Free Personality Test: In depth analysis
For example, the MMDI thinks that your personality type might be INTP or INTJ so, later in this report, we will compare the two. Also, because personality type is more complex than might seem from a four letter code, we will present the results of your questionnaire in three different ways, as:
Preferences - using scores on the four preference scales defined by Isabel Briggs Myers
Whole type - the overall pattern of your responses to the questionnaire
Type Dynamics - using scores on four different (but related) scales as defined by C.G. Jung
The second way of looking at your personality type is to match the overall pattern of your answers with the typical patterns for each of the sixteen personality types. This sometimes leads to a different result than simply looking at your individual type preferences. Your pattern match scores are:
The third way to look at your personality type is in terms of type dynamics, as described by C.G. Jung.
Your type dynamics results are reflected in your MMDI code (neui), and can be presented as scores on each of Jung's scales (below left) or as individual scores for each of the function-attitudes (below right):
Your Personal Mental Muscle Diagram:
There are two ways in which your type dynamics can be illustrated visually. The first is shown, right, and is your personal mental muscle diagram.
Each bubble represents a mental function, and the one at the top is the one that is in charge (it is called the 'dominant' function).
The vertical dotted line shows how much you use each function in an extraverted or introverted way, either to influence the world around you or shape your own thoughts and ideas.
Your mental muscle diagram shows:
your dominant function is Thinking and very introverted
your auxiliary (second most important) is iNtuition and very introverted
your tertiary (third) is Sensation and very introverted
your inferior (fourth) is Feeling and very introverted
The second way of presenting your type dynamics graphically is in the radar report (below). It shows the distribution of your preferences in the shape of a compass (an analogy that C.G. Jung liked to use). In the radar diagram:
Your areas of preference are identified by the darker patterns
Sensation (dealing with facts) is on the top half of the radar, iNtuition (dealing with possibilities) is on the bottom half
Thinking (deciding logically) is on the left side of the radar, Feeling (deciding using values) is on the right
Extraversion (influencing people/things) is on the outer ring, Introversion (influencing your own ideas/information) is on the inner ring