Well according to the cognitive function levels given in your signature, Kaycee, your Fi scores higher than your Ne, which associates you with the INFP. Where did you get that test done that gives the cognitive function levels??I've been going back and for on this lately too, but I'm not convinced yet.
I always thought you were an INFP. You are adorable whatever your personality type.More and more lately, I've been testing as INFP instead of ENFP. After much thought, I've concluded that this is probably more my type...I have always felt a bit closer to the I side rather than the E side, and I identify with INFPs more than ENFPs anymore.
Good idea! Thank you for the advice.Borntorave,
You don't need to take another test. I think there is some test out there that measures the levels of your cognitive functions so that you can see which preference order matches which type, but ultimately the best way to understand your MBTI type is through personally understanding the cognitive functions, and recognizing the preference order that your brain uses.
An excellent resource that compares the cognitive preferences side by side to make them make more sense is this link: comparison of Jung's 8 types
Look up the wiki on ENFP and INFP and look at the order of the cognitive function preferences, and use the previous resource to understand what order you use. INFP's dominant is Fi, and ENFP's is Ne, as I mentioned in the last post. Read up on those, and see which matches your dominant function most, then see if the cognitive functions that follow match the order of the cognitive preferences that you use.
It definitely can be flustering, so don't worry too much about feeling like you must pinpoint your type absolutely. The 16 MBTI type system was developed off of Jung's 8 cognitive functions so we coulderstand the way we think about what our top priorities are. As you research you'll probably discover that one of the functions (either Fi or Ne) is dominant. It would seem rather rare for those two to be absolutely equal, because naturally as humans we make our priorities and processes hierarchal.Good idea! Thank you for the advice.
Honestly, I'd be willing to accept that I'm just xNFP. I seem to switch back so often. Trying to pinpoint something exactly is flustering.