r ranson wrote:As expected, I scored right down the middle except for introvert/extrovert where I was 97% introvert.
INFJs tend to see helping others as their purpose in life... their real passion is to get to the heart of the issue so that people need not be rescued at all.
Flora Eerschay wrote:Sarah Koster asked a great question in her topic What's Your Mind Like? and I didn't want to spam her thread, but it reminded me of this test. Actually, I learned about it on Tinder ;) when someone had this "code" for her personality type and I didn't know what it means, so she told me about this test. And I love tests, questionnaires and all that stuff... so I can procrastinate happily (instead of writing a report like I should right now).
Here is the website:
the test is free and I'm curious about your results! It has quite a lot of research behind it, so I think it's trustworthy.
Funny thing - when I took this test for the first time and we compared our results with the person who told me about it, we found out that we wouldn't be a good match... so maybe this discouraged us from meeting ;) but I liked that she was so introspective.
So my first result, almost two years ago, was:
Personality type: “The Advocate” (INFJ-A)
Individual traits: Introverted – 56%, Intuitive – 80%, Feeling – 53%, Judging – 58%, Assertive – 51%
Strategy: Confident Individualism
And when I took it today, my result is:
Type “The Advocate” (INFJ-T)
Traits: Introverted – 57%, Intuitive – 62%, Feeling – 68%, Judging – 53%, Turbulent – 51%
Strategy: Constant Improvement
So I'm still The Advocate, but a little different now... funny that I'm so much less intuitive! Not sure what to think about it... ;)
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