INTP!

There you are, I’m right. I’ve turned into an INTP.

http://similarminds.com/jung.html

Introverted (I) 53.57% Extroverted (E) 46.43%
Intuitive (N) 67.5% Sensing (S) 32.5%
Thinking (T) 51.61% Feeling (F) 48.39%
Perceiving (P) 58.97% Judging (J) 41.03%

The results balanced out a bit, my Intuition rank is dropping though. The last time, feeling was 63% then 54%, so there you go. I was very frank in answering this time.
Your type is: INTP

INTP – “Architect”. Greatest precision in thought and language. Can readily discern contradictions and inconsistencies. The world exists primarily to be understood. 3.3% of total population.

I found all the descriptions to be true, ALL to a certain degree. The ones in bold are moderately true, the red bold ones are Just Me (!).

loner, more interested in intellectual pursuits than relationships or family, wrestles with the meaninglessness of existence, likes esoteric things, disorganized, messy, likes science fiction, can be lonely, observer, private,can’t describe feelings easily, detached, likes solitude, not revealing, unemotional, rule breaker, avoidant, familiar with the darkside, skeptical, acts without consulting others, does not think they are weird but others do (truth is, I think I’m wierd), socially uncomfortable, abrupt, fantasy prone, does not like happy people (um..), appreciates strangeness, frequently loses things (HELL YES), acts without planning, guarded, not punctual (HELL YES), more likely to support marijuana legalization, not prone to compromise, hard to persuade, relies on mind more than on others, calm

favored careers:

philosopher, game designer, scientist, software engineer, freelance artist, research scientist, assassin (!!! yes, I’m up to the job), freelance writer, physicist, software developer, mathmetician, geologist, computer scientist, philosophy professor, webmaster, slacker, medical researcher, painter, mortician, systems analyst, comic book artist, computer technician, website designer, scholar, archeologist, computer repair, forensic anthropologist, astronaut, researcher, historian, systems engineer, genetics researcher, astronomer, enviromental scientist, egyptologist

disfavored careers:

human resources, public relations, social worker, guidance counselor, health care worker, trainer, school teacher, wedding planner, movie star (ROFL), hospitality worker, supervisor, child care worker, fundraiser, customer service, stay at home parent, office administrator

So see, there’s a reason for me being late and losing things all the time and being unemotional and wrestling with sadistic theories.

And it seems like I value these personality tests too much– yes I do and I rely on them, and I like it that way, I trust them and I like to analyse them. ESFP (primary school, just before entering secondary sch)–INTJ (complete reversal of ESFP)–INFJ (Last year)–INFP (Towards the end of last year)–INTP (now). I’ve exhausted all the transformations of the TJ/FJ/FP/TP.

Let’s see what happens.

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  1. lawlleepawp

    does not like happy people

    go die, whore!

    Also, I love how you said HELL YES twice before highlighting the fact that you are “calm”.

    March 14, 2008 07:17
  2. That’s my online blogging personality reporting, my dear. ‘It’ tends to do this to make ‘it’ more lively for happy people like you.

    hah, and I didn’t bold “does not like happy people”. There, gotcha! :p

    March 14, 2008 12:07
  3. Rachel

    I suspect you are mis-typed. You might want to explore further.

    March 17, 2008 07:27
  4. Maybe, but when I take the test through a period of time, it remains the same– until something that’s ‘defining’ occurs to me.

    I retook this test because something like that ‘that’ happened. And not surprisingly, it changed.

    March 17, 2008 10:55
  5. But yes, I suspect that I’m mis-typed. But the fact is, I don’t know what. I seem to suit several of the personality descriptions well. It is not just INTP.

    Funny.

    March 17, 2008 10:59
  6. Rachel

    the “test” doesn’t tell you who you are — it’s called an “indicator” because it indicates a likely possibility. To really verify your results, you must learn the model and find yourself in it.

    I recommend the booklets by Dr. Linda Berens on Amazon — “Introduction to the Personality Type Code” is brilliant.

    April 8, 2008 09:20

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INTP!

There you are, I’m right. I’ve turned into an INTP.

http://similarminds.com/jung.html

Introverted (I) 53.57% Extroverted (E) 46.43%
Intuitive (N) 67.5% Sensing (S) 32.5%
Thinking (T) 51.61% Feeling (F) 48.39%
Perceiving (P) 58.97% Judging (J) 41.03%

The results balanced out a bit, my Intuition rank is dropping though. The last time, feeling was 63% then 54%, so there you go. I was very frank in answering this time.
Your type is: INTP

INTP – “Architect”. Greatest precision in thought and language. Can readily discern contradictions and inconsistencies. The world exists primarily to be understood. 3.3% of total population.

I found all the descriptions to be true, ALL to a certain degree. The ones in bold are moderately true, the red bold ones are Just Me (!).

loner, more interested in intellectual pursuits than relationships or family, wrestles with the meaninglessness of existence, likes esoteric things, disorganized, messy, likes science fiction, can be lonely, observer, private,can’t describe feelings easily, detached, likes solitude, not revealing, unemotional, rule breaker, avoidant, familiar with the darkside, skeptical, acts without consulting others, does not think they are weird but others do (truth is, I think I’m wierd), socially uncomfortable, abrupt, fantasy prone, does not like happy people (um..), appreciates strangeness, frequently loses things (HELL YES), acts without planning, guarded, not punctual (HELL YES), more likely to support marijuana legalization, not prone to compromise, hard to persuade, relies on mind more than on others, calm

favored careers:

philosopher, game designer, scientist, software engineer, freelance artist, research scientist, assassin (!!! yes, I’m up to the job), freelance writer, physicist, software developer, mathmetician, geologist, computer scientist, philosophy professor, webmaster, slacker, medical researcher, painter, mortician, systems analyst, comic book artist, computer technician, website designer, scholar, archeologist, computer repair, forensic anthropologist, astronaut, researcher, historian, systems engineer, genetics researcher, astronomer, enviromental scientist, egyptologist

disfavored careers:

human resources, public relations, social worker, guidance counselor, health care worker, trainer, school teacher, wedding planner, movie star (ROFL), hospitality worker, supervisor, child care worker, fundraiser, customer service, stay at home parent, office administrator

So see, there’s a reason for me being late and losing things all the time and being unemotional and wrestling with sadistic theories.

And it seems like I value these personality tests too much– yes I do and I rely on them, and I like it that way, I trust them and I like to analyse them. ESFP (primary school, just before entering secondary sch)–INTJ (complete reversal of ESFP)–INFJ (Last year)–INFP (Towards the end of last year)–INTP (now). I’ve exhausted all the transformations of the TJ/FJ/FP/TP.

Let’s see what happens.

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  1. lawlleepawp

    does not like happy people

    go die, whore!

    Also, I love how you said HELL YES twice before highlighting the fact that you are “calm”.

    March 14, 2008 07:17
  2. That’s my online blogging personality reporting, my dear. ‘It’ tends to do this to make ‘it’ more lively for happy people like you.

    hah, and I didn’t bold “does not like happy people”. There, gotcha! :p

    March 14, 2008 12:07
  3. Rachel

    I suspect you are mis-typed. You might want to explore further.

    March 17, 2008 07:27
  4. Maybe, but when I take the test through a period of time, it remains the same– until something that’s ‘defining’ occurs to me.

    I retook this test because something like that ‘that’ happened. And not surprisingly, it changed.

    March 17, 2008 10:55
  5. But yes, I suspect that I’m mis-typed. But the fact is, I don’t know what. I seem to suit several of the personality descriptions well. It is not just INTP.

    Funny.

    March 17, 2008 10:59
  6. Rachel

    the “test” doesn’t tell you who you are — it’s called an “indicator” because it indicates a likely possibility. To really verify your results, you must learn the model and find yourself in it.

    I recommend the booklets by Dr. Linda Berens on Amazon — “Introduction to the Personality Type Code” is brilliant.

    April 8, 2008 09:20

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