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    This quiz that I had made transform a IPIP Neo with facets test result into a MBTI type.
    Big 5 and MBTI overlaps a lot with each other - at the end of the day, they are trying to access the same thing (human personality) with different lens, so although it is somewhat complicated it is possible to translate from one to another. My methods arent a 100% perfect and I do have limitations, specially on data (I partially used concepts and connections to try to overcome), so it is important you to consider the 2nd result.

    This the kind of test that aids you to verify if you are properly self-reporting yourself, but although I dont mention much the "mechanisms" behind it, it aids to make a point that it is the same thing through a different lens.

    SO, here it is the link:
    https://www.quotev.com/quiz/12999568/BIG-FIVE-to-MBTI-converter-quiz

    In case you dont have a IPIP Neo or Big 5 with facets results, I recommend this source (if you do, just use it, it will save you time):
    https://www.personalityassessor.com/ipip120/
     
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    This personality test examined how you score on the Big Five Personality Dimensions. In addition, each of the Big Five Personality Dimensions can be broken into several smaller facets, or sub-components. Your scores, based on your responses, are listed below.

    Big Five Personality Dimensions
    Extraversion - 97th percentile - extremely high
    Agreeableness - 16th percentile - very low
    Conscientiousness - 71st percentile - high
    Neuroticism - 33rd percentile - low
    Openness - 85th percentile - very high


    Extraversion

    Extraversion - 97th percentile - extremely high
    You are extremely high in extraversion. Extraverts are sociable, like to take risks,and feel lots of positive emotions. The six facets of extraversion are:
    Activity - 94th percentile - extremely high
    You prefer extremely high levels of activity, such as being on the go and staying busy.

    Assertiveness - 97th percentile - extremely high
    There're extremely high chances that you'll take charge and lead others.

    Cheerfulness - 74th percentile - high
    You experience high levels of happiness, joy, and other positive emotions.

    Excitement Seeking - 55th percentile - about average
    You like to seek about average levels of thrills.
    Friendliness - 94th percentile - extremely high
    You're extremely high in your desire to be around other people and show an interest in their lives.

    Gregariousness - 97th percentile - extremely high
    You're extremely high in flocking toward other people and being talkative and sociable around them.

    Agreeableness
    Agreeableness - 16th percentile - very low
    You are very low in agreeableness. Highly agreeable people tend to do whatever it takes to have positive relationships with other people. The six facets of agreeableness are:

    Altruism - 89th percentile - very high
    You are very high in generally wanting to be good to other people, including helping them when they need it.

    Cooperation - 47th percentile - about average
    There are about average chances that you'll try to get along with other people.

    Modesty - 3rd percentile - extremely low
    You have extremely low levels of modesty. Modest people don't like to brag or show off, because those types of behaviors can be harmful to relationships.

    Morality - 0th percentile - extremely low
    Sticking to the rules and treating everyone fairly is of extremely low value to you.

    Sympathy - 97th percentile - extremely high
    You have extremely high levels of sympathy for other people, which includes caring about them and wanting what's best for them.

    Trust - 3rd percentile - extremely low
    You're extremely low in believing that other people are generally good and not out to harm you.

    Conscientiousness
    Conscientiousness - 71st percentile - high
    You are high in conscientiousness. Highly conscientious people are diligent, hard-working, and responsible. The six facets of conscientiousness are:

    Achievement Striving - 95th percentile - extremely high
    You have extremely high desires to work hard and get ahead.

    Cautiousness - 9th percentile - extremely low
    The odds are extremely high that you'll just jump into things without really thinking them through. You spend extremely low amounts of time planning what to do.

    Dutifulness - 95th percentile - extremely high
    You're extremely high in sticking to your word, keeping your promises, and upholding your obligations.

    Orderliness - 20th percentile - very low
    You prefer very low levels of cleanliness and order in your environment.

    Self-Discipline - 79th percentile - very high
    You have very high self-discipline—which is the ability to get to work quickly, stay focused, and avoid distractions or procrastination.

    Self-Efficacy - 91st percentile - extremely high
    When you need to do something, you have extremely high ability to get it done and do it well (or maybe more accurately, you believe that your ability is extremely high).

    Neuroticism
    Neuroticism - 33rd percentile - low
    You are low in neuroticism, which means that you experience low levels of negative emotions, like anger, fear, and stress. The six facets of neuroticism are:

    Anger - 31st percentile - low
    Your levels of anger and irritability are low.
    Anxiety - 42nd percentile - about average
    Compared with other people, you have about average stress, fears, and worries about the future.

    Depression - 49th percentile - about average
    This is NOT "clinical depression." This score simply tells you that, compared with other people, you feel about average amounts of sadness and like yourself to a about average degree.

    Immoderation - 54th percentile - about average
    You have about average self-control when it comes to resisting temptations; there are about average chances that you'll give into your desires and binge (on shopping, eating, drinking, or whatever your vices are).

    Note that self-discipline (a facet of conscientiousness) deals with your ability to focus your attention on accomplishing goals, whereas immoderation refers to your ability to resist temptations.
    Self-Consciousness - 1st percentile - extremely low
    You like to draw extremely high levels of attention to yourself, and feel extremely low amounts of unease when interacting with others socially (especially strangers).

    Vulnerability - 84th percentile - very high
    The chances that you'll be overwhelmed by difficult circumstances are very high. Notice that this is different from anxiety (which refers to general stress- and fear-proneness) and self-efficacy (a facet of conscientiousness that reflects your confidence in your ability to accomplish tasks). Vulnerability specifically refers to your propensity to feel overwhelmed by difficult situations.

    Openness to Experience
    Openness to Experience - 85th percentile - very high
    You are very high in openness to experience. Openness is a broad, diffuse personality dimension with many seemingly very different facets. In general, highly open people like a variety of new experiences, whether physical, emotional, intellectual, or cultural.

    The six facets of openness are:

    Adventurousness - 81st percentile - very high
    Your prefer very high amounts of variety and new experiences in your life (i.e., you have very high openness to new experiences).

    Artistic Interests - 95th percentile - extremely high
    You have extremely high love for art, music, and culture (i.e., you have extremely high openness to aesthetic experiences).

    Emotionality - 1st percentile - extremely low
    Your attunement to your own and others' emotions is extremely low. Whereas cheerfulness and excitement seeking (facets of extraversion) capture your propensity to feel positive emotions and neuroticism captures your propensity to feel negative emotions, emotionality refers to your overall openness to/desire to truly feel emotions.

    Imagination - 67th percentile - high
    You have high imagination (i.e., you have high openness to experiences of the imagination).

    Intellect - 95th percentile - extremely high
    Your desire to play with ideas, reflect on philosophical concepts, and have deep discussions is extremely high (i.e., you have extremely high openness to intellectual experiences).

    Liberalism - 89th percentile - very high
    Your political liberalism is very high (conversely, your political conservatism is very low). This is a facet of openness to experience because liberals tend to desire progressive change, whereas conservatives tend to prefer less political change.
     
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    Your type is INFJ (this isnt a 100% accurate, so you might consider the 2nd result as well).
    You can google INFJ descriptions for a regular description, because Im going to put the Big Five descriptions of INFJ here instead, by basically describing INFJ in the light of Big Five. Be aware that Big Five is not as positivist on the description as the regular MBTI descriptions are.

    RCOAI (INFJ, low Neuroticism)
    not relationship obsessed, withdrawn, risk averse, not wild and crazy, toned down, thinks before acting, fearless, peaceful, does not like to be the center of attention, quiet, relaxed, level emotions, averse to crowds, unadventurous, punctual, non-aggressive, interested in science, patient, not easily deterred, loner, good at saving money, private, values solitude, avoids unnecessary interaction, not spontaneous, avoids small talk, positive, not overly expressive of emotions, lower energy level, calm in crisis, always knows why they do things, theistic tendencies, non-antagonistic, predictable, analytical, optimistic, not prone to jealousy, not prone to addiction, not preoccupied with appearance, unswayed by emotions, deeply moved by the misfortunes of others, usually happy, influenced more by self than others, true to themself in all circumstances, modest, finishes most things they start, always prepared, competent, focused, more responsible than pleasure seeking, socially unskilled, realistic, planner, not physically affectionate with most people, self confident

    RLOAI (INFJ, high Neuroticism)
    withdrawn, loner, not wild and crazy, does not like the spotlight, worrying, crowd averse, afraid to draw attention to self, easily hurt, fearful, prone to low physical fitness, fears mistakes, prone to health problems, hard to get to know, risk averse, unable to speak up for self, becomes overwhelmed by events, not self confident, depressed, embarrassed by praise, prefers organized to unpredictable, apprehensive about new encounters, not good at telling jokes, easily intimidated, quiet around strangers, socially unskilled, easily offended, avoids being a bother to anyone, anxious, plays it safe, not spontaneous, some attraction to things associated with sadness, easily discouraged, apologetic, private, requires lots of time alone to recharge, self loathing, avoidant, second guesses self, low energy level, values solitude, not physically affectionate with most people, not competitive, lonely, hesitant, thinks before acting, not aggressive, very clean, feels unattractive, stressed, proper, values rules and regulations, plain, avoids small talk, resigned

    INFJ can be seem as a merge of these types:
    CULTURED TYPE (High C, High O)
    Cultured Types are imaginative and resourceful in their thinking but conforming and traditional in their behavior. They use their intellectual skills to contribute to the common good. They may have a dignified, refined, and somewhat reserved air about them. Their perceptive and analytical abilities allow them to see through complex issues rapidly and accurately, allowing them to find quickly the most effective means of achieving desired ends. They are successful perfectionists, well suited for work that requires close concentration, self-control, and attention to detail. Others describe them as rule- abiding, persevering, learned, well-read, empathic, trustworthy, industrious, leaderlike, traditional, silent, and reserved.
    BOOKWORMISH TYPE (Low E, High O)
    Bookwormish Types are highly intellectual, introspective, self- examining loners. Although they keep to themselves, their level of intelligence and learning garners them respect for others. They are described by other persons as learned, well-read, persevering, rule- abiding, calm, and industrious.
    INDUSTRIOUS TYPE (Low E, High C)
    Industrious Types are businesslike, self-disciplined, orderly workers who prefer to achieve on their own effort than as part of a team. They have great respect for rules and social conventions, and can be counted on to work productively without close supervision. They are described by others with terms such as learned, conscientious, persevering, tactful, cooperative, conservative, reserved, and predictable.
    Extraversion
    Extraversion - 27th percentile - low
    Agreeableness
    Agreeableness - 64th percentile - high
    Conscientiousness
    Conscientiousness - 68th percentile - high
    Neuroticism
    Neuroticism - 26th percentile - low
    Openness to Experience
    Openness to Experience - 69th percentile - high
     
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    I got ESTP.

    I'm kidding. I got INFJ

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    Then this.
     
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    Right attempting to do the spoiler thing it might not work!

    INFJ


    Your type is INFJ (this isnt a 100% accurate, so you might consider the 2nd result as well).
    You can google INFJ descriptions for a regular description, because Im going to put the Big Five descriptions of INFJ here instead, by basically describing INFJ in the light of Big Five. Be aware that Big Five is not as positivist on the description as the regular MBTI descriptions are.

    RCOAI (INFJ, low Neuroticism)
    not relationship obsessed, withdrawn, risk averse, not wild and crazy, toned down, thinks before acting, fearless, peaceful, does not like to be the center of attention, quiet, relaxed, level emotions, averse to crowds, unadventurous, punctual, non-aggressive, interested in science, patient, not easily deterred, loner, good at saving money, private, values solitude, avoids unnecessary interaction, not spontaneous, avoids small talk, positive, not overly expressive of emotions, lower energy level, calm in crisis, always knows why they do things, theistic tendencies, non-antagonistic, predictable, analytical, optimistic, not prone to jealousy, not prone to addiction, not preoccupied with appearance, unswayed by emotions, deeply moved by the misfortunes of others, usually happy, influenced more by self than others, true to themself in all circumstances, modest, finishes most things they start, always prepared, competent, focused, more responsible than pleasure seeking, socially unskilled, realistic, planner, not physically affectionate with most people, self confident

    RLOAI (INFJ, high Neuroticism)
    withdrawn, loner, not wild and crazy, does not like the spotlight, worrying, crowd averse, afraid to draw attention to self, easily hurt, fearful, prone to low physical fitness, fears mistakes, prone to health problems, hard to get to know, risk averse, unable to speak up for self, becomes overwhelmed by events, not self confident, depressed, embarrassed by praise, prefers organized to unpredictable, apprehensive about new encounters, not good at telling jokes, easily intimidated, quiet around strangers, socially unskilled, easily offended, avoids being a bother to anyone, anxious, plays it safe, not spontaneous, some attraction to things associated with sadness, easily discouraged, apologetic, private, requires lots of time alone to recharge, self loathing, avoidant, second guesses self, low energy level, values solitude, not physically affectionate with most people, not competitive, lonely, hesitant, thinks before acting, not aggressive, very clean, feels unattractive, stressed, proper, values rules and regulations, plain, avoids small talk, resigned

    INFJ can be seem as a merge of these types:
    CULTURED TYPE (High C, High O)
    Cultured Types are imaginative and resourceful in their thinking but conforming and traditional in their behavior. They use their intellectual skills to contribute to the common good. They may have a dignified, refined, and somewhat reserved air about them. Their perceptive and analytical abilities allow them to see through complex issues rapidly and accurately, allowing them to find quickly the most effective means of achieving desired ends. They are successful perfectionists, well suited for work that requires close concentration, self-control, and attention to detail. Others describe them as rule- abiding, persevering, learned, well-read, empathic, trustworthy, industrious, leaderlike, traditional, silent, and reserved.
    BOOKWORMISH TYPE (Low E, High O)
    Bookwormish Types are highly intellectual, introspective, self- examining loners. Although they keep to themselves, their level of intelligence and learning garners them respect for others. They are described by other persons as learned, well-read, persevering, rule- abiding, calm, and industrious.
    INDUSTRIOUS TYPE (Low E, High C)
    Industrious Types are businesslike, self-disciplined, orderly workers who prefer to achieve on their own effort than as part of a team. They have great respect for rules and social conventions, and can be counted on to work productively without close supervision. They are described by others with terms such as learned, conscientious, persevering, tactful, cooperative, conservative, reserved, and predictable.


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    Big Five Personality Dimensions
    Extraversion - 9th percentile - extremely low
    Agreeableness - 95th percentile - extremely high
    Conscientiousness - 44th percentile - about average
    Neuroticism - 42nd percentile - about average
    Openness - 92nd percentile - extremely high
     
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    Extraversion - 17th percentile - very low
    Agreeableness - 85th percentile - very high
    Conscientiousness - 66th percentile - high
    Neuroticism - 57th percentile - about average
    Openness - 95th percentile - extremely high

    Converter: INFJ

    There's a surprise :D
     
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    No way! The trouble with questionnaires is that they reflect the way your personality reflects your current state of mind, any powerful goals you are pursuing that impact on your persona, and the immediate culture surrounding you over the medium term.

    Do you ever get a few weeks away from your big drivers to just chill and relax into being yourself? It's hard to do this without friends to chill out with in these virus days, but don't let your ambitions start to override who you are.
     
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    I was actually thinking this about myself because the first time I did the personality assessor quiz I got an extremely high percentage for neuroticisms and I thought to myself I am not even close to being a neurotic person but then I realised that given my current circumstances it is probably correct :neutral: and I am the most calmest person in the house!
     
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    Guys, thanks for posting the big 5! If you can post the big 5 results with the facets, I can add to my own archive and make the quiz more accurate to INFJ (and some other few types too).

    The average-healthy (actually, semi-healthy, emotionality>10 AND neuroticism<80) INFJ, that I could gather from only 7 INFJ results out there (one or two from here? And some from PerC) (and I use that to do the map) is:


    INFJ (7)
    EXTRAVERSION
    32.9
    Activity
    30.9
    Assertiveness
    41.0
    Cheerfulness
    53.1
    Excitement Seeking
    30.4
    Friendliness
    38.1
    Gregariousness
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    AGREEABLENESS
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    Altruism
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    Cooperation
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    Modesty
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    Morality
    71.1
    Sympathy
    74.0
    Trust
    43.1
    CONSCIENTIOUSNESS
    75.9
    Achievement
    66.6
    Cautiousness
    74.4
    Dutifulness
    59.4
    Orderliness
    79.3
    Discipline
    63.9
    Efficacy
    61.1
    NEUROTIC
    58.0
    Anger
    61.6
    Anxiety
    66.6
    Depression
    44.3
    Immoderation
    23.9
    Consciousness
    72.1
    Vulnerability
    67.0
    OPENESS
    78.4
    Adventure
    64.6
    Artistic
    64.2
    Emotion
    69.6
    Imagination
    84.3
    Intellect
    71.1
    Liberalism
    54.9

    What result did came in second?
    If you are highly extraverted, you gain extra points for ESTP because as far as I could gather ESTP is the most extraverted type. But perhaps the extra points were too much (Openness and its facets are on the intuitive side) and I could revise. But you are the first person with this issue. Highly introverted people gains extra points for INTP and INTJ, but as far as I could noticed that didnt turned INFJs or INFPs to NT types.

    But in J/P indeed, the results you post looks more like a high Conscientiousness Perceiver (I had tested a few Perceiver with High Conscientiousness - yep, there is such people - so although complex the calculator could catch their perceiving) than of a Judger.

    Not only I think you are right, but I believe that the future of typology is to tackle this problem and being able to separate who is the real you, who is the project you and who is the you your environment demand you to be. But today the only person that can do the distinction is a person doing the correction on the self-report (actually, I have only a E/I self-report that had partially that - I might consider doing a questionarie, but as far as I could investigate it would be controversial, because I would really challenge people views of themselves way too much).
     
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    Vendrah, I ran the test three times over the last few days in order to check it's stability of determination: once as IPIP 120, and twice as IPIP 300. It's very interesting to see that my Agreeableness and Openness are very stable, there is some variation in my Extraversion and Conscientiousness, and a large variation in the Neuroticism figures. The table below is in chronological order. I have no doubt that some of the variation comes from an increasing underlying consciousness of how the answers impact on the assessment figures - something I've found with MBTI tests too. Most of it probably comes from my changing mood between running through the questions. All of these came up with INFJ in the converter with no second result suggested, unless I'm looking in the wrong place.

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    This is a link to my most recent test so you can access the detailed results for your analysis.
    https://www.personalityassessor.com/ipip300/results=884026-449/
     
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    I should add here that my personal assessment of INFJ as my best fit MBTI type comes from reading, personal introspection, feedback from others and from deliberately and explicitly using Ni and Fe to see what it feels like. I don't find the tests reliable, particularly as I am too familiar with the way they relate to the types so cannot avoid bias in answering them.
     
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    Thanks, I will archive it on the averages as well.

    Quotev does list how much points you did for each type at the end of the page.
     
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