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Aurani wrote:

That's just how most people behave over internet, regardless of personality. That's why judging someone over internet is like trying to poke a cat's anus through a rice sack... good luck hitting it spot on.
This is one of the most bizarre analogies I've ever seen in my life.
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took it twice to make sure

i was an ISTP like last year from that topic i made, tho it also resulted me to being an INTP after retaking after some months later but after retaking it again, it resulted me to being an ISTP again lol
i guess im kinda both types lol
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-Seren- wrote:


took it twice to make sure

i was an ISTP like last year from that topic i made, tho it also resulted me to being an INTP after retaking after some months later but after retaking it again, it resulted me to being an ISTP again lol
i guess im kinda both types lol
considering i'm on the same boat but with slightly different fluctuation in outcome i retook the test and this time i noticed a few discrepancies in the questions in relation to another myers-briggs type personality test I took on another website, can't remember what website it was but someone linked a screenshot from it somewhere in this thread
this test seems to have slightly modernised ways of presenting the questions (however that is not to say i wasn't fucking stumped on a few of them, too ambiguous and neutral), so in one sense this one might be slightly more accurate than the one i took earlier, not sure where you took your previous test however
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K0S-M0S wrote:

"Your personality type: INFJ
The INFJ type is believed to be very rare (less than 1 percent of the population)....Meh Whatever -.-
Hail to the INFJ master race.
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Aurani wrote:

K0S-M0S wrote:

"Your personality type: INFJ
The INFJ type is believed to be very rare (less than 1 percent of the population)....Meh Whatever -.-
Hail to the INFJ master race.
Fitting because Hitler was supposedly an INFJ
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That's what I was aiming for, lol. It wasn't actually surprising to see him on the list, since I immediately recognised him at the end of the test - when I read the description. Inspiring speeches? Analyzing people? Creative and with a vivid imagination? Rings a bell, definitely.
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Lewder wrote:

considering i'm on the same boat but with slightly different fluctuation in outcome i retook the test and this time i noticed a few discrepancies in the questions in relation to another myers-briggs type personality test I took on another website, can't remember what website it was but someone linked a screenshot from it somewhere in this thread
this test seems to have slightly modernised ways of presenting the questions (however that is not to say i wasn't fucking stumped on a few of them, too ambiguous and neutral), so in one sense this one might be slightly more accurate than the one i took earlier, not sure where you took your previous test however
i took my test from here: http://similarminds.com/jung_word_pair.html
i remember after retaking that test some months ago, it resulted me of having a 50/50 between sensing and intuitive tho it resulted me to being an INTP and after some consecutive retakes, it showed the intuitive one is more dominant
and oh,i also remember taking this kind of test some years ago and that one resulted me to being an ISTP
but well, i think can consider myself as being both since i somehow have a good sense of intuition and sensing, and sometimes i can find myself connecting these 2 capabilities either way
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Took like two tests and I got ESTJ, so I could go either way based off of my previous post here.

however 2 > 1 so god bless.
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-Seren- wrote:

Lewder wrote:

considering i'm on the same boat but with slightly different fluctuation in outcome i retook the test and this time i noticed a few discrepancies in the questions in relation to another myers-briggs type personality test I took on another website, can't remember what website it was but someone linked a screenshot from it somewhere in this thread
this test seems to have slightly modernised ways of presenting the questions (however that is not to say i wasn't fucking stumped on a few of them, too ambiguous and neutral), so in one sense this one might be slightly more accurate than the one i took earlier, not sure where you took your previous test however
i took my test from here: http://similarminds.com/jung_word_pair.html
i remember after retaking that test some months ago, it resulted me of having a 50/50 between sensing and intuitive tho it resulted me to being an INTP and after some consecutive retakes, it showed the intuitive one is more dominant
and oh,i also remember taking this kind of test some years ago and that one resulted me to being an ISTP
but well, i think can consider myself as being both since i somehow have a good sense of intuition and sensing, and sometimes i can find myself connecting these 2 capabilities either way
I'm fairly certain similarminds is where I took the test some years ago too, actually.
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i'm not an introvert. we should start a club.

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ENFP


They're kind of right ;_;
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Lewder wrote:

-Seren- wrote:

i took my test from here: http://similarminds.com/jung_word_pair.html
i remember after retaking that test some months ago, it resulted me of having a 50/50 between sensing and intuitive tho it resulted me to being an INTP and after some consecutive retakes, it showed the intuitive one is more dominant
and oh,i also remember taking this kind of test some years ago and that one resulted me to being an ISTP
but well, i think can consider myself as being both since i somehow have a good sense of intuition and sensing, and sometimes i can find myself connecting these 2 capabilities either way
I'm fairly certain similarminds is where I took the test some years ago too, actually.
sure that test isnt specific and only concise as it's only making you choose from which of those adjectives describe you the most but it has a good insight nevertheless
anyway, kinda agree that this one seems more accurate than that one; but oh well, as long as your corresponding type is accurate, that's all that matters
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Actually, the one I took is this one: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp
I knew it wasn't that specific test on similarminds, I thought it was another one hosted on their website, my bad.
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Nooph wrote:

i'm not an introvert. we should start a club.

Critical Dude wrote:

ENFP


They're kind of right ;_;
Extroverts 4 life :D
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Don't forget that while introverted, my type is actually quite fond of company and appreciates a good conversation.
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Aurani wrote:

Don't forget that while introverted, my type is actually quite fond of company and appreciates a good conversation.
So are you ambiverted?
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I'm still an introvert, as my energy drains when I'm around people - but unlike other types, I can hold out a veeeeeeeery long time until I have to retreat and "recharge". I've read a similar description on one of the sites too, and was rather shocked to have it confirmed, but I don't remember where I saw it.... I guess I'll have to dig it up tonight.
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introversion isn't as black and white as you think, aurani, and you're describing it in a way that every introvert is like an autist that gets annoyed as soon as people try to talk to them
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Lewder wrote:

introversion isn't as black and white as you think, aurani, and you're describing it in a way that every introvert is like an autist that gets annoyed as soon as people try to talk to them
Being an introvert means that your internal energy is the strongest when reflecting and is the weakest when interacting - nothing else. If anything, I'm one of the people who actually knows what it means to be either I or E, unlike most others who generalize and immediately come to retarded conclusions such as "OH being an introvert means that you're automatically a shut-in!".

Also Kiru, here's what I found so far - "While they are introverted, they sometimes seem extroverted at times due to their strong interest in people and society."
Not the one I read a day or two ago, but close enough.
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