• Myers-Briggs Personality Test
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[img]http://gyazo.com/09b6e0d5b57d9bc6538ad8137342fc47.png?1329607151[/img] Way to make me feel like an aspie. :downs:
INTP Introverted Intuitive Thinking Perceiving 22 25 25 44 [editline]18th February 2012[/editline] its saying i could be a teacher at DeVry yeah fuck that
Am I the only one who doesn't care too much for this test? It means really nothing and has black and white answers. What about grey? You know, I don't work in "yes" or "no". What about a "maybe" or "sometimes".
Because if questions had 'maybe' everyone would answer 'maybe' It's part of why the "rate how much you agree 1-5" questions on surveys generally give shit data -everyone goes for 2-4
[QUOTE=DaveP;34762597]Because if questions had 'maybe' everyone would answer 'maybe' It's part of why the "rate how much you agree 1-5" questions on surveys generally give shit data -everyone goes for 2-4[/QUOTE] But if that's what you want to answer, than isn't that more truthful? I don't work on a yes and no scale. Therefore I can't even answer this thing honestly :v: Than again no one has a defined personality so this is pretty silly.
Your type is: INTP Introverted=78 Intuitive=12 Thinking=62 Perceiving=22 Pretty accurate. waitwaitwait [QUOTE]Famous INTPs Albert Einstein Thomas Jefferson Marie Curie Charles Darwin David Keirsey George Soros Gregory Peck Harper Lee Robert Rosen[/QUOTE] Watch out guys, I'm gonna be the a president-scientist-author. :v:
[QUOTE=doommarine23;34762616]But if that's what you want to answer, than isn't that more truthful? I don't work on a yes and no scale. Therefore I can't even answer this thing honestly :v: Than again no one has a defined personality so this is pretty silly.[/QUOTE] Try the other test I mentioned above it uses sliders and other techniques instead of yes/no questions [IMG]http://i40.tinypic.com/wch1yh.png[/IMG] [url]http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1141391?highlight=[/url]
ESFP Extraverted 22% Sensing 1% Feeling 12% Perceiving 44% slightly expressed extravert slightly expressed sensing personality slightly expressed feeling personality moderately expressed perceiving personality [editline]18th February 2012[/editline] i got enfp last time i had a test like this [editline]18th February 2012[/editline] sounds about right i guess
I took this test a year ago, got INTJ, which appears to be the consensus around here.
INTJ pretty spot on.
I've never understood why people circlejerk over being a "rare" personality type. Who the fuck cares?
[QUOTE=notlabbet;34725760]ENTP im an INVENTOR which i guess is kinda true, i did fix my bro's speakers yesterday with only a razor and duck tape[/QUOTE] [img]http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20070130212608/uncyclopedia/images/5/5a/Ducktape.JPG[/img]
[QUOTE=Calam1tous;34767792]I've never understood why people circlejerk over being a "rare" personality type. Who the fuck cares?[/QUOTE] Cause being a rare personality type of course makes you instantly superior to everyone else. Somehow.
[QUOTE=doommarine23;34762616]But if that's what you want to answer, than isn't that more truthful? I don't work on a yes and no scale. Therefore I can't even answer this thing honestly :v: Than again no one has a defined personality so this is pretty silly.[/QUOTE] The point of the yes/no is that it's meant to really force you to choose which is the BEST for you. On a scale, most people always just go for the middle.
[quote]Your Type is: ENTJ Extraverted: 1 Intuitive: 50 Thinking: 12 Judging:44 You are: slightly expressed extravert moderately expressed intuitive personality slightly expressed thinking personality moderately expressed judging personality[/quote] Cool heh.
Is there somewhere that explains what the different letters actually mean, like the difference between Judgmental and Perceiving and stuff?
[QUOTE=DainBramageStudios;34777270]Is there somewhere that explains what the different letters actually mean, like the difference between Judgmental and Perceiving and stuff?[/QUOTE] I'll provide a simple explanation if you want: [B]Attitudes[/B] Extroverted - Gain energy through social interaction. Become bored with prolonged alone time. Desire breadth of knowledge, and are more action oriented. Introverted - Lose energy through social interaction. Enjoy alone time, especially after a long day of socializing. Desire depth in knowledge, and are more thought oriented. [B]Perceptive Functions[/B] Intuitive - Big picture thinkers. More interested in theories and abstract thought rather than hard data. Usually trust their "hunches" which seem to come from some unconscious center of pattern recognition. They often think more about future possibilities than the present moment. Sensing - Detail oriented. Interested only in the facts and often dislike theoretical ideals or abstract principles. [B]Decision Making[/B] Thinking - Make decisions largely based on reason rather than emotions. View things from a somewhat detached standpoint when making decisions. Often view truth telling as more important than being considerate. Feeling - Make decisions more based on feelings, empathetic concerns, and achieving the greatest harmony out of a situation. [B]Lifestyle[/B] Perceiving - Perceivers collect data using their primary perceiving function (Intuition or Sensing), then make judgments. They often prefer to keep decisions open, and wait till the last minute to decide things. Can be very disorganized. Judging - Judgers first make judgments using their judging function (Thinking or Feeling), then collect data to confirm their judgement as correct. They like to have things done, or "get decisions over with." They are usually more organized than perceivers, but can still be very disorganized as well.
Last time I took one of these, I got ENTP/ENFP. I had gotten the max possible even count on both T and F so it couldn't classify me.
[QUOTE=DainBramageStudios;34777270]Is there somewhere that explains what the different letters actually mean, like the difference between Judgmental and Perceiving and stuff?[/QUOTE] Wikipedia is good too. [editline]20th February 2012[/editline] Also gives good overviews for the individual personalities.
[IMG]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4237780/screen/linux/Schermafdruk-15.png[/IMG] Now lets find out how bad it is.
[QUOTE=Chicken Magnet;34762876]Watch out guys, I'm gonna be the a president-scientist-author. :v:[/QUOTE] Wasn't Carl Sagan also an intp?
INFP represent.
INTJ Introverted 11 Intuitive 62 thinking 38 Judging 1
I'd say mine's pretty much nailed it [img]http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg688/scaled.php?server=688&filename=40118925.jpg&res=medium[/img] About 4-5 years ago this would be totally different though.
ENFJ [CODE] Extraverted Intuitive Feeling Judging 56 50 19 22 [/CODE]
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Your Type is INTJ Introverted Intuitive Thinking Judging Strength of the preferences % 89 12 62 1
[quote]INTJ Independent, original, analytical, and determined. Have an exceptional ability to turn theories into solid plans of action. Highly value knowledge, competence, and structure. Driven to derive meaning from their visions. Long-range thinkers. Have very high standards for their performance, and the performance of others. Natural leaders, but will follow if they trust existing leaders. [/quote] My god, that's almost scary, sounds exactly like me. Also famous INTJ personalitys, sorry if its been posted [quote]Stephen Hawking, Andrew Grove, Marie Curie, Guy Kawasaki, Igor Sikorsky, Hillary Clinton[/quote]
INFJ Introverted 67 Intuitive 75 Feeling 25 Judging 33 I'm almost frightened by the accuracy. I've always had little quirks in my life that pissed me off/made me wonder and I'm pretty sure those two websites cleared upwards of half of them. [editline]22nd February 2012[/editline] I added you on Steam, geogzm :smile:
[QUOTE=geogzm;34747960]I want me some INFJ buddies, steam is reviewmad[/QUOTE] INFJ high five!
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