I took MBTI testing at school in 2008, and the result was ISTJ. Shortly, at the end of semester, my professor told me that I am more INTJ than ISTJ. On the other hand, I took MBTI testing from different sources, and I have been INTJ. My T is always higher.I would suggest starting by reading some articles about INTJ's. It looks like your pretty close to ISTJ too. You may not fit nicely into one of the boxes. Give that one a read as well.
If it sounds completely like you, and none of the others do, you have your answer. You might want to take the test again a few times spread out over a week or so. You may test differently.
Who are you calling weird? :happy:I'm not a total weird person. However, I did answer my testing truthfully.
I'm calling myself weird because I'm different than to people I mingle with. I can talk almost everything if I want too when my education isn't that high level at all. Obviously, everyone here can tell my education level. However, all of us are special in different way. We can't be uniform. Amen~Who are you calling weird? :happy:
I like to consider it unique and special. The good kind of special, not that kind of "special". LOL
You are you. INTJ is just a personality trend, a general "type" not a mathematical axiom. I wouldn't worry too much about it. [Unless you had a result of ENTP, or ENTJ...in that case seek counselling and anti-psychotics immediately].
Dude, you sounded like an INTP there for a second, thought I was loosing my mind. :laughing:In reality, there is no such thing as an INTJ. INTJ is just a label we decided to put on people with similar traits.
No one is a real INTJ because INTJs don't really exist.
People similar to us love this because we tend to be organized in thought and have an innate need to identify and classify everything we see.
Sorry; but I think this sketch is nonsense. Most proof for MBTI is usually very far fetched. Jung came up with some cognitive functions that he admitted was a simplistic representation of thought processes MBTI is the process of turning that into 'tick boxes to choose your own starsign' with 90%+ of participants being totally blind as to the cognitive meaning and therefore only useful for 'People who do this tick these boxes' kind of analyses. I would love to ask where this came from and how it is realisitic and provable?
this is what I'm trying to figure out right nowSorry; but I think this picture is nonsense.
The function map seems nice, but I don't think it relates to a map of the brain.I actually found that picture to be quite full of sense. :] It is just showing how types chriscross due to functions. It also shows the functions that types follow. It is actually a very good picture.
If you're not me then you're a real INTJ.