INTP/ISTP? Or anything else? Please, help me find out. (Type Questionnaire answers)

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    INTP/ISTP? Or anything else? Please, help me find out. (Type Questionnaire answers)

    Hello, i'm trying to figure out if i am INTP or ISTP. I did lot of tests, but i'm still not sure.

    Also online cognitive functions tests didn't help, so i'm here. I hope you'll help me by sharing

    your thoughts about this:

    ((if i made a mistake in grammar, i'm sorry. english is my second language.))

    Questions: https://personalitycafe.com/whats-my-...tionnaire.html

    Answers:

    0.M, 17, my state of mind is alright now.
    It's noisy around me.

    1. https://www.flickr.com/photos/dwalli...6-20/lightbox/
    My opinion about this is just in a single words, no sentences. The color spectrum, end of the day,

    calmness, "depth," the unusual,

    2.I'm thinking about what happened with car, how and if we can repair it, where we approximately

    are, how far from people/city, i'm thinking if any other driver can help us, and how much time we

    have until the concert starts. Outward reactions: I will ask others about their ideas.

    3.Well, i feel ok, but i think i will have to keep an eye on driver. If i can, i will join the

    afterparty.

    4.My inward reaction? It depends on the thing we were walking about. And outwardly, it's the same.

    It depends on lot of aspects. But i think i will stay calm.

    5.I would change my opinion then.

    6.Values? Hmm, i really don't know. Intelligence is important for me. Also knowledge, freedom,

    experience, but also safety. I don't understand this question well.

    7.a) I have no idea. This is really difficult question. b)I would like to be more assertive.

    8.Well, they can help. When is something bad about to happen.

    9.a) Listening to music, playing football, riding motorcycle. Everything i am goot at.
    b) Everything i'm not good at, everyday routine, when i have to stay focused on something i'm not

    interested for a long time.

    10.It depends on what do you mean by "others". When i am around "others", i am more polite, quiet.





    Thank you for your answers in advance.
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    ISTP - The Mechanics


    I found it!

    I can't help you with your 'type', but I hope you keep searching.

    Also, please realize that your type is only a foundation. It is the beginning of personal and inter-personal wisdom, not the end.

    Have fun, make friends and learn!


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    INFP - The Idealists

    When you're arguing for a certain case, do you usually make arguments based on evidence that you are correct("we should do it this way because it has been demonstrated that it works") or based on the logical consistency of what you're defending("we should do it this way because it makes the most sense to do it this way.")
    When you're trying to understand a new piece of information, which of these ways sounds most like what you're doing?
    Do you look at the new piece of information in context(You see an image of a cougar for the first time, learn what it is called, what it looks like, all information available about it) and then place it in a more unified body of knowledge where it can then be applied to new contexts(member of family Felidae, subfamily Felinae)
    Or do you start by pulling it out of its original context by drawing connections between each available piece of information about it and information that you already know(in this way it is like a cheetah, in this way it is like a lion) until it comes together(as you learn about the cougar you are comparing it to other similar animals until it comes together that the cougar is connected to other cats in the Felidae family and then connected more closely with other cats in the Felinae subfamily)
    Or, in other words, do you find yourself relying upon new, present information more when you're learning and then having it naturally fit in with all your knowledge, or do you rely pretty heavily on your past experiences and everything you already know through the process of learning new things?
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    Quote Originally Posted by holysouljellyroll View Post
    When you're arguing for a certain case, do you usually make arguments based on evidence that you are correct("we should do it this way because it has been demonstrated that it works") or based on the logical consistency of what you're defending("we should do it this way because it makes the most sense to do it this way.")
    When you're trying to understand a new piece of information, which of these ways sounds most like what you're doing?
    Do you look at the new piece of information in context(You see an image of a cougar for the first time, learn what it is called, what it looks like, all information available about it) and then place it in a more unified body of knowledge where it can then be applied to new contexts(member of family Felidae, subfamily Felinae)
    Or do you start by pulling it out of its original context by drawing connections between each available piece of information about it and information that you already know(in this way it is like a cheetah, in this way it is like a lion) until it comes together(as you learn about the cougar you are comparing it to other similar animals until it comes together that the cougar is connected to other cats in the Felidae family and then connected more closely with other cats in the Felinae subfamily)
    Or, in other words, do you find yourself relying upon new, present information more when you're learning and then having it naturally fit in with all your knowledge, or do you rely pretty heavily on your past experiences and everything you already know through the process of learning new things?
    If it worked before, i will use it again. (evidence)
    If i'm arguing about thing i'm not 100% sure about, and don't have "evidences", i will use "logical consistency"

    The first way of understanding pieces of information.
    But i'm not sure. Kinda of both.

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    BTW. Thank you for your posts
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by MrFrenk View Post
    If it worked before, i will use it again. (evidence)
    If i'm arguing about thing i'm not 100% sure about, and don't have "evidences", i will use "logical consistency"

    The first way of understanding pieces of information.
    But i'm not sure. Kinda of both.
    I'm thinking ISTJ or maybe INTJ more than ITP... What made you think you're a perceiving type? Preferring to use evidence over logical consistency suggests Te(extroverted thinking, the function that TJ types use, while the TP types are using Ti). And the preference for the first style of understanding that I described suggests either Se/Ni or Ni/Se so that would mean Ni/Se if you're using Te(because there isn't a type that uses both Se and Te dominantly) unless I'm wrong about one of the two (which would mean that you're probably using Se and Ti, or that you're ISTP; or that you're using Si and Te, meaning that you're ISTJ)
    So, I'd say you should look up INTJ and ISTJ and see if you relate to them cause it seems to me like you're a Te type rather than Ti. But if you're thinking there's no way you're a judging type, then I'd type you as ISTP before INTP.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Also, I would say it's more likely that I was wrong about the Ni/Se thing because my descriptions of those processes were kind of convoluted and you did say that you will do something the same way if it worked before, which is suggestive of Si. So my first guess is ISTJ, followed by INTJ, then ISTP is my third choice.

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    I checked ISTJ/INTJ types, and about P/J, i'm sure i'm more perceiving type.
    I would like to answer better for your posts, but i'm not good at english, so i can't say it how i mean it.

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    I mean, if you are arguing with someone, and you have evidence, it's mostly probably win for you.
    I will use logical consistency if i can. But it depends on the situation. I'm thinking about it more, and I'm really not sure about it now.

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    I did lot of tests, i know i am I, T, P. But about N/S, i'm not sure..


     
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