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Hello! Fairly new to the forums, where I've been dabbling between MBTI, Sociology and Enneagrams.
Enneagrams have caught a particular curiosity of mine, but I'm afraid I've been having trouble reading how they are presented.
The first test I ever took concluded with the result of 4w5. I only knew this because it told me directly.
Now, I have a knack for taking multiple tests of the same type to challenge my initial results'Just how differently will each of these represent me?'
The past two out of three test results have brought me to raise a brow, particularly because of how the calculations have all added up.
I'll make this easy and paste the images so it can be interpreted as I saw it.
These are the two different test results placed next to each other.
My initial thought was "I'm a 4w9?!", as both show this to be a 'possible' outcome, but I've also read somewhere that if the second result is not an adjacent number, then this is not how it is to be read. So how does this work, then? Am I balanced between 4 and 9 by percent? What are my wings if not, or even if so?
Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find much else on that, so I was curious as to whether or not any kind members of the Enneagram community might be able to help me better understand what type this might be implying I am. I've only been studying this for maybe a few days at most, so I still have a bit to learn, and any info would help incredibly.
Thank you in advance.
Enneagrams have caught a particular curiosity of mine, but I'm afraid I've been having trouble reading how they are presented.
The first test I ever took concluded with the result of 4w5. I only knew this because it told me directly.
Now, I have a knack for taking multiple tests of the same type to challenge my initial results'Just how differently will each of these represent me?'
The past two out of three test results have brought me to raise a brow, particularly because of how the calculations have all added up.
I'll make this easy and paste the images so it can be interpreted as I saw it.
These are the two different test results placed next to each other.
My initial thought was "I'm a 4w9?!", as both show this to be a 'possible' outcome, but I've also read somewhere that if the second result is not an adjacent number, then this is not how it is to be read. So how does this work, then? Am I balanced between 4 and 9 by percent? What are my wings if not, or even if so?
Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find much else on that, so I was curious as to whether or not any kind members of the Enneagram community might be able to help me better understand what type this might be implying I am. I've only been studying this for maybe a few days at most, so I still have a bit to learn, and any info would help incredibly.
Thank you in advance.
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