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Anyone ever taken the Myers-Briggs?


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PERSONALITY TYPES  

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  1. 1. Which one were you?

    • ISTJ
      4
    • ISFJ
      1
    • INFJ
      2
    • INTJ
      8
    • ISTP
      1
    • ISFP
      1
    • INFP
      1
    • INTP
      2
    • ESTP
      1
    • ESFP
      0
    • ENFP
      1
    • ENTP
      3
    • ESTJ
      2
    • ESFJ
      1
    • ENTJ
      0
    • ENFJ
      2


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What was your IMBT personality type? IS there a most common personality type on a Sprint 4G forum?

I took it about 10 years ago. I am an ISTJ. The Wikipedia description of an ISTJ seems pretty accurate for me.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISTJ

 

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Lots of introverts hovering around,go figure. I am an INTJ as well.

The personality tests seem quite accurate in telling what you already know to be true of yourself,and can give you a basic overview of typical behavior of others.

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I took it about 10 years ago. I am an ISTJ. The Wikipedia description of an ISTJ seems pretty accurate for me.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISTJ

 

Robert via Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 4 Beta

This explains the sleeping in between typing update reports I've heard of.  ;)

 

I'm an INFJ, and it seems to fit quite well.

Hence the dog picture, you softie!

I took the test a few months ago for an assignment for a college course I was taking...   Seems pretty accurate....

What class did you have to take it for? I took it in (2) 8 hour testing sessions for a marketing class.  :cry:

ENTP.  

 

 

I bet you LOVE Tampa then,  :jester:

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I took it about 10 years ago. I am an ISTJ. The Wikipedia description of an ISTJ seems pretty accurate for me.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISTJ

 

 

Robert via Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 4 Beta

 

 

This explains the sleeping in between typing update reports I've heard of. ;)

 

 

I'm an INFJ, and it seems to fit quite well.

 

 

Hence the dog picture, you softie!

 

I took the test a few months ago for an assignment for a college course I was taking... Seems pretty accurate....

 

 

What class did you have to take it for? I took it in (2) 8 hour testing sessions for a marketing class. :cry:

 

ENTP.

 

 

 

 

 

I bet you LOVE Tampa then, :jester:

I took I in a psychology class @ CTU. It was part of a homework assignment..

 

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Mine says ESTJ but I A.D.D.'d after question 7 or 8....  felt like that damn 100 question psych exam test I did 10 years ago by a shrink for court.  They said I was messed up since they couldn't find anything wrong with the test.  I could have told you that for free!!  

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ESTP by a very slight margin in every category with extravert being the greatest at 11%. I am probably one of the most conflicted individuals on earth and I may be almost insane but I'm fine with that. Its who I am.

 

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Went through an extended testing period that got more than a few people involved, and finally came to the conclusion that I'm naturally a INFJ, with a secondary of ESTP, with a mask (combination) of ENFP. Yay for not fitting in to categories and stumping people!

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ESTP by a very slight margin in every category with extravert being the greatest at 11%. I am probably one of the most conflicted individuals on earth and I may be almost insane but I'm fine with that. Its who I am.Sent from my SCH-R950 using Tapatalk 2

We accept you for how you iz.

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Took the actual deal for work. INTJ. Maxed out that I.

 

Another intj!

He crazy thing about that is INTJ is one of the more rare breeds. I suppose an online forum would suit INTJ quite well in a number of areas.

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He crazy thing about that is INTJ is one of the more rare breeds. I suppose an online forum would suit INTJ quite well in a number of areas.

 

Aw lets not conform to our snail shell standards, i like to get out in the real world and be social-ish.  Yes it does make total sense that a 4G forum draws in the nerds countrywide. 

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Mine says ESTJ but I A.D.D.'d after question 7 or 8....  felt like that damn 100 question psych exam test I did 10 years ago by a shrink for court.  They said I was messed up since they couldn't find anything wrong with the test.  I could have told you that for free!!  

 

Ehh, even if you're a little bit crazy we will still take ya Travis  :rolleyes:

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