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Michael Caloz MBTI Test

Saturnal Snowqueen

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FELV
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9w1
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so/sp
This was a really cool test, most of the questions had to do with cognitive functions. Fi is way higher than Fe but I got more Ti than Te so that's interesting(and so is the equal Ne and Ni). Myers-Briggs Personality Type Finder - Michael Caloz Coaching

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Example People: Johnny Depp, A. A. Milne (creator of Winnie-the-Pooh), Björk, Frodo Baggins (Lord of the Rings)
Primary Instinct: Making decisions (being decisive)
Internal Conflict: You often struggle between following Ne and Si
Under Stress: Your Te makes you feel harsh, nitpicky, and incompetent, but also like you need to bring order to an out-of-control world
 

Neal Caffreynated

Artist/Playboy/Traveller
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ENTP
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3w2
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so/sx
Very interesting and Fun test, thanks for sharing :D

ENTP
The Visionary / Debater / Inventor
59 points
Greatest Strength: Can do anything, constant new ideas
Greatest Weakness: Trouble finishing, hates routine
IntrovertedExtroverted
T (Thinking): Making objective decisions and judgments
F (Feeling): Making subjective decisions and judgments
N (Intuition): Processing intangible information
S (Sensing): Processing concrete sensations

Sometimes called temperaments, the 16 types can be divided into 4 families based on general shared characteristics.

NT
Conceptualizers
Focused on the big picture and objective thinking
(1) PRIMARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION (MOST IMPORTANT!)
This function is unconscious. It represents the main way you see the world and it should feel very natural.

Ne
Extroverted Intuition
Possibilities • Exploring • Seeing Patterns • Learning through "Experiments" • Optimistic • Open-Mindedness • Brainstorming
(2) AUXILIARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION
This function is conscious. It should feel very familiar, but you might struggle with it at times. Since the ENTP's primary function is an information-gathering one, this secondary function supports it by being a decision-making one.

Ti
Introverted Thinking
Accuracy • Curiosity • Seeking Understanding • Logic • Blunt Honesty
(3) TERTIARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION
This function is conscious. It can take years to mature; so, it might work well often but also give you some trouble. Even though the fourth function is typically seen as a type's main weakness, aspects of this third one can give you some real trouble as well.

Fe
Extroverted Feeling
Group Harmony • Empathy • Manipulation • Understanding Social Conventions
(4) INFERIOR COGNITIVE FUNCTION
This function is unconscious. Think of it as your main weakness. But it's still a part of you, so it should feel familiar, even if it can be confusing, unpleasant, or difficult. It might be something you struggle with often, or it could feel so foreign that you have trouble understanding how others enjoy it.

Si
Introverted Sensing
Memory • Personal / Subjective Experience • Nostalgia • Preserving Order • History • Stability • Careful Planning • Tradition
Example People: Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Edison, Socrates, Gillian Anderson, Tyrion Lannister (Game of Thrones)

Primary Instinct: Gathering information (keeping options open)

Internal Conflict: You often struggle between following Ti and Fe

Under Stress: Your Si makes you withdraw and feel depressed, unmotivated, nostalgic, or like everything needs to be cleaned or reorganized

Overcoming Weakness: Reinforce your weakness of Si by practicing your Ti
 

cascadeco

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INFJ was my highest at 57 points

ISFP was second at 53 points, despite having literally 0 for Fi. Lol. (I made up for it with Te only, apparently)

ENFJ third at 48 points

ISTP fourth with 42 points
 

Taito

Dissolving
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ISTP
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First time I ever got ISTJ, but the questions sucked. Too many neutrals from me. My 2nd was ESTJ, and ISFJ lmao.

I am quite often a "neither option" person in tests on sociability, which greatly impacts my scores.

This result clearly shows im intuitive too, but ises stack meyh3od to choose, rather than dominate function.
 

Mayflower

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ESTP
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9w8
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sp/so
ESTP:
The Doer / Entrepreneur / Promoter

62 points
Greatest Strength: Energetic, high tolerance for risk
Greatest Weakness: Trouble with follow-through

IntrovertedExtroverted
T (Thinking): Making objective decisions and judgments
F (Feeling): Making subjective decisions and judgments
N (Intuition): Processing intangible information
S (Sensing): Processing concrete sensations
This TypeYou

TYPE FAMILY
SP

Experiencer: Focused on the physical world and living in the moment

(1) PRIMARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION (MOST IMPORTANT!)

This function is unconscious. It represents the main way you see the world and it should feel very natural.

Se
Extroverted Sensing: Observing with 5 Senses • Pushing Body • Improvising • Against Set Procedures • Realistic / Practical • Mindful of Here-and-Now

(2) AUXILIARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION

This function is conscious. It should feel very familiar, but you might struggle with it at times. Since the ESTP's primary function is an information-gathering one, this secondary function supports it by being a decision-making one.

Ti

Introverted Thinking

Accuracy • Curiosity • Seeking Understanding • Logic • Blunt Honesty

(3) TERTIARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION

This function is conscious. It can take years to mature; so, it might work well often but also give you some trouble. Even though the fourth function is typically seen as a type's main weakness, aspects of this third one can give you some real trouble as well.

Fe

Extroverted Feeling

Group Harmony • Empathy • Manipulation • Understanding Social Conventions

(4) INFERIOR COGNITIVE FUNCTION

This function is unconscious. Think of it as your main weakness. But it's still a part of you, so it should feel familiar, even if it can be confusing, unpleasant, or difficult. It might be something you struggle with often, or it could feel so foreign that you have trouble understanding how others enjoy it.

Ni

Introverted Intuition: Insight • Future Vision • Perspectives • Simplifying & Focusing Ideas • Epiphanies from Subconscious

Example People: Winston Churchill, Madonna, Hank Schrader (Breaking Bad), Jaime Lannister (Game of Thrones)

Primary Instinct: Gathering information (keeping options open)

Internal Conflict: You often struggle between following Ti and Fe

Under Stress: Your Ni makes you feel flustered, paranoid, worried about others' opinion of you, and like there's an almost mystical significance to everything

Overcoming Weakness: Reinforce your weakness of Ni by practicing your Ti
 

RadicalDoubt

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Their definitions are a bit off. Ti is defined more like Ne-Si than Ti and Te is specifically Te Si. Fe is Fe Si and Soc, Fi is sp, etc etc etc.
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ENTP (62 pt)
ENTJ (56 pt)
INTP (56 pt)
INTJ (50 pt)
 

Schrödinger's Name

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You scored 1 Te and 5 Ti.
You scored 0 Fe and 4 Fi.
You scored 2 Se and 3 Si.
You scored 2 Ne and 3 Ni.

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ISTP: 59 points.

:rly???:

ISFP: 53
ESTP: 47
INTP: 47
INFP: 41
 

Vendrah

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XNTP, INTP and ENTP draw.

First test I ever scored Fe over Fi.
And this guy at the start were talking like the human mind process was all figured out.
And I quite disagree with this idea that INTP and INTJ are super different.

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noname3788

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sp/so
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INFJ



next few where ENFJ (53p) and INFP/ENFP (both 41p)

and I don't think as well that INTP/INTJ are totally different... they may differ in their motivation and their priorities but often arrive at very similar conclusions.
 

Vendrah

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INFJ



next few where ENFJ (53p) and INFP/ENFP (both 41p)

and I don't think as well that INTP/INTJ are totally different... they may differ in their motivation and their priorities but often arrive at very similar conclusions.

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Jaguar

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You like identifying how things are different and logically classifying them
You want to be in control, and you don't like people trying to influence you too much

How are those mutually exclusive? What a goofball.
 

cascadeco

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You like identifying how things are different and logically classifying them
You want to be in control, and you don't like people trying to influence you too much

How are those mutually exclusive? What a goofball.

You definitely should choose Neutral on everything!!
 

lunalum

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One I haven't taken before? :shock:

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For top 3 types I got ENTP (73), INTP (62), and ENFP (55)


First impression: Where has this test been all my life? It defines the functions well, explains how to choose your answers, and actually gives examples.

Second impression: But wait, how much of this is my own bias talking?

Other thoughts: Still think the function questions are great. The dichotomous questions were alright, but to some extent, I still had the problem I've always had with the I/E one where it's like, but I'm both? Something odd I picked up on is in the results it says that the dominant function is "unconscious." I read further and kind of understand what that's getting at, but it seems... misleading. Like if it were truly unconscious then people would score lowest in their dominant function. I'd be interested to see what other takes there are on this.
 

Norexan

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ENTJ
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sp
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ENTJ
The Executive / Commander / Field Marshal

76 points
Greatest Strength: Unparalleled leadership abilities

Greatest Weakness: Pushy, obsessed with power

IntrovertedExtroverted
T (Thinking): Making objective decisions and judgments
F (Feeling): Making subjective decisions and judgments
N (Intuition): Processing intangible information
S (Sensing): Processing concrete sensations

TYPE FAMILY

Sometimes called temperaments, the 16 types can be divided into 4 families based on general shared characteristics.

NT

Conceptualizers

Focused on the big picture and objective thinking

(1) PRIMARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION (MOST IMPORTANT!)

This function is unconscious. It represents the main way you see the world and it should feel very natural.

Te

Extroverted Thinking

Efficiency • Exerting Control • Organizing Resources • Nailing Down Solutions • Delegating • Making Tough Calls • Seeking Results

(2) AUXILIARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION

This function is conscious. It should feel very familiar, but you might struggle with it at times. Since the ENTJ's primary function is a decision-making one, this secondary function supports it by being an information-gathering one.

Ni

Introverted Intuition

Insight • Future Vision • Perspectives • Simplifying & Focusing Ideas • Epiphanies from Subconscious

(3) TERTIARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION

This function is conscious. It can take years to mature; so, it might work well often but also give you some trouble. Even though the fourth function is typically seen as a type's main weakness, aspects of this third one can give you some real trouble as well.

Se

Extroverted Sensing

Observing with 5 Senses • Pushing Body • Improvising • Against Set Procedures • Realistic / Practical • Mindful of Here-and-Now

(4) INFERIOR COGNITIVE FUNCTION

This function is unconscious. Think of it as your main weakness. But it's still a part of you, so it should feel familiar, even if it can be confusing, unpleasant, or difficult. It might be something you struggle with often, or it could feel so foreign that you have trouble understanding how others enjoy it.

Fi

Introverted Feeling

Authenticity • Internal Values • Truth • Convictions • Understanding Impacts on Emotions • Conveying Emotion via Art

Example People: Steve Jobs, Napoleon Bonaparte, Gordon Ramsay, Margaret Thatcher, Frank Underwood (House of Cards)

Primary Instinct: Making decisions (being decisive)

Internal Conflict: You often struggle between following Ni and Se

Under Stress: Your Fi makes you look down on others and become hypersensitive to criticism and distrustful of feelings

Overcoming Weakness: Reinforce your weakness of Fi by practicing your Ni


ENTJ 76 points
ENFJ 71 points
INTJ 63 points
ENFP 61 points
 

Morpeko

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Surprisingly decent test.

 
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