What Is Your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)?

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What is your MBTI?
INTP 15%  15%  [ 94 ]
INTP 15%  15%  [ 94 ]
INFP 4%  4%  [ 23 ]
INFP 4%  4%  [ 23 ]
INTJ 18%  18%  [ 111 ]
INTJ 18%  18%  [ 111 ]
INFJ 5%  5%  [ 28 ]
INFJ 5%  5%  [ 28 ]
ENTP 1%  1%  [ 6 ]
ENTP 1%  1%  [ 6 ]
Other 8%  8%  [ 49 ]
Other 8%  8%  [ 49 ]
Total votes : 622

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28 May 2024, 4:35 pm

I was tested (MBTI-G) in 1990 8O but I believe the results then are still applicable to me.

INTJ

Points:

    E:  3 / I: 24
    S: 8 / N: 19
    T: 26 / F: 2
    J: 19 / P: 8


I don't see percentages on my test report.


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28 May 2024, 4:59 pm

INTx is winning. Does this tell me something about Autism?

Seems others have made the same observation.


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28 May 2024, 5:07 pm

funeralxempire wrote:
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Extravert(3%) iNtuitive(44%) Feeling(22%) Perceiving(69%)

You have marginal or no preference of Extraversion over Introversion (3%)
You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (44%)
You have slight preference of Feeling over Thinking (22%)
You have distinct preference of Perceiving over Judging (69%)


I've gotten INFP in the past, but it doesn't surprise me given that I'm essentially an omnivert.


16personalities gave me INTP: 57% Introverted, 81% Intuitive, 78% Thinking, 93% Prospecting, 57% Turbulent.

I think the basic take would be that I'm not really an introvert or an extravert and that I'm inconsistent when it comes to feeling vs. thinking, but fairly consistent when it comes to the other two categories.

I think the people who are reporting old results should take the test again because odds are they won't score exactly the same as they did before.


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28 May 2024, 7:20 pm

TheMyersBriggs.com - MBTI Type and Neurodiversity - Autism


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28 May 2024, 10:24 pm

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Report | MBTI® type and neurodiversity
Autism, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), Asperger’s syndrome
Autistic people may act in a different way to other people. They may find it hard to communicate and interact with other people and find it hard to understand how other people think or feel. Some may find things like bright lights or loud noises overwhelming, stressful, or uncomfortable, and get anxious or upset about unfamiliar situations and social events. Some can take longer to understand information while some do or think the same things over and over.

Autism represents a spectrum of different behaviors. For most people, not all these issues will apply, and those that do will differ in their impact. Autism is now often referred to as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) for this reason. The term Asperger's (or Asperger’s syndrome) was in the past used to describe autistic people with average or above average intelligence but poor social skills. In practice it was largely synonymous with the wording ‘high functioning autistic’, a phrase now considered outdated.

Some of the strengths of people with autism can include:
- A high degree of attention to detail, precision, and accuracy.
- Memorizing and learning information quickly and retaining this accurately.
- In-depth expertise and knowledge in specific areas.
- Logical thinking ability; methodical and analytical.
- Punctual, rule-following, dependable, reliable, honest.
- Able to focus for long periods of time when motivated.
- Creativity, with a different viewpoint and novel solutions.
- Thinking and learning in a visual way, good sense of direction.


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28 May 2024, 10:34 pm

It comes back to me now. INTJ except sometimes I come off as INTP.



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29 May 2024, 2:19 am

I used to be a very clear INTJ 10 years ago, but interestingly I’ve changed as I’ve got older, or changed how I answer tests.

I now come out as ISFJ and reading the description of this personality feel it fits me very well, even though the S and the F are only a slight preference (I and J moderate preference).



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29 May 2024, 12:29 pm

https://www.personalitycafe.com/threads ... es.207874/

INTP
“The Logician"
"The Thinker" or
“The Architect”

and

That quiet dude.

Who's that.

and

Whoa, where'd you come from


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