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    I took a test but I don't know how to translate my results, can someone help? thanks!

    type 9 - 10.7
    type 4 - 9
    type 7 - 8.3
    type 3 - 6
    type 2- 5.7
    type 8 - 4.7
    type 1 - 2.7

    Wing 9w8 - 13.1
    Wing 9w1 - 12.1
    Wing 4w3 - 12
    Wing 7w8 - 10.7
    Wing 3w4 - 10.5
    Wing 7w6 - 10.3
    Wing 4w5 - 10.2
    Wing 8w9 - 10.1
    Wing 8w7 - 8.9
    Wing 3w2 - 8.9
    Wing 2w3 - 8.7
    Wing 1w9 - 8.1
    Wing 2w1 - 7.1
    Wing 1w2 - 5.6

  2. #22

    Quote Originally Posted by Menolikepolos View Post
    I took a test but I don't know how to translate my results, can someone help? thanks!
    If taken literally, it looks like a tritype of 9w8-4w3-7w8.

    You can also try this test, which I find to be very good: Personality Types: Free tests - Enneagram and Myers Briggs

  3. #23

    Hmm... interesting idea *tries it out*

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    1: type 1, 4
    2: type 1, 7
    3: type 1, 4 and 7 in no particular order.

    Maybe I am indeed an ENFP type 1.

    @op: is this normal? So far I haven't seen anyone who is an ENFP type 1 here and I can't say that I am depressed or physically not in order or anything. I feel satisfied.

    Thank you for your thread.
    Last edited by All in Twilight; 12-22-2012 at 07:15 PM.
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  6. #25

    Quote Originally Posted by All in Twilight View Post
    1: type 1, 4
    2: type 1, 7
    3: type 1, 4 and 7 in no particular order.

    Maybe I am indeed an ENFP type 1.

    @op: is this normal? So far I haven't seen anyone who is a type 1 here and I can't say that I am depressed or physically not in order or anything. I feel satisfied.

    Thank you for your thread.
    An ENFP 1 would be very uncommon.

    It's most likely that you are an ENFP 7 who disintegrates to 1, or possibly an ENFP 4 who integrates to 1.

    However, I would not doubt that your tritype includes 1, 4, and 7.
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  7. #26

    Quote Originally Posted by MBTI Enthusiast View Post
    An ENFP 1 would be very uncommon.

    It's most likely that you are an ENFP 7 who disintegrates to 1, or possibly an ENFP 4 who integrates to 1.

    However, I would not doubt that your tritype includes 1, 4, and 7.
    I am well aware of this. I know that an unhealthy 7 can test as a 1 for example. But I have always been a perfectionist. I can also be extremely disciplined and focused. I am also dryer than all the other ENFP's but I can still be playful though.

    Now I don't have the fears of the 7. Morals and values mean everything to me and I can't tell a lie. I dislike corruption. The corruption of love, an idea, a religion but also when we talk about bribery and so on.
    I can say that I am very confident but in a more humble way. I don't need recognition, I deal very well with criticism, I don't desire control, money or power and I almost dare to say that I have (almost) no ego.

    But I am also not afraid to make a fool out myself and be light when the situation demands for it.

    Thank you for your reply and kind regards.
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    So then would 5w4-3w4-4w5 make any sense? Because if I go by test results I took, that's what I'd be.

    EDIT: Nvm. This test says 6w7-4w3-1w2... ?

  9. #28

    Quote Originally Posted by Harpuia View Post
    So then would 5w4-3w4-4w5 make any sense? Because if I go by test results I took, that's what I'd be.
    No, you would be 5w4-3w4-(gut fix, highest out of 8,9,1). Depending on how close your 3 and 4 scores were, you might be 5w4-4w5-(gut fix).
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  10. #29

    Quote Originally Posted by timeless View Post
    As for Nine and Five, both are withdrawn types but they handle it different ways. For Five, the trigger for withdrawal is the lack of knowledge or preparedness. Since Five is a head type, they grapple with the fear of uncertainty. So when something is uncertain, they go back into their heads to work it out. Nines on the other hand are gut types and deal with anger; in this case, if they're put in a situation that amps up their aggressive impulses, they're more likely to go inside to seek inner peace than go out and fight.

    One contrast between Nine and Five is that nines are much less friendly to direct conflict. Fives, when they're well-prepared and knowledgeable, enter the growth state of eight and can become very aggressive, assertive and direct.
    This makes differentiating between these two types much easier. Thanks for sharing.

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    What about the Frustration/Acceptance/Rejection based triads?
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