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    aHA!!

    That is indeed a unique test. All or most of the questions are completely new, fresh, and for the most part, well phrased.
     
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    Yep ... ESTP. I always get the same result. I want varied results like some of you have had. Its depressing to think that I am the ultimate ESTP, especially when we are presented like this:

    Competitive, driven. You are the ESTP! You might cut holes in your shirt where your nipples are and put a pant leg over your head. You might say the most random thing in the world. You might be the absolute best video gamer you have ever met. You might sell cheap products for thousands of times what they are worth. Whatever you do, people hate you because you like to kick their ass. Skydiving? Only if you can do something crazier than the person next to you. Its all about games to you. Competition runs in your blood, and if you are bested, then it is time for a rematch. When it comes to your more emotional counterparts, you can't understand them because you really don't have much of an inner sense. You aren't really aware of your needs, you just meet them. People who have deep acknowledged needs tend to get more easily upset than you and you can't relate. This may make you seem cold and unfeeling. Maybe you are. Maybe you need to get in touch with your feelings at least once in a while.

    :cry: I want to be sensitive and understanding sometimes ... I just don't know how. I guess that's why I need INFJs in my life.
     
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    You know, I'm kinda tired of being an INFJ. Would anyone mind if I just changed my personality type? Maybe I could be an ENTJ for awhile.
     
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    I'm so predictable.
     
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    I often score wrong on tests because I'm all full of them feeling and sensing thingys so I was pretty chuffed that the odd and eclectic questions were able find the real me underneath all of that :mrgreen:

    It's interesting that it says 50 Feelingness but classes me as a T, I'm pretty impressed with that.

    @CokeNut, my guess is the test was written by a sensor-hater :p
     
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    Meanies! :evil:

    *storms off kicking the floor and mumbling as she goes*
     
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    Now and then I score as INFP and I did on this one.

    Satya, go for it! Let us know how that works out hehe
     
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    You scored 56Introversion, 74 iNtuitiveness, 71 Feelingnessand 75 Judgingness!

    Wow, this is the first ever test (aside from the cognitive processes one) to give me INFJ! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     
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    I'm not sure what to say about this one . . :lol: . . . taking it again just to see . . . something about me and online tests . . . this is usually Inkling's problem . . . and old "type"
     
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    INTP!! AGAIN!!! This test is broken . . . for me. ;) I don't know, but I have a sneakin' suspicion that's not a very good description of me. And not all my answers were the same, either!
     
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    Kwistalline you broke it! :x

    Now it's just a strange personality test :(
     
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    Yeah!! I mean (ahem), yeah that you don't agree that I'm INTP . . .
     
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    Elizabeth predicatable isn't always bad ... I am too, just your polar opposite kind of predictable :D

    Kwistaline, time to rethink INFJ? just kidding ...
     
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    You scored 83Introversion, 76 iNtuitiveness, 64 Feelingness and 63 Judgingness!
     
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    You scored 56Introversion, 74 iNtuitiveness, 57 Feelingnessand 88 Judgingness

    Oh yeah. There it is.
     
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    Kay so now I'm starting to think Kwissy's broken not the test :?
     
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    We determined in an earlier thread that her profession as a nurse confounds the test results. I'm not entirely sure what her true personality type is, but she seems comfortable with iNFJ, so I go along with that. I actually have an easier time seeing her as an INTP than as an INFJ simply based on our theological discussions where she demonstrates a sometimes infuriating detachment from the discussion and acute reasoning ability that I've only encountered with dominant Ti.
     
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    Interesting test. I liked this one. It wasn less obvious: in some tests, I could already see which question concerns which dichotomy. lol. You see, that's boring :roll:

    My feeling was higher than I thought.
     
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