Noob here. Taken a lot of tests, could be any intuitive type, please help

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    Noob here. Taken a lot of tests, could be any intuitive type, please help

    Hi. I'm new here and have no clue what my type is. I've tested as an INFP, INFJ, INTP, INTJ, and ENTP before. I'm 99% sure I'm an intuitive, my friends all say I'm extroverted but I hate partying and all that and just like doing things with a few friends so I don't really know. Really need help finding what type I really am.



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    I'd suggest taking some time to look at and understand the cognitive functions. You can then hone in on how they stack within you, which helps with what you mentioned about your friends.
    Taking this might be a good start : http://www.keys2cognition.com/explore.htm

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    You're going to need to take one of the questionnaires stickied here before anyone will help you, boy. We're not mind readers.

    Oh, also, you don't have to love parties to be extroverted. I also am not a fan of parties but am still quite extroverted.
    Last edited by Amiami; 01-16-2017 at 08:31 PM.

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    i'll take a look at that and return with the results.

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    Ok so here are my results

    Se 24
    Si 22.5
    Ne 44.4
    Ni 26
    Te 28.2
    Ti 40.5
    Fe 30.3
    Fi 23.9

    Says I'm ENTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by galaxysword View Post
    Ok so here are my results

    Se 24
    Si 22.5
    Ne 44.4
    Ni 26
    Te 28.2
    Ti 40.5
    Fe 30.3
    Fi 23.9

    Says I'm ENTP
    Ok. Did you take a look at the leading and supporting process for this result, by any chance? If so, do you agree with it?
    I'm curious as to whether or not you are confident in this as your type (since you mentioned being on the fence with extraverted over introverted.) The strong Ne, Fe and Ti indicate you to be an xNTP, but your past results were consistent with you being more introverted?
    And you have a stronger Fe vs Si. Maybe youre an INTP instead?
    ENTP and INTP are fascinating in how they are the same functions in a different order .(see : http://the-fault-in-entps.tumblr.com...2/intp-vs-entp )

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    Quote Originally Posted by passim View Post
    Ok. Did you take a look at the leading and supporting process for this result, by any chance? If so, do you agree with it?
    I'm curious as to whether or not you are confident in this as your type (since you mentioned being on the fence with extraverted over introverted.) The strong Ne, Fe and Ti indicate you to be an xNTP, but your past results were consistent with you being more introverted?
    And you have a stronger Fe vs Si. Maybe youre an INTP instead?
    ENTP and INTP are fascinating in how they are the same functions in a different order .




    I read the article and it was a really cool read, very informative, but I'm still unsure as to which one I may be. I kinda do stuff from both. I also suffer from Anxiety disorder if that affects type at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by galaxysword View Post
    I read the article and it was a really cool read, very informative, but I'm still unsure as to which one I may be. I kinda do stuff from both. I also suffer from Anxiety disorder if that affects type at all.
    I dont think theres much correlation between disorders and types. I once read an interesting article discussing the higher chances of INTPs to have ADD/ADHD, and theres a pretty interesting article about mbti and mental illness ( http://psychologyjunkie.com/2015/11/...the-rationals/ ), but theres not much to say if correlation proves causation.
    I uh, have OCD, if that helps put some perspective.
    Also, regarding the first article, its more about what you rely on first, your Ne or your Ti. XNTPs will do a bit of both, since they all have Ne and Ti within their primary functions.
    Check out this description from that test i sent from earlier:
    "Jung observed that everyone has potential access to all eight cognitive processes but that we each prefer one as dominant ? playing a lead role ? with a second process playing a support role. Your two preferred cognitive processes allow you to do information gathering and decision making, introverting and extraverting. Maybe you prefer introverted Intuiting in a lead role with extraverted Feeling in a support role, or maybe you prefer extraverted Sensing in a lead role with introverted Thinking in a support role. Or maybe you prefer some other pairing. "

    For INTP its Ti then Ne. For ENTP its Ne then Ti.


     

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