Jump to content

Recommended Posts

  • Replies 74
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

Never saw this thread.   Always have tested INTJ, obviously.   Of course this sort of test isn't very rigorous, but I can safely say that if you are not INTJ or INTP you are probably stupid in som

Your personality type is INTP.http://typelogic.com/intp.htmlIntroverted (I) 79% Extraverted (E) 21%Intuitive (N) 73% Sensing (S) 27%Thinking (T) 85% Feeling (F) 15%Perceiving (P) 64% Judging (J) 36%The abstract description of this particular personality type is very accurate, as far as how I operate.

Famous INTPs:SocratesRene DescartesBlaise PascalSir Isaac NewtonU.S. Presidents: James Madison John Quincy Adams John Tyler Dwight D. Eisenhower Gerald FordWilliam Harvey (pioneer in human physiology)C. G. Jung, (Freudian defector, author of Psychological Types, etc.)William JamesAlbert Einstein
seems about right...
Link to post
Share on other sites

Your personality type is INTP.Introverted (I) 71% Extraverted (E) 29%Intuitive (N) 55% Sensing (S) 45%Thinking (T) 75% Feeling (F) 25%Perceiving (P) 68% Judging (J) 32%Not real surprising and fairly accurate.

Link to post
Share on other sites
I'm wondering if there are traits more, or less, suited to being a successful poker player?
Other than the "E", Daniels pretty much pegs the sort of person who is going to have a very high level comprehension of the human component of the game; Sensing-Feeling-Perceiving. Since the human element of poker is 90% and the "math" is 10%, SFP's with a decent memory for remembering details and behavioral minutiae are probably your 'ldeal' poker players.They're awful with logic, probably not very good all-around 'thinkers' and they may not score particularly high on an IQ test, but they're exceptional at picking up on human traits, comprehending human motivations and understanding how it all applies to external dynamics.
Link to post
Share on other sites

Introverted (I) 64% Extraverted (E) 36%Sensing (S) 50% Intuitive (N) 50%Thinking (T) 90% Feeling (F) 10%Judging (J) 64% Perceiving (P) 36%I'm more extroverted that you all

Link to post
Share on other sites

Your personality type is INTJ.Introverted (I) 71% Extraverted (E) 29% Intuitive (N) 55% Sensing (S) 45% Thinking (T) 70% Feeling (F) 30% Judging (J) 77% Perceiving (P) 23%

Link to post
Share on other sites

ENTP - I am pretty sure I have always come up as this in the past.Extraverted (E) 79% Introverted (I) 21%Intuitive (N) 64% Sensing (S) 36%Thinking (T) 50% Feeling (F) 50%Perceiving (P) 64% Judging (J) 36%Sounds about right.I have always been an extrovert.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Introverted (I) 89% Extraverted (E) 11%Intuitive (N) 59% Sensing (S) 41%Thinking (T) 60% Feeling (F) 40%Judging (J) 50% Perceiving (P) 50%Guess I'm 50/50 on JP but it defaults to J?Seems spot on...Possible Career Paths for the INTJ:ScientistsEngineersProfessors and Teachers

Link to post
Share on other sites
ENTPs are fluent conversationalists, mentally quick, and enjoy verbal sparring with others. They love to debate issues, and may even switch sides sometimes just for the love of the debate. When they express their underlying principles, however, they may feel awkward and speak abruptly and intensely.
Ya think?
Link to post
Share on other sites

Your personality type is INFP.Introverted (I) 86% Extraverted (E) 14%Intuitive (N) 77% Sensing (S) 23%Feeling (F) 60% Thinking (T) 40%Perceiving (P) 77% Judging (J) 23%

It's worth mentioning that nearly all of the truly great writers in the world have been INFPs.
I've been thinking of doing some writing...
Link to post
Share on other sites

Interesting test. I found that I paused over more than a few of these, meaning the answers would have been much different 10 years ago. I finished the test and then went over every question with Sylvia. That was fun, lol.But overall I think I answered all the questions fairly and unbiased. I think this is very accurate.Daniel, when is your summer collection coming out?Your personality type is ENFP.Extraverted (E) 86% Introverted (I) 14%Intuitive (N) 68% Sensing (S) 32%Feeling (F) 70% Thinking (T) 30%Perceiving (P) 68% Judging (J) 32%Whether you're a young adult trying to find your place in the world, or a not-so-young adult trying to find out if you're moving along the right path, it's important to understand yourself and the personality traits which will impact your likeliness to succeed or fail at various careers. It's equally important to understand what is really important to you. When armed with an understanding of your strengths and weaknesses, and an awareness of what you truly value, you are in an excellent position to pick a career which you will find rewarding.ENFPs generally have the following traits: * Project-oriented * Bright and capable * Warmly, genuinely interested in people; great people skills * Extremely intuitive and perceptive about people * Able to relate to people on their own level * Service-oriented; likely to put the needs of others above their own * Future-oriented * Dislike performing routine tasks * Need approval and appreciation from others * Cooperative and friendly * Creative and energetic * Well-developed verbal and written communication skills * Natural leaders, but do not like to control people * Resist being controlled by others * Can work logically and rationally - use their intuition to understand the goal and work backwards towards it * Usually able to grasp difficult concepts and theories ENFPs are lucky in that they're good a quite a lot of different things. An ENFP can generally achieve a good degree of success at anything which has interested them. However, ENFPs get bored rather easily and are not naturally good at following things through to completion. Accordingly, they should avoid jobs which require performing a lot of detailed, routine-oriented tasks. They will do best in professions which allow them to creatively generate new ideas and deal closely with people. They will not be happy in positions which are confining and regimented.The following list of professions is built on our impressions of careers which would be especially suitable for an ENFP. It is meant to be a starting place, rather than an exhaustive list. There are no guarantees that any or all of the careers listed here would be appropriate for you, or that your best career match is among those listed.Possible Career Paths for the ENFP: * Consultant * Psychologist * Entrepreneur * Actor * Teacher * Counselor * Politician / Diplomat * Writer / Journalist * Television Reporter * Computer Programmer, Systems Analyst, or Computer Specialist * Scientist * Engineer

Link to post
Share on other sites

If I take it and it agrees with my perception of myself, then I have learned nothing.If I take it and it disagrees with my perception of myself, then it's a stupid test.Why would I do this?

Link to post
Share on other sites

Personality Type ESTPEXtraverted 71% Introvertal 29%Sensing 55% Intuitive 45%Thinking 55% Feeling 45%Perceiving 59% Judging 41%ESTP Strengths--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Can be quite charming Witty, clever, and popular Earthy and sensual Not personally threatened by conflict or criticism Excellent and clear-headed dealing with emergency situations Enthusiastic and fun-loving, they try to make everything enjoyable As "big kids" themselves, they're eager, willing and able to spend time with their kids Likely to enjoy lavishing their loved ones with big gifts (both a strength and a weakness) WeaknessesNot naturally good at expressing feelings and emotions May inadvertantly hurt others with insensitive language May be very good with money, but highly risky with it as well Living in the present, they're not usually good long-range planners May fall into the habit of ignoring conflict, rather than solving it Don't naturally make lifelong commitments - they take things one day at a time Prone to get bored easily More likely than other type to leave relationships quickly when they get bored Likely to enjoy lavishing their loved ones with big gifts (both a strength and a weakness) ESTPs generally have the following traits: Action-oriented Live in the present moment Dislike abstract theory without practical application Like to see immediate results for their efforts Fast-paced and energetic Flexible and adaptable Resourceful Seldom work from a plan - make things up as they go Fun to be around Highly observant Excellent memory for details Excellent people skills Good-natured Excellent ability to see an immediate problem and quickly devise a solution Attracted to adventure and risk May be flashy or showy Like initiating things - not necessarily following them through to completion ESTPs have some advantageous traits which are unique to their personality type. Their skills of observation make them extremely good at correctly analyzing and assessing other peoples' motives or perspectives. Their people skills allow them to use this knowledge to their advantage while interacting with people. For this reason, ESTPs are excellent salespeople. They also have a special ability to react quickly and effectively to an immediate need, such as in an emergency or crisis situation. This is a valuable skill in many different professions, perhaps most notably in action-oriented professions, such as police work. ESTPs enjoy new experiences and dealing with people, and dislike being confined in structured or regimented environments. They also want to see an immediate result for their actions, and don't like dealing with a lot of high-level theory where that won't be the case. For these reasons, they should choose careers which involve a lot of interaction with people, and do not require performing a lot of routine, detailed tasks. The following list of professions is built on our impressions of careers which would be especially suitable for an ESTP. It is meant to be a starting place, rather than an exhaustive list. There are no guarantees that any or all of the careers listed here would be appropriate for you, or that your best career match is among those listed. Possible Career Paths for the ESTP: Sales Representatives Marketing Personnel Police / Detective Work I work as a Forensic Nurse Paramedic / Emergency Medical Technician PC Technicians or Network Cablers Computer Technical Support Entrepreneurs

Link to post
Share on other sites
If I take it and it agrees with my perception of myself, then I have learned nothing.If I take it and it disagrees with my perception of myself, then it's a stupid test.Why would I do this?
take it .... and then take it again with your Mom/Dad/spouse/co worker 's input.
Link to post
Share on other sites

ResultsYour personality type is INTP.Introverted (I) 61% Extraverted (E) 39%Intuitive (N) 59% Sensing (S) 41%Thinking (T) 85% Feeling (F) 15%Perceiving (P) 77% Judging (J) 23%i have problems with these tests, because there's a gap between the person you see yourself as, and the person you are, and alot of time I'll just futz around, and level myself trying to pick an answer, and end up copping out and picking the both/neither option. I think I was much more extro/feeling when I was younger.

Link to post
Share on other sites

InterestingYour personality type is ESFP.Extraverted (E) 71% Introverted (I) 29% Sensing (S) 55% Intuitive (N) 45% Feeling (F) 65% Thinking (T) 35% Perceiving (P) 55% Judging (J) 45%edit: Just read DN's think he is the same type - LOL - I think with this personality type I am not supposed to be an engineer. May explain why my daughter is so damn artsy though. Pretty accurate assessment of me though.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Your personality type is ISTJ.Introverted (I) 75% Extraverted (E) 25%Sensing (S) 50% Intuitive (N) 50%Thinking (T) 80% Feeling (F) 20%Judging (J) 73% Perceiving (P) 27%

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

Announcements


×
×
  • Create New...