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    Gabriel's scores on the main set of questions:
    Extraversion (E): 11 58 I) Introversion
    Sensing (S): 10 85 N) iNtuition
    Thinking (T): 27 47 F) Feeling
    Judging (J): 51 22 P) Perceiving
    You scored as an INFJ.
    Assuming that you are an INFJ,
    Your DOMINANT function is Introverted Intuition.
    Your AUXILIARY function is Extraverted Feeling.
    Your TERTIARY function is Introverted Thinking.
    Your INFERIOR function is Extraverted Sensing.

    Please bear in mind that the supplementary questions are experimental and may be highly unreliable. If these scores conflict with your previous scores, it is probably because the questions are still not reliable enough.
    Gabriel's scores on the supplementary questions:
    Extraverted Thinking / Introverted Feeling : 27
    Extraverted Feeling / Introverted Thinking : 46

    Extraverted Intuition / Introverted Sensing : 38
    Extraverted Sensing / Introverted Intuition : 23

    Rationality (Dominant Judging Function) : 57
    A-rationality (Dominant Perceiving Function) : 3
    According to the supplementary scores, Gabriel could be an ESFJ or an INTP. These are opposite types, because the supplementary questions measure for preferences that opposite types share in common. See the FAQ for an explanation.
    These results conflict with the evaluation of Gabriel as an INFJ.
     
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    Reon's scores on the main set of questions:

    Extraversion (E): 16 5 (I) Introversion
    Sensing (S): 13 40 (N) iNtuition
    Thinking (T): 42 5 (F) Feeling
    Judging (J): 50 13 (P) Perceiving
    You scored as an ENTJ.
    Assuming that you are an ENTJ,
    Your DOMINANT function is Extraverted Thinking.
    Your AUXILIARY function is Introverted Intuition.
    Your TERTIARY function is Extraverted Sensing.
    Your INFERIOR function is Introverted Feeling.

    Please bear in mind that the supplementary questions are experimental and may be highly unreliable. If these scores conflict with your previous scores, it is probably because the questions are still not reliable enough.
    Reon's scores on the supplementary questions:
    Extraverted Thinking / Introverted Feeling : 28
    Extraverted Feeling / Introverted Thinking : 13

    Extraverted Intuition / Introverted Sensing : 36 (should be lower)
    Extraverted Sensing / Introverted Intuition : 2

    Rationality (Dominant Judging Function) : 7
    A-rationality (Dominant Perceiving Function) : 4

    If I have Te/Fi, why is my Ne/Si so high. Oh e gad!
    NVM, makes sense now.
     
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    Extraversion (E): 0/45 (I) Introversion
    Sensing (S): 24/38 (N) iNtuition
    Thinking (T): 23/38 (F) Feeling
    Judging (J): 60/14 (P) Perceiving
    You scored as an INFJ.


    Pieter's scores on the supplementary questions:

    Extraverted Thinking / Introverted Feeling : 17
    Extraverted Feeling / Introverted Thinking : 44

    Extraverted Intuition / Introverted Sensing : 32
    Extraverted Sensing / Introverted Intuition : 8

    Rationality (Dominant Judging Function) : 32
    A-rationality (Dominant Perceiving Function) : 6

    According to the supplementary scores, Pieter could be an ESFJ or an INTP. These are opposite types, because the supplementary questions measure for preferences that opposite types share in common.

    These results conflict with the evaluation of Pieter as an INFJ.

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    Just going by what everyone else has gotten so far. I think the test might be screwed up on N/S functions (for the second half of the results), albeit not that badly. The reason my Ne/Si is so high is because of my Si prefrence. It also could be due to the fact that I am very Se adverse. Se strikes me as the total reverse of a J preference and I end up not liking it at all. On other tests where they combined Ni and Se, the score for it took a nose dive. Despite my like of Ni, if Se touches it, I can't align with it. Guess I will have to edit it and say that the N/S axis isn't that badly messed up. The issue is whatever your lowest function (out of all 8 of them, in my case it is Se) is, will cause the score to dive off. As such then the other axis will take off to fill the hole, making it appear as if you use the other function set.

    Also, how the hell did I get 0/45 for E/I? There is NO way I am that introverted.

    Despite all that, I found this test to be extremely thorough. It might be possible though, that allowing people to have THIS much of a selection for everything, might infact make the test skewed. Nevertheless, lovely find. I will be anxiously awaiting other peoples results, and what they thought of this.
     
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    Andrew's scores on the main set of questions:
    Extraversion (E): 19 35 (I) Introversion
    Sensing (S): 15 62 (N) iNtuition
    Thinking (T): 7 68 (F) Feeling
    Judging (J): 23 38 (P) Perceiving
    You scored as an INFP.




    Bah. I'm not an INFP, nor an ESTJ like it said there was a possibility of.
     
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    Post the results you got on the bottom too mf! I NEED MORE DATA!!! MAH!!!!


    Someone needs to invent the sorting-hat of MBTI. That would make this so much easier.
     
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    Crap. I already lost the page and my history doesn't have it cached. Please don't ban me!
     
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    LOL, well lets figure out a rational solution!!!

    Your other possibility said ESTJ

    Both INFP's and ESTJ's have a preference for this functions(just in reverse order)

    Fi Ne Si Te
    Te Si Ne Fi

    So clearly you scored higher on the

    Thinking Extroverted / Feeling Introverted
    Extroverted Intuition / Introverted Sensing..

    The P/J dominance I can't really tell though but I am guessing a rational(J score) due to the fact that Fi and Te are both judging functions.
     
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    Random yes but you got INFP twice and then ESTJ?

    Ne/Si is ESTJ and Te/Fi is INFP (According to your two highest functions pairs )

    Edit: I got the same results on the bottom part: ESTJ and INFP
     
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    Extraversion (E) 20 0 (I) Introversion
    Sensing (S) 18 31 (N) iNtuition
    Thinking (T) 39 23 (F) Feeling
    Judging (J) 19 28 (P) Perceiving

    You scored as an ENTP.
    Assuming that you are an ENTP,
    Your DOMINANT function is Extraverted Intuition.
    Your AUXILIARY function is Introverted Thinking.
    Your TERTIARY function is Extraverted Feeling.
    Your INFERIOR function is Introverted Sensing.

    satya's scores on the supplementary questions:
    Extraverted Thinking / Introverted Feeling : 18
    Extraverted Feeling / Introverted Thinking : 18

    Extraverted Intuition / Introverted Sensing : 17
    Extraverted Sensing / Introverted Intuition : 20

    Rationality (Dominant Judging Function) : 17
    A-rationality (Dominant Perceiving Function) : 10
    According to the supplementary scores, satya could be an ENXJ or an ISXP. These are opposite types, because the supplementary questions measure for preferences that opposite types share in common.



    Wow! And I really took my time and answered these honestly and thoroughly.
     
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    Heh.
     
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    Extraversion (E): 4 / 13 Introversion
    Sensing (S): 7 / 56 iNtuition
    Thinking (T): 9 / 32 Feeling
    Judging (J): 33 / 10 Perceiving

    You scored as an INFJ. (Nothing new here)

    Assuming that you are an INFJ,
    Your DOMINANT function is Introverted Intuition.
    Your AUXILIARY function is Extraverted Feeling.
    Your TERTIARY function is Introverted Thinking.
    Your INFERIOR function is Extraverted Sensing.

    Please bear in mind that the supplementary questions are experimental and may be highly unreliable. If these scores conflict with your previous scores, it is probably because the questions are still not reliable enough.
    Von Hase's scores on the supplementary questions:
    Extraverted Thinking / Introverted Feeling : 16 (I think this is due to my strong Fi)
    Extraverted Feeling / Introverted Thinking : 12

    Extraverted Intuition / Introverted Sensing : 23 (The trend looks like the test has a lean toward Ne, regardless of who takes it. However, my Ne is fairly solid)
    Extraverted Sensing / Introverted Intuition : 12

    Rationality (Dominant Judging Function) : 16 (I find this interesting as a lean toward ENFJ... which happens to me a fair amount)
    A-rationality (Dominant Perceiving Function) : 7

    According to the supplementary scores, Von Hase could be an ESTJ or an INFP. These are opposite types, because the supplementary questions measure for preferences that opposite types share in common. See the FAQ for an explanation. (I'm also open to the possibility of being a very 'J' INFP)


    These results conflict with the evaluation of as an INFJ. (Really? I'm hard to pin as an INFJ? Really? Me?)
     
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    Siamese+Cat's scores on the main set of questions:
    Extraversion (E): 0 20 :(I) Introversion
    Sensing (S): 13 58 :(N) iNtuition
    Thinking (T): 6 61 :(F) Feeling
    Judging (J): 42 14 :(P) Perceiving
    You scored as an INFJ.
    Assuming that you are an INFJ,
    Your DOMINANT function is Introverted Intuition.
    Your AUXILIARY function is Extraverted Feeling.
    Your TERTIARY function is Introverted Thinking.
    Your INFERIOR function is Extraverted Sensing.

    Please bear in mind that the supplementary questions are experimental and may be highly unreliable. If these scores conflict with your previous scores, it is probably because the questions are still not reliable enough.
    Siamese+Cat's scores on the supplementary questions:
    Extraverted Thinking / Introverted Feeling : 19
    Extraverted Feeling / Introverted Thinking : 21

    Extraverted Intuition / Introverted Sensing : 20
    Extraverted Sensing / Introverted Intuition : 16

    Rationality (Dominant Judging Function) : 11
    A-rationality (Dominant Perceiving Function) : 16
    According to the supplementary scores, Siamese+Cat could be an ENTP or an ISFJ. These are opposite types, because the supplementary questions measure for preferences that opposite types share in common. See the FAQ for an explanation.
    These results conflict with the evaluation of Siamese+Cat as an INFJ.


    At this point I say that safe bet would be that all people who take test will have the results of the second part conflicted with first. :p



    Nice test but a bit too long for my taste. :)
     
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    Extraversion (E) 11
    9 (I) Introversion

    56 (N) iNtuition
    Sensing (S) 9

    Thinking (T) 46

    21 (F) Feeling

    51 (P) Perceiving
    Judging (J) 11


    You scored as an ENTP.


    • Your DOMINANT function is Extraverted Intuition.
    • Your AUXILIARY function is Introverted Thinking.
    • Your TERTIARY function is Extraverted Feeling.
    • Your INFERIOR function is Introverted Sensing.
     
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    I took it again...

    Von Hase's scores on the main set of questions:

    Extraversion (E): 9
    / 4 Introversion
    Sensing (S): 0 / 46 iNtuition
    Thinking (T): 14 / 58 Feeling
    Judging (J): 13 / 12 P) Perceiving

    You scored as an ENFJ.

    Please bear in mind that the supplementary questions are experimental and may be highly unreliable. If these scores conflict with your previous scores, it is probably because the questions are still not reliable enough.Von Hase's scores on the supplementary questions:

    Extraverted Thinking / Introverted Feeling : 20
    Extraverted Feeling / Introverted Thinking : 25 (I would agree with this 20/25 ratio)

    Extraverted Intuition / Introverted Sensing : 15 (I still think this test is Ne biased, or possibly not rating Se well)
    Extraverted Sensing / Introverted Intuition : 8

    Rationality (Dominant Judging Function) : 35 (This supports ENFJ)
    A-rationality (Dominant Perceiving Function) : 3

    According to the supplementary scores, Von Hase could be an ESFJ or an INTP. These are opposite types, because the supplementary questions measure for preferences that opposite types share in common. See the FAQ for an explanation.

    These results conflict with the evaluation of Von Hase as an ENFJ.
     
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    sounds resonable, not so much difference in E and I sounds true, but my J and P are normaly closer

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    which could be pretty much ... EVERY TYPE!!!!

    yeah, due!!
     
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    Extraversion (E): 21 37 : (I) Introversion
    Sensing (S): 20 55 : (N) iNtuition
    Thinking (T): 90 8 : (F) Feeling
    Judging (J): 4 65 : (P) Perceiving
    You scored as an INTP.
    Assuming that you are an INTP,
    Your DOMINANT function is Introverted Thinking.
    Your AUXILIARY function is Extraverted Intuition.
    Your TERTIARY function is Introverted Sensing.
    Your INFERIOR function is Extraverted Feeling.


    Extraverted Thinking / Introverted Feeling : 18
    Extraverted Feeling / Introverted Thinking : 46

    Extraverted Intuition / Introverted Sensing : 17
    Extraverted Sensing / Introverted Intuition : 30

    Rationality (Dominant Judging Function) : 33
    A-rationality (Dominant Perceiving Function) : 14


    According to the supplementary scores, John could be an ENFJ or an ISTP. These are opposite types, because the supplementary questions measure for preferences that opposite types share in common. See the FAQ for an explanation.

    These results conflict with the evaluation of John as an INTP.
     
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    I like this test better than any of the others I've taken.

    The internet told me I'm special.
     
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    Sydney's scores on the main set of questions:

    Extraversion (E): 8 / 49 (I) Introversion
    Sensing (S): 8 / 40 (N) iNtuition
    Thinking (T): 24 / 48 (F) Feeling
    Judging (J): 4 /48 (P) Perceiving

    You scored as an INFP.

    Assuming that you are an INFP,
    Your DOMINANT function is Introverted Feeling.
    Your AUXILIARY function is Extraverted Intuition.
    Your TERTIARY function is Introverted Sensing.
    Your INFERIOR function is Extraverted Thinking.
     
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