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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.
We always judge ourselves by our motivesThe world judges us by our actionsMy faith in this test is largely weakened when they misspelled a word in question tenYour personality type is ESTJ.Extraverted (E) 71% Introverted (I) 29% Sensing (S) 91% Intuitive (N) 9% Thinking (T) 60% Feeling (F) 40% Judging (J) 64% Perceiving (P) 36% After taking this I am convinced that some people who went to college are really struggling to justify their paychecks
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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 ISFJ.Introverted (I) 57% Extraverted (E) 43%Sensing (S) 64% Intuitive (N) 36%Feeling (F) 55% Thinking (T) 45%Judging (J) 73% Perceiving (P) 27%Possible Career Paths for the ISFJ: * Interior Decorators * Designers * Nurses * Administrators and Managers * Administrative Assistants * Child Care / Early Childhood Development * Social Work / Counselors * Paralegals * Clergy / Religious Workers * Office Managers * Shopkeepers * Bookkeepers * Home Economics * StuntmanThis thing is really accurate.
Which of these doesn't belong?
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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%I've been thinking of doing some writing...
INFPFunny considering in the last several months I've decided to pursue a career as a writer.
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Extraverted (E) 50% Introverted (I) 50% Intuitive (N) 59% Sensing (S) 41% Thinking (T) 60% Feeling (F) 40% Perceiving (P) 55% Judging (J) 45% ENTPPossible Career Paths for the ENTP: Lawyers I hate themPsychologists I hate themEntrepreneurs Doesn't Appeal to mePhotographers Doesn't Appeal to meConsultants Doesn't Appeal to meEngineers I think I missed my callingScientists I think I missed my callingActors I think I missed my callingSales Representatives I hate themMarketing Personnel Doesn't Appeal to meComputer Programmer, Systems Analyst, or Computer Specialist Boring

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Extraverted (E) 50% Introverted (I) 50% Intuitive (N) 59% Sensing (S) 41% Thinking (T) 60% Feeling (F) 40% Perceiving (P) 55% Judging (J) 45% ENTP
Since you are like 50/50 on everything, you could easily go the other direction on any of those.To bad you can't get an occupation as a fence sitter.
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Since you are like 50/50 on everything, you could easily go the other direction on any of those.To bad you can't get an occupation as a fence sitter.
politics pays pretty well actually.and I think this test is pretty inaccurate all around. it says I'm an INTJ, which has the following career info:Possible Career Paths for the INTJ: * Scientists * Engineers * Professors and Teachers * Medical Doctors / Dentists * Corporate Strategists and Organization Builders * Business Administrators / Managers * Military Leaders * Lawyers / Attorneys * Judges * Computer Programmers, Systems Analysts and Computer Specialists which is wholly incorrect, considering I'm incredibly stupid.
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Your personality type is ISTJ.Introverted (I) 91% Extraverted (E) 9% Sensing (S) 94% Intuitive (N) 6% Thinking (T) 100% Feeling (F) 0% Judging (J) 82% Perceiving (P) 18%Possible Career Paths for the ISTJ: Business Executives, Administrators and Managers -- Not meAccountants and Financial Officers -- Not really mePolice and Detectives -- Was meJudges -- Could be meLawyers -- Could be meMedical Doctors / Dentists -- Not really meComputer Programmers, Systems Analysts, and Computer Specialists -- Could be meMilitary Leaders -- Was me :club:

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Since you are like 50/50 on everything, you could easily go the other direction on any of those.To bad you can't get an occupation as a fence sitter.
Yeah I almost wondered why they picked Extrovert instead of Introvert. I feel that I am more introverted in some situations, but extremely extroverted in others ... like when I'm drunk! Then I am the life of the party ... or at least I feel that way. Others probably just want me to shut up and leave. Maybe I just have multiple personalities. I should take the test again and see if it comes out different.Edit:Your personality type is INTP.Introverted (I) 64% Extraverted (E) 36% Intuitive (N) 68% Sensing (S) 32% Thinking (T) 65% Feeling (F) 35% Perceiving (P) 73% Judging (J) 27%
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politics pays pretty well actually.and I think this test is pretty inaccurate all around. it says I'm an INTJ, which has the following career info:Possible Career Paths for the INTJ: * Scientists * Engineers * Professors and Teachers * Medical Doctors / Dentists * Corporate Strategists and Organization Builders * Business Administrators / Managers * Military Leaders * Lawyers / Attorneys * Judges * Computer Programmers, Systems Analysts and Computer Specialists which is wholly incorrect, considering I'm incredibly stupid.
Considering Custer for example, that would work :club:
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ENFPFamous peopleSamuel Clemens (Mark Twain)Theodor "Dr." Seuss Geisel (The Cat in the Hat)Paul Harvey Bill Cosby (Ghost Dad)Meg Ryan, actor (When Harry Met Sally)Robin Williams, actor, comedian (Dead Poet's Society, Mrs. Doubtfire)Sandra Bullock, actor (Speed, While You Were Sleeping)Robert Downey (Heart and Souls)Alicia Silverstone (Clueless)Andy Kaufman Fictional:Dr. Doug Ross (ER)Ariel (The Little Mermaid)The Fresh Prince of Bel-AirGuess I'm off to hollywood

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It maybe considered a dated test but mine was 100% on the money:Your personality type is ENFP.Extraverted (E) 50% Introverted (I) 50%Intuitive (N) 64% Sensing (S) 36%Feeling (F) 75% Thinking (T) 25%Perceiving (P) 68% Judging (J) 32%All descriptions were pretty much exactly how I am, especially the career and professionalism aspects.

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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 some very important ways.

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Going straight up to the boss tomorrow and demanding a raise.

Your personality type is INTP! Introverted (I) 89% Extraverted (E) 11% Intuitive (N) 68% Sensing (S) 32% Thinking (T) 50% Feeling (F) 50% Perceiving (P) 64% Judging (J) 36%

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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 some very important ways.

 

I know it's your modus operandi to jump in and make a declarative observation and then pounce on any objection, but without arguing the point: What do you think would be missing from a person that was ENTJ or ENTP, that the "I" wouldn't be missing?

 

Full disclosure: I most recently tested INTP, but I have been XNTP (once) and ENTP (twice) in the past.

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pounce on any objection

 

No.

 

I pounce on any stupid, irrelevant, absurd, fallacious or just generally poor objection.

 

I consider any relatively solid but ultimately invalid or unsound objection and respond with clarification or rebuttal.

 

Any objection that is unassailable I accept, and correct or abandon my position accordingly, then move on.

 

That last one very rarely happens these days in part because of that last one.

 

Also because I am amazing.

 

What do you think would be missing from a person that was ENTJ or ENTP, that the "I" wouldn't be missing?

 

I wouldn't use the word missing.

 

It is probably because intro - inward, within - is where... the brain... resides.

 

So, those who "draw their energy" from, and/or spend more of their time with, and/or are more prone to enjoy being within, inward, intro, are drawing their energy from, spend more time with and are more prone to enjoy their mind, their brain.

 

That'd be my guess.

 

Also, to clarify, I am not saying that being INTJ or INTP excludes someone from being "stupid in some very important ways" - or just straight up stupid. Or that everyone of any other type is by necessity SISVIW.

 

Just the odds for avoiding this fate are worse for other types, and the odds are poor to begin with.

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ISTJ, but it showed a 50/50 split between S and N.

 

I think innovation is an artistic/creative process as much as it is logical/practical. ultimately you need to have a sound understanding of cost/benefit to be an effective innovator, but being open-minded and able to disregard previous 'logic trees' to cross-pollinate seemingly unrelated ideas is really valuable.

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It seems like the ability to socialize and interact with people is a lot more important to achievement than introverts want to believe. Especially now that the days of the individual's ability to make legitimate breakthroughs are nearly over, and everyone doing anything that matters is working in a team.

 

I think because of this, we will see women make huge progress in our lifetime, as far as like STEM employment and such.

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It seems like the ability to socialize and interact with people is a lot more important to achievement than introverts want to believe.

 

Being an introvert does not equal not "having the ability to socialize". That's not how it works, or what it means.

 

An introvert is more likely to have poor socialization skills than an extrovert because they generally like it less and are drained by it, and therefore get less practice, sure.

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