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Big 5 (IPIP NEO) to MBTI converter quiz

silverknightgothic

i'm ready, aim and fire
Joined
Sep 20, 2017
Messages
4,959
MBTI Type
LEFV
Enneagram
461
Instinctual Variant
sx/sp
ISFP


Your type is ISFP (this isnt a 100% accurate, so you might consider the 2nd result as well).
You can google ISFP descriptions for a regular description, because Im going to put the Big Five descriptions of ISFP here instead, by basically describing ISFP in the light of Big Five. Be aware that Big Five is not as positivist on the description as the regular MBTI descriptions are, and ISFP type tends to be described in a little bit of overly negative light.

RCUAN (ISFP, low Neuroticism)
uncompetitive, unadventurous, level emotions, not bothered by disorder, not spontaneous, dislikes the spotlight, does not like to display anger, backs down when threatened, risk averse, unambitious, disorganized, messy, unconcerned with prestige/impressiveness, not detail oriented, not manipulative, slow to acquire skills, patient, not relationship obsessed, not aggressive, not wild and crazy, not physically affectionate with most people, underachiever, easily deterred, no interest in leadership, inattentive to the social hierarchy, not superficial, independent, not self absorbed, does not look for hidden meaning in things, modest, can be easily deterred, patient, embarrassed by praise, tolerant, not guided by moods, not very inquisitive, not easily frustrated, not prone to jealousy, easily confused, forgiving, not punctual, easy to satisfy, rarely prepared, private, avoids crowds, attached to conventional ways, not interested in science, slow to judge others, not open about feelings, not prone to addiction, positive, patient, not interested in abstract ideas, feels ordinary, willing to try new things, not materialistic

RLUAN (ISFP, high Neuroticism)
socially unskilled, unable to speak up for self, depressed, low self confidence, afraid of providing criticism, discontent, negative, apologetic, not a leader, quiet around strangers, prone to lateness, easy to fool, low energy level, easily distracted, feels defective, avoids crowds, avoids unnecessary social interaction, easy to persuade, avoidant, anxious, worrying, pessimist, unambitious, private, dependent, easily hurt, self loathing, frequently overwhelmed by unpleasant emotions, dislikes the spotlight, afraid to draw attention to self, fearful, weak sense or purpose, easily discouraged, lonely, not punctual, finishes work late, unadventurous, uninterested in science, prone to panic, easily embarrassed, happy doing mindless work, unproductive, loner, embarrassed by praise, prone to tears, easy to influence, feels unattractive, uncompetitive, modest, apprehensive about new encounters, second guesses self, feels untalented, not big on philosophical discussions, hesitant, undemanding, overly nice, avoids being a bother to anyone

Source of these descriptions:
similarminds.com/global5/sloan.html

Here are some facts you wont find that easily on internet about ISFP (some of these are from my personal search that does not follow soft-scientific standards):
- Known as the intuitive sensor, for being the most intuitive from sensor types.
- 6% of world´s population (based on 21 countries,2012-2020) and 6.7% of US population (2018).

My own descriptions of Fi and Se (pair for ISFP type):
Fi: typologytriad.wordpress.com/cognitive-functions/introverted-feeling/
Se: typologytriad.wordpress.com/cognitive-functions/extraverted-sensation/

Countries with most ISFPs:
1 - Netherlands (11.7%)
2 - France (11.2%)
3 - Italy/Sweden/South Korea (9%)

Countries with least ISFPs:
1 – New Zealand (2.1%)
2 - Brazil (3%)
3 - Mexico (3%)

Countries and MBTI types:
typologytriad.wordpress.com/mbti-population-by-country/

Most common type in ISFPs friends/best friends list (based on several "[ISFP] What is your best friend?" threads among several different websites/forums):
1 - INFP (13%)
2 - ESFJ (11%)
3 - ENFP/INTP (10%)
4 – ISTP (8%)

ISFPs on Enneagram:
Most common: Type 4 (35%) and Type 9 (34%).
Usual: Type 5 and Type 6.
Rare: Type 1, Type 2 and Type 7.
Incompatible: Type 3 and Type 8.

ISFPs on borderlines:

The majority of ISFPs have a borderline on S/N, at least from those who show up on the internet. From all ISFPs, probably a little bit less than half of them have a S/N borderline. I/E is the second most common borderline, while borderlines on F/T and P/J are quite rare.

MBTI / Enneagram / Big 5 connections:
typologytriad.wordpress.com/mbti-enneagram-big-5-correlations/

Borderlines:
typologytriad.wordpress.com/2020/07/12/tcf-series-5-what-is-the-most-thinker-of-all-thinkers-is-there-an-intuitive-sensor-all-dichotomies-covered/

ISFP: 69
INFP: 62
INTP: 59
ISFJ: 57
ESTP: 46
ISTJ: 44
ISTP: 44
INFJ: 44
INTJ: 39
ESFP: 39
ENFP: 37
ENTP: 31
ESTJ: 28
ESFJ: 25
ENTJ: 19
ENFJ: 16
 

Koto

Blue
Joined
May 22, 2021
Messages
284
MBTI Type
INTP
Enneagram
4w5
Instinctual Variant
sx/sp
Second time doing this, first time posting; I got INFP then INTP last time with similarly close results:

INTP -75
INFP -74
ENFP - 58
ENTP -57
ISFP - 57
 

Pessimistic Hippie

New member
Joined
Jul 2, 2020
Messages
455
MBTI Type
ISFP
Enneagram
469
Instinctual Variant
sx/so
WOW. I'm legitimately so impressed. x'D ISFP. Seriously, these tests almost never get it right for me...bravo.

RLUAN (ISFP, high Neuroticism) -- These are so fucking mean...lol
socially unskilled, unable to speak up for self, depressed, low self confidence, afraid of providing criticism, discontent, negative, apologetic, not a leader, quiet around strangers, prone to lateness, easy to fool, low energy level, easily distracted, feels defective, avoids crowds, avoids unnecessary social interaction, easy to persuade, avoidant, anxious, worrying, pessimist, unambitious, private, dependent, easily hurt, self loathing, frequently overwhelmed by unpleasant emotions, dislikes the spotlight, afraid to draw attention to self, fearful, weak sense or purpose, easily discouraged, lonely, not punctual, finishes work late, unadventurous, uninterested in science, prone to panic, easily embarrassed, happy doing mindless work, unproductive, loner, embarrassed by praise, prone to tears, easy to influence, feels unattractive, uncompetitive, modest, apprehensive about new encounters, second guesses self, feels untalented, not big on philosophical discussions, hesitant, undemanding, overly nice, avoids being a bother to anyone

Full list:
ISFP -- 71
ISFJ -- 59
ESFP -- 57
ESFJ -- 57
INFP -- 55
INTP -- 47
ISTJ -- 47
ESTJ -- 44
ESTP -- 44
ISTP -- 42
INTJ -- 38
INFJ -- 37
ENFJ -- 35
ENFP -- 32
ENTJ -- 28
ENTP -- 26
 

yeghor

Tempbanned
Joined
Dec 21, 2013
Messages
3,003
Personality Assessor | IPIP-120 Personality Test

Your type is INTJ (this isnt a 100% accurate, so you might consider the 2nd result as well). PS: ISTJ is also close.



RCOEI (INTJ, low Neuroticism)

  • withdrawn, not wild and crazy, private, loner, not relationship obsessed, not swayed by emotions, insensitive to the needs of others, unhelpful, interested in intellectual pursuits, avoidant,
  • does not put the needs of others ahead of self, thinks before acting, very scientific, not upset by the misfortune of strangers, avoids small talk, values solitude, private,
  • does not get worked up about most things, fearless, unaffected by the suffering of others, calm in crisis, not easily excited, won't do much to avoid rejection, not known for generosity,
  • not easily confused, cold, not prone to complimenting others, dislikes most people but tries to get along to minimize hostility, hard to get to know, more dominant than submissive,
  • not easily hurt, driven by reason, influenced more by self than others, rarely worried, hard to impress, not that interested in relationships, hard to influence,
  • not concerned about failing when trying something new, self confident, knows why they do things, not easily moved to tears, not prone to jealousy, not guided by moods

EDIT: I haven't had a good cry in years, shed momentary tears only when a scene from a movie or the tune of a song touch me.
 

Lex Sporis

dermato-PHYTE BACK
Staff member
Joined
Sep 28, 2008
Messages
11,494
MBTI Type
FNGI
Enneagram
5w6
Instinctual Variant
sp/sx
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Unadventurous?! I’m adventurous... :sadbanana:


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fatgurl

ARMY
Joined
Mar 4, 2021
Messages
448
Enneagram
9w1
Instinctual Variant
so/sx
ISFP This is the first test ever that typed me as ISFP, I always get typed as an intuitive
Your type is ISFP (this isnt a 100% accurate, so you might consider the 2nd result as well).
You can google ISFP descriptions for a regular description, because Im going to put the Big Five descriptions of ISFP here instead, by basically describing ISFP in the light of Big Five. Be aware that Big Five is not as positivist on the description as the regular MBTI descriptions are, and ISFP type tends to be described in a little bit of overly negative light.


RLUAN (ISFP, high Neuroticism)
socially unskilled, unable to speak up for self, depressed, low self confidence, afraid of providing criticism, discontent, negative, apologetic, not a leader, quiet around strangers, prone to lateness, easy to fool, low energy level, easily distracted, feels defective, avoids crowds, avoids unnecessary social interaction, easy to persuade, avoidant, anxious, worrying, pessimist, unambitious, private, dependent, easily hurt, self loathing, frequently overwhelmed by unpleasant emotions, dislikes the spotlight, afraid to draw attention to self, fearful, weak sense or purpose, easily discouraged, lonely, not punctual, finishes work late, unadventurous, uninterested in science, prone to panic, easily embarrassed, happy doing mindless work, unproductive, loner, embarrassed by praise, prone to tears, easy to influence, feels unattractive, uncompetitive, modest, apprehensive about new encounters, second guesses self, feels untalented, not big on philosophical discussions, hesitant, undemanding, overly nice, avoids being a bother to anyone

Your answers
ISFP
75
ISFJ
66
INFP
63
INFJ
59
INTJ
57
INTP
47
ISTP
43
ISTJ
42
ENFJ
38
ESFP
35
ENTJ
34
ESTP
33
ESFJ
31
ENFP
29
ENTP
25
ESTJ
24



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Iceblueblossom

New member
Joined
Jun 25, 2021
Messages
13
MBTI Type
INFP
Enneagram
9w1
Instinctual Variant
sp/so
I got ISFP followed by INFP, ISFJ and INFJ.
A bit surprised but the overall "feel" of the results seems accurate to me.
 

yubih

Member
Joined
Apr 21, 2021
Messages
101
MBTI Type
isfp
Enneagram
4w3
Instinctual Variant
sx/so
I got enfp, it was quite unexpected
 

Kaneda

Member
Joined
Aug 18, 2020
Messages
56
MBTI Type
ESTP
Enneagram
9w8
Instinctual Variant
so/sx
It got my type in the third-ranking result, so not bad.

ENFP: 71
ENTP: 63
ESTP: 61
ENFJ: 52
ESFP: 49
INTP: 49
INFJ: 47
ESFJ: 45
INFP: 44
ENTJ: 44
ESTJ: 38
ISFJ: 31
INTJ: 30
ISTP: 27
ISFP: 26
ISTJ: 21
 
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