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This is a discussion on Type Seven Variant Stackings within the Type 7 Forum - The Enthusiast forums, part of the Head Triad - Types 5,6,7 category; Originally Posted by MaWhip I think particularly if you are an EP 7 (I'm guessing many 7s are?) it can ...
As a 7w6 I can agree with the somewhat "nervous" energy, and I definitely feel awkward sometimes, but I definitely have gotten feedback that I act confident and can also be intimidating, so apparently how I think I'm being and how other people are perceiving me can be two very different things from time to time.
I do have a lot of nervous energy, especially around new people. This often leads people to believe that I am intimidating or that I am a bit "too much" for them.
Oh, and I'm so/sx
This makes so much sense! I always get given Sx in online tests but I presumed they were flawed because the description didn't match me much. I had just decided I was So/Sx until I read the 7 Sx/Sp description on here! Definitely a Type 7 Sx/Sp - that description was like looking into a mirror.
I tested as sp/sx, but the description for so/sx seemed to fit a little bit better. One question...are all 7s 'attached' to a wing?
So back to your question :D When you test the rankings are guessing at your 'primary' type. Wings are the types right next to your primary type. So, you can't be a 2w4. However, you can be 7w6 or a 7w8. What the rankings you are mentioning can help with though is in figuring out your tritype (a whole other mess of typing goodness!) or for figuring out if you are "really" a 7. 7 and 2 actually do mistype with some frequency and there is a list online of mis-typings and frequencies.
For the so/sx versus sp/sx, you can look up the kind of 'energy' those stackings have. I think an SO/sx would have a much more approachable/approaching and 'lighter' energy compared to an SP/sx who may seem more guarded/intense.
I like this, it really lays it out nicely. I've decided I'm most likely an SP/SX. :) That description describes me to a T. Of course, SX/SP kind of does too, but i think I most relate to SP/SX. Thank you.