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Hello all,

I've recently retaken the Jungian personality test offered here: Personality test based on C. Jung and I. Briggs Myers type theory
because my Psych professor had us all doing it outside of class since we were covering Jung's theory in class at the time. So anyway, I took it 3 times (as recommended by her) and scored this way each time:

1) I (1%), N (50%), T (3%), P (53%)
2) I (16%), N (50%), F (3%), P (41%)
3) I (16%), N (53%), F (6%), P (31%)

So, what's the deal with the super low T/F values?
 

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I used to test INTP in community college. I would research INTP and INFP descriptions (Michael Pierce on Youtube!) to see which one fit you better. Or look at Fi vs Ti.
 

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Take some other tests from other websites and see the average. The one you used sucks. Just read some questions, they make no sense xD
 

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It seems like a lot of feelers actually score pretty equally on thinking and feeling on these types of tests. Perhaps that is because we are societally trained to value logic so much. Almost like we carry this notion of having to prove we can be rational, too.

Not that this necessarily makes you feeler, but just a thought.
 
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