Simple 4 question MBTI-style quiz

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This is a discussion on Simple 4 question MBTI-style quiz within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; 'sup? I created this: https://www.quiz-maker.com/QTBGMSJ First 4 letters = your type. Last 4 letters = obviously not your type. I ...

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    INFP


    Simple 4 question MBTI-style quiz

    'sup?

    I created this:
    https://www.quiz-maker.com/QTBGMSJ


    First 4 letters = your type.
    Last 4 letters = obviously not your type.

    I plan on actually doing some 'proper' ones in the future, now that I've made an account etc, but, this one's basically a sample test.

    Keen to see hear some thoughts.



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    I got ESTP, which I clearly am not.

  3. #3
    INFP


    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean Helm View Post
    I got ESTP, which I clearly am not.
    To get ESTP, you have to pick the E, S, T and P options.

    Of course, it's not perfect, I just banged the whole thing out in about 10 minutes basically as a test, to see if I even liked the platform.

    But, I do believe the E/I and S/N questions are solid - they're based off of information on the official MBTI website, the E/I one in particular is targeting the manner in which we gain energy, and where we prefer to spend it.

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    @Turi for the first question there are very few people who would find the second option stimulating, even if introverts end up doing it a lot.

    For the second question, I am not sure how getting a rough idea of a problem and winging it is supposed to be an N thing.

    On Form M, I only answered 1 question out of 47 I/E and N/S questions as not I or N, putting me on the extreme side of both axes. Yet somehow you picked single questions that gave me the opposite of my strongest preferences.
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    Not bad if looking for a minute quiz. Only issue is the first question. I thought it was an S or N, not E or I question. Oh and I got ESTP.

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    INFP


    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean Helm View Post
    @Turi for the first question there are very few people who would find the second option stimulating, even if introverts end up doing it a lot.

    For the second question, I am not sure how getting a rough idea of a problem and winging it is supposed to be an N thing.

    On Form M, I only answered 1 question out of 47 I/E and N/S questions as not I or N, putting me on the extreme side of both axes. Yet somehow you picked single questions that gave me the opposite of my strongest preferences.
    First question is about energy i.e the heart of E/I.
    Second question is about how you get the big picture, and N types are renown for thinking they just "get it", S types prefer to actually flesh it out because they don't think they just "get it" without knowing everything they need to.

    Re: Form M results, eh, unlucky?

    I feel like they're both solid questions and separate E/I and S/N beautifully and succinctly.

    Real E/I and S/N.
    Not the BS versions.

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    INFP


    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude View Post
    Not bad if looking for a minute quiz. Only issue is the first question. I thought it was an S or N, not E or I question. Oh and I got ESTP.
    The quiz doesn't care what you thought the questions were for, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turi View Post
    First question is about energy i.e the heart of E/I.
    You used the word "stimulation" rather than "energy", but there's really only so much time that most introverts can even examine stuff listed in the second question.
    Second question is about how you get the big picture, and N types are renown for thinking they just "get it", S types prefer to actually flesh it out because they don't think they just "get it" without knowing everything they need to.
    Then why is Enneagram 5 shown to correlate with N rather than S?
    Re: Form M results, eh, unlucky?
    Well damn, guess I am, never realized my true type was ESTP, Form M is truly garbage with how it gave me such strong I and N results.
    I feel like they're both solid questions and separate E/I and S/N beautifully and succinctly.

    Real E/I and S/N.
    Not the BS versions.
    The BS versions, as in Form M? Is this some kind of troll?
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    INFP


    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean Helm View Post
    You used the word "stimulation" rather than "energy", but there's really only so much time that most introverts can even examine stuff listed in the second question.
    Is there, though? That's the whole deal with introversion.
    They gain energy by doing that.

    Then why is Enneagram 5 shown to correlate with N rather than S?
    Since when? You got a link?
    I notice ISTPs and ISTJs type as 5s all day, in fact, type 5 is the most common ISTP Enneagram, IIRC.

    Well damn, guess I am, never realized my true type was ESTP, Form M is truly garbage with how it gave me such strong I and N results.
    Nah, nothing to do with Form M - it's more aimed at tearing apart the notion that Extraversion = 'loud' 'gregarious' 'social butterfly' and should rather be seen as one gaining energy from external stimuli.

    Regarding N/S - ehh.. I still feel like it's solid.
    S types build up to big picture understanding by actively seeking out information.
    N types think they just know it already and have a grasp on the big picture right off the bat, so they roll from there.

    It's all based off of information from the official MBTIonline website.
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    INTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean Helm View Post
    Then why is Enneagram 5 shown to correlate with N rather than S?
    My experience is that "just getting it" and proceeding from there is a typically NF trait. NT-types still have that intuitive sense, but we usually see it as part of the process of asking questions and investigating the problem. This probably relates to how F-types try to see ideas in positive lights whereas T-types prefer to adopt a more critical stance.


     
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