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This is a discussion on Intuitive or Sensor within the What's my personality type? forums, part of the Personality Cafe category; Is there a way to test yourself if whether an intuitive or a sensor. From what I gather I shouldn't ...

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    Intuitive or Sensor

    Is there a way to test yourself if whether an intuitive or a sensor.

    From what I gather I shouldn't trust tests cause they could mess you up but with all the tests I have taken I was marked as a N
    Also from what I gathered N-types tend to talk about abstract concepts more if this is true then I could put under this group I can talk about abstract concepts for hours and debate about them
    N-types are bored of the physical world? I can agree to this there was even a point in my life I got depressed just because I found life boring and the ideals that I have are unattainable. I even complained that life itself was an ugly shade of gray.
    N-types are willing to sacrifice the present for the future? I can relate to this
    N-types would want to understand the skill before putting it to practical use while a S-type would want to know the practical use first and then learn it? Same here I tend to learn random things and use it whenever
    N-types are future-oriented. I always tend to look into the future? What I mean by that is even though there is a chance it won't happen I still do it anyways? I always tend to always look into the future and ignore whats happening now

    If all what I said is true above then I am an "N-type" if not I need a way to test myself that if I am an N or S
    I just need clarification.

    tl:dr Is there way to test yourself if you were a intuitive person or a sensor aside from 'seeing the big picture'

    PS: I am still learning MBTI so don't hate me



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    INFP - The Idealists

    What you described seem N. And this:
    N-types would want to understand the skill before putting it to practical use while a S-type would want to know the practical use first and then learn it? Same here I tend to learn random things and use it whenever
    is surely INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha64 View Post
    What you described seem N. And this: is surely INTP.
    Thanks but just for confirmation I took three photos from Flick:explore and here are my impressions.
    https://flic.kr/p/oj8KHf
    Wait is that bird with its body over water or glass with its mouth on the surface to make it look like two birds kissing...Oh wait never mind...The bird below looks weird XD

    https://flic.kr/p/okDxtk
    The birds look like they had an argument and reminds me of these kinds of moments:


    https://flic.kr/p/okRmNt
    Spooky tree and with the moon shining on it reminds me of Halloween
    Light source looks like coming from the moon behind a cloud and the ray of light coming from it directly hitting the tree looks like when you are on stage and when you have the spotlight on you or on those moments on tv when somebody dies and everything goes dark but there is light coming from somewhere and looks like they are gonna transcend or be taken by aliens.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Your descriptions from the last two photos have Si. So tertiary Si = INTP.
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    Thanks :)
    Oh just some questions
    1) Is there anyway to confirm your MBTI?
    2)You said that the last 2 photos contain Si does it contain ONLY Si or is my first photo Ne and the other two have some Ne sorry just want confirmation

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Xzcouter View Post
    Thanks :)
    Oh just some questions
    1) Is there anyway to confirm your MBTI?
    2)You said that the last 2 photos contain Si does it contain ONLY Si or is my first photo Ne and the other two have some Ne sorry just want confirmation
    1. Didn't understand your question. Are you talking about confirmation about my type or my theory about your type?

    2.The first one could be Ne (not sure) but the last two surely contains Si. You looked at the photos and associated them with something that you have seen in the past. Like this:
    The birds look like they had an argument and reminds me of these kinds of moments:
    Spooky tree and with the moon shining on it reminds me of Halloween

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    @Alpha64
    sorry I was talking about confirmation of my type
    sorry I wasnt clear enough
    Last edited by Xzcouter; 07-15-2014 at 03:01 PM.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Xzcouter View Post
    @Alpha64
    sorry I was talking about confirmation of my type
    sorry I wasn't clear enough
    It's complicated to explain but i will try:

    1. First i analyze the data that you provided about yourself.
    2. Using my Ne i generate multiple options and theories about your type.
    3. With Fi i cut down those options to the most likely.
    4. Si may kick in occasionally when i see some behavior in the description that i observed in the past (like some types have tendency to have some behaviors, so when i see similar attitude i may conclude (using Si) that the person is more X type.)
    5. Then i finish up by sharing my conclusions.

    And sorry if this wasn't what you asked.
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