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post #31 of 255
ENTP.
post #32 of 255
The problem with the questions is people act different ways in different situations. I've always done it in work based context so it's easier as you just relate the questions to how you'd behave at work. If I did a test thinking about my social life I might be something different.

For me though, I found the descriptions to be almost 100% accurate, bar a few exceptions. I think it's more interesting through an administrator who can explain it all in extreme depth. The online ones only give you a snap shot and some of the summaries on some pages are quite off the mark with what I've been taught.
post #33 of 255
INTJ here.
post #34 of 255
Your Type is
ENFJ
Extraverted 33% Intuitive 62%Feeling 62%Judging 11%




Qualitative analysis of your type formula

You are:

* moderately expressed extravert
* distinctively expressed intuitive personality
* distinctively expressed feeling personality
* slightly expressed judging personality



Some of those questions i could have answered either way, or been that way sometimes and the other way at other times. I dont think this is accurate.
post #35 of 255
You should make this into a POLL so we can really see the outcome.
post #36 of 255
INTP


The description provided is quite spot on, this especially " Architects are interested only in what make sense ...architects often seem difficult to know. They are inclined to be shy except with close friends".
post #37 of 255
ISTP

I'm a crafter. Into tools, machines. making and doing things more than personal interaction. Totally agree with this accessment. But they say I'd be a good engineer, not an artist. I disagree with this: I'm a designer and writer. I live for art. I also have zero thirst for dangerous adventure (sky diving, suba, hiking) which is supposed to be a major personality trait. Totally wrong there. And I'm not a paramedic-type (per their assessment) who will dash into a dangerous situation to take charge. Completely wrong there. I hate those kinds of situations. For me, the test is about as accurate as a horoscope. Maybe less.
post #38 of 255
ESTP. Man, there's a heavy I-contingent around these parts. Also happy to see all the ENTPs - many of my favorite people are ENTPs (best friend, girlfriend, a few of my favorite co-workers)
post #39 of 255
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Originally Posted by The Monkey View Post
ENTP.
Likewise

Sometimes INTP, very low E.
post #40 of 255
ENTJ
post #41 of 255
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Originally Posted by AmanGeorge View Post
ESTP. Man, there's a heavy I-contingent around these parts. Also happy to see all the ENTPs - many of my favorite people are ENTPs (best friend, girlfriend, a few of my favorite co-workers)
We need the "I" contingent so that we E-types have people to boss around.
post #42 of 255
apparently I'm a closet axe murderer.
post #43 of 255
Quote:
Originally Posted by The Monkey View Post
We need the "I" contingent so that we E-types have people to boss around.
While the E are busy issuing orders the I are contentedly taking note of all the things that make E an inept boss.

INTP.
post #44 of 255
INTJ, and I've taken similar test (different wording/format) to this one and received the same results.
post #45 of 255
I guess I shouldn't be surprised by the heavy presence of I's at a website dedicated to a popular way of totally blocking out others
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