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    Anyway this is what I got... I agree with what others have said, the questions were a bit poor (especially those 'introduce random perspectives/contexts' for Ne).
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    On the first page someone mentioned lack of P/J questions, which is true. Neither very much I/E.

    This however should not be necessary. The thing is order and polarity of the functions.

    Test showing INFP as in that case, might actually be accurate. An IN-P may very well be pedantic, a control freak.

    The important thing is if dominant function is Ni or Fi, and if the polarity of the judging functions is Fe/Ti or Fi/Te. The latter gives last letter P.

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    I find the typical MBTI way of counting the score somewhat fragmented and flat. It doesn't consider direction of the functions. Also it treats I/E and J/P as actual functions equal to T/F and S/N.

    I usually get INTP or INFP, sometimes ENFP or ENTP, occasionally INFJ.

    This one correctly typed me ENTP.

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    Dominant N function directed towards the external, which is what makes me E, no matter how introverted I happen to be. It's a percieving one which gives P in the end. Fe/Ti polarity excludes --FP. Emotional or not, this makes me a thinker.

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    Now there were actually some oddities in my result... Se/Ni very strong, which should only be shadow, while the Si is almost non-existant -- which in reality it actually is... Then high points on Fe/Ti which does fit into traditional theory theory.

    Not sure what this means.

    Either the directions are not as fixed as Jung himself wanted them to be, or perhaps for example Si may be prior to Se even if the latter is actually stronger?

    No idea really.

    Or actually rather like quite a few different ones...

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    Then it's also possible that the results are very much colored by our self-images.

    We may have an idea about for example iNtuition, associate ourselves with that trait and therefore mark everything in that way -- 'Yeah, that's me!' -- whether it's about Ne or Ni.

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    I also wonder if this perhaps may be something specific for these ADHD types like INFJ and ENTP.

    I actually identify as INTP. In real life, though, relying on Ti would be impossible. When I start overweighing something, it's already happened.

    I sometimes wonder if I may have developed an extreme over-focus on the external world. Primarily Ne supported by Fe but perhaps also Se. Then if Ti is rather stunted, I may have developed Ni to support it, being more accustomed to and comfortable with iNtuitive functioning.
     
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    I disagree; all INFJ's should not be labeled ADHD.
     
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    I can't recall ever saying that.
     
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    Here are my results from that test: [​IMG]

    Very much similar to: [​IMG]
     
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