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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by IlliniDave » Wed Oct 28, 2015 8:24 am

A couple days ago I took a test designed to measure MB type, and for the first time I scored INFJ where in the past I've been an INTJ consistently. Not a huge shock because my T has always been more marginal than the IN_J scores. I must be getting older--the nerdy cable channels are always running commercials for guys over 50 experiencing "Low T". Mine fell all the way to F. I didn't realize they were talking about MB types.

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by thrifty++ » Thu Oct 29, 2015 11:15 pm

I almost always get INFJ results. However most of the behaviours I exhibit are INTJ behaviours. While F matches my ideals I don't really live up to them or practice them. Which one prevails? Maybe I am misaligned and not living right,

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by sea » Fri Oct 30, 2015 8:15 pm

I almost always test INFJ too, although I'll get INFP occasionally.

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by sea » Fri Oct 30, 2015 8:22 pm

GandK wrote:Try this on for size:
INFJ: You must work for a company that you know to be morally corrupt, exploiting the lower classes of society to benefit the rich. You are not allowed to quit or leave the job.
I've seen this several times and shudder every single time. That was my first "real" job in 2003 (22 y.o.) at a Fortune 15. I left in 2006 and have been at not-for-profits (although some of them are not much better) or smaller privately-owned companies with a flatter power structure ever since.

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by bottlerocks » Mon Nov 02, 2015 2:36 pm

I was testing INTJ very consistently when I first discovered these forums and now I'm solidly ISTP (S&P are low-ish though). Wonder what changed.

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by FBeyer » Wed Dec 09, 2015 3:31 am

77% 66% 85% 71% 63%
I guess that's a pretty strong profile percentage-wise.

I've been thinking though, that if one was a turbulent personality, the A/T percentage would tend fluctuate as you re-take the test whereas a 'true' strong A would be quite set. In other words, A shows up as A, T shows up as both A and T depending on your current mood.

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by themodernchap » Tue Jan 19, 2016 12:50 pm


Introvert(44%) iNtuitive(34%) Thinking(12%) Judging(3%)
You have moderate preference of Introversion over Extraversion (44%)
You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (34%)
You have slight preference of Thinking over Feeling (12%)
You have marginal or no preference of Judging over Perceiving (3%)

I had never heard of these tests until I started reading here, the write-up for INTJ does sound very much like me.

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by peerifloori » Tue Jan 19, 2016 3:04 pm

I've always enjoyed the MBTI. In high school and early college, I would flip between INFP and ENFP. Then there was a solid 10 years or so of INFP. Interesting, I just retook it and scored INFJ quite definitively. It looks like this is related to becoming more of a planner than a creative. I feel like both the INFJ and INFP descriptions describe me pretty well.

For the INFJ decription from the link in the OP, my strategy is "Constant Improvement". Too true. I am always trying to figure out how I can do every single thing better. Sometimes I wish I could just relax and let things be. (So does my husband).

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by phil » Wed Jan 20, 2016 3:30 am

INTJ, always INTJ (INTJ-A on this particular test).
thrifty++ wrote:I think people often misunderstand introversion. For me it really comes down to whether you acquire energy from being on your own or being with other people. I have no issue speaking up in front of people on a regular basis despite being an introvert and see it as a separate issue.
I can fully relate to this. I used to believe that I was an extrovert, and that being extroverted is a good thing (oddly, my introvert parents taught me this). I ascribed my frequent lapses of utter exhaustion after intense social interaction to "some weird trait of mine". When I found out that I am actually an introvert, it was quite an eye-opener for me.

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by Forskaren » Wed Jan 20, 2016 8:58 am

I scored ISTJ-T on a test i did.

What is the difference between -T and -A?

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by theanimal » Thu Jan 21, 2016 11:24 pm

Usually test as INTJ but this time was different. The descriptions fit me fairly well. I find it odd the numbers are so similar.

Your personality type: “The Logistician” (ISTJ-A)

Strength of individual traits: Introverted: 68%, Observant: 68%, Thinking: 50%, Judging: 50%, Assertive: 50%.
Role: Sentinel
Strategy: Confident Individualism

ETA: The relationship section was spot on.I have a small circle of friends. Romantically,I rarely seek out a partner and don't have much interest in random hookups. I do have a trend of developing a really strong interest in a girl(in general) about every 4 years and end up trying to pursue a relationship. It's been about 3 years since the last one..this could be a good year :P .

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by slog » Tue May 17, 2016 8:59 am

Used the link cmonkey provided
Did find myself answering quite a few neutrals. Not sure I see truth in the strengths and weaknesses but interesting to reflect on.
ENFP-A "The Campaigner"
Extraverted 56%
Intuitive 65%
Feeling 54%
Prospecting 64%
Assertive 64 %

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by TopHatFox » Tue May 17, 2016 10:13 am

sea wrote:I almost always test INFJ too, although I'll get INFP occasionally.
Same, this is what I pretty much get (INFJ-A or INFP-A), though if I'm honest, I self identify as INFJ if I think through each category.

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by slog » Tue May 17, 2016 12:24 pm

I went back and applied a don't cop out and answer neutral rule (although I still did for one question)
Moved me from "Diplomats" to "Analysts"
INTP-A "The Logician"
Introverted 62%
Intuitive 74%
Thinking 60%
Prospecting 81%
Assertive 68%

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by CECTPA » Wed May 18, 2016 9:49 pm


Well, looks like I'm not the only ISFJ here, heyhey. I'm a nurse and the famous ISFJs are my role models: Mother Theresa and Samwise Gamgee from The Lord of the Rings :)
But the thing is... I don't like this 70% FEELING part. I love logic. But I find it only logical to be kind to people and to value their emotions, and not to argue with only reason to be right. Because most of the people have low IQs and they are driven by emotion with low emotional intelligence, at least my patients lol. And then I have to ask myself: "Do you want to be right or do you want to be happy?"
And that is because it makes my job easier. Would I be 70% FEELING if I didn't have to work? The phrasing of the questions in the test asking more about "what you do?" instead of "what would you rather do?"

Another thing. Do I have a problem speaking in front of 1500 people? No. Would I rather not to? Absolutely. That's why I believe I'm 100% introverted, but I can become a bit extroverted, if I need to, driven by the logic. Whatever makes my life easier :)

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by namesarehard » Sat May 21, 2016 6:17 pm

This may go against the theory behind this test, but I seem to oscillate fairly consistently between two types, when using the "16 personalities" test in different situations.

I've found that I score ENFP-A when I take the test during weekends, and INTJ-A when I take the test at work. I actually think that this may reflect my behavior in different situations-

ENFP in daily life
INTJ when I am problem-solving (at work, personal projects, finances, even games)

I think that the ENFP seems fairly spot on concerning my personal life - I seem to make friends with ALL of the strangest people. However, I've noticed that I'm not very tolerant of "incorrect" opinions when tackling problems at work. Consequently I've learned that speaking my mind about the quality of others' work can be a poor political move :oops:

I wonder if there's a way for me to consciously switch between the two modes - I appreciate my INTJ problem-solver, but really think my ENFP would serve me better when it comes to office politics. Bah, I didn't even know office politics were a thing until I read this article ... erism.html

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by BRUTE » Sun May 22, 2016 9:22 am

breaking news: MB personality test gross oversimplification
see also: zodiac signs

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by ducknalddon » Sun May 22, 2016 10:30 am

BRUTE wrote:breaking news: MB personality test gross oversimplification
Yet many people seem to find it useful, I know I do.

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Re: Post your MB Personality Type

Post by Lucky C » Sun May 22, 2016 6:17 pm


Reading the 16personalities explanation today made me feel better about myself. I plan to stay at my current job at least another two years, but sometimes it's rough and I'm disappointed in myself for not being able to handle it better. But after taking a couple tests and reading up on INFJs, I realize engineering just isn't a good fit for my personality, whereas growing up and into college it just always seemed like the logical choice because I was "good with computers and science".

Thinking ahead to the future, I'd be more interested in spending most of my life helping people in some way or doing something artistic. However the career path I chose was still my best option since it's still pretty much the best paying job I'd be willing & able to do. No regrets!

I'm just happy to know that there's nothing wrong with me for not wanting to stick with a career that seemed so right for me once upon a time. It's OK for me to want to abandon this path as soon as possible because it's just not right for me!

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