I test as an XNXJ; looking for help to fill in the blanks.

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    I test as an XNXJ; looking for help to fill in the blanks.

    Hello everyone!

    I'm not sure what information is needed to evaluate this, so please fire away with any relevant questions.

    Here's the rundown:
    I tested as an INTP the very first time I was introduced to the test (percentages extremely weak in all but the N; sorry, I don't remember the exact details). The next few times I took the test, I came out as an INTJ and felt that it fit better than any other personality profile at the time (although plenty of discrepancies).

    Years later, my preferences have fluctuated; I test anywhere between ENTJ/ENFJ/INFJ/INTJ depending on the test. A ripoff of the official Myer-Briggs assessment flagged me as an ENTJ, with these numbers:

    11 Extraversion/10 Introversion
    2 Sensing/24 Intuition
    15 Thinking/9 Feeling
    19 Judging/3 Perceiving.

    I'd be happy to point out which issues I have with each of the 4 profiles if need be, as well as the processes. I think that they should just make profiles for X types, because I honestly feel like everything.And I feel that it's unfair that every profile assumes a 100% preference in everything.

    Thanks ahead of time!



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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Psh, you just need to be an ENFP and you'll be fine.

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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    OK, why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself? All we know so far are your test scores, which aren't very helpful because they often do change.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Take the same test (one that you trust) every day for a week. Then average together your score numbers and the result will be your true type.


 

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