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This is a discussion on 6w5 within the What's my Enneagram type? forums, part of the Enneagram Personality Theory Forum category; Hi. I read ENNEAGRAM TYPE 6 Loyalist and it fits. Does 6 translate to MBTI somehow?? Classical test: You are ...

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    Hi. I read ENNEAGRAM TYPE 6 Loyalist and it fits.

    Does 6 translate to MBTI somehow??

    Classical test:
    You are most likely a type 6. Taking wings into account, you seem to be a 6w5.
    Type 6 - 12
    Type 5 - 10.7
    Type 9 - 9.3
    Type 2 - 9
    Type 3 - 8.7
    Type 7 - 4.7

    Wing 6w5 - 17.4
    Wing 5w6 - 16.7
    Wing 6w7 - 14.4
    Wing 2w3 - 13.4
    Wing 3w2 - 13.2
    Wing 5w4 - 12.9
    Wing 9w1 - 11.8
    Wing 2w1 - 11.5
    Wing 3w4 - 10.9
    Wing 7w6 - 10.7
    Wing 9w8 - 9.5
    Wing 7w8 - 4.9

    --- ------- ---------- ------------ --------
    You are most likely a type 2 (the Helper)
    with balanced wings

    Social variant

    Type 2 SO
    Type 6 SO
    Type 9 SO
    Type 4 SP
    Type 1 SP
    Type 3 SO
    Type 7 SO
    Type 8 SO
    Type 5 SO
    Last edited by trice; 12-18-2010 at 08:48 AM.

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    Does 6 translate to MBTI somehow??
    Not always but very loose rules can apply. For example, I've never seen a T type 4. Intelligent and intellectual, yes, but that's not what makes a Thinker. Trying to apply those rules to typing yourself is a disaster waiting to happen though.

    6's is a very mixed bag of MBTI types anyway. I think most descriptions are geared toward SJ types but that's not always the case and if your iNtuition is strong, you may be able to relate to such descriptions in conceptual terms anyway.
    trice thanked this post.

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    hmm.. thanks for responding.. I wonder if it's more of a T than F ... ..

    I wonder if I am ESFJ...

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    I'm not as skilled at typing with MBTI but there's an MBTI type me forum here: What's my personality type? - PersonalityCafe I'm sure somebody can help you with it if you wish.


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