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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)


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http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp

 

Before you read, take the above test. It's long, but pretty accurate and detailed.

 

General discussion of MB types. I'm INTJ. This site (http://intjcentral.com/manual1) is a hilarious and accurate guide to INTJs.

 

People always say that it's total crap and is worth nothing, but you definitely do get a sense of what a person is like from their type. You're not going to have an outgoing, artsy INTJ, or a critically-thinking and judging ESFP. I'd be very interested to see some OTers types :thumbup:

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Oh look at that, another INTJ reporting in.

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So our yearly myers briggs test appears.

 

ESFP reporting out.

 

Edit: Make that an ENFP.

Was just going to say, this shows up all the time.

 

From last test I'm yet another INTJ. Perhaps it's changed...

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ISTJ here. I've done this test a few times and I'm pretty sure it's changed every time... I feel very different depending on whether I've just been out to an amazing party or something or played a week of games and had a lot of fun that way, and can't be bothered to go out because of that.

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Has anyone actually changed over time? I'd be interested to know how a change like that occurs.

It just depends on how you answer. As honest as you might be, you may end up answering one question or another differently, especially in a version of the test that isn't yes/no, because you thought of a question differently or something, or you remember doing something recently that fits a different answer.

 

Or, assuming most of us are mid/late teens to early 20s, we've been taking the test throughout our development :razz: The first time I took it, I was 14-16 or so and INTJ. I can definitely say I've changed since the early teens :razz:

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I got INTJ as well.

 

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