ideal.

    9: A situation becomes uncomfortable most when...
    A). I have to cater to values and personally connect.
    B). I am forced to overlook the values that are held.
    C). I am pushed to look to what is not readily apparent.
    D). I have to consider present and at hand data.

    10: To you, art is about...
    A). taking note of the background information of the piece and creator.
    B). the symbolism that is inferred, the patterns that come to mind.
    C). harkening to an ideal, the personal connection.
    D). appreciating the object, its appeal to the senses.

    11: Something most likely to rouse you into action...
    A). the promise of acquiring a possibility, to see something in a new light.
    B). an opportunity for an experience, deal with the tangible.
    C). to understand a subject, plan and accomplish a goal.
    D). to express oneself, to communicate values within the world.

    12: You often annoyed by those who...
    A). are impersonal and detached.
    B). are shallow and present-minded.
    C). too deep and paranoid
    D).are ovely idealistic and sensitive.

    13: If you could go down in the history books, you would like to be known most as...
    A) a person of exploits and creator of the sensuous.
    B). a person of reason and efficiency.
    C) a person driven by passion and unity.
    D) a person of insight and a new perspective of the world.

    14: To achieve your best self, you could stand to be a little more...
    A). embracing of the the world as it is and what it has to offer.
    B). efficient and adopt a more impersonal outlook.
    C). connected to others and embrace values.
    D). delving and otherworldly.

    *For simplicity and council, please post results in the following format:
    Quote Originally Posted by Example
    My answers
    Most favored: 1C, 2D, 3B, 4B, 5B, 6A, 7C, 8C, 9A, 10B, 11A, 12B, 13D, 14C.
    Least favored: 1B, 2C, 3A, 4A, 5D, 6B, 7A, 8A, 9C, 10A, 11B, 12C, 13C, 14D.

    Results
    Most favored: Intuition (10), Thinking (4), Sensing (0), Feeling (0).
    Least favored: Sensing (11), Feeling (2), Thinking (1), Intuition (0).
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    Last edited by Mayflower; 10-24-2017 at 01:25 PM.
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    My answers

    Most favored: 1C, 2D, 3C, 4C, 5A, 6A, 7C, 8C, 9D, 10B, 11A, 12B, 13D, 14A
    Least favored: 1A, 2C, 3A, 4A, 5B, 6D, 7D, 8A, 9C, 10D, 11C, 12C, 13A, 14D

    Results:

    Most favored: Intuition (10), Feeling (1), Thinking (1), Sensation (0)
    Least favored: Intuition (1), Feeling (2), Thinking (2), Sensation (9)

    Intuition: Ni

    Analysis, if you will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    My answers

    Most favored: 1C, 2D, 3C, 4C, 5A, 6A, 7C, 8C, 9D, 10B, 11A, 12B, 13D, 14A
    Least favored: 1A, 2C, 3A, 4A, 5B, 6D, 7D, 8A, 9C, 10D, 11C, 12C, 13A, 14D

    Results:

    Most favored: Intuition (10), Feeling (1), Thinking (1), Sensation (0)
    Least favored: Intuition (1), Feeling (2), Thinking (2), Sensation (9)

    Intuition: Ni

    Analysis, if you will.
    You're a tough one. INXJ seem right as your thinking and feeling are balanced and poor sensing. I'm going toward INTJ over INFJ as you favored the more T specific answers over the general ones. INFJ is not far off though.
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    My answers:
    Most: 1A, 2B, 3C, 4D, 5C, 6C, 7A, 8D, 9A, 10C, 11D, 12B, 13A, 14C
    Least: 1D, 2A, 3D, 4A, 5D, 6B, 7C, 8B, 9D, 10A, 11B, 12D, 13B, 14B

    Results:
    Most: Feeling (8), Thinking (3), Intuition (2), Sensing (1)
    Least: Thinking (7), Sensing (4), Intuition (2), Feeling (1)

    Feeling (Fi)
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    1: In order to the gain the most out of life, you believe one should...
    A). adhere to the values that one or the environment hold dear.
    B). take part in the world and enjoy the now.
    C). Freely follow the connections and patterns of the world via the mind's eye.
    D). focus on understanding the world and it's properties.
    S

    2: You naturally place more focus on...
    A). Identifying and analyzing gained data.
    B). Nurturing aspects such as ideals, values, and harmony
    C). The tangible details and their accompanying impressions.
    D). The underlying concepts and patterns that lie beneath.
    N

    3: The facet of reality that you would most likely gloss over would be...
    A). the underlying currents of meaning that the environment infers.
    B). its sensual presence and one's reaction of it.
    C). taking note of its mechanics and structure.
    D). gauging importance and the ideal within the environment.
    F

    4: Pair of words that best describe you...
    A). Sharp and Present
    B). Analytical and Understanding
    C). Essence and Insightful
    D). Passionate and Steadfast
    N

    5: To you, books and films are favored for...
    A). how they allow one to build an understanding of the topic.
    B). how the story ties in with other themes and concepts.
    C). how it speaks to you, the sentiments evoked.
    D). The flair of the plot and action.
    N

    6: When under critique, you are often pointed out as...
    A). reading to deep into things, lack attention to what currently matters.
    B). failing to acknowledge outside the moment or stored reference.
    C). distant regarding emotional affairs, insensitive.
    D). idealistic and lofty. Overly moralistic.
    N

    7: Being an onlooker at an event, which is the most common mental stirring...
    A). Is this right to do? How do I feel about this? Is this disrupting the harmony?
    B). focus on the present details that strike the senses and their impressions.
    C). There is more to this than what is seen. What's really going on?
    D). Making sense of the situation, analyzing the facts and options.
    N

    8: To further a relationship, there must be...
    A). a taking part in the experiences of the world.
    B). joint efforts of analysis and implementation
    C). mutual insight of the deeper substances of the world.
    D). shared values and the seeking of an ideal.
    F

    9: A situation becomes uncomfortable most when...
    A). I have to cater to values and personally connect.
    B). I am forced to overlook the values that are held.
    C). I am pushed to look to what is not readily apparent.
    D). I have to consider present and at hand data.
    F

    10: To you, art is about...
    A). taking note of the background information of the piece and creator.
    B). the symbolism that is inferred, the patterns that come to mind.
    C). harkening to an ideal, the personal connection.
    D). appreciating the object, its appeal to the senses.
    N

    11: Something most likely to rouse you into action...
    A). the promise of acquiring a possibility, to see something in a new light.
    B). an opportunity for an experience, deal with the tangible.
    C). to understand a subject, plan and accomplish a goal.
    D). to express oneself, to communicate values within the world.
    S

    12: You often annoyed by those who...
    A). are impersonal and detached.
    B). are shallow and present-minded.
    C). too deep and paranoid
    D).are ovely idealistic and sensitive.
    F

    13: If you could go down in the history books, you would like to be known most as...
    A) a person of exploits and creator of the sensuous.
    B). a person of reason and efficiency.
    C) a person driven by passion and unity.
    D) a person of insight and a new perspective of the world.
    N

    14: To achieve your best self, you could stand to be a little more...
    A). embracing of the the world as it is and what it has to offer.
    B). efficient and adopt a more impersonal outlook.
    C). connected to others and embrace values.
    D). delving and otherworldly.
    N

    N = 8
    F = 4
    S = 2
    T = 0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lotus View Post
    My answers:
    Most: 1A, 2B, 3C, 4D, 5C, 6C, 7A, 8D, 9A, 10C, 11D, 12B, 13A, 14C
    Least: 1D, 2A, 3D, 4A, 5D, 6B, 7C, 8B, 9D, 10A, 11B, 12D, 13B, 14B

    Results:
    Most: Feeling (8), Thinking (3), Intuition (2), Sensing (1)
    Least: Thinking (7), Sensing (4), Intuition (2), Feeling (1)

    Feeling (Fi)
    Does INFP seem right?
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    I don't know, to be honest. I'm always on the brink between INFP and ISFP. Someone from another site believes I could be an INFP, but I'm still not completely sure...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lotus View Post
    I don't know, to be honest. I'm always on the brink between INFP and ISFP. Someone from another site believes I could be an INFP, but I'm still not completely sure...
    I read over your old thread. You seem more Ne. Maybe this post may help. Link
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    1: In order to the gain the most out of life, you believe one should...
    A). adhere to the values that one or the environment hold dear.
    B). take part in the world and enjoy the now.
    C). Freely follow the connections and patterns of the world via the mind's eye.
    D). focus on understanding the world and it's properties.

    2: You naturally place more focus on...
    A). Identifying and analyzing gained data.
    B). Nurturing aspects such as ideals, values, and harmony
    C). The tangible details and their accompanying impressions.
    D). The underlying concepts and patterns that lie beneath.

    3: The facet of reality that you would most likely gloss over would be...
    A). the underlying currents of meaning that the environment infers.
    B). its sensual presence and one's reaction of it.
    C). taking note of its mechanics and structure.
    D). gauging importance and the ideal within the environment.

    4: Pair of words that best describe you...
    A). Sharp and Present
    B). Analytical and Understanding
    C). Essence and Insightful
    D). Passionate and Steadfast

    5: To you, books and films are favored for...
    A). how they allow one to build an understanding of the topic.
    B). how the story ties in with other themes and concepts.
    C). how it speaks to you, the sentiments evoked.
    D). The flair of the plot and action.

    6: When under critique, you are often pointed out as...
    A). reading to deep into things, lack attention to what currently matters.
    B). failing to acknowledge outside the moment or stored reference.
    C). distant regarding emotional affairs, insensitive.
    D). idealistic and lofty. Overly moralistic.

    7: Being an onlooker at an event, which is the most common mental stirring...
    A). Is this right to do? How do I feel about this? Is this disrupting the harmony?
    B). focus on the present details that strike the senses and their impressions.
    C). There is more to this than what is seen. What's really going on?
    D). Making sense of the situation, analyzing the facts and options.

    8: To further a relationship, there must be...
    A). a taking part in the experiences of the world.
    B). joint efforts of analysis and implementation
    C). mutual insight of the deeper substances of the world.
    D). shared values and the seeking of an ideal.

    9: A situation becomes uncomfortable most when...
    A). I have to cater to values and personally connect.
    B). I am forced to overlook the values that are held.
    C). I am pushed to look to what is not readily apparent.
    D). I have to consider present and at hand data.

    10: To you, art is about...
    A). taking note of the background information of the piece and creator.
    B). the symbolism that is inferred, the patterns that come to mind.
    C). harkening to an ideal, the personal connection.
    D). appreciating the object, its appeal to the senses.

    11: Something most likely to rouse you into action...
    A). the promise of acquiring a possibility, to see something in a new light.
    B). an opportunity for an experience, deal with the tangible.
    C). to understand a subject, plan and accomplish a goal.
    D). to express oneself, to communicate values within the world.

    12: You often annoyed by those who...
    A). are impersonal and detached.
    B). are shallow and present-minded.
    C). too deep and paranoid
    D).are ovely idealistic and sensitive.

    13: If you could go down in the history books, you would like to be known most as...
    A) a person of exploits and creator of the sensuous.
    B). a person of reason and efficiency.
    C) a person driven by passion and unity.
    D) a person of insight and a new perspective of the world.

    14: To achieve your best self, you could stand to be a little more...
    A). embracing of the the world as it is and what it has to offer.
    B). efficient and adopt a more impersonal outlook.
    C). connected to others and embrace values.
    D). delving and otherworldly.

    Sensing:
    Intuition: 1, 3, 7, 8, 9, 11, 14
    Feeling: 2, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 13
    Thinking:

    Intuition: 7
    Feeling: 7
    Thinking: 0
    Sensing: 0

    Well it is obvious I am a feeling intuitive... LOL
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    1. A f
    2. D i
    3. C f
    4. C i
    5. B i
    6. A i
    7. C i
    8. D f
    9. B f
    10. B i
    11. A i
    12. B i
    13. D i
    14. A i

    Intuition followed by feeling.

    Edit: Sorry, I don't know how to follow directions.
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